Do you want to improve your TAing skills?
Learn to improve your TAing techniques and confidence at our revised and enhanced one day Graduate Teaching Workshop!
The Tomlinson Project in University-Level Science Education (T-PULSE) will offer its next Graduate Teaching Workshops for science graduate students Thursday January 17, 2019 Downtown Campus and Monday, January 28, 2019, MacDonald Campus.
This workshop will provide tools to help you become an excellent TA by offering a practical introduction to science education to complement your discipline knowledge. Using the literature of science education, we will explore efficient ways of teaching that are based on empirical evidence and that can be used to foster significant and enjoyable learning in your lab or classroom.
Who should attend?
Faculty of Science graduate students, especially those who are TAing for the first time or considering careers in academia. Students from other faculties are welcome as well as the workshop is designed for all graduate students and is especially relevant to those who are TAing.
The workshop will enable you to make the most of your TAing experience to develop organizational & facilitation skills to promote student learning.
Note: Counts toward required AGSEM TA training.
Who facilitates the workshops?
T-PULSE workshops are facilitated by Tomlinson Graduate Teaching Fellows, who are graduate students in the Faculty of Science, committed to improving the quality of the teaching and learning of science at McGill.
We are continuously considering applications for new fellows. Normally our Graduate Teaching Fellows are chosen from interested students who have attended our Graduate Teaching Workshop. Click here to apply:
How much does it cost?
The workshop is free!
How do I register?
Registration is now open for the January 2019 workshop. Register here.