Resources for all GAs/TAs
CIDR Program, University of Washington offers a range of teaching topics, including preparing to teach, understanding your students, engaging students in learning, teaching different types of classes, and assessing and improving your teaching.
University of Virginia Teaching Resource Center presents "Teaching Tips" on cooperative learning, engaging students, grading, cheating, problem solving, using technology, creating teaching portfolios, and much more.
Honolulu Community College Faculty Development provides a comprehensive index of teaching and learning issues. Each category in the index contains a list of related teaching ideas; each teaching idea takes you to a concise and useful list of strategies that you can apply in your teaching.
Center for Academic Excellence, Portland State University created a list of Ten Tips for Working Through Challenges with Senior Colleagues. To view a pdf version of this list, please click here.
Books and Publications:
First Day to Final Grade: A Graduate Student's Guide to Teaching, 2000, by Anne Curzan and Lisa Damour (CAE Library)
University Teaching: A Guide for Graduate Students 1996 by Leo M. Lambert, Stacey Lane Tice and Patricia H. Featherstone (CAE Library)
University Teaching: A Reference Guide for Graduate Students and Faculty, 2005, Stacey Lane Tice, Nicholas Jackson, Leo Lambert and Peter Englot (Eds). (CAE Library)