As a first step, be sure to speak directly with the faculty member in charge of your course (Instructor of Record) to ensure that the practices you adopt in teaching remotely are aligned with the instructor’s learning goals for the course. Step-by-Step Guide in Using Zoom to Lead Discussion Sections Have 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.
Vice Provost and Graduate Dean Lisa Garcia Bedolla addresses the most pressing questions GSIs have conveyed to us
Berkeley Academic Senate: Instruction FAQ for Instructors – Fall 2020
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 Academic Senate Coronavirus Resources
Tuesday, March 31Webinar RecordingWebinar Slides
Drop in via Zoom to speak with one of our peer Teaching Consultants in our virtual office hours on Tuesdays, 3-5 p.m. You can also schedule a virtual consultation in advance with one of our Teaching Consultants to speak about teaching this semester or in the summer sessions.
With the suspension of most in-person classes as of Tuesday, March 10th, instructors (including GSIs) have been advised to use alternative (remote) teaching modalities. For a step-by-step guide to using Zoom to lead discussion sections, click here. Be sure to speak directly with the faculty member in charge of your Continue Reading >>
Teaching consultants are available this semester via Zoom to assist GSIs with a variety of teaching-related matters from how to teach effectively, to how to assess whether what you are doing is helping your students in their learning, to strategizing solutions for problems that may come up in teaching. The Continue Reading >>