Two graduate level teaching assistants are available to provide support and assistance to students enrolled in this course. They are all enrolled in a course in which they they learn various teaching philosophies and methods. As part of the course requirements, they serve as TAs in the Department's Introduction to Psychology courses.
The teaching assistants can help you in the following ways:
I. Each of the TAs has office hours during which they are available to meet with students to answer your questions or to help you understand material from the book or from lectures that is unclear to you. Office hours for each TA are listed below. Feel free to stop by and discuss your questions and concerns.
II. The TAs will also conduct more formal discussion groups on a weekly basis.
Your attendance at these meetings is completely voluntary. You are
not required to attend! You may find these meetings helpful to you
as the TAs will provide additional lecture & discussion on difficult
material, provide tips to help you improve your study habits, and make available
additional materials (such as films) aimed to help you improve your performance
in the course.
Discussion groups will be held on Wednesdays from 5 - 6 and from 6 - 7 in Anderson Room 201.
|Julie Koneck||Peoples Room 36||Monday 9 - 11:00 AM|
|Kristin Judy||Peoples Room 36||Wednesdays3 - 5|