This document is a job aid to assist TAs with supporting students who may be in the following situations. For each situation, required or recommended actions are specified.
Flowcharts outlining faculty peer-evaluation processes
A guide on how to use the strategic questioning process and strategic questions, with sample questions for each step of the process, for class discussions that may become challenging because they touch on personal or social change.
Let’s look at some common myths about PRT and explore the realities behind those myths.
Examples of how residential experiences may be planned, and a list of considerations for instructors who will be teaching residential experiences—meaning that they will teach students in person in a physical classroom at least part of the time during the semester and following university and departmental guidelines for physical distancing.
An explanation of how to facilitate an in-class active learning technique using a guest speaker, either live or recorded, for any size class.
Sample grading rubric an instructor can use to assess students’ work on short essay questions.
This document introduces some options for developing and administering online assessments.
Considerations for administering exams online as open-book or take-home exams.
The 3 design categories, or levels, over which instructors have control to minimize cheating on exams and other assessments, with example for each category.