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Teaching Position: Reflections on Learning TE/CEP 150-online section

Semesters Offered: Fall/Spring

Applications due by March 15, 2013

Duties:  Graduate Assistants are responsible for monitoring and conducting online sections of TE150, 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: Ralph Putnam

Desired Qualifications:

  1. Experience teaching college students or K-12 students
  2. Experience teaching online, or material similar to TE 150
  3. Background in educational psychology, preferably at least a year of graduate study 
  4. Technical proficiency, including experience with applications such as facebook, dreamweaver, and iMovie.

Orientation and Training:   Weekly are required throughout the teaching of the course.

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.