Information regarding students, including their grades, is federally protected. Follow the links below to learn how to ensure you are following the law.
We generally expect students to submit only their own, original work. But sometimes students are not sure about the rules surrounding plagiarism and other breaches of academic integrity, or sometimes they are familiar with the rules and go beyond them anyway. Follow the links below to learn more about the rules and how to foster a sense of academic integrity on the part of your students.
See also our page on Classroom Environment for more information on Academic Integrity.
It can be very difficult to know the limits of what can and can't be given, shared, or shown to your students. Follow the links below for guidance on respecting copyright.
As a TA, you may notice signs of distress or disruption in a student. Follow the links below for resources to help you handle such distressing encounters appropriately.
Successful teachers regularly collect feedback from students, peers, and mentors on how their teaching is going. See this timeline for collecting feedback for suggestions on how to get valuable feedback on your teaching. Also see our page on Informal Early Feedback.
You can request a consultation from a CITL staff member by using our consultation request form: http://go.illinois.edu/citlconsultrequest
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