Profile of the GTA development program at the University of Maine
Profile of the GTA development programs at Bowling Green State University and the University of South Carolina
Profile of Duke University's GTA development program.
Profile of the University of Michigan's GTA development program
Sample schedule for Michigan's intensive, week-long teaching institute for graduate teaching assistants and postdocs who are new instructors in the calculus sequence.
This document is a syllabus for our graduate level College Teaching of Mathematics course.
Syllabus and course schedule for semester-long course for new graduate student instructors in the University of California-Berkeley Department of Mathematics. This syllabus and schedule was created and used in the mid-1990s through 2000.
This seminar, which meets once per week, is offered for Mathematical Sciences graduate students at Clemson who are non-native English speakers. The objective of this course is to help non-native English speakers improve their conversational English in fluidity of speech, proper use of grammar (verb tense, prepositions, etc.), advance use of vocabulary, and ease of speaking on a variety of topics. The ultimate objective is to prepare non-native English speakers to become confident and effective communicators in English in order that they may be effective instructors in the classroom.
This is a syllabus for a 1 credit course that provides professional development and support for graduate students teaching Calculus II with the goal of helping them be effective teachers.
Course Syllabus for Math 9000-230, a 1 credit professional development course taken by the teaching assistants for Clemson's introductory statistics course. Teaching assistants in this course are responsible for running the weekly statistics labs. The course includes discussion on lab assignments, grading practices, and best practices in teaching statistics.