A university is seeking a Telecommuting First Year Writing Seminar II Faculty Member. Must be able to: Teach a First Year Writing Seminar. Complete the approval process. Required Skills: Master's degree in English from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
Reviewing, writing or revising course descriptions and objectives. Selecting textbooks or other resources. Developing course content based on requirements. Qualifications for this position include: Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering.
Developing, writing and implementing Eps. Evaluating tests and assessments, completing report cards and conducting parent conferences. Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Willingness to travel on occasion for assessments and state testing events.
Must be able to: Review, write or revise course descriptions and objectives. Create video lectures. Create labs, tutorials, discussion prompts, assignments, rubrics, and assessments. Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
A nonprofit organization is searching for a person to fill their position for a Telecommuting Youth Programs Writing Instructor in Baltimore. Core Responsibilities Include: Critiquing student writing. Providing students with appropriate assignments.
An educational technology company has an open position for a Telecommuting K through 5 Math Specification Writer. Individual must be able to fulfill the following responsibilities:
Developing, writing and helping implement IEPs and 504 plans. Evaluating tests and assessments, completing report cards and conducting parent conferences. Position Requirements Include: Willingness to travel on occasion for marketing and state testing events.
Strong background in reading and writing across the curriculum, data-driven planning and project-based learning. Experience with or enthusiasm for working with virtual teams across different geographical sites.
Core Responsibilities of this position include: Supporting new and returning students through the Strong Start process. Providing 1:1 guidance and support for parents who have students experiencing academic difficulty in mathematics, English/language arts/writing, science, and social studies.
Developing, write and help implement IEPs and 504 plans. Evaluating tests and assessments, complete report cards and conduct parent conferences. Must meet the following requirements for consideration: