Graduate teaching assistants
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- email@example.com (Design Eng)
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Training programme for Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA)
The training programme for new and existing Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) covers the basics of teaching and learning, small-group teaching (e.g. tutorials, problem classes, labs) and assessment and feedback.
The programme will count as 'one professional skill course' towards the Graduate School's compulsory attendance requirement. Find out more about the attendance requirement.
This year's training will consist of one compulsory half day workshop.
What are the benefits?
Benefits of the GTA training programme include:
- skills and knowledge in the areas of practical and small-group teaching, in which aspects of preparation, student learning and motivation, and assessment and feedback are considered
- access to teaching specialists to help support your teaching
- awareness of resources
Who is eligible for the programme?
GTA training is open to PhD students who are registered in their department until (at least) April 2018.
You will be able to access a wide range of teaching on learning matters once you are enrolled on the training.
Training for 2018/19 intake will be announced soon.