Graduate Teaching Assistant
RESOURCES FOR UOFL GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTS
The Teaching Toolbox is a collection of resources, to support you in the development of your course, teaching practice, evaluation and teaching-related job materials, from beginning to end.
The PLAN is a framework for understanding and addressing the professional development needs of graduate students. Run by the Graduate School, PLAN helps students take charge of their own learning and development by offering opportunities and resources related to Professional Development, Life Skills, Academic Development, and Networking skills. PLAN is designed to help students in getting started, moving on through their program, and moving beyond graduate school.
Access and complete your FERPA and Sexual Harassment trainings here. Additionally, you can access information about the graduate assistant human resources on-boarding.
This handbook provides UofL GTAs with a general overview of resources to get started and serve as a useful reference. The handbook includes a checklist for getting started, GTA roles and responsibilities, resources for planning a course and the first day. Additional resources include information about assessing student learning, teaching strategies, creating a positive classroom environment, good practices for inclusive teaching, addressing potential student problems, legal and ethical consideration, UofL campus resources, useful template, and a teaching bibliography.
Access important policies related to graduate teaching assistant.