Teaching Assistants give their job an average rating of 4.3 out of 5.0. The Teaching Assistants happiest with their jobs are employed by UC Santa Barbara with an average rating of 5.0 while the Teaching Assistants least happy with their jobs work for University of Ottawa with an average rating of 1.4.Submit a Review
"I love to teach graduate and undergraduate students. I was working with highly reputed professor as a teaching assistant and it was awesome experience working with such great person."
"As a teaching assistant, I can communicate with my student and also learn a lot from the class I teach."
"I love that by teaching stat 208, I am able to truly know the beginning foundation of statistics. Most of my professors try to relate things they teach back to these basics so a solid foundation is important."
"I enjoyed being a teaching assistant. It helps me improve my skills. There is nothing to hate about the employment."
"It was amazing to teach people something and watch the look of understanding come over their face. To go from a point of knowing nothing to complete mastery of the subject. Those cases were few though. Sadly, the majority of students that came into my office hours wanted me to do their work for them, and would become incensed when I would not. But on the whole it was a good experience."
"I like being a Teaching Assistant, which I can help students learning knowledge."
"Love to teach programming. Hate to explain same things again and again."
"The good thing is that I feel really proud to teach my learning to the others. It can also improve my communication skills."
"It is good to teach students with my knowledge."
"The fact that you get to shape lives of so many people firsthand enthralls me."
"I don't like it because many people don't understand or take the time to understand and expect the tutors to know everything."
"Very friendly in nature and not much work load and stresses. There is not much competition in the job."
"if you are a Teaching Assistant, you can get to know different perspective of each student, their thought process and their way of approaching a problem statement. This position taught me a lot about how to handle students and how to guide them."
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