TA Resources

Fall 2017 TA Application Form and Information

Teaching Assistants should be familiar with FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act).

Essential Learning Outcomes

TA Training and Professional Development Opportunities

Graduate Assistants' Equity Workshops: These workshops are REQUIRED for all graduate students who may be appointed as a TA for more than one semester. You can find schedule, handouts, and registration information here.

Comm B Training, Writing Across the Curriculum: If you are assigned to teach Introductory Biology 151 or 152 you will need to complete the Comm B training. This is a designation for writing intensive courses. More information about Comm B training, including the registration information, can be found here.

SPEAK Test: UW System policy requires non-native English speakers to demonstrate proficiency in spoken English before they are assigned classroom duties as teaching assistants. Your department will decide whether you, as an international student, need to take the SPEAK test and schedule it for you.

L&S TA Training: L&S TA training presents the perfect opportunity to meet with TAs from other departments and learn from Teaching Fellow recipients of the current year. This TA training is mainly for new TAs but experienced TAs are also encouraged to attend.

UW Delta Teaching Program is dedicated to integrating research, teaching, and learning.

Teaching and Learning Symposium is a great way for all those who are interested in building a career in teaching.

TA Benefits Information

Graduate Student Benefit Information and Forms

Benefit Seminars

Campus Resources

McBurney Disability Resource Center

Office of the Dean of Students

University Health Services

Division of Information Technology (DoIT)