Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Friday, December 11, 2015
Prepare for a Bright Future - Enroll Today
2017 Classes Open NOW
Ten Month Fast Track Option
Become a highly qualified and professionally prepared online instructor. Complete all five courses and receive a graduate certificate in e-learning and online teaching.
NOTE: Twelve of the course graduate credits may be applied as electives in the Master of Science in Education graduate degree program
It's possible to skip a term or two between courses if that works better than taking the courses back to back.
Begin January 2016 and finish November 2016
- EDUC 760 E-learning for Educators January 4, 2016
- EDUC 762 Assessment in E-learning February 29, 2016
- EDUC 763 Instructional Design for E-Learning May 2, 2016
- EDUC 761 Collaborative Communities in E-learning - Online Facilitation June 27, 2016
- EDUC 764 E-Learning Practicum August 22, 2016
(Practicum Prerequisites: Successful completion with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in each course: EDUC 760, 761, 762, 763 and Consent of Instructor)
Program Plan if You Begin February 27, 2017 and finish November 2017
- EDUC 760 E-learning for Educators February 27, 2017
- EDUC 762 Assessment in E-learning February 27, 2017
- EDUC 763 Instructional Design for E-learning May 1, 2017
- EDUC 761 Collaborative Communities in E-learning - Online Facilitation June 26, 2017
- EDUC 764 E-learning Practicum September 2017
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Open Invitation to Apply
Candidates with e-learning and online teaching certificates and online e-portfolios should emphasize that experience when completing the the web-based application.
The university is building a pool of qualified subject experts with professional online teaching skills to teach general education courses at the undergraduate level. Additional opportunities are available at the graduate level for teaching instructional design, reading/literacy, using games to assess learning
Please do not send resumes or applications to this blog. Only applications submitted to the Adjunct Pool will be reviewed openings.
Saturday, November 29, 2014
Get Paid To Learn
Teaching is the best job in the world. You help people. You spend your work life energy participating in an endlessly fascinating process.
Online teaching adds geographical independence and a big dose of entrepreneurship to the life of a teacher. I've found that to be a very good thing.
As an instructor and program advisor for the University of Wisconsin-Stout's Online Teaching Graduate Certificate Program I teach online classes every semester. Another very important part of my job is helping people find work.
I try to keep our students informed of new jobs as I find them. However, every time I search I find thousands of online teaching jobs. I can't republish them all but I do have an archive of online teaching e-Jobs on my Scoop.it E-Learning page.
The best think you can do is learn to search for the e-Job you want. Let me show you where you can find those job leads for yourself.
I'm convinced, that at this very moment, the perfect online teaching job is waiting for any talented teacher with the right combination of subject matter skills, e-learning training and professional networking.
The E-Learning Employment Triangle
|The E-Learning Employment Triangle|
The Power of Networks
With the proper qualifications most work will come through your professional network. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't search directly for work and put together the necessary paperwork to land the online teaching jobs you seek.
Here are two job search engines that produce results. Take the time to set up accounts and upload fresh resumes or CVs. Be sure your online e-portfolios are polished and ready for a critical eye. Then start searching!
One final hint: These snapshots represent searches for specific advertised jobs. Even if the job you are looking for isn't advertised at the school you are interested in, dig into their application process and file a resume. Go fishing. Don't under estimate the power of getting your application into the Adjunct hiring pool.
Finally, take the initiative. Learn the job search systems. Fine tune your keywords and check the results regularly.