Introduction to Sociology – Subject Matter Experts

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Job description

Online/Remote

Calling all Sociology Subject Matter Experts

Western Governors University is currently seeking Subject Matter Experts to join our Course and Assessment Design project for Introduction to Sociology course.

Project Outline:

  • Asynchronous work 1: 2-4 hours in reviewing draft competencies, proposing topic alignment exercise.
  • Workshop 1: 2-3 hours refining and finalizing draft competencies as a group, identify topic organization and bundling beneath each competency. Deliverables – finalized competencies, topic list for drafting performance objectives.
  • Asynchronous work 2: 2-4 hours in reviewing draft performance objectives, proposing topic alignment exercise.
  • Workshop 2: 2-3 hours refining and finalizing draft performance objectives as a group, identify topic organization and bundling beneath each performance objective for enabling objectives. Deliverables – finalized performance objectives, topic list for drafting enabling objectives.
  • Asynchronous work 3 (2-4 hours) reviewing, commenting, and finalizing enabling objectives in collaboration word document.
  • Asynchronous work 4 (1-2 hours) reviewing, commenting, and signing off on final work product – course design document – that includes finalized competencies, performance objectives, and enabling objectives.

Qualifications:

  • Teaching experience in Sociology (high school or college-level) *required.
  • Curriculum/Assessment/Design experience *required.
  • Degree/Content expertise – Sociology BA *required, Masters *preferred.
  • Preferred: Non Ph.D holders

Project Dates:

  • April 02, 2019 ~ May 18, 2019

How to apply

If you are interested in joining in this project as a Subject Matter Expert, please click here and apply through WGU’s SME Portal, Shortlist.

The principal mission of Western Governors University is to improve quality and expand access to post-secondary educational opportunities by providing a means for individuals to learn independent of time and place and to earn competency-based degrees and other credentials that are credible to both academic institutions and employers.