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First Day to Final Grade, Third Edition

A Graduate Student's Guide to Teaching
Third Edition
Anne Curzan and Lisa Damour

Description

The third edition of First Day to Final Grade: A Graduate Student's Guide to Teaching is designed to help new graduate student teaching assistants navigate the challenges of teaching undergraduates. Both a quick reference tool and a fluid read, the book focuses on the “how tos” of teaching, such as setting up a lesson plan, running a discussion, and grading, as well as issues specific to the teaching assistant’s unique role as both student and teacher.

This new edition incorporates newer teaching and learning pedagogy. The book has been updated to reflect the role of technology both inside and outside the classroom. In addition, a new chapter has been added that discusses successfully transitioning from being a teaching assistant to being hired as a full-time instructor.

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  • 272 pages.
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  • 2020
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  • 978-0-472-12380-3

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Keywords

  • teaching assistants, graduate student instructors, second language pedagogy, technology in the classroom, lesson plans, grading, syllabus, time management, leading a discussion, class participation, designing student assignments, office hours, plagiarism, cheating, teaching portfolio, teaching philosophy, letters of recommendation, student attendance, exams, student feedback, final grades, job interviews, lab reports, mental health issues, problem sets

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