GTA-PD Assessment: Marking & Grading Workshop

As a graduate student at uLethbridge, you are invited to participate in the Graduate Teaching Assistant Professional Development (GTA PD) program offered to all graduate students by the Teaching Centre.

Participation in the GTA PD Program and attendance at other Teaching Centre events provides you with an opportunity for professional development as well as formal recognition of participation for your CV. Students who participate in Teaching Centre Graduate Student Professional Development workshops are eligible to receive a “Certificate of Participation” documenting their hours of completed participation in the program. Attendance at other Teaching Centre events (such as the Talking About Teaching seminars) is also recognized. This certificate can be a valuable addition to a graduate student’s curriculum vitae when applying for academic positions, doctoral programs and post-doctoral placements.

Please plan to attend one of these valuable sessions offered as part of the GTA PD Program for the Fall term:

Assessment: Marking & Grading

This hands-on workshop will help participants develop skills necessary to effectively deal with marking and grading of student work. Workshop activities address creating and understanding scoring guides and rubrics, and their practical application to samples of student work.

Tuesday, September 26, 2:00 - 4:00 pm

L 1126, Teaching Centre Seminar Room, LINC (Library) Building - 11th floor

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For complete information about all of the Teaching Centre events and services, visit: ulethbridge.ca/teachingcentre.

If you have any questions about the Graduate Teaching Assistant Professional Development program, do not hesitate to contact the Teaching Centre at anytime.

Doug Orr
Teaching Development Coordinator
University of Lethbridge Teaching Centre
(403) 332-4063 (office)
doug.orr@uleth.ca

 

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