Teaching Position: CEP 260 TA Supervision and Teaching Consultation
Semesters Offered: Fall/Spring
Duties: CEP 260, Dynamics of Personal Adjustment examines various psychological theories of human adjustment and their implications for effective learning, self-development, and social interaction. The graduate assistant will be available to teaching assistants for consultation and assistance with the early phases of course planning. The graduate assistant will meet regularly with the teaching assistants for consultation and support in course design and instruction throughout the year. The graduate assistant will also assist the supervising faculty member with supervision, observation, and evaluation of teaching assistants.
Supervising Faculty: Evelyn Oka
Masters degree in school psychology or related field desirable
Experience teaching CEP 260 Dynamics of Personal Adjustment
Orientation and Training: The graduate assistant will be sent the course textbook and supplementary materials by mid-May. The supervising faculty will be available for consultation and orientation to the duties. Applicants are expected to have completed the University teaching assistant orientation which covers a broad range of topics related to effective college teaching and curriculum design.
Mentoring, Monitoring, and Evaluation: The Graduate Assistant will meet weekly or bi-weekly with the faculty supervisor. The Graduate Assistant is evaluated at least once each semester. Written and verbal feedback will be provided.