Teaching Resources

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Maintaining Your Teaching File

UA, GTA Teaching Checklist.pdf

 

GTA Teacher Training Materials

Developing Your Style: A Teaching Handbook for Philosophy Graduate Student Instructors

UA, Philosophy GTA Training Program, Overview

UA, GTA Mentoring Program

UA, GTA TRAINING PROGRAM, Session I.pdf

UA, GTA TRAINING PROGRAM, Session II.pdf

UA, GTA TRAINING PROGRAM, Session III.pdf

 

GTA Teaching Advisory Committee

UA, GTA Teaching Advisory Committee Procedures, Promulgated 2009-10.pdf

UA, GTA Comment Form.pdf

 

GTA Teaching Awards

UA, Departmental Teaching Award.pdf

SBS Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award

 

Sample Syllabi

 

Sample Handouts

Victor Caston, Writing Guidelines

Victor Caston, Plagiarism

Victor Caston, Grading Standards

Rachana Kamtekar, Writing Guidelines

Connie Rosati, How to Read Philosophy

Connie Rosati, How to Write a Philosophy Paper

Connie Rosati, A Writing Checklist

Justin Tosi, Plagiarism Handout

Justin Tosi, Academic Dishonesty Quiz (with sample results)

 

Sample Grading Shortcuts 

Connie Rosati, Grading Checklist (geared to my paper writing handout & checklist)

 

University Resources

OIA--Office of Instruction and Assessment

Learning Technologies Center

UA Syllabus Requirements D2L

D2L   (email: Rachel Aguilar)

UA Library Services

UAccess

UA Catalog

TCE--Teacher Course Evaluation

Discrimination and Sexual Harassment

Writing Skills Improvement Program

Disability Resources Center

SALT

SALT, Resources and Handouts

Counseling and Psychological Services

UA, Academic Integrity

 

External Resources

Michael Huemer, "Student Evaluations:  A Critical Review" 

Jim Pryor, Writing Guideline

Jim Pryor, Reading Guideline

Jeff McLaughlin, Reading and Writing Guidelines

Peter Horbin, Writing a Philosophy Paper

 

 

 

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