Introduction to Teaching and Learning training is open for September and Semester 1 booking. If you’re planning to teach as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at York, you need to complete this training (once only). Please go to the Introduction to Teaching and Learning page for all details about the training and how to book.
If you want to teach as a GTA, book now onto the Introduction to Teaching and Learning training. It covers key aspects of HE teaching and learning, such as marking and planning your teaching, and will help build your confidence to teach as a GTA. The training comprises: 4-hour self-study component (to complete before the workshop) and 2-hour in-person workshop. Go … Continue reading Introduction to Teaching and Learning Training: booking now
If you want to teach as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at York then you need to complete the Introduction to Teaching and Learning workshop. We’ve added a new date for training to teach as a GTA: Introduction to Teaching and Learning: Facilitating Seminars Thursday 25 May 2023 10am-12pm NOTE: Bookings close two weeks before each … Continue reading Introduction to Teaching and Learning: new date added
The Data Science Working Group are seeking a Graduate Teaching Assistant to both organise the 2023 Data Discoveries event and to collate existing resources into a single repository. The position is scoped as 7.5 hours a week for 15 weeks but the exact working pattern is flexible. Application deadline: Monday 20 March 2023 Find out … Continue reading GTA role: Data Discoveries event organiser and resource coordinator
The Department of Sociology is holding a recruitment event for any PGRs at York interested in being a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) in the next academic year. GTA Teaching in SociologyTuesday 18 AprilLMB002A2-4pm Come along to find out more about vacancies, meet current GTAs, find out how to apply and ask any questions. Questions about … Continue reading Want to teach in Sociology?
The Centre for Lifelong Learning is planning its 2023/24 programme and would welcome the opportunity to work with members of departments, and in particular postgraduates, to develop new course ideas and teaching opportunities. Previous teaching experience within higher education is required. The Centre provides an extensive programme of open-access evening and day courses which attracts … Continue reading Work with the Centre for Lifelong Learning
Postgraduate Pedagogies is an online open-access journal devoted to articulating and sharing the perspectives of graduate teaching assistants (GTAs). They publish texts that convey the experiences, reflections, and analyses of current and recent graduate teaching assistants, those who work with GTAs, and those who support them. The journal is holding a competition to design the … Continue reading Postgraduate Pedagogies Journal: Call for artwork
The Academic Practice Team is currently reviewing GTA support, training, and professional development at either University wide, faculty, or departmental level. We would therefore be grateful if all PGRs interested in teaching and learning in Higher Education would complete this survey to support us in this review. The survey is anonymous. Question in the survey relate to: … Continue reading GTA Training Needs Survey: tell us about your training needs
We are advertising for Graduate Teaching Assistants for the Maths Skills Centre with no fixed deadline. If we have applications and no vacancy, we will hold your application on file until a position becomes available. For more information and to apply, go to the Current teaching opportunities page. Any questions please email email@example.com.
Applications are open for University of York PGRs interested in being a GTA in the Sociology department for the next academic year. They’re looking for GTAs to facilitate seminars on their preferred module from any of the four first-year undergraduate modules: Cultivating a Sociological Imagination; Sociology of Crime and Deviance; Introduction to Sociological Theory; Introducing Social Psychology. They can … Continue reading Teaching in Sociology