Engineering Instructional Aides Teaching Orientation

New engineering undergraduate instructional aides (IAs) are REQUIRED to attend a teaching orientation.
Orientation includes a half-day of interactive sessions on teaching, followed by a practice teaching session later that week.

For new IAs, your training will consist of 3-4 parts:
1. Online pre-orientation modules to be completed before January 14, 2020. Click here to access to the modules – you must be logged in, and enrolled in the canvas site, to complete the quizzes.
2. In-person orientation on January 14 (please register below). Please bring your MCard to orientation.
3. A practice teaching session on January 15 or 16 (which you select upon registering for orientation).
4. If you are a new IA from the EECS department, or a new GSI, ongoing professional development needs to be completed during the semester (see here for more information).

For questions about requirements, please contact Krista Quinn <> from the Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education. Any new IA who does not complete the training and on-going professional development requirement will not be allowed to serve as a College of Engineering IA in future terms.

Registration is closed. You can still register on-site in the NCRC Building 18 lobby at 4pm.

Winter 2020 Orientation Details
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
4:15 pm – 8:35 pm
North Campus Research Complex, Building 18 
       Frequently asked questions
       Event Information

   Registration is closed, but you can still register on-site in the NCRC Building 18 lobby at 4pm.

   To view the orientation agenda, click here. 

   Materials from the engineering IA teaching orientation can be found here.