Top Teaching Fellow Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Teaching Fellow. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Teaching Fellow resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.5% of Teaching Fellow resumes contained Curriculum Development as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Teaching Fellow actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Involved with curriculum development, course implementation on distance learning platforms, and maintenance of online component of courses.
  • Assist history teacher by providing in-class support for three of five class periods and out-of-class curriculum development contributions.
  • Full time second grade classroom teacherSecond Grade Science Curriculum Development and Science Education Leader
  • Assisted Counseling Professor with graduate students' group micro-skills training: including mindfulness and curriculum development to assist students with application.
  • Developed all technical instruction materials relevant to labs and assisted in curriculum development.
  • Assisted in preparation and presentation of class materials; trained in curriculum development and implementation.

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2. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively with an English teacher to create emergent lesson plans and cultivate classroom management techniques.
  • Supported fellow teachers and staff in the implementation of effective academia and classroom management.
  • Participated in professional development focused on classroom management and instructional design and delivery.
  • Developed evaluation tools for academic information, curriculum delivery, and classroom management.
  • Received field training specializing in serving high needs populations and classroom management.
  • Assisted with classroom management, substituting and created a positive learning environment.
  • Implemented an effective classroom management system with color clip behavior chart
  • Lead professional development relative to classroom management and student engagement.
  • Observed teachers to improve instructional techniques and classroom management.
  • Supervised and trained paraprofessionals to strengthen classroom management.
  • Led advisory sessions focusing on topics such as Unit planning, IEP's, Classroom Management, Differentiated Instruction, etc.
  • Implemented the principles of Responsive Classroom management and thus managed the educational, social and emotional needs of 24 students.
  • Helped him with classroom management, setting up classroom, lesson planning and anything else he needed throughout the year.
  • Presented research on how to adapt classroom management to meet the needs of varying motivational profiles with three ACE teaching colleagues
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans for no less than 16 students, enforcing quality classroom management.
  • Observed Mentor Teacher and other teachers in order to improve instructional techniques and classroom management.
  • Received 500 hours of training in lesson planning, classroom management, and student-centered teaching.
  • Learned and implemented proper lesson planning, classroom management, and teaching strategies.
  • Maintained student attendance records and grades using classroom management system (Blackboard).
  • Provide one-on-one tutoring Assist with classroom management.

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3. Undergraduate Courses

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Here's how Undergraduate Courses is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Designed and taught undergraduate courses in nonfiction writing and dramatic literature
  • Instructed undergraduate courses in data analysis and quantitative research methods
  • Instruct 3-hour undergraduate courses in Introduction to Psychology to a special population of students enrolled in an Honors Program.
  • Assisted in teaching 7 undergraduate courses such as Properties and Testing of Materials and Materials Science.
  • Planned and guided weekly discussion section for undergraduate courses on U.S. foreign policy and counter-terrorism policy.
  • Conducted research, lectured in undergraduate courses, wrote and graded exams, and served as academic advisor to undergraduate students.
  • Assisted the professor in lecture and lab-based undergraduate courses Delivered lectures and designed and taught lab exercises.
  • Assisted in teaching 3 undergraduate courses, accumulatively 12 sections, approx.
  • Instruct Collegiate Level Physical Activity Courses Assist with Course Implementation Manage Faculty Undergraduate Courses Participate in Faculty Research Projects

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4. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Collaborated with Co-teacher to develop lesson plans and materials including differentiated instruction for varying levels of student abilities.
  • Developed and executed daily lesson plans for an upper-division College Preparatory Constitutional Law course.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans geared towards stimulating interest in science and research.
  • Develop and implement quality and objective driven curriculum and lesson plans.
  • Prepare and establish objectives and outlines/ lesson plans weekly
  • Created learning units and daily lesson plans to reinforce information learned in general education and spark student's excitement about learning.
  • Delivered hands-on, engaging lesson plans in English Language Arts and Reading to Sixth graders at Patrick Henry Middle School.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructed students as an apprentice under a master teacher in the Denver Public Schools summer academy.
  • Led in-class math instruction for 5th grade students; collaborated with summer school staff to create and execute lesson plans.
  • Developed and executed daily lesson plans for over 100 middle school students, differentiating instruction to ensure all students progress.
  • Worked directly with the professor to create lesson plans, grade papers and attended the needs of the students.
  • Assumed responsibility as a math content lead, providing support and management of creating rigorous and accessible lesson plans.
  • Collaborated with a Biotechnology professor to produce interactive, research oriented lesson plans for my students in the fall.
  • Collaborated with credential teachers in instructional strategies and executed lesson plans to students in a 6-1 classroom setting.
  • Designed creative lesson plans that were aligned with the mentor teacher's standard and New York state standards.
  • Prepared lesson plans to supplement the course lecture; reviewed and commented on students' practice mid-term exams.
  • Implemented lesson plans for 12 6th grade students in math/academic enrichment and college and career access program.
  • Compiled archive material for lesson plans, helped write blog posts and gave speeches at library fundraisers.
  • Created original lectures and lesson plans to supplement lecture courses, emphasizing writing skills and history engagement.
  • Designed curriculum and lesson plans for American Government, U.S. History, and World History courses.

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5. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Teach undergraduate and graduate students Multicultural Education in mathematics & sciences, a higher-level course offered by the department of Education.
  • Developed and implemented Science, Teaching, Mathematics and Engineering (STEM) curriculum for primary and secondary schools throughout Wyoming.
  • Designed and implemented tutorials for students in Mathematics and Computer Science courses.
  • Tutor RSP students twice a week in Reading and Mathematics.
  • Developed and executed mathematics curriculum for underserved students.
  • Certified to teach special education and mathematics, grades 7-12, under the Transitional B Certificate Field training completed at I.S.
  • completed field training teaching middle and high school mathematics in high-need populations in New York City.

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6. Course Syllabus

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Here's how Course Syllabus is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Conducted classroom visits/observations, updated course syllabus highlighting required texts, course content, learning outcomes and assessment measures.
  • Involved in finalizing the course syllabus *Assisted the Professor in teaching the students *Graded students assignments and exams
  • Designed a course syllabus and introduced new software packages and hardware to be used in the labs
  • Develop course syllabus, requirements, and assignments including writing, filming, and editing assignments.
  • Prepared a portfolio documenting graduate teaching experience including course syllabus and evaluations.
  • Constructed and modified course syllabus in accordance with State/Department standards.

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7. Office Hours

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Here's how Office Hours is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Designed and implemented laboratory-based lessons and held office hours for 3 separate classes of undergraduates.
  • Lectured students and prepared daily assignments, administered exams and conducted office hours for student development
  • Hold regular office hours and maintain open communication with students
  • Maintained regularly scheduled office hours to mentor students.
  • Acted as a liaison between students and Professor, conducted classroom sessions, office hours and assisted Professor with grading
  • Hold office hours and grade homework for Forecasting Time Series Data, a graduate course in applied time series analysis
  • Lead discussion sections, challenged students critical thinking, and graded coursework; mentored students individually during office hours
  • Course: General Chemistry Laboratory (CH 227) Instructor-Ran Lab, Held Office Hours, Graded 1
  • Assisted supervisor during lectures, graded course-work, created exercises and study-guides, and held office hours
  • Attend all lectures, hold office hours, teach weekly sections and perform all necessary grading.
  • Hold office hours for students to come for assistance on their papers or statistics assignments.
  • Graded student papers, held office hours, and led a discussion section every week.
  • Received 9/10 score in final student feedback survey pertaining to the helpfulness of the office hours
  • Tutored lab students during office hours and helped guide them through analysis of laboratory write-ups.
  • Attended lab preparation sessions; held office hours, and graded written and practical examinations.
  • Hold office hours for students to come in to discuss class and other related questions.
  • Lead weekly sections and office hours, and create solution materials for Statistics 104.
  • Led sections and office hours to assist student projects using AERMOD and PMF software.
  • Maintained daily office hours, while working as a software development intern concurrently.
  • Lead section discussion sections, grade homework and tests, and hold office hours

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8. Lab Equipment

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Here's how Lab Equipment is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Helped 28 students complete lab activitiesGraded lab projects and maintained lab equipment
  • Conducted lab presentation, lab demonstration and led graduate assistants to perform the lab studies Demonstrated the proper usage of Lab equipment
  • Evaluated student performance, grade students labs/exams/quizzes Responsible for maintenance and set up/ tear down of lab equipment for classes.
  • Supervised and guided students working with lab equipment.
  • 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.

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9. Organic Chemistry

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Here's how Organic Chemistry is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Mentored students in general chemistry laboratory experiments and taught basic and specialized concepts within general and organic chemistry.
  • Supervised students in various organic chemistry laboratory experiments, emphasizing safety and keeping a complete scientific notebook.
  • Assisted teaching assistant to teach undergraduate general chemistry, organic chemistry and nursing laboratory experiments and lectures.
  • Worked alongside faculty coordinators to develop and improve organic chemistry laboratory curriculum for students.
  • Led bi-weekly discussion sections for undergraduate students in organic chemistry courses.
  • Lectured and supervised undergraduate students in organic chemistry laboratory techniques.
  • Served as an instructor for undergraduate organic chemistry laboratory.
  • Prepared, lectured, and graded organic chemistry labs for undergraduates.
  • Lead two sections of non-majors organic chemistry for two quarters.
  • Graduate level course work in synthetic organic chemistry.
  • Lecture classes: general chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, forensic chemistry, and biochemistry I.
  • Graduate student earning Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry.

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10. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Design guided inquiry laboratory lectures and lessons to facilitate active student learning and critical thinking for laboratory experiments.
  • Mastered classroom organization to focus more on student learning and to ensure high engagement from 100% of students.
  • Supported planning and execution of four large-scale student learning showcase events to host 250+ families and stakeholders.
  • Track and use student learning data to inform instructional/ program decisions.
  • Evaluated student progress and provided feedback to improve student learning.
  • Evaluated all assignments and assessed student learning.
  • Identified and met student learning outcomes.
  • Guided student learning through discussion facilitation, lesson planning and feedback on graded assignments/papers.

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11. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Developed curricula for introductory classes in popular culture studies, fantasy literature, detective fiction, and three levels of composition.
  • Completed a consultancy for the World Bank - a literature review exploring the regulation of private hospitals in Asia.
  • Course variety included freshmen composition, English Grammar, American literature survey, and Writing for Business and Industry.
  • Planned, taught and tracked student success in two sections of 7th grade literature and artistic electives.
  • Designed and taught one seminar per quarter to 25 students in Writing and Literature survey courses.
  • Developed and taught courses in 19th and 20th Century English and 20th Century international literature.
  • Designed and implemented 7th grade literature curricula in conjunction with two other Teaching Fellows.
  • Craft assignments unique to my section, including literature selection and paper construction.
  • Designed a syllabus that taught business writing, literature and research.
  • Lead problem solving sessions or discussions of primary literature and concepts.
  • Instructed culture, literature, and composition classes.
  • Design and teach courses in writing and literature.
  • Review and evaluate related works of literature.
  • Well versed in English literature3.
  • Designed curriculum as instructor and TA for introductory courses in theater history, dramatic literature, playwriting, and critical writing.
  • Edit students' papers; encourage students to analyze literature critically and creatively and develop a strong authorial voice.
  • designed and taught classes on writing and literature that students raved about and colleagues commended
  • Served as Acquisitions Editor for Romance Notes, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Designed syllabi and taught first year composition and literature courses*Held regular student conferences*Attended department teaching seminars to maintain highest professional standards
  • Created and presented lectures on acting theory and dramatic literature Taught 3 classes attended by over 160 students Mentored over 40 students

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12. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Developed and taught Introduction to Cognitive Psychology and Research Methods lab
  • Facilitated psychology based discussions among inmates (2-4)
  • Assisted professors in instruction, grading and record-keeping for the following courses: Psychology 450, Psychology 303, and Psychology 202
  • Served on a committee to review and recommend the textbook to be used for future sections of Introduction to Psychology.
  • Tutored University of Oregon student-athletes in English, writing, history, sociology, psychology, and political science.
  • Teach the lab component of the Intro to Psychology class; hold office hours; grade weekly lab reports
  • Advised and taught Master Level graduate School Psychology and Counseling students, taught counseling classes: Multi-Cultural Counseling.
  • Assisted in teaching, tutoring students and mentoring an introductory psychology course (PSYC 001).
  • Sole instructor for two sections of Introductory Psychology for two semesters to undergraduate students.
  • Experience teaching Cognitive Psychology, Visual and Spatial Cognition, and Abnormal Psychology.
  • Prepare for and teach the weekly lab portion of the Psychology 100 class.
  • Group leader for the Psychology 293 Statistics and Formal Writing class.
  • Designed and delivered psychology courses and complex research studies.
  • Lectured for the Psychology of Learning course.
  • Completed several classes toward licensure, including Instruction of Effective Methods and Education Psychology and Human Development.
  • Instructed 20 students in each of 2-3 introductory psychology laboratory sessions Assessed and provided feedback on weekly student assignments Margaret A.
  • Teach various courses in psychology department (e.g., lifespan, developmental psychology, general psychology, etc.
  • Developed and led weekly discussion and lab sections Designed experimental psychology and neuroimaging lab materials
  • Fall, 2013) Taught Psychology 222: Learning and Memory course to 35 undergraduate students.
  • conducted Aids Research for the Psychology Faculty as part of a Research Grant of Drs.StevenHobfoll and Anita Jackson of Kent State.

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13. Laboratory Sections

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Here's how Laboratory Sections is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Supervised and graded two physical laboratory sections containing 15 students each.
  • Led student discussion and laboratory sections
  • Served as a teaching fellow for undergraduate and graduate courses, including laboratory sections.
  • Managed 3 laboratory sections per term for the Introductory Physics sequence.
  • Delivered weekly lecture and oversaw teaching assistants during 2-4 simultaneous laboratory sections.
  • Supervised two laboratory sections that investigated transport phenomena and delivered a lecture on modeling using finite element methods.

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14. Course Materials

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Here's how Course Materials is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Prepared course materials including laboratory experiments, exams, and homework.
  • Assisted professors in developing course materials, including written assignments, readings, lecture slides, and student blogs.
  • Developed course materials and lab activities, graded all assignments, and organized online course materials.
  • Developed new course materials and guided learning through lectures, discussions, and critical thinking.
  • Created syllabus, course materials, and lectured students on intellectual property laws and regulations.
  • Prepared course materials and lessons on writing an autobiography, biography, and research paper.
  • Developed innovative course materials for adult learners (including non-native English speakers).
  • Helped instructor in preparing course materials, answer keys and supplementary notes.
  • Teach undergraduate students of basic Microeconomics; Prepare course materials and notes.
  • Assisted students both inside and outside the classroom with course materials.
  • Developed the course syllabus/course materials and conducted quizzes and exams.
  • Grade all papers, exams, and other course materials.
  • Prepared and delivered course materials and handouts.
  • Led weekly undergraduate discussion and lab sections Assisted with the preparation and evaluation of course materials, lectures, and exams
  • Designed syllabi, assigned relevant course materials, and graded papers for over 15 classes.

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15. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Covered organic chemistry, organic chemistry laboratory techniques, chemical biology, introductory chemistry, and introductory biology.
  • Instructed multiple discussion sections about the basic principles of cellular biology by reviewing key biological experiments
  • Designed lab curriculum and investigations based on expected Biology Department outcomes.
  • Created cutting edge research experiments and activities for Cesar Chavez Public Charter Middle School *Prepared students for college level biology classes
  • Led discussions, introduced projects, graded assignments, and explained concepts and techniques of Microbiology.
  • Lectured on epidemiological methodology and methods to ~30 undergraduates in the Biology of Global Health course.
  • Used hands on training and practical methods to enable the young ambitious students to love biology.
  • Received Masters certification for Biology, Grades 7-12, from Pace Graduate School of Education.
  • Developed invention disclosures and initial claim language in product design, biology, and chemistry.
  • Assisted a graduate student in running a General Microbiology lab for 19 undergraduate students.
  • Teach undergraduate biology laboratory course or lecture course under the JHU-Loyola Teaching Fellows Program.
  • Awarded Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year by the Department of Biology.
  • Graded weekly assignments and exams on the topic of computational biology.
  • Instructed two lab sections of cell biology for 50 undergraduates.
  • Instructed undergraduate students in the basic principles of cell biology.
  • Instruct two classes of Biology at a private boarding school.
  • Planned and taught four sessions of Biology each day.
  • Prepared lecture material and taught 200 freshmen biology students.
  • Lectured and assisted in numerous Botany and Biology courses.
  • Supervised students during laboratory procedures and thoroughly addressed any questions that arose pertaining to the central dogma of biology.

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16. Topics

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Here's how Topics is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Developed 17 new lessons, demonstrations and activities that linked my graduate research to topics covered in the high school STEM curriculum
  • Provided the opportunity for in-depth, group study of contemporary theological topics based on selected writings of the ancient Church.
  • Conduct tutoring sessions covering topics Python, Data Mining, SQL, Web Scrapping, Data Visualization.
  • Prepared, lectured on hydrology topics, and oversaw experiments for the laboratory component of the class.
  • Collaborated with nine scholars to construct curriculum, lecture topics, grading scales, and assessments.
  • Researched and facilitated the workshops listed above on various topics in higher education.
  • Help develop the small group activities and discussion topics.
  • Fielded student questions on select topics.
  • Designed upper division special topics course.
  • Led a separate weekly discussion group with undergraduates on topics covered in the Climate Change Lawcourse.
  • Organized panel discussions on teaching relevant topics (co-teaching, diversity, etc.

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17. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Created lesson plans through OWL Curriculum and lead daily small groups and differentiated instruction -Administered quarterly assessments.
  • Instructed small groups of students in remedial math, reading, and social studies.
  • Assist students individually and in small groups during office hours and tutor hours.
  • Assemble small groups and engage students in conversation centered around English.
  • supervised small groups of masters-level counseling students to develop basic counseling skills.
  • Lead teams of small groups of children (ages 9-14) through various program elements Curriculum development and implementation Community Outreach

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18. Theory

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Here's how Theory is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Proof carried out by applying the theory of general relativity and advanced techniques of differential geometry and partial differential equations.
  • Delivered 70+ presentations of economic theory with applications to business.
  • Teach two courses in the fall and in the spring, three for music theory fundamentals and one for chromatic harmony.
  • Directed MA in Archaeological Field Practice, taught undergraduate classes in archaeological theory, and ran dissertation and long essay workshops.
  • Assumed full responsibility in teaching two regular lectures of ENEE 680 (Electromagnetic Theory) in Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
  • Lecture and lead seminars that explore world history, international relations theory, security studies, and globalization.
  • Managed student projects to ensure a conscious connection between community service, political action, and feminist theory.
  • Acted as sole instructor for 3 lab sections per term in first-year music theory and aural skills.
  • Completed courses in teaching and learning theory and best practices in instructional methods.
  • Graduate teaching fellow, Theory Department -Aural Skills Class instructions (Undergraduate level)
  • Course: ENG-SCI 255 Detection and Estimation Theory and Applications.
  • Work with tutors to prepare, propose, and present papers at regional and national conferences on writing center theory and practice
  • Self-designed a course, entitled, Performance Theory and Cultural Practices Cross-listed in Dance, Gender Studies and Ethnic Studies.
  • Finance: Financial Economics, Empirical Finance, Mathematical Finance, Market Microstructure Theory, Corporate Finance.
  • Led instruction in courses that include microeconomics, econometrics, and game theory.
  • Tutored college students in introductory music theory.Gifft Hill School and New England Youth Theatre

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19. Principles

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Here's how Principles is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Instructed undergraduate science students and medical students on critical appraisal skills, preventing health inequities and applying epidemiological principles.
  • Assisted and advised students on public health and epidemiological principles.
  • Reviewed biological principles and demonstrated laboratory techniques.
  • Answer questions and explain scientific principles in both oral and written formats.
  • Adapted flexible curriculum centered on the Elements & Principles of Design.
  • Help students develop a better understanding of basic dynamics principles.
  • Course content included organizational structures, interviewing and presentational skills training, and persuasion principles and techniques.
  • Led foundational courses in investigating concepts and principles of two-dimensional design, visual organization, color, and drawing.
  • Motivated student interest in Hispanic languages & cultures by researching best principles and practices.
  • Provided teaching support for graduate level course, "Principles of Genetic Epidemiology II".
  • Created curriculum based on Design Thinking principles.

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20. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Trained staff in targeted professional/curriculum development to support students with special needs as the co-creator of the Special Populations Cohort.
  • Committed to raising the academic achievement of children in high-poverty communities and/ or children with special needs.
  • Assist students with instructional support for special needs students in academics, behavior and positive development in elementary and secondary classrooms.
  • Provided additional assistance to students with special needs that included non-English-speaking students and those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Assisted special needs & behavioral modification educators teaching students with disabilities and/or behavior problems in a K-8 educational environment.
  • Provided customized assistance to children with a variety of special needs and contributed in optimizing learner engagement.

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21. Research Projects

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Here's how Research Projects is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Designed and implemented laboratory experiments and research projects in physiology and behavioral biology for both small and large group projects.
  • Required impartial and careful assessment of extensive written work, including examinations, research projects, and expository writing.
  • Executed qualitative and quantitative research projects and administered the U-LEAD Program
  • Second semester: guiding students in carrying out individual research projects, preparing them for autonomous research beyond undergraduate studies.
  • Engaged students in the design and implemented of lessons, classroom environment plans, and action research projects.
  • Assisted undergraduate students develop field research projects including design, data collection, analysis, and reporting.
  • Assisted SSA staff with research projects related to how various academic factors impacted graduation rates for student-athletes.
  • Devised, conducted, and presented multiple research projects on urban youth aggression and risk behavior.
  • Designed experiments, drafted budgets, and submitted proposals to acquire funding for research projects.
  • Attend classes regularly, track attendance, grade quizzes and library research projects.
  • Prepared discussion outlines and in-class activities, and oversaw student research projects.
  • Lectured and assisted in teaching, graded and led field research projects.
  • Guide the formulation and analysis process for the final research projects.
  • Retrieved, compiled, and analyzed data for ongoing research projects.
  • Defined and managed research projects for 2 master's students.
  • Worked in collaboration with senior professors on various research projects.
  • Organized and evaluated students' research projects.
  • Teach Econometrics and Supervise twelve undergraduate research projects.
  • Supervised and guided two senior honors undergraduate research projects, University of Vermont (2006 & 2007).
  • Mentor Assist lead teacher with projects given to students Help the students understand the research projects Encourage students to express their ideas

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22. Co-Taught

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Here's how Co-Taught is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Co-planned project-based and technology-based curricula and co-taught with an experienced mentor teacher.
  • Observed and co-taught over 200 hours of instruction; taught all classes for over 180 hours as part of certification requirements.
  • Summer 2008 and 2009 - Co-taught college preparatory U.S. History with a master teacher (2008).
  • Direct taught and co-taught apprenticeship classes emphasizing 21st century skills.
  • Observed and co-taught with a tenured teacher during his eighth grade algebra class.

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23. Review Sessions

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Here's how Review Sessions is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Refined public speaking and instructional skills through classroom lecturing and supplemental review sessions.
  • Conducted independent review sessions in preparation for exams to reinforce course material.
  • Participated in simulation exercises, graded assignments and conducted review sessions.
  • Tutored individually and led review sessions.
  • Assisted new law students with understanding first-year survey subjects via regular review sessions and individual instruction upon request.
  • Assist the professor in all grading processes and hold review sessions for the students.
  • Reviewed concepts presented in lecture and lab, and led review sessions.
  • Involved in conducting review sessions, software training and grading assignments.
  • Planned and led review sessions in conjunction with other teaching fellows.
  • Instructed weekly review sessions for 20 - 30 undergraduates.
  • Conducted review sessions for midterm and final exams.
  • Guided students through homework problems dealing with management of solid and hazardous waste Taught review sessions and answered questions regarding complex material
  • Assist undergraduate students in entry level geology classes Provide review sessions Assist in preparation and teaching of lab curriculum
  • Attend lectures Lead review sessions Teach one lecture Help grade assignments and exams

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24. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Coordinated with Teaching Fellows and Teaching Assistants to determine allotment and grading distribution of homework assignments.
  • Graded and provided constructive feedback on homework assignments, critical writing assignments and examinations.
  • Supervised daytime and nighttime laboratory experiments as well as grading exams and homework assignments.
  • Maintained scheduled weekly office hours for students and provided assistance on homework assignments.
  • Assist students in completing their homework assignments
  • Managed student questions in class and through email and graded bi-weekly homework assignments for a class of 130 students.
  • Prepared homework assignments, PowerPoint lectures as well as in-class assignments to test student's knowledge of subject matter.
  • Utilized technical knowledge to grade weekly homework assignments for a process control class of 60+ students.
  • Graded homework assignments and tests, and recorded student performance and progress.
  • Supervised students in final projects, graded exams and weekly homework assignments.
  • Assisted students with their homework problems and graded homework assignments.
  • Helped students to solve homework assignments.
  • Graded exams and homework assignments.
  • Assisted students (K-12) with homework assignments Educated students in math and science by implementing program(s) curriculum
  • Assisted faculty in strengthening concepts presented in lectures and recitations during office hours * Graded all homework assignments and quizzes
  • Graded exams, homework assignments, study projects and provide feedbacks to students.
  • Graded homework assignments and exams Led weekly labs
  • Coordinated student and clinic schedules Graded weekly homework assignments and answered student questions Received Department Undergraduate Teaching Fellow of the Year Award
  • Hold office hours to assist students with completing laboratory activities and homework assignments + Proctor laboratory sessions and grade students laboratory assignments

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25. Physiology

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Here's how Physiology is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Completed analysis and processing of blood samples in an applied physiology laboratory.
  • Facilitate laboratory component of Human Physiology series.
  • Lectured physiology ad pharmacology to undergraduates.
  • Graduate research into cardiovascular electrophysiology disturbances including atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, bradycardia and tachycardia.
  • Involved in teaching two courses - Biomedical Measurements & Engineering Physiology (60 undergraduate juniors)
  • Prepared lesson plans and experiments for undergraduate biological laboratories including Human Anatomy/Physiology and Medical Microbiology

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26. Continuous Feedback

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Here's how Continuous Feedback is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Participated in rigorous field training program focused on continuous feedback and practice-based learning, specializing in serving high-need populations.
  • Participated in a rigorous, Common Core aligned training program utilizing continuous feedback and practice based learning.
  • Participated in a rigorous training program that focuses on continuous feedback and practice-based learning.
  • Accepted into a rigorous training program, focusing on continuous feedback and practice-based learning.
  • Advanced in extensive pedagogy after completing pre-service rigorous training program focusing on continuous feedback and practice -based learning.
  • Participated in a rigorous, Common Core-aligned training program utilizing continuous feedback and practice-based learning !

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27. Calculus

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Here's how Calculus is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Teach Probability, Statistics, Calculus; collaborate with students on problem solving and idea sharing; provide teaching advice.
  • Tutored students in math classes (Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, II, and III, and Differential Equations).
  • Assisted the professor and graduate-level TA during lecture of calculus-based physics course aimed at first- and second-year undergraduates.
  • Course taught include Calculus, Discrete Math, Algebra, Statistics.
  • Substitute taught numerous courses including pre-Calculus, Spanish, AP Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics courses.
  • Completed Graduate Teaching Fellow training program Taught Precalculus to undergraduates.
  • Teach Calculus , Investment and Banking , Intermediate Macroeconomics and Corporate Finance .

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28. Economics

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Here's how Economics is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Conducted research in the areas of applied microeconomics and industrial organization.
  • Graded and tutored students in introductory and intermediate level economics courses
  • Co-led graduate seminar discussions, graded papers and taught development economics session for course The Foundations and Evolution of the International System
  • Learned intensive Dutch in order to become Professor of law and economics (instructed in Dutch) to university students.
  • Composed and presented lectures for introductory microeconomics courses (3 sections, Class sizes: 45-50).
  • Graded and served as a teaching assistant for courses in undergraduate labor economics and forecasting.
  • Served as grader, teaching assistant, and independent instructor for undergraduate economics courses.
  • Assist Professor on the assessment of assignments in the Engineering Economics Course.
  • Engaged in seminars on Israeli politics, economics and society.
  • Scheduled to teach Intermediate Macroeconomics for Spring 2017.
  • Educated students from various backgrounds including engineering, economics, biology, Earth science, and computer science.
  • Teach lecture for undergraduate economics course.

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29. Philosophy

average Demand
Here's how Philosophy is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Selected for special award from the Department of Philosophy
  • Participated in conferences, professional development and summer enrichment experiences that enriched myinstructional philosophy and techniques.
  • Course: Introduction to Philosophy with Dr. Harrison Kleiner.
  • Led a number of introductory and advanced philosophy lecture courses under close faculty supervision.
  • Provided instruction within introductory and upper-division philosophy courses.
  • Assisted tenured professor in teaching freshman level philosophy courses.

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30. ELA

low Demand
Here's how ELA is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Fostered an improved self-confidence and enjoyment of the subject matter in numerous students by creating a relaxed, well-organized learning environment.
  • Provided GIS-related assistance to students and developed online tutorials which allowed students to develop their own ArcPad applications.
  • Supported staff in family and community engagement initiatives; including phone calls and relationship building with school partners
  • Developed curriculum and, taught and supervised graduate assistants and teaching fellows in several laboratory-related courses annually.
  • Attended workshops, orientations, and lectures related to educational issues including diversity and differentiation
  • Develop relationships with regional staff and school personnel to maintain student-level data sharing agreements.
  • Cultivated relationships with local and out-of-state nonprofit organizations, including well-established and start-ups.
  • Fostered meaningful relationships among students through student field-trip retreats and team-work projects.
  • Led weekly discussions, corrected undergraduate papers and helped elaborate and grade examinations
  • Developed strong relationships and communication with families from all backgrounds.
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with teachers and administrators.
  • Maintained professional yet personable relationships with coworkers and students.
  • Design and implement ELA curriculum for the MCAS exam to prepare students who may have large gaps in their educational career.
  • Instructed and mentored 6th grade students in ELA, math, academic improvement, leadership development, and 21st century skills.
  • Selected as part of 10% of applicants to raise student achievement through the inaugural cohort of the Relay Summer Experience.
  • Developed and led ELA lessons at the 8th grade level, with an emphasis on critical reading and literary analysis.
  • Mastered fourth grade ELA content to prepare students for a successful school year and to prevent summer learning loss.
  • Evaluated student skills in correlation with specified guidelines, which speaks to my ability to manage and evaluate employees.
  • Provided in-class instruction to 50-60 undergraduate students each semester in the fields of International Relations and Comparative Politics.
  • Maintained contact with and built relationships with the families of two teams of 10-12 eighth grade students.

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31. Social Studies

low Demand
Here's how Social Studies is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Lead classroom instruction for special needs and general education students in literacy, writing, math, social studies and science.
  • Led classes in the subjects of science, social studies, English, math and nutrition in an outdoor classroom setting.
  • Team taught with experienced teacher in Social Studies and Language Arts and implemented own Social Studies lesson plans.
  • Provided teaching support in other subject areas such as Literacy, Math and Social Studies.
  • Planned and delivered 7th and 8th grade social studies and English Language Arts lessons.
  • Created and executed lesson plans for Social Studies and English Language Arts classes.
  • Create and implement 8th grade Social Studies lessons.
  • Plan and teach social studies and science.
  • Instructed 6th grade class in English, math, science, and social studies subjects.
  • Developed and implemented ESL and Dual Language curriculums for Math, Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Writing.

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32. Bronx

low Demand
Here's how Bronx is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Instructed over 100 high school students in a high need school in the Bronx.
  • Field Training Completed at Bronx Leadership Academy II High School (X527).
  • Assisted full-time Bronx Zoo instructors with lesson planning and materials development.
  • Completed 10 week student teaching role at high need middle school in the South Bronx.
  • Tutored Algebra 1 to freshmen students one- on-two daily at DeWitt Clinton High School in Bronx, NY.

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33. Public Schools

low Demand
Here's how Public Schools is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Collaborated with artists in the public schools teaching children first through fifth grades.
  • Observed and assisted in classrooms throughout Seattle Public Schools.

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34. Data Analysis

low Demand
Here's how Data Analysis is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Provided in-class instruction to graduate students enrolled in Applied Data Analysis and Multiple Regression
  • Managed data entry and conducted data analysis to assess effectiveness of recruitment efforts.
  • Help undergraduates with wet lab and data analysis techniques as well as conceptual understanding of principles in chemistry.
  • Guided 58 students through laboratory procedures and assisted them in lab performance and data analysis.
  • Conducted class sections and graded assignments for courses on teacher quality and data analysis
  • Facilitated monthly trainings for 9 campus leads to design/evaluate curriculum, use data analysis, and manage campus role.

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35. Ethics

low Demand
Here's how Ethics is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Build and deliver curriculum for interdisciplinary core class focused on environmental ethics and career development.
  • Created various editable documents for educator ethics violations review committee.
  • Paired Mississippi Educator Code of Ethics with National Model Code of Ethics for Educators (MCEE).
  • Provided teaching support for graduate level seminar, Seminar on Research Ethics.
  • Collected, analyzed, and created data reports on educator ethics violations.
  • Summarized ethics violation case files for review committee.
  • Established a clinic to ensure participant's overall understanding of the rules and ethics of playing organizedsports.
  • Led class discussions for an Ethics in Biomedical Research course required of graduate students.

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36. Powerpoint

low Demand
Here's how Powerpoint is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Created monthly curriculum plans and designed engaging presentations with PowerPoint.
  • Designed and developed weekly PowerPoint presentations for classroom delivery.
  • Create and execute lessons along with coordinating PowerPoint presentations.
  • Conduct homework help sessions Transcribe handwritten lecture to PowerPoint
  • Utilized technology in the classroom: current event discussion boards, audio and video material, instructional PowerPoint presentations.
  • Created PowerPoints for lectures & graded all assignments.
  • Prepared course material including class activities, powerpoint presentations, exams and homework.
  • Led teaching team, designed and delivered in-class exercises and Powerpoint lectures.
  • Maintain course web site Prepare and present lectures in PowerPoint Maintain Excel spreadsheet for grading

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37. Rhetoric

low Demand
Here's how Rhetoric is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Job Responsibilities: Teach three sections of College Composition and Rhetoric per academic year.
  • Planned course activities for Rhetoric and Composition courses, both in-class and online.
  • Instructed multiple sections of undergraduate rhetoric and writing courses.
  • Designed and presented grammar and rhetoric workshops.
  • Course taught: Composition and Rhetoric (Comp II, ENGL 1102 R 28) Created curricula and comprehensive lesson plans.
  • Teach introductory composition and rhetoric courses.

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38. Intro

low Demand
Here's how Intro is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Led peers through safe instruction of organic and general chemistry labs* Introduced excitement about chemical synthesis, separation, and spectroscopy
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure and administered all grades in this introductory division undergraduate course.
  • Prepared course lectures and developed laboratory exercises for Introduction to Biological Science Laboratory I and II.
  • Conducted section meetings, graded papers and lectured before entire class for introductory anthropology courses.
  • Assisted students in rock identification for introductory and igneous and metamorphic petrology labs.
  • Assisted a college-level introductory engineering summer course for high school students
  • Provide supplementary instruction to an introductory earth science course.
  • Designed and led Undergraduate-level Introduction to Poetry writing workshop.
  • Lead weekly discussion classes for introductory archaeology courses.
  • Assisted professors with large scale introductory history lectures.
  • Introduced biological concepts and outlined laboratory procedures.
  • Teach introductory laboratories and evaluate student labs.
  • Course taught at the undergraduate level: Introduction to Criminal Justice; Juvenile Justice; Criminal Procedure II and Evidence
  • Developed and taught curriculum that introduced middle school and high school students to the dramatic and poetic arts.
  • Assisted and taught a class of 200 and two labs of 25 in introduction to American Federal Government.
  • Lead multiple lab sections per term and gave one guest lecture for introductory courses in the geological sciences.
  • Assisted professor in teaching, grading, tutoring, and mentoring Introduction to Engineering Design for 3 semesters.
  • Assisted with instructional responsibilities and provide effective support for students in STAT E-50/STAT E-100: Introduction to Statistics.
  • Introduce engineering design process; design, analysis, and optimization as part of the course.
  • Developed three innovative 6-week curricula introducing middle-school students to chemistry, physics, and computer science.

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39. Lab Reports

low Demand
Here's how Lab Reports is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Monitored and administered examinations as well as assessed performance through exams and lab reports.
  • Presented background information required for successful lab completion, prepared weekly quizzes, and graded lab reports.
  • Helped to assess new methods for grading and writing organic chemistry lab reports.
  • Graded lab reports and projects, and physics and astronomy exams.
  • Assess students understanding of the material through weekly lab reports.
  • Reviewed concepts with students, graded lab reports and exams.
  • Graded lab reports and kept student records.
  • Conducted pre-lab discussions on proper lab technique; proctored exams; graded quizzes and lab reports.

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40. ESL

low Demand
Here's how ESL is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Conducted some ESL teacher training classes with local Saudi teachers.
  • Excelled in teaching ESL students.
  • Specialized in working with ESL and NNS students; spoke at district conferences on effective ELL education in the Writing Center.
  • Provided instruction to ESL students in conversation, reading, and writing classes from beginner to advanced levels.
  • Assisted department head in establishing daily schedules, curriculum and ESL activities.
  • Worked closely with ESL students by helping them set realistic writing goals.

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41. Anatomy

low Demand
Here's how Anatomy is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Instructed Anatomy and Physiology laboratories.
  • EXPERIENCE Graduate level Teaching Fellowship for lab course in Gross Anatomy.
  • Provided instructions to undergraduate pharmacy students in teaching Biochemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Medicinal chemistry and Biomedical Sciences labs.
  • Developed expanded communication and teaching skills on explaining the human anatomy and its functions to achieve student understanding and patient education.
  • Mentored and directed weekly study sessions for first year physical therapy students, emphasizing clinical and functional anatomy course content.
  • Complete a critical self-assessment and course review in order to develop and communicate suggestions for improvement in teaching human anatomy.

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42. Academic Performance

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

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43. Group Discussions

low Demand
Here's how Group Discussions is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Mentored students via individual and group discussions and projects to develop professional and personable relationships with students and mentor teachers.
  • Conducted qualitative research through interviews, observations and focus group discussions.
  • Created an interactive, collaborative classroom environment composed of in-class workshops, group discussions and projects.
  • Assist the professor in teaching the course by addressing student questions and running small group discussions.
  • Led group discussions on literature and class material.
  • Led group discussions and prepared a lecture.
  • Graded Graduate Students' Research Papers Helped facilitate Graduate Students' Group Discussions

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44. K-12

low Demand
Here's how K-12 is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Awarded a GK-12 fellowship to share geology content and research expertise and inquiry-based science in an at risk Phoenix middle school
  • Received passing scores on the Special Education K-12 Content Knowledge and English Language Arts Content Knowledge PRAXIS II exams.
  • Developed K-12 science and math curricula with 12 schools and 1,300+ students.
  • Participated in yearlong workshop on pedagogy and teaching skills Presented integration into the classroom at GK-12 national meeting
  • Provided teaching mentorship and new science teaching models and training to K-12 outreach students and teachers.
  • Completed four years of "hands on" learning and observation at all levels of education, K-12.

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45. Discussion Sessions

low Demand
Here's how Discussion Sessions is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Developed learning objectives and led teaching lessons for 30 undergraduate students in discussion sessions
  • Facilitated discussion sessions for over 100 students to reinforce and clarify material taught in lecture.
  • Led discussion sessions of a college level statistics course.
  • Instructed weekly discussion sessions of 20 to 30 students to supplement general chemistrylecture with problem sets and quizzes covering information from lecture
  • Lead discussion sessions once a week in support of professor's lecture Responsible for developing and grading homework sets
  • Handled discussion sessions to strengthen the conceptual understanding of the students in Digital Logic Design and introduce practical applications

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46. Blackboard

low Demand
Here's how Blackboard is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Used Blackboard Learn to monitor student progress and provide direction and support as needed.
  • Graded and posted exams and papers using Blackboard.
  • Experienced with Blackboard, Finale Music Notation Software, Powerpoint, Microsoft Office.
  • 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.
  • Corresponded with students on Blackboard or related inter-campus communication system.

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47. Data Collection

low Demand
Here's how Data Collection is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Developed experimental design and methods of data collection for each investigation.
  • Managed and supervised data collection team of 6-8 researchers.
  • Complete data collection in an appropriate and timely manner.
  • Monitored the improvements in laboratory protocols/ techniques and recommended changes in methods accordingly to improve efficiency of data collection.
  • Research involved data collection and analysis using customized signal processing integrated with acoustic and medical instrumentation.
  • Performed experimental design and application, remote and quantitative data collection, effects analyses and speculation.

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48. Genetics

low Demand
Here's how Genetics is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Help students understand difficult genetics concepts on problem sets to prepare them for future exams.

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49. IEP

low Demand
Here's how IEP is used in Teaching Fellow jobs:
  • Work one on one with students in need of additional support and services based on a student's assessments and IEP.
  • Participated in Individualized Education Program(IEP) meetings for students with special needs and disabilities.
  • Maintained IEP s and coordinated with my supervisor so that students would get appropriate services.
  • Served as campus translator for Spanish-speaking families, IEP meetings, and data records.
  • Developed trimester progress reports in IEP s for students in math, reading, and writing using eSTAR.
  • Participated in student IEPs, teacher collaboration, and led mental health seminars.
  • Assisted lead teacher with daily routines Participated in IEP meetings and goal writing
  • Support first shift staff through push-ins Counsel students with behavioral management problem and IEPs.

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50. Gender

low Demand
Here's how Gender is used in Teaching Fellow 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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20 Most Common Skill for a Teaching Fellow

Curriculum Development12.8%
Classroom Management11.4%
Undergraduate Courses11.3%
Lesson Plans8.4%
Mathematics6.5%
Course Syllabus6%
Office Hours5.2%
Lab Equipment4.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Teaching Fellow

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
10.5%
10.5%
2
2
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
9.3%
9.3%
3
3
Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
9.2%
9.2%
4
4
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
6.9%
6.9%
5
5
Mathematics
Mathematics
5.3%
5.3%
6
6
Course Syllabus
Course Syllabus
4.9%
4.9%
7
7
Office Hours
Office Hours
4.2%
4.2%
8
8
Lab Equipment
Lab Equipment
4%
4%
9
9
Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Student Learning
Student Learning
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
Literature
Literature
2.7%
2.7%
12
12
Psychology
Psychology
2.6%
2.6%
13
13
Laboratory Sections
Laboratory Sections
2.5%
2.5%
14
14
Course Materials
Course Materials
2.4%
2.4%
15
15
Biology
Biology
2.3%
2.3%
16
16
Topics
Topics
2.2%
2.2%
17
17
Small Groups
Small Groups
1.9%
1.9%
18
18
Theory
Theory
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Principles
Principles
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Research Projects
Research Projects
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Co-Taught
Co-Taught
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Review Sessions
Review Sessions
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Physiology
Physiology
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Continuous Feedback
Continuous Feedback
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Calculus
Calculus
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Economics
Economics
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Philosophy
Philosophy
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
ELA
ELA
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Social Studies
Social Studies
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Bronx
Bronx
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Public Schools
Public Schools
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Ethics
Ethics
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Rhetoric
Rhetoric
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Intro
Intro
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Lab Reports
Lab Reports
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
ESL
ESL
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Anatomy
Anatomy
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Academic Performance
Academic Performance
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Group Discussions
Group Discussions
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
K-12
K-12
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Discussion Sessions
Discussion Sessions
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Blackboard
Blackboard
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Data Collection
Data Collection
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Genetics
Genetics
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
IEP
IEP
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Gender
Gender
0.4%
0.4%

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