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Resources for TAs
Download a copy of our 120-page booklet, Getting Started as a Teaching Assistant (PDF, 307 Kb).
Additional scenarios that you may wish to consider can be found at the links below. Please note that 'solutions' to each have not been provided - we would encourage you to reflect on what you might do in each case.
- What do I do Now? Laboratory Tales from Teaching Assistants 2003 - 2012 is an excellent source of real-life examples of laboratory TA experiences;
- Chapter 5 of Chris Anson's book, Scenarios for Teaching Writing: Contexts for Discussion and Reflective Practice, offers some useful scenarios along with some reflective questions to consider. A copy of this book can be found in the Rush Rhees Library.