The opportunity for high school students to challenge themselves with college-level classes wouldn't be possible without enthusiastic and motivated teachers in the classroom.
The opportunity for high school students to challenge themselves with college-level classes wouldn't be possible without enthusiastic and motivated teachers in the classroom. Below are some resources you may find helpful throughout the year.
Concurrent Program Resources:
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
A faculty member from M State's Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) will be hosting a live Webex to give an overview of D2L Brightspace, show you how to access support services and to answer questions specific to the needs of concurrent instructors.
Are you interested in applying to teach for M State's Concurrent Enrollment Program? Each applicant is considered independently, but a minimum of a master's degree with 18 graduate credits in the specific field you want to teach is preferred. If you do not currently meet the minimum qualifications, please include your plan to meet this expectation by September 1, 2022.
What you need to complete this online application:
I submitted my application, what's next?
For a new class, new instructor or new mentor, six meetings are required. At least one planning meeting between the mentor and high school instructor (which includes new instructor orientation) must occur prior to the start of the semester. At least two in-person classroom observations will occur and one follow-up meeting. Mentors will record their observations and recommendations, which are submitted and reviewed by M State's associate vice president of academics and the K12 collaboration manager.
Repeat course offerings with the same instructor and mentor are required to have three meetings. At least one of these meetings will be a classroom observation.
Upon request, high school instructors can be provided with more feedback from their mentor's report.
Classroom observation topics may include:
A minimum of one planning meeting between the faculty mentor and high school instructor will occur prior to the start of the course. This meeting will include a comprehensive New Teacher Orientation with discipline-specific training in topics including course curriculum, assessment criteria, pedagogy, course philosophy and theory. Other agenda items will include the Concurrent Enrollment Program handbook, administrative responsibilities, programmatic policy and procedures and ongoing/annual professional development.
Detailed responsibilities for all Concurrent Enrollment Program instructors can be found on the High School Instructor Responsibilities page.
Last modified: November 28th, 2017 at 10:48am