February 24, 2014
1-2:30 pm at 110 Sproul Hall

GSI Center logoGrading brings stress to GSIs and students alike. While students are anxious about the outcome, GSIs are concerned with exercising good judgment, grading fairly, and simply getting through a large set of exams, papers, or problem sets in a timely manner. This workshop will provide GSIs with practical ways to make their grading activities more efficient and at the same time more effective in giving students accurate and useful feedback about their learning. Participants will leave with a wide range of tips, strategies, and resources for this important and difficult task.

This workshop fulfills a requirement of the Teaching Certificate Program.

Register at the Graduate Student Instructor Teaching & Resource Center website.
[email protected], 510-642-4456