University of Arizona Global Campus Online Associate Faculty- PHD- Ed Program in United States
The Online Associate Faculty position is a part-time, temporary, adjunct employment opportunity . The Online Associate Faculty member performs duties relating to online instruction including, but not limited to: posting instructional guidance and setting performance expectations, participating in classroom discussion board dialogue, grading assignments, providing feedback to support student learning, and promptly responding to student inquiries. Other duties may be assigned according to the individual’s experience and qualifications. This is an online adjunct teaching position, and constitutes at-will employment.
Online Associate Faculty positions are available in the Department of Education and Liberal Arts associated with the PhD in Education:
Courses in this program include the following areas of focus:
Curriculum & Learning (design, evaluation, technology, assessment, culture)
Social Awareness (history of education, social change, diversity, transformative issues & trends)
Educational Leadership (governance, politics, theories, strategies)
Essential Job Duties:
Emphasize a student-centered learning environment through active engagement, interactive teaching, constructive feedback, and strong support for student achievement.
Adhere to all faculty requirements as outlined in the University of Arizona Global Campus Online Faculty Course Requirements, which may be updated from time to time at the sole discretion of the university. Responsibilities include:
Teaching to the designated online course content and syllabus
Organizing and preparing course materials for facilitation
Providing timely and relevant feedback to students
Being accessible for direct student outreach
Responding to student inquiries by email and telephone in a timely manner
Using rubrics for grading where applicable
Demonstrating consistency and fairness in grading of assignments
Maintaining gradebook and completing grading by established deadlines
Exhibit appropriate classroom management and instructional practices, including:
Establishing Relationships: Creatively uses available tools and strategies to enhance relationships, creating a community of learners willing to take risks and actively engage with one another
Stimulating Critical Thinking: Consistently fosters critical thinking through challenging students to elaborate on their thoughts, question their assumptions, examine biases, communicate in a clear and concise manner, and defend their positions throughout the course
Providing Instructive Feedback to Students: Provides instructive feedback that challenges and inspires students while providing specific suggestions to improve the quality of their work and thinking
Setting High Expectations: Effectively demonstrates high expectations throughout the course, while holding students accountable for insightful exchanges and high quality performance on assignments, and promoting active engagement in their own learning
Demonstrating Instructor Expertise: Effectively and consistently utilizes expertise in subject matter by providing personal experiences, connecting course knowledge to real-world examples. Enhances course content and resources to encourage student comprehension and application of course learning outcomes
Participate in one professional development activity per course taught. Examples are synchronous and asynchronous faculty development opportunities, departmental meetings, webinars, and other such activities as stipulated by the University.
Collaborate within the University community to ensure a positive overall experience for all students, including collaboration the following: the Office of Access and Wellness to holistically support student success in the classroom by implementing university-approved accommodations, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning to foster professional growth as it relates to successful teaching for the University of Arizona Global Campus student population, and the Student Records department to maintain timely and accurate student records.
Residence and eligibility to work in the United States
Doctoral degree in a field appropriate to the position(s) being sought
Work-related experience that complements the candidate’s Doctoral degree and the position(s) being sought
Proficiency in common Internet tools, as well as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Experience teaching in an online environment
University teaching experience, preferably at the doctoral level
At least three years of experience teaching in the degree field and related to the position(s) being sought
Experience teaching non-traditional, adult students
Demonstrated commitment to excellence in classroom management and instructional practices
Experience serving on Dissertation or other doctoral research committees as Chair or Committee Member
Demonstrated experience using APA 6th and, preferably, 7th edition style guidelines
A doctoral degree is required for all doctoral teaching positions
All education associated with the degree requirement for this position must have been conferred by a regionally accredited or approved nationally accredited institution
All candidates must provide proof of degree qualifications (official transcripts) upon request
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