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CHL5809HF: Ecological Public Health CHL5809HF
Teaching Assistant

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a) Consultation with the course supervisor b) marking/grading assignments and group blogs c) calculating, recording, and tabulating grades; d) provide effective feedback to student questions and facilitate online group discussions.


a) Doctoral Student in public health, health geography, environment & health, global health or similar; training in relevant theory (e.g. political ecology), methods (e.g. mixed), and experience (e.g. multi-stakeholder, multi-scalar, ecohealth interventions) all considered assets. b) Familiarity with teaching techniques including providing effective feedback, responding to studentsÂ’ questions, facilitation of group discussion, and management of learning tasks through Blackboard.


Public Health Sciences
Course ID
St. George
$43.65 per hour + 4% vacation pay
Course Enrollment
Dates of Appointment
01/09/2017 - 31/12/2017
Number of Positions
Number of Hours
How to Apply
For detailed information on the application procedure go to http://www.dlsph.utoronto.ca/students/cu…
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