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Events and Conferences: Spring 2017 TA/TM Day

December 16, 2016
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TA/TM Day is SFU's most comprehensive orientation event for new and veteran teaching assistants, tutor-markers and sessional instructors. Don't miss this opportunity for peer-based support.

Come share your teaching strategies and best practices, your challenges and successes, your fears and concerns in a supportive environment that encourages your participation. Sessions will be facilitated by some of SFU's most experienced and skilled TAs and TMs.

Date: Friday, January 6
Time: 8:30 – 4:30 pm 
Venue: Diamond Alumni Centre, Halpern Centre, and Library Lab, SFU Burnaby Campus

For more information on the event, please see the TA/TM Day Program Guide and the TA/TM Day Schedule

TA/TM Day is presented by the Teaching and Learning Centre in cooperation with the Office of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Fellows and the Teaching Support Staff Union at Simon Fraser University. It is held twice a year, in January (spring semester) and September (fall semester). Your time at TA/TM Day counts toward your TA/TM hours for the semester.

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