Graduate Teaching Assistantship (My Body/My Health)
One ten-hour Teaching Assistantship (TA) with PUBHLT My Body/My Health. This is a 100-level class mainly consisting of freshman and sophomores. Primarily the position will be teaching/facilitating on Friday two 50-minute classes (about 25-30 student per class) and attend a TA weekly meeting on Wednesdays. The TA meeting will be for about an hour a week -- every Wednesday from noon to 1 pm. The classes are discussions where you facilitate different health topics. The discussion sessions are all planned and your job is to facilitate. Other responsibilities include correcting homework, answering emails from your students, occasionally giving students extra help, and/or special projects.
MOODLE is the new class website for PUB HLTH 160. It is a very easy website to navigate. It is vital that during the first few TA meetings you get a good grasp of the website because this is where you will spend time grading and viewing the students’ assignments. Email is a very key part of this class. It is important that you are available to your students and that you are punctual with answering your email. You must emphasize your email address to your students so that they can use it to contact you. The head TA also needs your email address to post up on the MOODLE website so it is easily accessible to students.
Please send cover letter and resume to Dr. Dan Gerber.
Graduate Teaching Assistantships
Teaching Assistants needed for Public Health 494CI—Undergraduate Capstone course. Work closely with faculty in a Team-Based Learning classroom to support students in the Integrative Experience in Public Health. Students will be responsible for assisting with course plans including facilitating at least one classroom lecture/discussion, creating classroom assignments, and grading student work. Students will work as a team with instructor, undergraduate TAs and other TAs for the course. Attendance at each class and weekly team meetings are a requirement of the position. Strong facilitation skills required. Knowledge of core public health areas required. Position is available for spring 2015. Teaching experience and classroom management skills preferred. Must have one of the following times available:
M/W: 4:00pm -5:15pm
Please send cover letter and resume to Dr. Gloria DiFulvio. Indicate the course times that match your schedule. This is a 10-hour assistantship for one semester. Review of resumes will begin November 19th.