Excellent academic environment to grow professionally
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 May 2018
Working as a teaching assistant, I have been able to gain many resources to facilitate others learning Spanish as a second or third language. The method we follow produces third-year students who can hold a conversation and understand or write a more complex speech. Sometimes the workload is significant for everyone, but as everything is well suited for students and teachers, the learning process gets achieved.
Teaching assistant (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 18 November 2017
This was a good job for a graduate student. The work was relatively helpful in my learning certain topics that were germane to my dissertation project. It was nice to work with students and guide them through complex works of political philosophy.
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 12 May 2017
Main tasks include tutorial teaching, invigilating exams, marking exams and holding office hours. It is a good exposure to communication skills and analytical skills, as you will need to coach students in a classrooms, answer their questions, and standing in front of many students.
Teaching Assistant (TA) (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 26 March 2017
University of Toronto is an excellent place of work especially if you are already a student there. As a teaching assistant I was able to use my own experiences and the knowledge I had gained to guide students to be successful in one of the most difficult undergraduate courses, namely Organic Chemistry!
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 January 2017
Pros Professors are nice and willing to help at anytime. I get practiced in explaining complicated ideas or concepts in an understandable way. The feeling worth more than the salary earned. UofT counts the working hour and pay the corresponding salaries in a very generous way. Cons It takes a lot of individual time to get ready for the tutorial. Students ask about easy questions repeatedly and teaching assistants have to explain again and again.
Teaching Assistant (TA) (Former Employee) – St George Campus – 9 November 2016
A great experience working with fellow students. Helping students to understand difficult material is very rewarding. Enables you to develop a more thorough knowledge of the subject matter that is being taught
Teaching Assistant (TA) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 August 2016
The role of a practical leader consisted of solving weekly problem sets, quizzes, and mark lab notebooks. As a leader, I learned time management skills and explored different ways of addressing a large group. The most enjoyable aspect is to help students understand complex concepts by breaking down problems into smaller simple ones.