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Calculus 1(A) MAT135H1S
Course Instructor

Emergency Posting

Posting Date : January 04, 2018
Closing Date : Posting Expired


This course has multiple lecture sections. The course has a designated course coordinator. Your duties will include all of the following: lecturing; holding regular weekly office hours for students; handling student inquiries; helping to create midterm tests and final exams; being present for final exam; and marking final exams. Your duties may include some or all of the following: creating homework assignments and quizzes; maintaining the course Blackboard page or course website; communicating with TAs regarding duties via emails or regular face to face meeting; and participating in meetings (with the course coordinator and other instructors) about the course during the semester. Additional duties may be required as directed by the Course Coordinator, the Undergraduate Administrator or the Associate Chair, Undergraduate.


Senior PhD student in Mathematics (3rd year or higher); [or] Current PDF in Mathematics; Previous experience, as a Course Instructor an asset. Experience as a Course Instructor or Teaching Assistant, in the course (or its equivalent) is an asset.


Course ID
St. George
$7,385.12 includes 4% vacation
Course Enrollment
Dates of Appointment
January 9, 2018-April 30, 2018
Number of Positions
TA Support (Est.)
Class Schedule
Thursdays 6-9pm
How to Apply
Please apply at the following link: http://blog.math.toronto.edu/forms2/emer…
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