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Scientific Communication in Psychology PSYC02H3
Teaching Assistant

Posting Date : March 12, 2020
Closing Date : April 02, 2020  (Posting Expired)


Lead weekly tutorials (check UTSC timetable - you MUST be available to lead your assigned tutorial. Please provide your availability at the same time that you apply). Duties for the position may vary and include: individual supervision of student projects, marking assignments and essays, designing and executingweekly tutorial, designing assignments, clerical and administrative duties,holding office hours, email contact with students, invigilating exams, writing test questions.


Includes: ability, academic qualifications,suitability for the position and appropriate background in the subject/specialty.Applicants must have knowledge of how to use APA formatting in psychological researchwritings, and may be asked to provide a writing sample. Applicants must have excellent writing and communication skills


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Course Enrollment
Dates of Appointment
May 1, 2020 - August 31, 2020
Number of Positions
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Tutorial/Lab Schedule
How to Apply
Applicants should apply online through the link http://uoft.me/psychta…
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