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"I think one [reason it's hard to generalize about TAing in Linguistics] is that the classes are very varied, and so whoever you draw to be TA for is going to make very different kinds of requests." - A Faculty member on 'What is a TA's job?'
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For TAs
 
Handling the professor, your finances, and your time
A list of who's TAed what in past years
Contact people for help in life & teaching
All the administrative stuff that seems trivial until you have to figure out how to do it
Online tips about teaching
Evaluating your teaching & evaluating your evaluations
All the commonly TAed courses in our department, with handouts, tips, lecture notes
TAing advice, here and away
Stanford University lays down the law
The American Undergraduate Classroom demystified
Your students might ask you for help with life in general - here's where to point them
Information on preparing a teaching portfolio in linguistics
About University TA Awards and past recipients
   
For the Corpus TA
 
A corpus TA job description - formal and informal
Previous Corpus TAs
Resources for the Corpus TA
The Corpus TA page
   
For the Mentor TA
 
A mentor TA job description - formal and informal
Previous Mentor TAs
Help with designing the course
Turns out, professors here know a lot about teaching
About Marcelo, our friend and contact at CTL
   
For the Subject Pool TA
 
A Subject Pool TA job description - formal and informal
Previous Subject Pool TAs
   
For the Experimental Lab CA
 
An Experimental Lab CA job description - formal and informal
Previous Experimental Lab CAs
   
For the WIM CA
 
A WIM CA job description - formal and informal
Previous WIM CAs
Resources for the WIM CA
   


This work was funded by a seed grant from the Center for Teaching and Learning (Stanford University).


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