For Instructors & Graduate Students
This page is intended to help teaching assistants, graduate students and academic instructors of all varieties. Teaching tools are developed from various places, but I do my best to credit their sources if they do not belong to only me. There are links here that send you to other teaching sites as well. Happy Teaching!
Intro to TA Training (UW Madison)
- All ASA members have free access to TRAILS, an online peer reviewed library of high quality teaching resources. Resource types include syllabi, class activities, assignments, lectures, and more. Submitting resources for publication in TRAILS provides evidence of teaching excellence for promotion and tenure. Subscriptions are available for non-members.
- Creating a Sociology 320 independent study course
- Benefits and how-to for developing independent studies that help your research and mentoring skills
Masters Thesis Tips
Institutional Review Board Tips
Gender & Early Childhood Education Classrooms (Prezi) + Handout
Intersectional Teaching Handout (Frank & Albanesi 2018, SWS Conference Workshop)