Teaching Assistants and Graduate Students Professional Development Program (TAGS)
What is the TAGS program?
A collaboration between the Center for Learning and Teaching and the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies to provide professional development opportunities for teaching assistants and graduate students.
TAGS program coordinator - Sherif Osman
Office P035 Library Building (number 15 on the map below)
The program is divided into two main tracks:
ACADEMIC GROWTH TRACK
|PROFESSIONAL GROWTH TRACK|
|The aim of this track is to offer
workshops that equip participants
with the necessary knowledge
and skills to become effective and
creative practitioners and academics.
Covering areas such as effective
teaching, learning technologies
and assessments of learning.
|This tracks aims to offer
workshops to help develop
future professionals and
leaders, covering a wide range
of workshops on areas such as
public speaking, time
management, conflict resolution
and thinking skills.
|March 10, 2018||March 3, 2018|
|April 14, 2018||March, 24 2018|
Networking and Professional Development
Graduate School of Education (Building 9 on the map)
Places are limited, so hurry up and register to book your place.
To register please click here.
Important Note: If registration is full, please email email@example.com to add your name to the waiting list. If you have already registered and won't be able to make it, please make sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org so we could give your spot to students on the waiting list.