Teaching Assistants and "Future" Faculty (K-12 & Higher Education)
Many resources are available to enhance the teaching effectiveness of Georgia Tech's Teaching Assistants for the benefit of our current undergraduates' education as well as encourage the development of the students as the K-12 and higher education faculty of tomorrow. CETL works collaboratively with the academic units that employ students as TAs, other service units on campus such as the Language Institute, CEISMC, Career Services, the Library, and the Women's Center, and the Graduate Student Government (SGA).
Each fall and spring CETL hosts a campus-wide orientation for all new GTAs and UTAs. CETL also partners with the Language Institute to offer a campus-wide orientation for all international graduate students who will be working as new TAs (called ITAs) and this event is held at the beginning of each fall term. Workshops are offered each fall and spring term focused on teaching (for both TAs and "Future" Faculty), academic careers (K-12 and higher education), and academic communication. Each spring CETL co-hosts a Graduate Career Symposium designed for graduate students to learn about various career options and to develop skills needed to obtain a job in academia, industry or government.
Tech to Teaching
Tech to Teaching is a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded program which aims to create an infrastructure at Georgia Tech that enables students to effectively pursue careers in K-12 or college Teaching.
A variety of resources are available to UTAs and GTAs across campus.
Goizueta Foundation funded program that provides graduate students the opportunity to work with Latino students in local high schools.
SLIDER Fellows (CLOSED)
NSF funded program that provides graduate students the opportunity to help develop and teach an inquiry-based science curriculum to middle school students
STEP Fellows (CLOSED)
NSF funded program that provided graduate students the opportunity to work with students and teachers in local high schools.
Courses, workshops, and 1 on 1 consultations available to graduate students and post-doctoral scholars needing help with academic writing or presentation skills (including assistance with documents and presentations required as part of an academic job interview).
CETL offers all consultations on the topics of teaching, academic careers, and academic communication.
CETL offers a number of academic courses for undergraduate and graduate students.