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Teaching assistants always have a long list of things we need to accomplish – and generally, too little time in which to do them. Here are some helpful hints on how to make the best of your classroom time while maintaining a realistic appro…
The University of Toronto library system offer resources and services to support TAs and CIs in delivering courses, and to help enhance students’ learning experience. Where to Start? Supporting students A good place to start as a new TA or …
Teaching tips courtesy of the TATP staff https://youtu.be/iZLUZgAndJEhttps://youtu.be/1CDvREVv9xEhttps://youtu.be/VnqXxnDQoHIhttps://youtu.be/dGQf1AaznAIhttps://youtu.be/kK92Kb4lT1Ahttps://youtu.be/6GkGMXOnOVAhttps://youtu.be/ahgSStqyGvshtt…
It is no secret that online classes differ from those with face-to-face instruction. Even the most well-designed and well-taught online courses will require students to develop a slightly different set of competencies. Students that thrive …
Students often arrive at the University of Toronto overwhelmed by the immensity and density of their course readings; teaching effective reading strategies is one way for TAs and CIs to promote healthy, active reading skills that can enhanc…
In the winter of 2015, the TATP committed to seeking out a better way of supporting students not familiar with the teaching context at U of T, while still highlighting the rich contributions they can make to teaching and learning at the Uni…
Teaching with Social Media Social media can be an effective pedagogical tool. Keep in mind that the University does not support social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. The University’s Policy on Informatio…
NOTE: Duties and responsibilities that must be reflected on the DDAH form are marked by * Roles and Responsibilities Review with your course TAs the Big Picture: what are the key learning objectives of the course? What are your goals and t…
Thank you for contacting the Teaching Assistants’ Training Program (TATP) to facilitate a training session for teaching assistants (TAs) in your department/unit/program. Departments with more than 15 TAs that require first-appointment train…
Information for Teaching Assistants Job training requirements and options for students and post-doctoral fellows working as Teaching Assistants at the University of Toronto. Information f…
This workshop will provide information to begin building a Quercus course. You will explore some of the key features and tools through demos and hands-on activities, and share pedagogically sound best practices on how to effectively use the…
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