Teaching Resources

Quick Tips for the First Day

Read through this helpful list of suggestions for a GTA's first day on the job.

Teaching Assistant Handbook

Graduate teaching assistants (TAs) are essential members of the University's academic community. TAs enhance student understanding of the content and pedagogy of the discipline and extend faculty resources and their contribution to the teaching mission of the University.

Teaching & Learning in the College Classroom - Additional Resources
From a recent Friday Forum presented by Dr. Barbi Honeycutt, adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education, and Director of Graduate Teaching Programs in the Graduate School, at NC State.

Center for Teaching & Learning

Join one of their learning communities, explore resources or just chat with a consultants.

Troubled Students

Learn the signs and how to handle troubled students.

Teaching Assistant Workshop Presentations

Basic Legal Guidelines for Classroom Policies and Practices

Cultural Transitions

Developing Your Teaching Portfolio From the February 22nd workshop presented by Dr. Barbi Honeycutt, Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education, NC State University.
Examples of teaching and professional portfolios:

  • University of Virginia
  • Boston College (halfway down the page shows example portfolios and a section on example teaching philosophies written by graduate students in PFF programs)
  • McGill University (Teachers and TFA students take note)
  • NC State University (Some of NCSU's PTP and teaching certificate students have given permission to share their portfolios. Here are 3)
  1. Dr. Judith  Elena Canner
  2. Dr. Shawn Y. Holmes

Disability Services Training for Teaching Assistants

How to  Build Your Teaching Portfolio

Managing Diversity and Controversy in the Classroom

Resources Sheet

Responding to Student Writing

Sample Syllabus

Teaching Assistant Academic Integrity

The Legal Survival Guide

Training Presentation - Spring 2012

Using Social Media Inside and Outside the Classroom

Working with Nontraditional Female College Students