While graduate assistants are valued as labour savers, they are also a precious resource whose preprofessional training needs careful design. Written by two leading authorities in the field of instructional development, this indispensable guide details the skills necessary for academics dealing with graduate assistants. The authors provide comprehensive coverage of all aspects of assistant preparation and assessment, and a chapter addressing special needs of international graduate assistants is included.
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Table of Contents
Understanding the Challenges of Working with Graduate Teaching Assistants and Graduate Research AssistantsEstablishing Supervisory Relationships with Graduate Teaching Assistants and Graduate Research Assistants Recognizing and Adapting to Stages of Development of Graduate Teaching Assistants' and Graduate Research Assistants' DevelopmentPreparing Graduate Teaching Assistants for Special Challenges in TeachingPreparing Graduate Teaching Assistants for Their Specific Instructional RolesPreparing Graduate Research Assistants for Their ResponsibilitiesAddressing Special Considerations when Working with International Teaching Assistants - Gabriele BauerAssessing the Performance of Graduate Teaching Assistants and Graduate Research AssistantsDesigning a Plan of ActionSelected References Useful to Supervisors of Graduate Teaching Assistants and Graduate Research Assistants