The Journal of Graduate Teaching Assistant Development, Vol. 10

The Journal of Graduate Teaching Assistant Development, Vol. 10

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Editor: Karron G. Lewis

Based on popular demand, New Forums Press has reproduced all past issues of this journal in complete bound volumes. The journal was published under this title through volume 10, and all issues are available printed by volume. Beginning with volume 11, the content of the periodical was expanded and is now published as an edited book series titled Studies in Graduate and Professional Student Development.

Initially published quarterly to highlight those aspects of the teaching assistantship which prepare graduate students for the multiple roles they play as assistants as well as for the multiple roles they will play as professionals upon leaving graduate school. The full range of issues involved in the administration of teaching assistant programs were addressed in the journal. Volume 9 was published from Winter 2002 through Fall 2003, and is presented here with all issues bound in one number.


Service-Learning Pedagogy: An Opportunity for Faculty to

Engage in Mentoring Graduate Students 7

Sharyn J. Potter and Melissa Wells


A Study of Graduate Student Perspectives on Teaching

Assistantships and Unionization 17

Rocci Luppicini


Teaching Assistants Learning, Students Responding:

Process, Principles, Products and Perspectives 31

Patricia L. tlardré and Ching-fluci Chen


Winning at the P.E.T. Show: Reflections on Academic

Interview Teaching Demonsfrations 59

William W. Anderson


The Course Coordinator Program: An Additional Tool

for Preparing Graduate Students for Academia 65

Stephen A. Hahay and George C. Bandik


Lower than a Frosh: Reflections on Experiences

as a First-Year Instructor 73

Andrea Lynn Penn


Graduate Program Experiences that Can Influence

Confidence for Faculty Roles and Responsibilities 87

Claire H. Major


About the Editor:

Dr. Karron G. Lewis is Assistant Director and Coordinator of the TA Training Programs at the Center for Teaching Effectiveness at the University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A. In her positions, she consults with University faculty members and TAs on a one-to-one basis to assist them in improving teaching, conducts departmental and university wide workshops on a variety of topics, assists departments in developing unified course syllabi and objectives for multi-session courses, engages in research activities and periodically acts as a consultant and conducts workshops for faculty members and TAs at other institutions. She is the editor of The Journal of Graduate Teaching Assistant Development and The TA Experience: Preparing for Multiple Roles and has written numerous book chapters and journal articles on both faculty and TA development.

Details: Volume 10, 2006, bound complete issues [ISSN: 1068-6096; 6-by-9-inch]