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Graduate Teaching Assistants


Events

Introduction to Teaching for Graduate Teaching Assistants

Tuesday 29th August 2017 or Wednesday 30th August 2017

Facilitators: Prof Anne Jordan & Dr Michael Wride

This day long workshop is for Graduate Teaching Assistants new to the role.  There are two sessions, Introduction to Teaching and Supporting Assessment and Feedback.

Registration is now closed for this event.


Teaching and Supporting Learning Module

CAPSL is pleased to announce a new online module in teaching and supporting learning for graduate teaching assistants is now being piloted and will be available in August 2018.


Resources

In at the Deep End - Starting to Teaching in Higher Education

Part 1 (PDF 2.92MB) For optimum reading, please save the pdf, then open in adobe, reduce to 100%, go to view, rotate view, counterclockwise.

Part 2 (PDF 9.58MB) For optimum reading, please save the pdf, then open in adobe, reduce to 100%, go to view, rotate view, counterclockwise.


New to Teaching Toolkit

The HEA has online New to Teaching Toolkits for those starting out on, or returning to, a higher education teaching career. A list of these toolkits are below.

The New to Teaching Toolkit contains guidance, literature and exercises in the areas of assessment, feedback, large and small group teaching, as well as developing and working with open educational resources (OER).

It draws on the experiences of new and experienced academic staff from across the disciplines and their reflections on the challenges and opportunities of teaching in higher education in the UK.

In a series of videos, colleagues consider what has worked for them in the classroom and what may work for others. The toolkit also contains information that you can work through at your own pace.

It will be updated with new resources as they become available.


Useful Links to support postgraduate teaching and research