The application cycle for the 2022 CTL TA Awards competition opens Monday, February 7, 2022. Winners will be announced at the 6th Annual TA and Future Faculty Awards Day Ceremony, which will be held on Wednesday, April 20, 2022 (4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.). Thank you for your interest.
When we use the word ‘teaching’ in this application, we mean any task or duty that involves grading, virtual office hours, web-based synchronous lecture/lab/recitation instruction, responding to students on a discussion board, or generally any other work in which you interact with a student in an academic manner. Your duties performed as a teaching assistant are considered teaching. Many of these questions ask you to describe your teaching experiences. Some of you may have teaching experiences at other places or with on-campus courses that have an online component; however, when you answer the questions in this application, please only describe your teaching experiences in courses at Georgia Tech where instruction takes place fully online.*
*Courses are considered fully online when all or nearly all of the class sessions are delivered via web-based technologies. Generally, if at least 95% of class time is spent online, a course is considered fully online. These courses do not require students to travel to a classroom for regular instruction; however, the course might require students to travel to a site to attend an orientation, to take exams, or similar activities. This award does exclude hybrid or flipped-classroom courses where students are required to meet with instructors or TAs at a physical location on a regular basis.