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We at The Online Adjunct are passionate about helping industry experts achieve their dreams of becoming an industry expert adjunct (IEA).
Vision: To empower industry experts to serve as successful adjuncts, facilitating access to higher education and enriching the lives of students.
Mission: We strive to provide comprehensive resources and support for industry experts seeking adjunct teaching positions, enabling them to unlock their potential and embark on fulfilling new academic careers.
Are you ready to become a teacher, but not sure what to teach?
Look no further! We'll show you the top 3 ways to find out what subject you can potentially teach.
From looking at your career, industry, college degree, researching job postings, and considering your interests and goals - our video has it all! So, tune in now and learn how to make the perfect teaching decision. Ready...Set...Teach!
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From reformatting your resume to cracking the AI resume scan algorithms, we'll provide practical tips and tricks for making your resume move to the top 10%.
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Creating an online course can be a daunting process, but with the right approach and tools, you can have your first successful course up in no time. In this 3-part series, we'll go through all the steps you need to take to create your first online course.
Part 1 will cover how to create learning objectives and use them to create course schedule and outline the modules of your course for maximum learning efficiency.
Your online course should contain different modules that teach learners specific concepts or ideas. To achieve this, you need to define a clear structure of topics that are logically connected and build on one another.
How to Teach Online Part 2 will guide you through setting up interactive activities, digital tools, and resources that will help students stay engaged.
You'll learn how to develop new strategies for teaching remotely, and much more.
With these tips and tricks, you'll be able to maximize student success in your online classroom.
Learning to teach online is a process that takes time and practice, but with the right resources and strategies in place, industry experts can become an effective virtual teacher.
Part 3 of teaching online is all about designing the course material. Creating a great course design that meets the needs of your students can be challenging, but it doesn't have to be.
This video provides tips for creating an effective and engaging course.