Teaching Assistants’ Training Program

  • How to Use Images in Slides Effectively

    David Chang, Department of Psychology and TATP Science Trainer, offers some quick tips on effective ways to use images in your slides. Watch more TATP Shorts on a variety of […]

  • Think-Pair-Share with the TATP

    The Teaching Assistants’ Training Program has a new TATP Short to share. Enjoy! This one, on Think-Pair-Share, is presented by Darius Rackus, Department of Chemistry, TATP Science Trainer. You can […]

  • Ramping up for the new school year

    Registration for this year’s Back-to-School Series is now open. A complete list of workshop titles and descriptions is available online. This year, we have a new featured event – a […]

  • 2012 TATP Teaching Excellence Award Winners

    Congratulations to the following U of T teaching assistants, winners of this year’s award: Emily Holland, Department of Anthropology Stefana Gargova, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures Sara Osenton, Department […]

  • TATP Teaching Excellence Award – the Shortlist

    It is with great pleasure (and excitement) that we can announce this year’s short list candidates for the 2012 TATP Teaching Excellence Award: Abdul Abyab, Department of Mathematics & Computational […]

  • Reflections on the TA Teaching Excellence Award

    For the past eight years, I have had the distinct pleasure of coordinating the Teaching Assistants’ Training Program Teaching Excellence Award. It is always inspiring to read students’ testimonials about […]

  • Narratives and teaching

    Robin Sutherland-Harris and I were co-facilitators of a TATP workshop today.  The workshop challenged TAs to convey a narrative (or a story) in a lesson for their students.  One of […]

  • Evaluating participation

    Evaluating student participation in tutorials or seminars can be a challenge for everyone from first time TAs to experienced instructors. Recently, I came across an interesting suggestion posted on the […]

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