Consider Teaching Tasks and Workload
As you determine what is needed for your course, keep in mind how your team can support you. You may first decide what portion of your course is asynchronous and what portion is synchronous, and how TAs can support one or both of those parts of your course.
- Ask your TAs how they prefer to support your course, learning about their strengths, and using those strengths to best support you, your course, and your students.
- TA Guide
- TA CD Relationship Questionnaire – This is a questionnaire that you and your TA fill out simultaneously and then use to start a conversation about their role and responsibilities.
- TA CD Relationship Answers – suggestions of questions for the TA to ask corresponding to each of the topics in the above questionnaire.
- Consider using Groups in your Moodle course to embed activities that normally would be included in a separate tutorial, lab, or studio. Then, your TAs can assist in facilitating these activities and providing feedback for learning.
- Your TAs can assist with responding to questions in the Q&A forum, and/or offer office hours.
- Be sure to provide your TAs with the necessary training and resources needed to facilitate a tutorial, lab, or studio session.
- Provide an explicit rationale about how their work complements your course.
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