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It is vital that you foster a climate of tolerance, respect and personal safety in your tutorial. In the Statement of Institutional Purpose, the University of Toronto affirms its dedication “to fostering an academic community in which …
The Accessibility Context at U of T The University of Toronto is home to a very diverse student population of over 76,000 undergraduate students. Many of these students may face barriers to full participation in elements of university life.…
What Does It Mean to Facilitate for Equity? Facilitating for equity means that we pay attention to historic and contemporary experiences of marginalization and how they manifest in our classrooms, and we work to actively combat patterns whe…
As TAs, the task of preparing students to write examinations often falls on our shoulders. Preparing a successful exam review takes time and preparation on your part. You should view exam preparation as a process with several steps. Below a…
Representation Matters Why is representation important? Representation refers to the basic idea that if students see people like them reflected in course materials, they are more likely to identify with and be able to imagine themselves as …
Register for the E-Orientation Program by following this self-enrollment link Welcome! This asynchronous orientation program and resources hub is designed for international graduate students, especially those who are interested in teaching …
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Developing and Managing an Effective Teaching Team Whether this is your first time as a graduate student Course Instructor working with one or more Teaching Assistants or you would like to revisit your process, this section offers considera…
This guide is not an exhaustive anthology of everything that you need to know about teaching. Rather, it takes you on a holistic tour of how to plan and run a class from start to finish complemented by helpful teaching resources. These reso…
NOTE: Duties and responsibilities that must be reflected on the DDAH form are marked by * Course Overview & Initial Tasks Before You Meet Your TAs What are the course learning outcomes? Who are the students (background with subject, le…
What is a Community Agreement? A community agreement (also known as a group contract, a learning agreement, or a classroom agreement) is a shared agreement between learners about how we want to work together over the course of our time toge…
When Drafting Your Questions Consider a specific teaching context you are familiar with from your discipline: e.g. a course you have taught or TAed before. Here is a useful activity you can use to begin drafting questions for student feedba…
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