TAP HomepageTAPTalk ArchiveApril 2008

Preparing a Teaching Portfolio
Increasingly, universities ask job candidates to provide a teaching portfolio when applying for a position. As you look towards graduation, it is much easier to construct such a portfolio by adding to it after each semester rather than...

TAP Workshops in April
Improving Your Teaching Evaluations
Date:    Thursday, April 3
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Place:   Room 410, Rutgers Student Center, CAC

Teaching a Summer Course
Date:    Tuesday, April 15
Time:    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Place:   Room 120A, Busch Campus Center, BC

Other workshops in April
Career Services

End of Semester Time Management
The end of the semester puts pressure on TAs in many ways. In addition to your own research, your students feel pressure as finals approach, and thus they may demand more of your time and energy. However, the end of semester crunch...

Want to know how your students see you?
Get your class videotaped.

The Master Faculty Observation Program,/a>
TAP has assembled a select group of outstanding faculty members who have volunteered to provide graduate students with the opportunity to observe their classes. The names, teaching schedules, and contact information of these veteran teachers are listed on our website. Earn a certificate by visiting three or more classes.

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