In 2015, UC San Diego established the Teaching + Learning Commons to advance and improve how we teach and learn. Today, a suite of services and programs are in place to develop better instructors and more engaged learners. Our campus is committed to delivering an educational experience that prepares students who are capable of solving problems, leading, and innovating in a diverse and interconnected world.
Want to be a better TA/Instructional Assistant, but don’t know how? Look into the Center for Engaged Learning‘s resources and classes, which teach you pedagogy and skills needed for your current and future career as an educator.
As graduate students, we’re always supposed to be writing. How we are assessed and given feedback is also largely dependent on our productivity as writers. If you would like help with your writing or need a space to write in order to be productive, the Writing + Critical Expression Hub is here to help! Appointments and writing retreats help UC San Diego graduate students fulfill their goals of being successful researchers and writers.
See more at the Teaching + Learning Commons website: http://commons.ucsd.edu/