Written for anyone who works with graduate students to support their teaching efforts in American research universities, this book draws on the extensive experience of professional educators who represent a variety of programs throughout the United States. They understand the common constraints of many TA development classes, workshops, and programs, as well as the need for motivating and sophisticated techniques that are, at the same time, practical and focused. Their contributions to this book have proven to be effective in developing the sophisticated communication skills required by TAs across the disciplines.
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(233mm x 157mm x 19mm)
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Author Biography - Catherine Ross
Catherine Ross is associate director of the Institute for Teaching and Learning and director of Teaching Assistant Programs at the University of Connecticut. Jane Dunphy is director of English Language Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.