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Teaching Effectiveness Award for Graduate Student Instructors

Each year the Graduate Council's Advisory Committee for GSI Affairs and the GSI Teaching and Resource Center sponsor the Teaching Effectiveness Award (TEA). The TEA honors a small number of outstanding Graduate Student Instructors who have made a significant contribution to teaching and learning in their departments through their identification of and response to a problem that they have faced in their own classes, laboratories, and sections.

Graduate students who have received the Outstanding GSI Award in either of the two previous years are invited to submit an essay that describes a problem they have identified in teaching and learning, the teaching method, strategy, or idea they implemented to address the problem, and the means by which they addressed the effectiveness of the solution. If you would like to apply, please go to the TEA Guidelines page.

In reviewing submitted essays, the committee considers the nature of the problem identified, the appropriateness of the teaching solution, and the quality of evidence the GSI has gathered to determine the effectiveness of the solution.


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