Top Teaching Associate Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Teaching Associate. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Teaching Associate resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.1% of Teaching Associate resumes contained Undergraduate Courses as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Teaching Associate actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Teaching Associate resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Undergraduate Courses

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Here's how Undergraduate Courses is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Lectured political science undergraduate courses as needed and regularly lead discussion course sections.
  • Instructed undergraduate courses surveying art history from prehistoric through contemporary periods.
  • Instructed undergraduate courses in Public Speaking, incorporating new technologies, with a focus toward persuasive and inviting communication techniques.
  • Assisted in teaching 5 undergraduate courses ranging in size from 200 to 400 students.
  • lead labs; provided office hours, and graded homework and exams for two undergraduate courses;
  • Investigated PAHs, PCBs and heavy metal contents in soil samples and taught undergraduate courses.

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2. Lab Reports

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Here's how Lab Reports is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Conduct classes, grade lab reports and tests, and assign course grades.
  • Grade the lab reports and exams.
  • Supervised labs and graded lab reports.
  • Provided assistance to students on Digital Circuits Design and Microelectronics Circuits Design problems -Tested PCB and components -Graded assignments and lab reports
  • Coordinated freshman chemistry laboratory experiments including chemical solution preparation and proton nuclear magnetic resonance sample analysis also graded lab reports.
  • Provided feedback on lab reports and homework to facilitate better understanding of certain topics and to improve experimental technique.

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3. Laboratory Courses

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Here's how Laboratory Courses is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Worked as a teaching associate for the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry teaching undergraduate laboratory courses.
  • Key Functions: Educating students in basic & advance general chemistry laboratory courses.

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4. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Conducted classroom management as needed.
  • Assisted in classroom management, development of lesson plans and evaluated student progress.
  • Completed 70 hours of professional development in teaching skills and classroom management.
  • Evaluate lesson plans Provide one on one behavior interventions and support Monitor classroom management Lead and support classrooms Facilitate Apprenticeships
  • Prepared and taught lesson plans to adolescents receiving substance abuse treatment; offered strengths-based support; assisted with classroom management
  • Developed instructional materials focused on teaching learning strategies, improving classroom management techniques and working with learners with special needs.

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5. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Developed original lesson plans and classroom organizational techniques to meet academic needs of students.
  • Provided input on improving lesson plans
  • Planned all aspects of the course, including book choice, syllabus planning, prepared all lesson plans and all exams.
  • Received high remarks from students and faculty for the creativity of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans and activities regularly to 22 Kindergarten students in an urban setting.
  • Evaluated daily lesson plans and gathered the necessary tools, equipment and supplies that were needed.
  • Created lesson plans and taught weekly seminars on legal research methods to first year law students.
  • Construct high-quality lesson plans for academic support as well as academic clubs for Grade 7 students.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for middle school students to improve academic performance and self-esteem.
  • Write lesson plans for reading, science and social studies with modifications for students needs.
  • Assisted professors in lesson plans, lectures and demonstrations for Graphic Design II and III.
  • Complied information to assist in preparation/delivery of lesson plans and set goals for each student.
  • Designed, created, and implemented lesson plans for various levels of students.
  • Created weekly lesson plans using Microsoft PowerPoint, online resources, and textbooks.
  • Developed lesson plans, prepared support materials and evaluate student's progress.
  • Prepare Language Arts lesson plans for a class of 15 seventh graders.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for Social Studies, Math and Language Arts
  • Developed and delivered lesson plans on APA guidelines to writing research papers.
  • Implement small group lesson plans with consistent team of six students.
  • Created lesson plans to best suit the needs of each class.

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6. Office Hours

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Here's how Office Hours is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Conducted chemistry student office hours and provided one-to-one tutoring.
  • Conducted recitations and hold office hours on-site/online.
  • Referred students to various campus resources, including civic engagement, counseling, and tutoring during office hours and tutoring sessions.
  • Instructed review sections (35 students), responsible for grading, holding office hours and responding to student requests.
  • Assisted in test preparation, directed discussion groups, and tutored students during office hours.
  • Assisted students with home works and test preparation during lab sections and office hours.
  • Answered students' questions in and out of class through email and office hours.
  • Managed office hours and graded homework and exams for 3 materials science undergraduate classes.
  • Calendared and offered exam-review office hours in order to help achieve student success.
  • Led discussions, graded laboratory write-ups and tests, and held office hours.
  • Interacted with students during office hours and over email; advised history majors.
  • Maintained office hours and direct interaction with students in a formal learning environment.
  • Scheduled office hours aside from lab to help students with lecture material.
  • Grade all lab exams and reports as well as provide office hours.
  • Conducted tutoring sessions in addition to office hours throughout each semester.
  • Maintained regularly- scheduled office hours to advise and assist students.
  • Hold office hours to assist students outside of classroom.
  • Meet students in office hours to provide individualized attention.
  • Graded homework and held regular office hours.
  • model communication practices that reinforce text and lecture materials; and hold 45 minutes of office hours per lab section taught.

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7. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Filled in for instructor, provided instruction and in-class assistance while offering clear instructions on fundamental techniques in microbiology.
  • Instructed the laboratory portion of the upper-division Microbiology course at San Diego State University.
  • Designed, troubleshot, and co-authored several experimental protocols published in SDSU Biology Laboratory Manual
  • Educated students on the application and interpretation of common statistical tests used in biology.
  • Course instructor in General Biology Laboratory and Human Physiology Laboratory for undergraduate students.
  • Maintained a diverse inventory of microorganisms for a laboratory course in microbiology.
  • Supervised and trained a technician in molecular biology techniques.
  • Delivered courses including Cell Biology and Advance Cytology.
  • Instructed students in the Biology 203L (Principles of Molecular Biology) and Biology 100L (General Biology) laboratory courses
  • Demonstrated the use of equipment and techniques necessary to biology, microbiology, chemistry, and molecular biology.
  • General education and specialized biology laboratory instructor for 2 to 3 labs with 24 students in each class.
  • Instructed a computer literacy course in biology designed for individuals pursuing a degree in biology.
  • Set up and taught microbiology lab for 20 junior and senior undergraduate students.
  • Organized, improved, and graded undergraduate Biology 1 laboratory class sections.
  • Substitute lecturer for Biology 115 and Biology 110 lecture courses.
  • Instructed junior and senior undergraduate biology / pre-med students and graduate students.

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8. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Assisted students with elementary mathematics concepts.
  • Teach various mathematics courses on the college curriculum, including College Algebra, Linear Algebra, and Calculus.
  • Instructed graduate and undergraduate students in various courses on mathematics, microwaves, and RF design.
  • Teach and advise freshman and sophomore students in the Mathematics department.
  • Teach and tutor all lower division level mathematics classes.
  • Inspire students to appreciate mathematics.
  • Assisted professors and lectures by teaching remedial mathematics courses in alaboratory format.

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9. Organic Chemistry

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Here's how Organic Chemistry is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Explained the theory of organic chemistry and assisted students with organic synthesis
  • Lecture on laboratory experiments and concepts in general and organic chemistry.
  • Teach Organic Chemistry labs, CHEM 333L and CHEM 334L
  • Supervised undergraduate organic chemistry laboratory.
  • Developed and lectured materials for university undergraduate classes, teaching theoretical and practical components of organic chemistry coursework.
  • Supervised chemistry students in their organic chemistry laboratory, taught general laboratory technique, answered questions, and graded lab reports.

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10. Course Materials

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Here's how Course Materials is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Develop supplemental study materials to help student better understand the course materials.
  • Prepared course materials and term project descriptions.
  • Created all course materials, including syllabi, lectures, visual presentations, handouts, homework, and tests.
  • State University.Developed all of my own course materials and had full teaching, grading, and reportingresponsibilities.
  • Collaborated in selection of course materials and web-based learning software system currently used to teach psychology courses at the University of Florida
  • Performed administrative duties including tracking student attendance, recording grades, developing and updating course materials.

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11. Public Speaking

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Here's how Public Speaking is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Exhibited strong presentation and public speaking skills, while teaching veterinary clinical medicine to ~65 pre-final and final year undergraduate students.
  • Acted as a lab instructor for Public Speaking as well as a mentor for Hispanic Marketing Communication and Multicultural Marketing Communication.
  • Teach Fundamentals of Technical Presentations including presenting large lectures on public speaking theory and leading hands-on laboratory sessions.
  • Facilitated discussion about topics in communication specifically related to public speaking.
  • Developed curriculum and lesson plans; instructed multiple sections per semester of group communication and public speaking courses
  • Core Responsibilities: Conducting small group sessions for Fundamentals of Public Speaking, Intercultural Communication.

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12. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Conducted literature reviews and email/phone/mail inquiries to compile information on sturgeon critical habitat locations and characteristics.
  • Reviewed subject materials, literature on economic development, and presented lessons using visual aids such as graphs to explain material.
  • Assembled literature for teachers contracted for the Students Collaborating to Undertake Tracking Efforts for Sturgeon (SCUTES) program.
  • Prepared for my Master of Arts degree in African Literature of French Expression.
  • Facilitated weekly discussion sessions of 50 students for six literature courses.
  • Created original curricula in critical thinking and general education literature * Taught, advised and evaluated 80 undergraduate students per semester

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13. Laboratory Sections

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Here's how Laboratory Sections is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Prepared lectures, facilitated discussions and instructed laboratory sections for general chemistry courses
  • Lead undergraduate motor control/learning laboratory sections and assist professor during lecture.
  • Instructed Environmental Science laboratory sections Monitored and assessed student progress
  • Lecture and laboratory sections of Human Histology and Embrology for medical students of 5-year-system; 3.
  • Assisted in preparations and execution of laboratory sections in Cell biology, Vertebrate Embryology, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics.
  • Presented two laboratory sections weekly and graded all student assignments and examinations for 60 undergraduate students at Tulane University.

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14. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Tutor and assist students individually or in small groups in order to help master school assignments and to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Planned, organized and implemented creative, team-building, cooperative activities for large and small groups of middle school students.
  • Teach small groups of second year medical students various methods of physical diagnosis.
  • Led small groups with high and low students in reading and math.
  • Work with small groups of students with various learning skills on projects.
  • Designed independent study for small groups.

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15. Linear Algebra

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Here's how Linear Algebra is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Tutored in various college math courses, including Calculus, Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics, etc.
  • Worked as a Grader for linear algebra in School of Mathematical Sciences of RIT.
  • Offered additional course help to Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistic students
  • Assisted professors in grading Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics exams.
  • Tutored students in Linear Algebra and Precalculus.

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16. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Carried out lesson plans for each student and was instrumental in development of various student learning techniques.
  • Research appropriate pedagogical methods to implement in the classroom for a range of student learning styles.
  • Facilitate student learning and conduct research in the area of GIS and the physical environment.
  • Developed a syllabus in accordance with the university's student learning outcomes.
  • Provided feedback to address student learning gaps.
  • Demonstrate experience in measuring student learning outcomes, developing curriculum, assessing and improving student learning and evaluating course efficacy.

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17. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Managed the curriculum and classroom administration of several undergraduate psychology courses.
  • Graduate Course: Psychology and Religion Actively planned and participated in team delivery of graduate level course.
  • Tutored students in biology, psychology, and chemistry in the Center for Academic Support.
  • Lectured on Statistics for Social Sciences and Research Methods in Psychology.
  • Presented lectures exploring connection between psychology and the law.
  • Advanced Developmental Psychology Laboratory Instructor.

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18. Freshman

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Here's how Freshman is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Teach writing and argument to incoming Freshman.
  • Instructed remedial level courses in reading and writing Taught Freshman level Composition courses.
  • Designed syllabi for sophomore-level Expository Writing and freshman-level First-Year Seminar.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum for Freshman Success Program.
  • Design and execute classes for Freshman Students entering CSUN that teach aspects of writing at the university level.
  • Instructed a variety of grade level students ranging from college freshman to senior.

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19. Principles

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Here's how Principles is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Instructed up to 40 undergraduate students on the principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics.
  • Required students to gain experience integrating and synthesizing principles of behavior change through designing and implementing a self-managed behavior modification intervention.
  • Assisted electrical engineering courses including electric measurement lab, electric circuit analysis, digital system principles and design lab
  • Simulated novel lowest energy electronic structures of Boron atoms using programs based on first principles of quantum mechanics.
  • Coordinated office hour scheduling, excel presentations conveying research and drafted exam questions requiring proficiency intermediate legal principles.
  • Worked as Process Development Scientist to develop a Pharmaceutical Product Simulation, using principles of Design of Experiments.

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20. TA

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Here's how TA is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Created and enforced behavior management strategies that allowed for student autonomy and input and emphasized consistently high expectations and student choice.
  • Advised students by working with them on Public Speaking curriculum while simultaneously developing professional relationships and encouraging student success.
  • Enabled my students to achieve better academic results by understanding their backgrounds and actively engaging their educational goals.
  • Created and implemented Theater of the Oppressed-based curricula for an after-school theater program at a local elementary school
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students and colleagues, fostering an environment of open communication & support
  • Published research in journals including Investigative Ophthalmology and delivered award-winning presentations at national and international conferences/symposiums.
  • Generated individual recommendations for grammatical improvement and worked with support staff to assist English language learners.
  • Planned, coordinated, and facilitated professional development meetings and provided feedback on lesson plans.
  • Assist students in every way to facilitate collaborative, enthusiastic learning and presentation skills.
  • Capitalized on excellent presentation skills and innovative methodologies to help students understand core concepts.
  • Communicated with students to enforce safety and standard operation procedures for all experiments.
  • Maintained a positive relationship with first-shift teachers to ensure continuity of student engagement.
  • Worked in collaboration with staff to align coursework with core university learning objectives.
  • Record daily attendance and contact parents when behavioral intervention forms are completed.
  • Answer questions and provide constructive feedback to facilitate an effective learning environment.
  • Prepared instructional materials and lectured students in a laboratory for Biological Statistics.
  • Mentor to 10+ undergraduate researchers resulting in a publication and poster presentations.
  • Lecture and facilitator for group discussion pertinent to weekly lesson objectives.
  • Collaborated with co-teachers to create and maintain a successful Montessori classroom.
  • Provided assistance in teaching and evaluation of clinical skills to medical students

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21. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Course work includes Microsoft Office 2010 Applications: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Desktop Publisher, and OneNote.
  • Created PowerPoint lectures to assist professors with special topic lectures in my areas of expertise.
  • Delivered regular PowerPoint instructional presentations.
  • Facilitated in classroom set up and operated a multimedia station to display Microsoft PowerPoint slides.
  • Organized scholarly documents, digitized images, provided PowerPoint instruction and created sample presentations.
  • Delivered PowerPoint presentations on environmental topics such as waste management, energy conservation, and natural resource management.

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22. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Lead group discussions and class activities.
  • Assisted teacher in organizing classroom materials Helped to plan in-class activities Facilitated class discussion Took class attendance
  • Assisted students in Chinese language instruction and conducted oral proficiency tests- Supervised breaks and class activities
  • Instructed 3 advocacy-training units and collaborated with other supervisors to create class activities.
  • Tutored Chemistry students with in class activities Administered weekly quizzes and reviewed weekly concepts
  • Created interactive and innovative class activities that engaged ESL students in cross-cultural communication.

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23. Rhetoric

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Here's how Rhetoric is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Remained current in the discipline of Composition and Rhetoric and updated course content when appropriate.
  • Instructed students in composition and rhetoric.
  • Teach introductory composition and rhetoric courses.
  • Used rhetorical principles in curriculum.
  • Reviewed rhetorical devices in essay writing
  • Developed curricula for first year course in rhetoric and composition.

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24. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Assisted Counseling Professor with graduate students' group micro-skills training: including mindfulness and curriculum development to assist students with application.
  • Assisted in preparation and presentation of class materials; trained in curriculum development and implementation.
  • Prepared annual and interim reports detailing the progress and accomplishments of grant-funded projects and curriculum development.
  • Assisted in curriculum development and implementation
  • Course instruction Curriculum development Grading Psycho-social support
  • Assisted in curriculum development, instruction, grade reporting and other related items.

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25. Intro

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Here's how Intro is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Graduate teaching associate responsible for laboratory sections of introductory cell and molecular biology and microbiology (majors and non-majors.)
  • Research Methodology Lab, Cultural Developmental Psychology, Survey of Psychology, Introduction to Teaching Psychology
  • Collaborated in module curriculum development with the introduction to cultural competencies into course modules.
  • Provided computer lab assistance with Introductory Psychology tutorial.
  • Provided computer-lab assistance with Introductory Psychology tutorial.
  • Educated students in introduction to Human Communication.
  • Lectured and instructed introductory Biology lab courses
  • Instructed several Introductory Zoology Labs.
  • Sole instructor for Critical Thinking and Intro to Philosophy, developed syllabus, course structure, and administered all grades.
  • Focused on the actual practice of the aforementioned visual media, although essential and elementary theories/ideas were introduced: I.
  • Instructed college undergraduates in Sociology 100 (Introduction to Sociology) and Sociology 230 (Deviant Behavior).
  • Set up, teach, and break down introductory biology jobs, specifically Cellular and Molecular Biology.
  • Designed and taught three discussion sections per quarter in Introduction to Global Studies to 25 students.
  • Designed and taught curriculum for introductory earth history lab course with 25 students.
  • Teach the Nutrition & Fitness lecture in the Introduction to Nutrition course.
  • Instructed laboratories for Cellular Biology, Introduction to Biology and Ecology courses.
  • Develop and conduct all aspects of an introductory statistics course for 30 students
  • Instructed two undergraduate linguistics courses: Introduction to Language and Morphology.
  • Introduced ballet technique, vocabulary, and performance quality.
  • Served as instructor of record for Introduction to Buddhism

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26. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Corrected and reviewed homework assignments.
  • Worked in small resource groups to reinforce the daily lesson, answer any questions, and help with their homework assignments.
  • Help professors to grade student's homework assignments, tests, and provide comments and feedback to students.
  • Assigned, corrected, and evaluated homework assignments, essays, quizzes, and exams.
  • Utilize the online programs WileyPlus and MyMathLab to create and assign homework assignments.
  • Graded quizzes, homework assignments and reported to the class instructor.

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27. Ecology

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Here's how Ecology is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Lead a field ecology research experiment which included field collection and statistical analysis of results.
  • Lectured in a laboratory setting for Fundamental of Ecology and Human Physiology.
  • Developed and implemented a new lab unit focused on plant ecology.
  • Course covers plant anatomy, physiology, and ecology.
  • Teach Ecology, Chemistry in Context
  • Published as Exploring the Edge of a Natural Disaster in The Open Journal of Ecology.

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28. Blackboard

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Here's how Blackboard is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Monitored student progress and communicated through Blackboard to ensure accuracy.
  • Utilized Blackboard and PeopleSoft software system in recording student records, including grades.
  • Attended conference on blended learning Certified to teach online courses Proficient with Blackboard/canvas
  • Provided feedback on assignments and participated on threaded discussions with remote students using collaborative tools on Blackboard software.
  • Lead the responsibility as a technical moderator to problem-solve Blackboard Collaborate connection issues faced by students during synchronous sessions.
  • Correspond with students on Blackboard or related inter-campus communication system.

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29. Diversity

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Here's how Diversity is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Implement leadership oriented programming across social, diversity, health, and academic spheres.
  • Represented the Office of Cultural Enhancement and Diversity at faculty and local meetings.
  • Help celebrate diversity in the school community and beyond.
  • Designed and taught "Religious Diversity in America" and "American Identity in the World"; advised undergraduates

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30. Course Syllabus

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Here's how Course Syllabus is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Created course syllabus and curriculum.
  • Prepared a portfolio documenting graduate teaching experience including course syllabus and evaluations.
  • Constructed and modified course syllabus in accordance with State/Department standards.
  • Draft course syllabus, hold weekly office hours, and respond to student inquiries.
  • Developed course syllabus, exams, lectures and supplementary materials.
  • Planned course syllabus and assignments for 20-25 students/class.

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31. Data Analysis

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Here's how Data Analysis is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Collected distribution data, performed comprehensive data analysis, and formulated conclusions based on literature research and postulated theories.
  • Organized and collected data on various economic indicators using Bureau of Economic Analysis and IMAA-Institute databases, increasing data analysis efficiency.
  • Utilized data analysis to better create and implement behavior objectives included in students Individual Education Plan or Behavior Intervention Plan.
  • Supervised undergraduate students in designing and completing experiments in a research methods and data analysis course.
  • Research Assistant- Data analysis for Luria Word Test Project Teaching Assistant - Introductory level Psychology classes
  • Experience gained: Research project design, multiple interviews, participant observation, qualitative and quantitative data analysis, final report write-up

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32. Review Sessions

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Here's how Review Sessions is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Created weekly lesson plans, lecture notes and topics for discussion in addition to leading bi-monthly review sessions
  • Administer quizzes & conduct review sessions for lecture material
  • Conducted review sessions in preparation for finals.
  • Assisted other undergraduate students with introductory economics material Led review sessions prior to exams to cover relevant topics in micro- and macroeconomics
  • Assisted professors in undergraduate-level microeconomics courses by holding office hours and review sessions
  • Administered review sessions in preparation for examinations and supported faculty in the grading of students' weekly homework

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33. Gender

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Here's how Gender is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Submitted to conference & publication several papers all focused on Gender or Intercultural Communication.
  • Mentored six students and facilitated leadership and race/gender workshops.
  • Co-sponsored the 1st annual Gender Fair, and organized outreach with a local neighborhood center.
  • Developed a peer-mentor teaching workshop within the Gender and Women's Studies Program.
  • Designed qualitative research tools for studies on Gender Based Violence in Urban Slums and Access to Safe Abortion Services in Bangladesh.
  • Presented findings of Gender Based Violence study at International Men's Health Conference, 2010.

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34. Lab Equipment

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Here's how Lab Equipment is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Provided hands on training of the use of lab equipment like oscilloscope and DMM.
  • Conducted Lectures, Performed Practical, Organized Students Records, Maintained Lab equipment.
  • Set up research lab, procured lab equipment and tools, prepared curriculums and taught classes to undergraduate students.
  • Ordered lab equipment, confirmed the orders, monitored equipment and assisted approximately thirty students with various engineering projects.
  • Calibrated mechanics of materials lab equipment & supervised student activities in a materials testing lab setting.
  • Included laboratory instruction and field supervision, preparation of examinations, and monitoring of lab equipment.

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35. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Accommodated first generation, low income, ESL and international students.
  • Tutored ESL Kindergarten students in reading.
  • Provided one-on-one academic writing training to students recognized by the program as most in need of special ESL attention.
  • Specialized in working with ESL and NNS students; spoke at district conferences on effective ELL education in the Writing Center.
  • Worked with many ESL students from Asian countries, the middle-east, and central/south America.
  • Helped conduct an ESL class for refugees learning English at a beginner's level.

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36. Sociology

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Here's how Sociology is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Acted as a graduate student representative to the sociology department Faculty Advisory Committee and Graduate Education Committee.
  • Developed a new training program for social scientists in the intersection of sociology/psychology/medicine.
  • Provided instruction and guidance to over 300 undergraduate students in topics encompassing both Criminology and Sociology.
  • Assisted in teaching Introductory Sociology.
  • Completed PhD candidacy exams in Social Movements & Political Sociology.
  • Created original presentations and lectured undergraduate Introduction to Psychology/Sociology courses.

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37. Laboratory Classes

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Here's how Laboratory Classes is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Conducted laboratory classes on research methodology, led discussions on issues in research methodology
  • Organized and instructed laboratory classes, and was substitute instructor for lectures to over 200 students in general entomology.
  • Instruct a diverse group of undergraduate students in general chemistry laboratory classes.
  • Teach laboratory classes and instruct students on appropriate science techniques.
  • Supervised and instructed students during laboratory classes.

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38. DNA

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Here's how DNA is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Acquired high quality image of sequence-specific DNA-Protein binding for collaborators using AFM.
  • Performed electrode implantation through surgical procedures, assessed and scored data, collected DNA and prepared for assay analysis.
  • Investigate domain-domain interactions in DNA binding protein NarL in NarXQL signaling system, which regulates nitrate and nitrite utilization.
  • Trained personnel on laboratory functions and maintained a high rate of accuracy in all DNA projects.
  • Designed, analyzed and ran research projects on organelle DNA 5 tree species.
  • Performed DNA extractions Applied and secured independent funding from federal and non-federal agencies.

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39. Political Science

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Here's how Political Science is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Served as a department academic adviser to undergraduate political science majors.
  • Mentored Undergraduate students in Political Sciences.
  • Developed and implemented college level courses in the areas of political science, political thought, and public policy
  • Prepared supplemental guides to courses in the Political Science Department.
  • Instructed courses in political science while enrolled in the Ph.D. program at Arizona State University.

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40. ENG

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Here's how ENG is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Developed and delivered engaging lectures to undergraduate students while writing, administering and grading midterm and final examinations.
  • Acted as teacher-in-charge for Drama Co-Curricular Activity; member of Internationalization and Whole-School Approach to English Committees.
  • Teach English communication to various higher diploma streams in the Business Administration and Hospitality Management fields.
  • Collaborated and advised English department leadership on racial and cultural equality and non-discrimination in composition classes.
  • Instituted positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs that effectively handled challenged behavior.
  • Crafted engaging curricula and hands-on apprenticeship projects while serving as an academic coach.
  • Key Contributions Orientated behavioral challenged youth on social and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Designed and instructed an electronic circuits laboratory to engineering students.
  • Prepare materials and assess students for appropriately challenging instruction.
  • Tutored individuals and groups in undergraduate electrical engineering sciences.
  • Course instructor for Engineering Graphics and Materials laboratory.
  • Evaluated and assisted teachers with behavioral challenged children.
  • Engaged youth in program activities targeting academic, creative, and personal development as well as building relationships with families.
  • Led and mentored a team of 10 Graduate Electrical Engineers for various medical device project design and successful implementation.
  • Created a secure and interesting an enjoyable learning environment that promoted play and engagement exploration and learning of children.
  • Engaged students in active learning exercises / projects to enhance learning (i.e., create meaning).
  • Create opportunities for students that strengthen the connection between academic success, college, and career.
  • Assisted students with questions relating to the Town Hall Meeting (Student civic engagement activity).
  • Developed activities to engage students in creating their own programs, schedules, and paradigms.
  • Designed and instructed one section of English 101 (Beginning College Writing) per semester

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41. Academic Research

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Here's how Academic Research is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Hired in association with Reading University; to transfer academic research into software applications capable of enhancing business competitiveness.
  • Assisted Faculty with academic research.
  • Read an average of 1000 words of primary texts and academic research every week.
  • Assisted professors with writing and grading exams and academic research.

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42. Lab Sessions

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Here's how Lab Sessions is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Prepared and lead discussion and lab sessions; - Graded homework and exams.
  • Lectured and supervised during weekly lab sessions for undergraduate kinesiology students.
  • Instructed undergraduate level Physics lab sessions and evaluated assignments, lab reports and presentations
  • Lectured, supervised and coordinated two undergraduate chemistry lab sessions each semester.
  • Organized classroom lab sessions and instructed students on effective laboratory techniques.
  • Hold lab sessions of students obtaining extensive experience in organizational skills.

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43. Student Papers

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Here's how Student Papers is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Lectured and advised students on political theory and graded student papers and homework
  • Prepared syllabus and graded student papers for courses I taught.
  • Corrected student papers for bluebook errors.

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44. Final Exams

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Here's how Final Exams is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Prepared lecture notes, wrote, graded exams, and proctored final exams.
  • Create and chapter quizzes, midterm and final exams.
  • Prepared medical students for proper patient interactions and final exams
  • Created and administered final exams.
  • Developed Criminal Justice course curriculum, such as presentations, quizzes, discussions, writing assignments, final exams, etc.
  • Help evaluate weekly quizzes, midterm and final exams and hold office hours to provide students with extra learning opportunities.

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45. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Monitored the improvements in laboratory protocols/ techniques and recommended changes in methods accordingly to improve efficiency of data collection.
  • Performed experimental design and application, remote and quantitative data collection, effects analyses and speculation.
  • Worked closely with geology graduate and undergraduate in data collection, analysis and solution generation.
  • Set up experimental apparatus, performed data collection and analysis for thesis project.
  • Performed statistical data collection and analysis for grant applications.
  • Conducted quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis.

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46. PCR

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Here's how PCR is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Utilized DNA Isolation, PCR, qPCR to achieve time effectiveness against existing microbial pathogen detection procedures and standard culture practice.
  • Worked to conduct basic nucleic acids experiments like PCR, and protein expression and purification as well as tissue culture
  • Completed PCR reactions for population genetic studies.
  • Carried out testing on tissue samples (ELISA, Western Blotting, RT-PCR assays).
  • Conducted numerous techniques in lab including PCR, microsatellites analysis, sequencing analysis and presentation of scientific data.
  • Performed size exclusion purification, PCR amplification, and PAGE analysis of oligonucleotides released from solid surfaces.

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47. Weekly Basis

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Here's how Weekly Basis is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Grade 20 student assignments on a biweekly basis in an impartial and consistent manner.
  • Supplemented staffing needs on a daily or weekly basis.
  • Reviewed and graded 25+ papers on a weekly basis.
  • Communicated consistently with parents, community volunteers, and management on a weekly basis to improve program efficiency.

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48. Student Assignments

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Here's how Student Assignments is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Determined textbooks, student assignments, and schedule of topics.
  • Grade student assignments, homework, and laboratories.
  • Tutored and mentored students on the fundamental concepts of Computer Science/Software Engineering while providing effective feedback on student assignments.
  • Prepared the experiment instrumentation and graded student assignments for both undergraduate and graduate level operation system course.
  • Assisted instructor of a graduate course, Digital Signal Processing, in evaluating legitimately student assignments and proctoring examinations.
  • Assisted professor with developing course material and grading student assignments.

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49. C++

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Here's how C++ is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Implemented several image processing, computer vision, and geometric modeling utilities and applications in C/C++.
  • Conducted research into possibility of using DLLs and UNIX shared objects to hold C++ objects.
  • Developed C++ programming applications to summarize, manage and analyze data obtained with a scanning laser in natural forest environments.
  • Collaborated with computer scientists to develop a C++ program to measure relevant statistical and information-theoretical quantities.
  • Developed embedded C++ control methods for robotic applications.
  • Assisted in teaching the following classes: Image processing-Computer Graphics-Data structure- Programming techniques using C++

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50. Academic Performance

low Demand
Here's how Academic Performance is used in Teaching Associate jobs:
  • Assigned homework; administered exams; evaluated and recorded student coursework and progress; drafted reports on academic performance.
  • Evaluated students' academic performances.
  • Used quantitative and qualitative analysis of students academic performance to develop a spoken English curriculum.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Teaching Associate

Undergraduate Courses13.7%
Lab Reports12.2%
Laboratory Courses10%
Classroom Management8%
Lesson Plans7.4%
Office Hours7.1%
Biology6.6%
Mathematics5.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Teaching Associate

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
11.1%
11.1%
2
2
Lab Reports
Lab Reports
9.9%
9.9%
3
3
Laboratory Courses
Laboratory Courses
8.1%
8.1%
4
4
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
6.5%
6.5%
5
5
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
6%
6%
6
6
Office Hours
Office Hours
5.7%
5.7%
7
7
Biology
Biology
5.3%
5.3%
8
8
Mathematics
Mathematics
4.4%
4.4%
9
9
Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Course Materials
Course Materials
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Literature
Literature
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Laboratory Sections
Laboratory Sections
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Small Groups
Small Groups
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Student Learning
Student Learning
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Psychology
Psychology
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Freshman
Freshman
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Principles
Principles
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
TA
TA
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Rhetoric
Rhetoric
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
1%
1%
25
25
Intro
Intro
1%
1%
26
26
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Ecology
Ecology
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Blackboard
Blackboard
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Diversity
Diversity
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Course Syllabus
Course Syllabus
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Review Sessions
Review Sessions
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Gender
Gender
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Lab Equipment
Lab Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
ESL
ESL
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Sociology
Sociology
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Laboratory Classes
Laboratory Classes
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
DNA
DNA
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Political Science
Political Science
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
ENG
ENG
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Academic Research
Academic Research
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Lab Sessions
Lab Sessions
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Student Papers
Student Papers
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Final Exams
Final Exams
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Data Collection
Data Collection
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
PCR
PCR
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Weekly Basis
Weekly Basis
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Student Assignments
Student Assignments
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
C++
C++
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Academic Performance
Academic Performance
0.3%
0.3%

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