Job ID: 2020-7349 Type: School of Professional Studies (CP1108) # of Openings: 1 Category: Academic Program Support New York University
The Center for Academic Excellence and Support is seeking an individual to apply optimal methods of instructional design, while partnering with subject matter experts on the development of traditional and online learning environments. Serve as a consultant to faculty with regard to analyzing learning needs, application of various instructional design models and delivery systems to meet those needs, and tools to achieve and measure student learning outcomes. Select appropriate learning theories; develop course and program assessment methods; create of engaging instructional activities; meet accessibility and compliance requirements, and evaluate and effective use of innovative instructional technologies.
Required Education: Bachelor's degree in a related field
Preferred Education: Master’s degree in instructional design, education, educational technology or a related field.
Required Experience: Min 5 years' experience in the design and development of innovative curriculum design in higher education using diverse learning theories, evidence-based pedagogical strategies and educational technologies in multiple modalities. Primary contributor in course development projects partnering with subject matter experts and faculty.
Preferred Experience: 7 to 10 years' experience in the design and development of innovative curriculum design in higher education. University-level teaching in-person and/or online.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Demonstrated knowledge of adult learning theory, evidence-based instructional design models, innovative instructional technology and distance education. Demonstrated experience working with curriculum, assessment, and measurable learning outcomes.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Experience in developing, implementing and supporting successful faculty development programs regarding optimal instructional design and effective learning and teaching strategies. Use of various learning management systems and educational technology tools, such as Captivate, to create online instructional content. Successful experience in supporting diverse faculty and student populations.
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