Content Expert, School of Health Sciences Northcentral University (NCU) is poised to launch new programs within the School of Health Sciences. NCU is currently seeking Content Experts to design curriculum in the follow specialization(s): Health Administration, Nursing, and Nursing Practice.
Health Subject Matter Expert The SME delivers content expertise in Health education for middle school and high school students. She or he provides expertise or guidance in identifying appropriate standards, outcomes, assessments, content, and other materials to support the development of digital learning experiences. The SME works with the learning consultant, instructional designer, technology vendors and other stakeholders, to ensure adequate instructional design specifications and clear and accurate content that aligns to the applicable standards, and may also provide teacher support including the development of support resources. Must have expert knowledge of current NYSDOE health education standards.
Manager/Director, Program Design Teaching Trust seeks a full-time Manager/Director of Program Design to collaboratively develop and design high quality programming. Work with the Program Design team to create content that results in high-quality professional development that meets the needs of school system clients and results in changes to participants’ work practices in order to improve student achievement outcomes.
Maths Curriculum Writer/Designer The maths curriculum writer will play an important role in designing interactive content and instructional animation videos. The position requires knowledge and experience in primary mathematics teaching, creative flair and an ability to expressing ideas in writing and interactive formats. The position involves creating written content such as blog articles to support our marketing campaigns.
ACT Fairness Consultants ACT’s goal in selecting fairness consultants is to find reviewers who will be sensitive to and knowledgeable about the issues of diversity and representation, and who can effectively apply those skills in evaluating the fairness of materials for standardized tests administered at the national and state levels. ACT’s fairness consultants are educators at the elementary, secondary, and postsecondary levels who have made valuable contributions in their respective fields. The pool of fairness consultants is diverse in terms of the consultants’ race/ethnicity, gender, and geographic background. Experience working with students of color, students with disabilities, and/or ESL (English as a second language) students is deemed highly desirable. Current teachers at the secondary and postsecondary levels who are African American, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian, Alaskan Native, or Latino/a can apply to be considered as fairness consultants for the ACT® pro.
Secondary Lesson Plan Writers WHRO has partnered with the 2019 Jamestown Commemoration to host a contest for student groups in grades 8 through 12 to create responses to poised questions. The Secondary Lesson Plan Writers will develop original lesson plans for Virginia teachers to use with students in a variety of settings. The lesson plans will embed the contest prompts that focus on the themes of democracy, diversity, and opportunity and can be used in courses like Civics, VA & US History, VA & US Government, Economics and Personal Finance, Art, Drama, Music, etc.
Instructional Resource Developers (PLEASE CONTACT MICHELE FOR THE DOCUMENTS. COULD NOT UPLOAD FOR SOME REASON. )Open School BC designs, develops and distributes educational resources and services to public sector clients and K–12 schools. Operating on a cost-recovery basis within the Ministry of Education, our projects are diverse. Smaller projects include informational websites and booklets for the general public, while larger projects include accredited courses addressing specific curriculum. The resources we develop range from simple print publications to interactive educational tools and video. Our nationally recognized educational multimedia has won awards at The Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Media Festivals. The purpose of this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is to identify qualified writers, designers and developers for creating educational content in a variety of formats.
Editor-in- Chief (Minnesota) The editor-in-chief of Minnesota Conservation Volunteer is responsible for overseeing and directing the editorial content, priorities, finances, policies, standards, monitoring, and planning for the DNR’s flagship magazine that provides outdoor news, conservation education, and information to a half million constituents statewide. As the editor-in-chief, this supervisor position oversees and directs editorial and design operations, the magazine’s archives, Young Naturalist curriculum program, website/digital content delivery, and ancillary publications, such as calendars and books.
Curriculum Developer (Michigan)Serves as an expert resource for faculty, the Curriculum Committee, and the Assessment of Student Learning Committee to provide guidance on highly effective curriculum design, teaching methodologies, and assessment strategies that support academic excellence, student success, and the principles of Guided Pathways.
Curriculum Developer and Trainer (NYC) As a Curriculum Developer and Trainer, you will design, develop, maintain, and deliver training to NYC Human Resources Administration Office of Child Support Servicestaff. Evaluate the agency’s workflows, procedure and policies, identify best practices, and then distill that information into comprehensive training programs.
Curriculum Designer, Turnaround for Children (NYC) Seeking TWO Curriculum Designers who will be responsible for planning, writing, developing and refining content.
Growth Mindset Curriculum & Staff Training Consultant (not sure if this is remote, or partially remote, it’s part-time, contract) Play a key role in supporting the development of Masa’s (community-based organization that partners with Latino immigrant children, youth, and families to develop strong learners and leaders who fully engage in and contribute to the broader community)growth mindset curriculum for students in 3rd-5th grade, as well as designing and implementing trainings for Masa staff and volunteers around growth mindset. The right candidate will also be engaged to support the development of related parent-facing workshops. Spanish speaking a plus.
Director, Digital Curriculum Program Design, Edmentum The Director of Instructional Program Design serves as a senior leader in the company responsible for leading projects to design and build Edmentum instructional programs that align with the company vision, strategy, product and market requirements.