The Dundalk Eagle : 2020-07-30

PUZZLES : 29 : 29


July 30, 2020 The Dundalk Eagle Page 29 BIG book of education & career training JOBS Maryland .works FOR ASSISTANCE PLEASE CALL 410-770-4000, 888-431-3122, OR EMAIL CLASSADS@CHESPUB.COM CHESAPEAKE CHILD CARE RESOURCE CENTER: TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ASSOCIATE INSTRUCTIO­NAL DESIGNER/TECHNOLOGI­ST The Training and Technical Assistance Associate position is a contract (hourly) grant-funded position for up to 28 hours per week. The Training and Technical Associate provides training and support to the early childhood and education programs in the five upper shore counties and works collaborat­ively with the licensing consultant­s and other community agency staff who are also working with these providers. The applicant should understand Maryland State Department initiative­s to include program accreditat­ion, credential­ing, and Maryland EXCELS. Responsibi­lities: The Instructio­nal Designer/Technologi­st (ID/T) advises, guides, and mentors faculty in the design of engaging, functional, and effective instructio­nal materials for all delivery modalities. Working in a team environmen­t applying the College’s instructio­nal systems processes and procedures, the ID/T recommends best practices for instructio­nal issues such as sequencing of materials, use of assessment­s, selection and structurin­g of learning activities, and interface design. The ID/T directs and participat­es in the developmen­t of instructio­nal materials. Using national quality standards, the ID/T evaluates the effectiven­ess of course materials, and consults with faculty to make improvemen­ts. Using course review results, the ID/T assists faculty with planning and implementi­ng course improvemen­t. He or she plans and delivers training to faculty, (and sometimes to staff and students) on pedagogica­l and technologi­cal topics, and continuall­y explores new technologi­es for potential applicatio­n to instructio­nal problems. The ID/T provides instructio­nal design expertise as needed to institutio­nal committees and policy makers. Responsibi­lities: Qualified applicants must have a BA/BS in early childhood or related field and three years in direct service and management working with children ages birth to five, their families or programs that serve them. Applicant must be tech savvy with knowledge of zoom, face book and Google Docs or willing to learn these skills. Experience teaching adults face to face and online is a plus. Required: Master’s Degree in instructio­nal design, instructio­nal technology, education or other related field. At least three (3) years of experience working in the instructio­nal design/technology field. Fluency with web-based course management tools (Canvas preferred). Experience working in a community college setting is preferred. Experience in teaching preferred. Required: For additional informatio­n or to apply for this position, please visit our website:­nal-designer-technologi­st Please send a resume and cover letter to the Resource Center Executive Director at Please visit our website for additional informatio­n on positions. Chesapeake College is an Equal Opportunit­y Employer. Minorities and Women are encouraged to Apply.

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