Event Date & Time
Please note, this session is part of the CTLT Teaching Assistant Institute. From September 10-16, the CTLT TA Institute includes a collection of workshops designed to support TAs as their roles change along with the move to online fall courses. Visit the TA Institute website for a complete list of sessions. Click “Register Now” to register for this event. This event will be hosted online on Zoom.
Refresh your perspective on what it means to have a “discussion” online. In this session, we’ll explore the role of online discussions in supporting students’ learning, and discover some best practices and useful tools we can use as TAs to lead effective online discussions in synchronous and asynchronous formats.
- Sophie MacDonald, PhD student, Mathematics and CTLT Facilitator
- Jacob Goldowitz, PhD candidate (History) and CTLT Facilitator
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The Zoom video conferencing link will be provided prior to the event to all who are confirmed to participate. Please ensure you have a quiet space and a computer with a webcam and earphones/buds.