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 The TATP Peer Review sessions are interactive workshops designed to help you elevate your course design skills. This hands-on session encourages you to review and discuss your peers' course materials, providing constructive feedback and re…
Effective communities are both aspirational and practical. In particular, learning communities provide a space and a structure for people to align around a shared goal. They connect people, organizations, and systems that are eager to learn…
Each OnlineMicroteaching session will involve 5 graduate student participants and 2 TATPfacilitators. Participants will take turns acting as instructors by takingtheir students (i.e., other participants and TATP facilitators) through a 10(t…
The purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to foundational concepts and vocabulary of EDI work, make connections to why these matter in teaching and learning contexts, and identify actionable strategies to foster more inclusi…
Please note that these sessions can be counted towards Job training, but not towards any TATP Certificates.  Nevertheless, anyone is welcome to participate in the event.   This is a 2-hour webinar for first-appointment TAs. This session wil…
As a staff member and representative of a course, you are also a representative of the course instructor’s policies. You are part of a teaching team, and it is important you and the instructor are in good communication regarding course and …
It is common for graduate student course instructors and teaching assistants to be asked to write reference letters for students. Enthusiastically supportive documents are typically a valuable part of any application package. This tip sheet…
Assessment writing can be a very difficult thing. Many times we have certain expectations and presumptions about our assessments. Moreover, there seems to be a multitude of ways to create and administer an assessment. This resource is aimed…
Multimedia Learning Principles and Tips Multimedia: Use words and pictures rather than just words Pre-training: Describe names and characteristics of key elements before lesson Coherence: Remove excess material Signaling: Highlight essentia…
Academic integrity (AI) underpins teaching and learning at U of T. Honesty and fairness are fundamental values shared by the entire University community. Intellectual honesty can only be achieved when students appropriately acknowledge sour…
Understanding your responsibilities regarding University of Toronto policies The University has developed a variety of policies intended to protect both you and your students. This page highlights some of the key policies that relate to the…
When you are preparing to facilitate a tutorial or lab/practical, make sure to speak with the course instructor (CI) about their course and tutorial expectations, policies and schedule. The following will help guide you while planning and p…
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