• As per the Collective Agreement, must be enrolled as a student in the Fall 2020 semester.
• The ability to communicate computer science concepts to students effectively, both in written form and verbally.
• A solid knowledge of the subject areas (including propositional and predicate logic, proof techniques, set theory, functions and relations, Boolean algebra) and of the corresponding mathematical language. This knowledge should be demonstrated by an 80% (A) or higher performance in CIS*1910 (Discrete Structures in Computing I) or similar undergraduate discrete mathematics course.
• The ability to formalize ideas mathematically and to communicate mathematical concepts to students effectively, both in written form and verbally.
• Normally, the completion of an undergraduate degree in Computer Science or Mathematics.
• To help us facilitate instructor-TA interactions and pairings, please include your anticipated timezone in your application information.
• Given the shift towards online and hybrid course structures, all teaching assistants are required to maintain an internet connection strong enough to perform the duties required of their position during the duration of their contract. Potential TAs should apply with the understanding that a need to adapt to changing teaching situations may be required within the duration of the semester.
• An advanced knowledge of Discrete Structures demonstrated through research experience, course development, or having recently taken a more advanced course with a 77% (B+) or higher performance.