In this position I was a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) for CIS*3120 - Digital Systems for the Winter 2020 semester.
Description of the Course
This course is a third year course aimed at computer science students. The course material includes Boolean algebra and truth tables, Karnaugh maps, flip-flops, state machines, and arithmetic-logic units. Students also learn to design both combinational and sequential digital circuits starting with a problem description. The labs for the course involve implementing digital circuits in schematic capture software and simulate the circuit’s behaviour.
As a gratuate teaching assitant, I was responisible for:
- marking lab reports and assignments on a weekly basis,
- proctoring a midterm and final exam in addition to assisting with marking these exams,
- preparing for and running multiple lab sessions a week with 35 students attending each session, and
- assisting with the transition to teaching online partway through the semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.