TAs are important in student learning, so how can we better prepare TAs to teach? This is the first post in a collaboration between PERbites and Astrobites on science education.
Astrobites for your ears. Three grad students bring you cutting-edge research findings in astronomy and connect the dots between diverse subfields.
Many of us are familiar with that feeling of panic after we’ve procrastinated too long on completing a task. In this post, we discuss some strategies to move past those mental blocks and get work done.
Managing your money can be difficult in grad school. The sooner you take control over your finances, the better!
This bite focuses on an article that synthesizes and covers previous reports in gender in physics education. The authors draw on these reports to propose a nuanced treatment of gender in physics education research.
Practical tips for setting up a research project, or “Things I wish I had known when I started my PhD”: Part 2
Advice, learned the hard way, for a well-organised research project! These tips can help keep your code tidy. Part 2 of 2.