Please join us in congratulating this year’s recipients of the Outstanding GSI (OGSI) Award.
There are many things to think about, find out, plan for, and organize as your teaching semester approaches. The Pre-semester Preparation chapter of the Online Teaching Guide for GSIs provides ways to pull them all together. We also recommend Must-See Policies and Resources for GSIs and Working as a GSI: Continue Reading >>
GSIs play an important role in demonstrating an ethic of care to students who are currently dealing with multiple sources of significant stress. The following resources provide specific steps GSIs can take to assist students and their learning leading up to and following the election: A blog post from the Continue Reading >>
Welcome, GSIs! The GSI Center has created materials specific to the needs of new and continuing GSIs who will be teaching remotely. After reviewing the checklists for Getting Started, head on over to the new GSI Remote Teaching Hub linked from this home page to get started. We also recommend Must-See Continue Reading >>
This checklist, produced and refined for remote instruction by your fellow GSIs, will help you prepare for your first teaching assignment, work well throughout the semester with faculty and peers, and lay the groundwork for engaging your students and addressing their needs.
For continuing GSIs, fundamentals about good teaching such as active learning, student inclusion, and providing timely and productive feedback on learning are in place. We now point you to a checklist and resources you can use as you prepare for translating those skills to the online environment.
Here you will find best practices for GSIs for remote teaching designed by your peers, guides on how to use bCourses and Zoom tailored to the needs of GSIs, resources for support and consultation, and campus policies. This site will be continually updated throughout the semester.
The GSI Center’s Workshops on Teaching for GSIs cover a wide variety of topics related to university teaching and the GSI experience. The purpose of the series is to offer GSIs, and other graduate students interested in teaching, opportunities for hands-on learning and practical discussion about pedagogy. To assist us Continue Reading >>
On the Keep Teaching website (Research, Teaching, and Learning Services), learn about effective strategies, resources, and best practices and keep apprised of campus policies.