The Instructional Reviewers are responsible for providing guidance to instructors developing summer courses and making revisions to courses to ensure curriculum rigor, critical inquiry, authentic experiences, collaborative learning, and creative thought. Reviewers will also ensure the instructor orders/requests meet Duke TIP’s standards for deadlines, appropriateness, connectedness to curriculum, availability, and quantity.
- Advise and provide guidance to instructors developing courses including: course syllabus, sample lesson plan, books, supplies, field trips, course packs, films, guest speakers, etc.
- Provide revisions as needed
- Communicate weekly with a Program Coordinator to provide updates and receive support as needed
- Ensure all course syllabi align with Duke TIP’s Academic Star model (curriculum rigor, critical inquiry, authentic experiences, collaborative learning, and creative thought)
- Review and manage course material requests for suitability, rigor, quantity and cost effectiveness
- Review copyright laws for course pack requests
- Review and ensure field trip requests adhere to Duke TIP program guidelines regarding mileage, academic rigor, student supervision, and safety
- Access and utilize Canvas LMS for grading submissions and orders/requests
- Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein
A master’s in education or curriculum and instruction, and/or long-term experience with teaching in one of the following strands: Sciences, Math/Engineering/Tech, and Humanities/Social Sciences/Fine Arts). Five or more years of teaching experience with gifted students preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Knowledge of LMS, the Cloud (Google apps), presentation software, and other software applications
- The ability to engage gifted students
- Strong writing and communication skills
- Pedagogical training/experience
- Collaborative, flexible, innovative, and the ability to meet frequent deadlines
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