GETTING PEOPLE STARTED: TEACHING ASSISTANT WORKSHOP FOR SOCIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS AT MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

@article{Chaichian1986GETTINGPS,
  title={GETTING PEOPLE STARTED: TEACHING ASSISTANT WORKSHOP FOR SOCIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS AT MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY},
  author={Mohammad A. Chaichian and Ginger E. Macheski and William L. Ewens and Nancy Backus},
  journal={Teaching Sociology},
  year={1986},
  volume={14},
  pages={168}
}
The sociology faculty and graduate students at Michigan State University have conducted a yearly workshop for teaching assistants and other beginning graduate students for the past 14 years. This summary article uses the annual workshop reports to provide an historical account of the workshop's evolution based on its objectives, structural obstacles, and educational achievements. A more detailed outline of the program is also provided for those interested in workshop design. Finally, the report… Expand
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