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Teaching Position: CEP 800 Learning in School and Other Settings

Semesters Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

Duties:Graduate Assistants are responsible for monitoring and conducting online sections of CEP 800, including assessment in line with the common course syllabus and assignments. Graduate student instructors selected for this course will receive initial and ongoing staff development to assist in teaching this course.


Supervising Faculty: MAET Faculty

Desired Qualifications:


    1. Experience teaching college students or K-12 students


    2. Experience teaching online, or material similar to CEP 800


    3. Background in educational technology, preferably at least a year of graduate study


    4. Technical proficiency, including experience with social technologies and course management systems.

Orientation and Training: Orientation session with instructor prior to beginning of semester; ongoing verbal feedback regarding performance; weekly meetings with instructor to discuss instructional plans.

Mentoring, Monitoring, and Evaluation: Graduate student instructors are monitored throughout the semester. Copies of the graduate student instructor's SIRS are kept in the graduate student instructor's file. Formal evaluation using CEPSE evaluation form at end of semester; written feedback regarding instruction with debriefing.