|SUMMARY: Under the direct supervision of the Associate Dean/Instructional Manager, the instructor is responsible for providing instruction to students within the assigned and approved instructional delivery system and in accordance with the mission, goals, policies and procedures of the District. The instructor is responsible for providing an active learning environment to enable students to demonstrate course competencies, and creating a student learning centered environment that places learning at the center of educational experiences. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:|
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO):
|1. Assist in the development of department approved program goals and/or course goals.|
2. Develop and update or utilize specific, measurable department approved course competencies which define learning expectations utilizing the district approved instructional design system which is currently the Wisconsin Instructional Design System (WIDS).
3. Develop, utilize and/or update department approved course outcome summaries to meet established competencies.
4. Plan, select, prepare and implement appropriate active learning activities to meet all course competencies.
5. Prepare and/or select and utilize reliable and valid formative and summative in-class assessment tools/techniques to measure student's achievement of course competencies.
6. Plan, select, prepare, and/or recommend purchase of textbooks, equipment, supplies, hardware/software, audio-visual materials, library references and other materials needed by students to help them achieve course competencies.
7. Convene class on time and dismiss class at appropriate time.
8. Distribute, in written form, course competencies, performance criteria, established district approved grading procedures and standards, attendance and class policies/procedures, and other necessary information to students at the beginning of the course.
9. Deliver instruction using active learning methods which accommodate different learning styles.
10. Encourage and utilize student feedback to determine how students respond to learning activities.
11. Establish and maintain positive rapport with students and actively engage them as partners in the learning process.
12. Where assistance or support is needed and can be provided, refer students to appropriate resources.
13. Provide guidance and advice to students as requested or needed regarding course progress, program areas and other academic concerns.
14. Maintain rosters, prepare and submit required grades and reports within established deadlines.
15. Review and revise as necessary delivery methods, instructional materials, learning activities, and assessment tools based on pre-assessment, during class assessment and post assessment data.
16. Utilize district approved standard grading system and attendance policy and procedures.
17. Provide reasonable accommodations for learners with special needs.
18. Monitor and assess student's progress, provide feedback to students a minimum of twice during the semester, and be available to meet with students, as needed, to discuss academic progress.
19. Communicate and enforce safety regulations, policies, and practices.
20. Ensure that instructional equipment is in safe and proper operating condition and report repair and/or maintenance needs as needed.
21. In accordance with District policies and guidelines, resolve student conduct problems, if appropriate, and report all incidents and violations to designated personnel.
22. Provide support for students in collaboration with WCTC counselors and the student advising initiative.
23. Review library resources and recommend books, periodicals and other information resources for addition to the library collection.
24. Design, prepare and utilize handouts, visual presentation materials, media and software that is of a professional quality and copyright approved where necessary.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES MAY INCLUDE:
1. Assist in the recruitment, retention, and placement of clinical core students.
2. Keep current on District procedures, services, and resources.
3. Assist in the promotion of the District and its mission, goals, and programs.
4. Actively participate in advisory committee meetings.
5. Actively participate on college committees, quality value teams, task forces, program development teams, program self-study and evaluation teams, etc.
6. Participate actively in District and statewide workshops, inservices, and division/department meetings.
7. Work collaboratively with other colleagues and staff members within your program and ancillary services such as library, media, bookstore, information technology services, to integrate instructional activities and materials.
8. Provide input for the development of the department budget, reports and purchasing.
9. Work cooperatively with college staff to support the needs of the business community (i.e. customized training or technical assistance).
10. Assist in facility design of labs, classrooms, offices, etc.
1. Actively participate in current district approved teaching improvement system and collect anonymous student feedback to continuously improve the teaching/learning process.
2. Maintain competency in the occupational field or discipline and in the instructional profession and practice of education.
3. Maintain WTCS teaching certification and licensure required by other agencies to maintain individual and program accreditation.
4. Develop computer skills to utilize curriculum development software, to prepare and present instructional materials and utilize District Network communication and administrative systems.
5. Develop and maintain positive professional working relationships with other instructors and staff.
|1. Ability to meet Faculty Quality Assurance Systems requirements needed for WCTC Credentialing process.|
2. Licensed RN with a BSN, MSN preferred or enrollment in MSN program.
4.Twenty-four months of directly related occupational experience. One year of long-term care preferred.
5. Previous teaching experience is desirable.
The Allied Health Instructor supports the School of Health and is available on or before 07/01/2018.