ingram School of Nursing
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Un d er t h e s u p erv i s i on and in c o ll a b o r a ti o n w i th t h e c o u rse c o ord i na t or, the TA w i ll help teach, motivate, and engage nurses pursuing their master’s degree on the topics of Professional Nursing Practice. The TA will be expected to: (1) embrace learner-centered approaches to teaching; (2) mobilize students, guest speakers, and resources to offer exciting presentations, readings, and approaches to learning research, and discussions of research findings of relevance to nursing; and (3) be well versed in Professional issues in Nursing. The TA will participate in teaching and the evaluation o f s t ud e nts in the c o ur s e.
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M a s t ers or PhD
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C u rre n t Masters or Do c tor a l s tu d e n t at McGill .
Gr a d u ate te a c h ing e x p e rie n ce is preferred and an a s se t .
M u st be el i gi b le to w o rk i n Ca n a d a
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