As graduate instructors we are all inundated with training, instructional tips, and suggestions our first semester of teaching. Much of this information is then forgotten in the madness that is the first week of class. Flash forward a few weeks into the semester: we’ve already settled into a teaching rut, and are flailing about for new ideas to keep our students engaged. Fear not! You can break free from your instructional malaise using those very University of Wisconsin support services you may have forgot after the conclusion of your introductory training sessions.
Month: January 2016
Grad Student Guide to Campus Resources for Teaching
Over the course of the next few short videos you will be introduced to a small sampling of the excellent university teaching resources available to you as a graduate student and how you can use …
Introduction to LSS Handout
Missed out getting a copy of the LSS handout at TA orientation? Here’s where you go to discover all the great things we do here!