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In general, teaching laboratories and homeworks students can get vary tedious, however there is no limitation to how creative you can be when instructing, which makes the work all the more fun! You collaborate a lot with other teaching assistants to understand the students minds, and you learn what course of actions are needed to be taken during special cases (like when correcting homework/midterms). Overrall this job doesn't not have downs, it's a very positive and open work with a lot of communication at hand!
It was great working at the University of Ottawa as a TA. I learned a lot and had a lot of fun. -Helped a Professor teach a hybrid course (20% in class, 80% online) during the fall semester -Answered any questions students had via email -Marked assignments and projects -Gave participation marks to online discussion groups and for homework completion -Conversed with the Professor and told her how the students were doing on assignments and projects throughout the semester -Created tests and quizzes and vocabulary exercises for the Professor to give to the students
my typical day starts at a particular day depending on the schedule where i have to book a room for discussion groups and run the discussion groups. I have to help students answer questions and quiz them whenever a quiz is provided from the professor. What i've learned: Time management, The thought process behind Marking papers, use of Microsoft office to document grades and comments is very useful. The hardest part of the job is marking papers, as it's time consuming and one must be unbiased when marking the papers and must remember to treat all the students the same in terms of deducting marks. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping the students understand the course content and running the discussion group.
Good pay for the amount of hours you put in
Time consuming when taking classes as well
I enjoy working at the university of Ottawa, it helps me build new skills and learn new things in the civil engineering field. Working in the lab with the PHD students, and as part of the team I helped in the testing and with the analysis of data on different projects. I gathered and analysed information and provided feedback to the professor. I also helped in the translation from English to French of the course material for a new class.
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