Share teaching responsibilities (50%) for the contracted class section, fulfilling University policies and using course-appropriate effective practices: setting high expectations; supporting achievement with clear instructions, examples and samples; establishing frequent, regular contact with students; grading and returning coursework promptly with relevant formative and/or summative feedback; engaging students in relevant collaborative work; and submitting final grades on time.
Revise course or provide input as appropriate to stay abreast of business practices and trends and to support changes in the disciplinary goals and curricula.
Stay current in the discipline and participate in activities to support professional development, faculty community dialogue, self-assessment, and teaching reviews.
Hold weekly office hours that are reasonably responsive to student schedules.
Work with program staff as needed to resolve course- or student-related situations that require support or resources outside the classroom.
Bachelor’s degree in a field closely related to health care delivery systems.
Ten or more years of professional experience in a field directly related to health care delivery systems.
Master’s degree in a field closely related to health care delivery systems.
Teaching experience in higher education.
Ph.D. or terminal degree in a field closely related to health care delivery systems or in adult higher education.
Teaching experience in higher education that includes online courses.
A demonstrated understanding of pedagogy that blends theoretical concepts and professional applications.
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