Duties: Responsible for coordinating weekly laboratory sessions, including oversight of laboratory sessions, coordination of laboratory teaching assistants, coordination with laboratory technical staff, laboratory report grading and reporting, and interactions with students concerning laboratory reports. For Laboratory, TA is responsible for giving weekly laboratory sessions, including opening laboratory, assisting students. For Tutorial, TA is responsible for running weekly tutorial sessions, including preparation of tutorial material, giving weekly tutorial session, posting tutorial material on course website, and assisting student learning in tutorial sessions.
PLEASE NOTE that given the current circumstances and the lack of certainty with regards to the resumption of in-person teaching activities, this course may be required to be taught in part or entirely in person or in part or entirely remotely using a virtual learning platform [e.g., Zoom, WebEx] and the McGill MyCourses learning management system. Training and assistance on remote teaching is available through Teaching and Learning Services.
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Course Title and Course Number:
ECSE 200 - Electric Circuits
Estimated Number of Positions:
1 for 45 hours
Qualifications: : Requires public speaking ability. Head TA: Must have taken ECSE 200 and ECSE 291, or equivalent. Must be a good communicator, highly organized, and highly motivated individual with laboratory work experience. Tutorial and Lab TAs: Must have taken ECSE-200, or equivalent. Must be a good communicator, comfortable with public speaking, skilled with laboratory work, and committed to assisting student learning.
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