Programs for Graduate Students
The Center for Engaged Teaching (CET) offers several programs for UC San Diego graduate students as described below.
As the CET grows, additional programs will be developed. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have requests or ideas that should be considered.
The ELP-ii screens graduate students who have been proposed to work as teaching assistants for English language speaking abilities in supportof the UC San Diego Graduate Division policy (in compliance with Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 41). The program also offers a language course to assist international students proposed as TAs in meeting that requirement. Learn more.
At this annual orientation for new Instructional Assistants (IAs) in fall quarter, new IA's participate in presentations and discussions about how to be a successful IA, with opportunities to meet and hear from graduate students, faculty and staff from across campus who are ready to support new IAs as they face the challenges of helping students learn.
2016 orientation is scheduled for
Wednesday, September 21
Price Center West Ballroom
The term Instructional Assistant includes Teaching Asstistant (TA) and Graduate Student Instructional Apprentice.
The Center for Engaged Teaching invites you to attend weekly workshops for educators offered throughout year. Please visit the Events page for a complete schedule. All UC San Diego educators are invited to attend. Contact Jace Hargis (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to join us or have questions.
In addition to workshops held on campus, we recommend participating in online courses offered through the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) Network. A list of upcoming workshops, with registration information, is available here.