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I have had two teaching assistant jobs and so far it has been quite a pleasant experience. The workshops held by TLSS are also a good way to learn about being a TA outside the work experience itself. Overall it is a satisfying learning experience.
I really like my job, I could learn many useful things from my professor and improve my collaborative skills and also I learnt how to teach and correct paper sheets of students and i twas an amusing experience.
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The work is flexible and interesting, and the student union prevents things from going too far south if you're a graduate Teaching Assistant. However, it is almost a guarantee that you will be asked/coerced into doing unpaid overtime.
Working as an RA at U of O is a wonderful opportunity for a student. The work schedules are flexible, and your education becomes the top priority. Lots of opportunity for networking and building a foundation of transferrable skills.
Typical day including attending classes, working with students, answering emails from students and working alongside the course professor. I found the workload was reasonable but it can be difficult when extensive marking must be done.
Good institution with lots of nice programs, learned alot with my classes. I enjoy learning and teaching the new students in lab, I have the aptitude to teach. The hardest part of the job was trying to troubleshoot some of the more complicated parts of chemistry which do not work. But all in all it was a very easy job and very fulfilling.
Reflects the diversity of Canadian culture. Bilingual and welcoming. The job is fairly doable, work ethic is great. Lots of holidays. Hardest part of the job is marking students' papers.
Well paid. Employee and grad students get free counseling.
Free speech is not much accepted I am afraid
I started working as a teaching assistant for java developer at university of ottawa in December 2015. It was a great experience for me as i feel the best way to learn a skill is to teach a skill. My job as teaching assistant included conducting weekly Java programming lab for first year undergraduate students and Grading programming assignments and midterms. I felt that my skills in java gradually improved a lot while teaching because the more problems you encouter, the more you learn. Overall i would say that University of Ottawa provided me a great platform to enchance my skills as a software Developer.