Master Teaching Assistants must work alongside an instructor to help organize the course, give lectures in their areas of expertise, grade assignments and give supplementary instruction. The Master Teaching Assistant's main responsibility is to help instructors with classroom management, including helping the instructor relate the course material to high school students. They must help set up, supervise laboratories, and enforce lab safety and be available to provide extra assistance to individual students as needed. Master Teaching Assistants at Maryland sites are required to participate in grading final exams the week following the end of the course.
NOTE: THIS POSITION IS NOT BENEFITS ELIGIBLE.
Knowledge and Skills:
They must have knowledge of Trigonometry, Algebra 2, and Physics. Master Teaching Assistants must be punctual, have a positive attitude, and treat students with respect. They must also be able to effectively communicate both orally and in writing. A strong understanding of general engineering principles and extensive lab experience is preferred. Finally, Master TAs must have a positive attitude and generate enthusiasm for engineering in the classroom.
BS in engineering or related field by the start of the course.
Some previous experience as a Teaching Assistant.
Internal and External Contacts:
Director, Engineering Innovation
Assistant Director, Engineering Innovation
Sr. Academic Program Coordinator, Engineering Innovation Engineering Innovation Teaching Assistants
Engineering Innovation Teaching Fellow
Engineering Innovation Instructors
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Master Teaching assistants (TAs) work with the Instructor to ensure labs, lectures, and student projects run smoothly. Master TAs must have a thorough understanding of labs to ensure that they are conducted with minimal errors. Tasks may include:
Master Teaching Assistants must be present and available during the entire course. New Master Teaching Assistants must attend training in Baltimore, MD.
Master Teaching Assistants must work alongside an instructor to help organize the course, give lectures in their areas of expertise, grade assignments and give supplementary instruction.
Master Teaching Assistant's main responsibility is to help instructors with classroom management, including helping the instructor relate the course material to high school students.
Master Teaching Assistants must help set up, supervise laboratories, and enforce lab safety.
Master Teaching Assistants must be available to provide extra assistance to individual students as needed.
Master Teaching Assistants at Maryland sites are required to participate in grading final exams the week following the end of the course.
Master Teaching Assistants will conduct four hours of office hours each week to support students in the program.
Classified Title: Teaching Assistant Working Title: Master Teaching Assistant for EI Role/Level/Range: ACRO37.5/03/CE Starting Salary Range: $15 - $25 per hour Employee group: Casual / On Call Schedule: M-F 8:00 - 4:00pm Some weekends Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus Department name: 60004726-CEO Instructors and Students Personnel area: Whiting School of Engineering
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