preparing specimens for labs and grading exercises and exams will earn less

Preparing specimens for labs and grading exercises

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preparing specimens for labs and grading exercises and exams will earn less credit than those who will be teaching even though similar contact hours may apply in both cases. Specific examples are given below. ANS 3319C The lab instruction for this course requires students to attend the first lab of the week to observe and then be responsible for teaching their own 2 hour lab section each week of the semester in addition to assisting with grading. This effort would warrant 2 credit hours of Supervised Teaching. ANS 3440 This is a lecture course in which teaching assistants attend 4 lecture periods per week, take attendance, assist with grading and teach one or more lectures under the direction of the professor in charge. This effort would warrant 2 credit hours of supervised teaching. ANS3006C This is a lecture/lab course with multiple lab sections. If a teaching assistant was involved in only the lecture portion which meets 3 times per week, and they assisted with grading exams their efforts would warrant 1 credit hour of supervised teaching. If they served as a teaching assistant for the lab portion of the course as well as the duties mentioned above, they would receive 2 credits. Faculty supervisors of students who intend to enroll in Supervised Teaching will need to submit a brief description of the proposed workload and credit hour(s) warranted to the Graduate Committee for approval the semester before the course will be taken. Course Requirements, Expectations and Grading Criteria Grades will be assigned by the faculty supervisor based on the following criteria: 1. Teaching proficiency Demonstrate adequate preparation for teaching as well as proficiency in understanding and delivering lectures clearly and concisely (30%). 2. Grading proficiency Demonstrate fairness and timeliness in grading (20%). Graded assignments and examinations should typically be returned to students within a week unless a longer period is approved by the faculty supervisor. 3. Punctuality and attendance - Demonstrate punctuality and have no unexcused absences from assigned teaching tasks (20%). One unexcused absence will result in a drop in a letter grade and two will result in failure of the course.
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  • Spring '14
  • Brendemuhl,JoelH

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