Before you can teach, you will need to complete our Introduction to Teaching and Learning course. This allows you to acquire the knowledge and skills to establish yourself as a confident, enthusiastic and effective teacher and is an induction into Higher Education teaching and into working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at York. Led by Academic … Continue reading Planning to teach this academic year?
The Programme Design and Learning Technology team and the Academic Practice team are pleased to invite teaching staff and PGRs intending to teach next year to a series of July webinars. These aim to supplement the Blended Learning Design and Delivery VLE resource. The teaching/facilitation section of the resource focuses on supporting inclusive learning communities … Continue reading GTAs: Blended Learning Design and Delivery webinars
The Programme Design and Learning Technology and Academic Practice teams have updated their support for integrating in-person and online teaching and learning. The Blended Learning Design and Delivery resource is available on the VLE. GTAs on contracts should be able to self-enrol. If you find you are unable to do so then please submit a request … Continue reading GTAs: New blended learning design and delivery resource available
If you want to teach as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, then you need to have completed the Introduction to Teaching and Learning course. Academic Practice is running 2021/22 workshops from mid-September. Sign up for Introduction to Teaching and Learning training.
Teaching opportunities are currently being advertised for Management, Law and the Department of Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media, with application deadlines at the end of July. If you want to teach as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at York, then you need to have completed the Introduction to Teaching and Learning course. See all current … Continue reading Current teaching opportunities
Academic Practice have added two extra dates for the Introduction to Teaching and Learning training. This training is mandatory for teaching as a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) but you only need to complete it once (shown on your Skillsforge record). 1. Facilitating Seminars and Discussion-Based Teaching: Thursday 1 July 9.30-11 with two weeks advance self-study. … Continue reading Introduction to Teaching and Learning: new sessions added July
Do you fancy trying out a new online assessment platform? The Digital Assessment and Feedback project team are looking for volunteer GTAs to test the usability of the marking tools in Wiseflow, a new assessment platform. Some previous marking experience of any kind would be useful but it is not essential. The total time commitment … Continue reading Markers needed to test usability of a new online assessment platform
New teaching opportunities are advertised on the York Graduate Research School web pages. The Department of Language and Linguistic Science and the Department of History are looking to recruit Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) for the 2021/22 academic year. Application deadlines are Tuesday 15 June and Friday 25 June respectively. If you want to teach as … Continue reading New teaching opportunities for 2021-22
Sign up for this six-hour workshop for an induction into Higher Education teaching and into working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at York. There are four different Introduction to Teaching and Learning workshops: you should sign up for the one most relevant to your teaching responsibilities, on which your department will guide you. Facilitating seminars and discussion-based learning … Continue reading Introduction to Teaching and Learning training – Summer Term
The University of York’s Access and Outreach team and Academic Support Office are looking to recruit a number of postgraduate students to support the delivery of various online outreach activities for post-16 students for the summer of 2021. All opportunities are designed to support students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in Higher Education to reach … Continue reading Access and Outreach teaching opportunities