Top Adjunct Faculty Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Adjunct Faculty. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Adjunct Faculty resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.1% of Adjunct Faculty resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Adjunct Faculty actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Adjunct Faculty resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Provide academic guidance to students and demonstrates effective classroom management.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication, organization, and classroom management skills.
  • Evaluated potential teacher classroom preparation and classroom management techniques
  • Coordinated with administration and coordinated classroom management activities.
  • Achieved successful classroom management and time management.
  • Execute distance education classroom management skills.
  • Model classroom management for future educators.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in teaching 23 first year community college students, classroom management, advising students and responding to their needs.
  • Incorporate learning principles and classroom management; integrated activities, conducted role play, and coordinated team/group supportive roles.
  • Promote leadership and classroom management by providing teaching techniques that will help in the learning and educational process.
  • Used different classroom management strategies and instructional approaches to connect with the diverse learning styles of students.
  • Plan and teach undergraduate classes in classroom management, active engagement, and survival Spanish for teachers.
  • Handled all aspects of classroom management, curriculum implementation, and lesson planning for EMT courses.
  • Obtained classroom management, classroom preparation, student advising, virtual learning, and instructional experience.
  • Utilize Blackboard Classroom Management System for all coursework, grading, homework, and lab assignments.
  • Focused on classroom management, implementing group work, and utilizing the flipped classroom approach.
  • Course Topics: Classroom Management, Computer Technology in the Classroom, and Diversity in
  • Attend professional development workshops and seminars with focus on learning goals and classroom management.
  • Create detailed syllabus outlining learning objectives, outcomes, and classroom management policy.
  • Increase confidence levels by addressing lesson plans, behavior and classroom management issues.

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2. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Collaborate with other team members to regularly review and improve all training and research new and innovative curriculum development practices.
  • Provided clinical supervision and curriculum development and guidance to Masters candidate in the Counseling Psychology program.
  • Developed online class for national certification review class with curriculum development including SLO's and rubrics.
  • Instructed Undergraduate Chemistry courses, including lecture, laboratory sections, and curriculum development.
  • Participated in departmental committee work, curriculum development, student recruitment and academic support.
  • Participate in academic support programs, retention initiatives, and curriculum development as required.
  • Experience encompasses course/curriculum development and delivery and online courses using Blackboard and Canvas platforms.
  • Participated in curriculum development and course redesign at the direction of my supervisors.
  • Worked on curriculum development and updating management courses in consultation with faculty.
  • Participated in district-wide curriculum development and standardized delivery of course material.
  • Coached class participants through creating and administering evaluations for curriculum development.
  • Assisted in curriculum development and participated in professional development workshops.
  • Volunteer for the Rasmussen College Business Program Curriculum Development Board.
  • Organized and coordinated coursework and curriculum development with academic standards.
  • Assist department chair and faculty with curriculum development and improvement.
  • Coordinate curriculum development for more than ten class designations.
  • Collaborated with colleagues and departmental faculty in curriculum development.
  • Received special recognition from college president for curriculum development.
  • Partner with Curriculum Specialist on curriculum development needs.
  • Participated in the department curriculum development and activities.

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3. Undergraduate Courses

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Here's how Undergraduate Courses is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Coordinated continuing education programs for Physician Assistants and taught undergraduate courses in management and graduate courses in Health Care Administration.
  • Developed and facilitated undergraduate courses at Navarro College in education, development reading, writing, and mathematics.
  • Lectured undergraduate courses focusing on advanced nutrition/biochemistry, child nutrition, community nutrition, and food science.
  • Prepared and facilitated undergraduate courses related to practice and profession of social work.
  • Facilitate online undergraduate courses: Foundations of Business and Organizational Theory and Behavior.
  • Develop and teach undergraduate courses in Abnormal Psychology and Introduction to Clinical Psychology.
  • Provided quality instruction for various undergraduate courses in the Organizational Leadership Program.
  • Recruited potential students for college enrollment in undergraduate courses being personally taught.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in classroom and online environments in Management Information Systems.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in Psychology, Interpersonal Communication and Management.
  • Teach undergraduate courses including Introduction to Psychology and Child Psychology.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in microbiology, physiology and introductory biology
  • Conduct undergraduate courses in general psychology and adolescent psychology
  • Facilitated undergraduate courses in Business Writing for Leaders.
  • Facilitate online undergraduate courses on Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • Instructed undergraduate courses: Fundamentals of Management.
  • Instructed undergraduate courses in Sociology and Psychology.
  • Certified to teach multiple health care administration undergraduate courses, including health care marketing, ethics, communications, and law.
  • Facilitate online undergraduate courses in graphic imaging, web design, and Microsoft Office applications using Blackboard platform.
  • Instructed undergraduate courses in Human Resource Management (MGMT 410) and Career Development (CARD 405).

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4. Online Courses

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Here's how Online Courses is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitated online courses including Visual Indication, Illustration and Electronic Design for Industrial Design Department.
  • Educate nursing student-Online Courses-Facilitate successful Ob clinical rotation-Monitor and assist each student's learning progress
  • Selected to provided individualized instruction and teach hybrid and online courses.
  • Facilitate online courses in the Undergraduate Business Programs
  • Facilitate online courses as solicited.
  • Teach online courses to diverse adult populations using Online Learning System (OLS) and New Classroom (NC) platforms.
  • Nominated for Adjunct Faculty Teacher of the Year Award * Frequently on Top 10 List for Most Student Interaction for Online courses
  • Designed and restructured two (2) online courses of a bachelor of nursing and bachelor of applied science program.
  • Designed, developed, taught Instructional Design HR management program undergrad course (live & online courses).
  • Ensured that the content and level of material asked in exams are adequately covered in the online courses.
  • Instruct online courses in Effective Practices in Teaching and Learning for teachers pursing their Master's Degree in Education
  • Developed and managed two online courses while consistently maintaining a high student success rate in many programs.
  • Instruct online courses in science and math methods and assessment to prepare elementary and secondary education teachers.
  • Have authored 3 online courses; Women in the American Experience, Kansas History and Cultural Anthropology.
  • Teach online courses in business according to AAU Policies, objectives, content, and format.
  • Prepared exams graded exams and monitor coursework submitted for students enrolled in the middle online courses.
  • Develop and teach face to face and online courses in Communication, Art History, and Anthropology
  • Instructed online courses, including, Financial Resource Management and Marketing and Development for Nonprofits.
  • Teach online courses for graduate counseling program, marriage, couple, and family track.
  • Helped design hybrid and online courses using Blackboard, including technical writing and blogging.

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5. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Created curriculum and delivered instruction for various psychology courses in the School of Continuing Education, focusing on upper-division psychology courses.
  • Developed team project for General Psychology to facilitate an understanding of the requirements of a complete psychological study in the field
  • Developed curriculum for general & social psychology aligned with teaching core competencies of accreditation standards for bachelor's-level education requirements.
  • Developed lesson plans, prepared presentations and examinations and lectured students in Psychology, Human Learning and Cognition.
  • Teach PsyD students in various topics of psychology including health psychology, rehabilitation psychology, and cognitive psychology.
  • Develop and teach Introductory Psychology course to fulfill general education requirements utilizing best practices in course design.
  • Prepare PowerPoint presentation from required textbook and deliver lectures to undergraduate students on topics such as psychology.
  • Teach Human Sexuality class as part of Psychology program utilizing interdisciplinary approach to undergraduate students.
  • General Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Applied Psychology, Analytic Psychotherapy, personality, Abnormal Psychology
  • Facilitated and instructed students in awareness of the everyday uses of psychology around them.
  • Supervised students completing required hours for certification in school psychology and school counseling.
  • Participate as a Faculty Psychology Panelist for the Collegian Center Post Ferguson Forum.
  • Instructed over 400 students in Human Behavior and Industrial/Organizational Psychology Masters programs.
  • Teach Intro to Psychology and Human Development classes using a learning management system
  • Developed curriculum for Introduction to Psychology course based on college requirements.
  • Teach Industrial / Organizational Psychology and Sports Psychology online using Blackboard.
  • Supervised Master Level Students while on their Sport and Exercise Psychology Practicum
  • Teach Social and General Psychology to dental hygiene and criminal justice students
  • Qualified to teach psychology, business communications, and professional development.
  • Facilitated 290 adult learners over nine semesters in General Psychology.

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6. Course Materials

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Here's how Course Materials is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Designed and implemented curriculum and course structure, assessed student progress and provided guidance and assistance in comprehending course materials.
  • Collaborated with course director and teaching assistant colleagues to continuously improve course materials in both classroom and online teaching environments.
  • Prepared lectures, in-class exercises, and collected entirely new course materials to create a personalized syllabus
  • Developed, prepared and updated all course materials including assignments, examinations and class syllabus.
  • Participate in design and creation of curriculum and course materials for graduate-level security certification.
  • Prepared and delivered lectures based on course university designed course materials for undergraduate students.
  • Review and prepare course materials on organizational change, development, and systems management
  • Assist full-time professors and department administrators in curriculum development and selecting course materials.
  • Organized, prepared and revised/updated course materials, utilizing innovation and creativity.
  • Developed course materials to educate students in Trigonometry and College Algebra
  • Devised, evaluated and rearranged curriculum objectives and course materials.
  • Developed course materials for online and traditional Civil Procedure course.
  • Developed course materials and syllabus for small discussion seminar.
  • Modernized existing course materials to incorporate learning activities.
  • Develop course materials and assess student mastery of academics
  • Developed and coordinated course materials, organized lectures.
  • Developed course materials for non-majors chemistry class.
  • Deliver course materials in face-to-face and online formats
  • Developed all course materials and evaluation systems.
  • Develop syllabus/course outline and course materials.

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7. Course Syllabus

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Here's how Course Syllabus is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Informed students about course requirements, evaluation procedures, attendance and participation requirements in a course syllabus.
  • Developed a course syllabus to dictate deadlines to allow students to become familiarize with academic discipline.
  • Developed course syllabus, selected text books, co-authored two Omnibus laboratory exercise instructional manuals.
  • Managed multiple evening semester classes, created course syllabus and delivered formal lectures and presentations.
  • Maintained, updated, and distributed course syllabus in accordance with prescribed institutional format.
  • Developed and utilized course syllabus for each course, following established institutional guidelines.
  • Created course syllabus and identifies course textbooks and additional literary and media enhancements.
  • Developed course syllabus, assignments and grading rubrics consistent with university standards.
  • Prepared course syllabus that followed the prescribed institutional format.
  • Facilitated classroom discussion; prepared course syllabus and material.
  • Develop course syllabus and objectives for individual lessons.
  • Developed course syllabus within Departmental guidelines.
  • Develop appropriate curriculum and course syllabuses.
  • Developed course syllabus and prepped independently.
  • Submit required college reports and forms and develop and utilize a course syllabus for each course, following established institutional guidelines.
  • Distribute and explain course syllabus, addendum, and related policies and procedures to students during the first scheduled class session.4.
  • Provided students with complete course syllabus: prepared and organized lectures, classroom activities, and labs consistent with course syllabus.
  • Execute duties and responsibilities in accordance with the school policies and procedures; assist students regarding course syllabus or curriculum.
  • Develop lesson plans with course objective, evaluation and selection of course material, course syllabus, mid-term and finals.
  • Present enthusiastic, well prepared, organized, and clear lectures and classroom activities consistent with the course syllabus.

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8. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Instructed Introduction to Business and Information System Technology courses in classroom-based setting with Blackboard Program to supplement student learning.
  • Assessed, documented and improved student learning through creative instruction, established curriculum and new program development.
  • Selected clinical assignments and directed student learning experiences for sophomore level nursing students in various rehabilitation settings.
  • Completed and maintained daily documentation regarding student learning outcomes and performance in the clinical lab setting.
  • Participated in annual meetings with campus faculty to discuss and analyze student learning assessment findings.
  • Monitored student learning; developed curriculum with staff; implemented plans for improving student achievement.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from administration and students regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Deliver effective instruction that reflects accommodations for differences in student learning levels and learning styles.
  • Supervised practicum and facilitated student learning groups to fill local and regional service industry gap.
  • Coordinated best practice structures as well as implemented student learning outcomes and accountability measurement guides.
  • Prepared, administered and graded examinations to assess student learning and mastery of course objectives.
  • Develop criminal justice curriculum, assess and improve student learning and evaluate course efficacy.
  • Participated in the recommendation and selection of course material to facilitate effective student learning.
  • Facilitated student learning and assessment, encouraged critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Developed and managed syllabus materials aligned with state student learning outcomes and standards.
  • Conduct education related technology research to facilitate student learning in the classroom.
  • Design and administer examinations to assess student learning through various methods.
  • Participated in various collegiate activities and programs that improved student learning.
  • Supervised and evaluated student learning by establishing objectives and evaluation methods.
  • Implemented and evaluated methodologies for ongoing improvement of student learning outcomes.

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9. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Provided instruction integrating mathematics and manufacturing
  • Content Areas Taught: Management & Leadership, Organizational Development & Behavior, Human Resource Management, Strategic/Operations Management, Mathematics
  • Serve as adjunct instructing College Algebra and Developmental Mathematics courses (in a hybrid format-online & traditional face-to-face instruction)
  • Instructed mathematics courses in Pre-Algebra through Contemporary Mathematics via direct instruction and a hybrid online format.
  • Prepared lesson plans and presented instruction in community college-level general mathematics, algebra, and calculus.
  • Instruct curriculum mathematics courses Coordinate with athletic departments to ensure alignment with NCAA academic regulations
  • Demonstrated proficiency in developing and delivering lessons on Economics, Statistics, and Mathematics
  • Teach courses in Developmental Mathematics through lecture and computer laboratory settings.
  • Developed instructional videos to assist students in learning new mathematics concepts.
  • Analyzed educational needs of trainees in Technical Mathematics and Statistics.
  • Worked as tutor-on-duty in mathematics lab for students needing remediation.
  • Developed curriculum for and taught Mathematics in Contemporary Society.
  • Teach college students in Accounting, Business Management and Mathematics
  • Instructed mathematics course material up through Business Calculus.
  • Instruct undergraduate and graduate courses in mathematics and statistics
  • Restructured curriculum for all mathematics courses offered.
  • Turned student's attitudes positively towards Mathematics.
  • Applied Mathematics and Quantitative Business Analysis II
  • Worked as an adjunct faculty of Mathematics
  • Executed curriculum for one section of mathematics (Statistics and Graph Theory) - Served as instructor of record for the class

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10. Principles

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Here's how Principles is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Designed syllabus and taught Introduction to Desktop Publishing to familiarize students with design principles and software
  • Utilized principles of instructional design to incorporate technology upgrades and new production assignments in courses.
  • Engage students in inclusive discussions on the theoretical and pragmatic applications of organizational leadership principles.
  • Led undergraduate classroom instruction in Principles of Management, Quantitative Business Analysis and Business Communications.
  • Develop and deliver course curriculum and instructional materials, utilizing adult learning principles.
  • Generated reviewed financial statements that conform with generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Presented accounting principles and managerial accounting concepts using multiple teaching methods.
  • Dedicated to the principles of academic integrity and intellectual honesty.
  • Applied contemporary adult learning principles and synthesized information processing.
  • Teach principles of accounting and financial analysis for various programs
  • Focus on both domestic and international marketing principles.
  • Educate on principles of safety signal detection, adverse event criteria, FDA regulations, ICH guidelines and European Union requirements.
  • Developed Curriculum and taught Principles of Personal Leadership courses based on Stephen Covey's The Seven Habits of Highly Successful People.
  • Explain the basic concepts, principles, and philosophies that underlie culture, history, economic, and political development.
  • Developed an innovative Public Relations Graphics course that introduces graphics, presentation, and branding principles to Mass Communication students.
  • Explore the Universal Design principles and appropriate technology tools for students with special and/or diverse needs and English Language Learners.
  • Meet organizational goals in completing individual and team assignments using effective workforce skills, best practices, and ethical principles.
  • Teach introductory photography course using a DSLR including principles of exposure, depth of field, action/motion and portraits.
  • Develop Curriculum and Teach Principles of Human Nutrition, Medical Terminology, and Health and Wellness Promotion on-line and seated
  • Develop teaching strategies for Business Principles, Foundations of Management, and Project Management courses on term basis.

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11. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Demonstrated diverse abilities to teach undergraduate and graduate courses across a variety of Information Technology disciplines.
  • Researched external sources to ensure the students received information that reflected current trends in information technology.
  • Teach various introductory business and information technology courses on an as needed basis.
  • Teach business and information technology curriculum leading to Associate Degree.
  • Present Adjunct Evening Faculty for Computer Information Technology Department.
  • Facilitated online courses in Business and Information Technology.
  • Developed and taught Hybrid Information Technology Courses.
  • Developed computer and information technology courses.
  • Mentored Health Information Technology students.
  • Served on the dissertation committee, chair dissertations for Doctorate in Information Technology and mentor students through the dissertation process.
  • Teach information technology courses in Web server, databases technologies, computer security, java, VB scripting and Linux.
  • Resolve information technology (IT) system problems and meet the needs of end-users by applying troubleshooting methodologies.
  • Teach Introduction to Information Technology, Business and Professional Ethics, Integrated Office Procedures and Human Relations.
  • Conducted classes to teach and demonstrate principles, techniques, procedures, or methods of information technology.
  • Participate in Center for Teaching Excellence on average once a month and in Distance Learning Information Technology.
  • Started teaching in the School of Business for associate level courses relating to information technology.
  • Teach Business, Project Management, Human Resources and Information Technology classes to college students.
  • Teach Health Information Technology, Electronic Medical Records, Medical Billing, and Insurance Coding.
  • Facilitate three credit Health Information Technology Course * Online course based on adult learning principals.
  • Provide classroom instruction to undergraduate students taking up Information Technology (IT) classes.

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12. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Instructed medical assistant students, preparing lesson plans and administering curriculum to support certification; ensured comprehension and practical knowledge.
  • Developed and maintained lesson plans for course objectives, created handout materials and provided visual presentations to complement instructed materials.
  • Prepared, administered and evaluated student-teacher lesson plans, teaching modules and examinations; recorded student assignments and grades.
  • Developed lesson plans to include experiential learning and innovative techniques for enhanced learning and positive outcomes.
  • Developed lesson plans per college syllabus objectives (Human Resource Management and Business Administration).
  • Developed curriculum, lesson plans and assessments with special focus on integrating technology into instruction.
  • Design effective and creative lesson plans and evaluation techniques based on desired curriculum outcome.
  • Executed pertinent lesson plans for adult learners focusing on conversation skills and listening comprehension.
  • Develop lesson plans and deliver presentations using Smart Boards and other educational technology.
  • Developed creative lesson plans and innovative instructional aids designed for unique learning experiences.
  • Developed creative lesson plans that incorporated individual learning as well as cooperative learning.
  • Developed lesson plans, evaluated students' development, and implemented study methodologies.
  • Developed grade-boosting initiatives and established lesson plans that yielded impressive results.
  • Developed lesson plans using established curriculum guidelines and rating criteria.
  • Developed and implemented instructional lesson plans and classroom exams.
  • Develop lesson plans to coincide with university curriculum.
  • Prepared appropriate daily lesson plans, assignments and assessments
  • Developed lesson plans according to preset curriculum.
  • Prepared lesson plans for Hospitality Marketing Course.
  • Develop lesson plans according to educational needs.

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13. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitated and supervised introductory biology laboratory activities.
  • Led creative and ethical discussions about biology and the applications of recent advancements in technology.
  • Developed DNA Technology lab to be incorporated into general biology laboratory course.
  • Course designer and consultant for general chemistry and biology student laboratory exercises.
  • Instructed students in Clinical Microbiology course in the Medical Laboratory Technician program.
  • Assisted laboratory manager with weekly biology laboratory set-up and break down.
  • Lectured and prepared laboratory exercises in General Biology for undergraduate students.
  • Applied dynamic leadership talents in performing routine clinical microbiology testing.
  • Educated students on the theoretical fundamentals of Microbiology and Biology.
  • Advised five students preparing presentations for a capstone biology seminar.
  • Recorded and maintained inventory of materials for campus Biology laboratory.
  • Teach introductory college biology Revise and improve undergraduate laboratory exercises
  • Designed and lectured an undergraduate course in Evolutionary Biology.
  • Supervised and organized a number of independent biology projects.
  • Teach microbiology and introductory biology to undergraduate and returning students
  • Conducted laboratory sessions for undergraduates (Biology-major).
  • Instructed 300-level Genetics and 200-level General Biology laboratories.
  • Developed lesson plans for the Microbiology Laboratory.
  • General Biology Laboratory including fetal pig dissection.
  • Organized weekly demonstrations for biology laboratory.

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14. Topics

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Here's how Topics is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Prepare and deliver lectures to undergraduate on topics such as hazardous waste management, industrial safety, and environmental toxicology.
  • Fostered active classroom participation that encouraged students to apply the complex legal topics to their existing business interests.
  • Developed and delivered day-long and evening programs for Management Certificate Programs (topics available upon request).
  • Teach various topics related to intellectual property, music publishing, licensing and music entrepreneurship.
  • Lectured students on course topics and collaborated with other instructors/professionals to ensure student success.
  • Plan and coordinate business related classes*Instruct students in business topics*Prepare materials pertaining to course material
  • Employed the latest educational approaches and incorporated current events and other topics into curriculum.
  • Teach online graduate-level courses in topics related to higher education institutional research and assessment.
  • Research Topics for Continuing Education of Pharmacists and present them at educational conferences.
  • Prepared lectures and instructed students about topics related to family and intimate violence.
  • Facilitate critical thinking on historical topics and encourage connection to modern day.
  • Encouraged and supported discussion-based instruction on special topics in every course taught.
  • Lead high fidelity simulations for undergraduate nursing students on various clinical topics.
  • Discussed topics on sociological concepts related to race and ethnicity.
  • Lectured topics on childhood/adolescent and geriatric mental health issues.
  • Introduce relevant current event topics applicable to lecture material.
  • Facilitate seminars on topics of personal and professional interest.
  • Participated on thesis committees and researched topics including.
  • Prepare and implement classroom assessments and presentation topics.
  • Provide guidance regarding various business topics.

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15. Blackboard

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Here's how Blackboard is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Instructed upper level education classes and assessed progress using face-to-face and distance based instructional methods (Blackboard)
  • Developed Quantitative Analysis and Financial Market courses for online using Blackboard.
  • Utilized Blackboard online learning platform for delivery of materials and assignments.
  • Participated in professional development workshops on the Blackboard learning management system.
  • Utilized Blackboard online software for administrative tasks and test administration.
  • Utilized Blackboard and Campus Connection Learning Management Systems.
  • Experience utilizing Blackboard Learning System and Blackboard Collaborate.
  • Utilized Blackboard to supplement classroom instruction.
  • Obtained online instructor certification in Blackboard.
  • Communicated with students using Blackboard.
  • Developed curriculum and course format: Online assignments and group postings using BlackBoard, Classroom lectures, and Clinical skills demonstrations.
  • Course creation, delivery and management utilizing Blackboard & Canvas as an asynchronous component to the in class lecture and lab.
  • Utilize Blackboard to present course content, such as chapter notes, grades, assignment rubrics, and to administer quizzes.
  • Utilize online course managements systems, such as Blackboard, to adapt to a variety of student learning styles and situations.
  • Instruct graduate students; present course material via WebEx and Blackboard, facilitate weekly discussions, prepare and grade various assignments.
  • Developed syllabus and created all other assignments, quizzes and discussion board content to be utilized in course through Blackboard.
  • Implemented online tools (I-Learn/Blackboard) to supplement student learning and communicate due dates and student accessibility to course material.
  • Have convert Consumer Behavior to Blackboard in spring 2014; will convert Principle of Retailing to blackboard in fall 2014.
  • Utilized school resources such as Blackboard to provide a positive interactive environment with students and held regular office hours.
  • Develop and maintain course content which includes use of Web Tools and outside educational sites using the Blackboard platform.

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16. Ethics

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Here's how Ethics is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Prepared and delivered instructional and course objectives for undergraduate Comparative Criminal Justice and Ethics in Criminal Justice courses.
  • Utilized unconventional methods and resources to educate students in an Introductory Psychology and Introductory Ethics course.
  • Applied college protocols for disability accommodation and/or resolution of student academic misconduct/code of ethics violations.
  • Instructed on professionalism, ethics, communication and community resources.
  • Demonstrate professionalism with positive ethics, punctuality and appearance.
  • Evaluated students individually on performance and work ethics.
  • Prepared, taught, and administrated 1 undergraduate class in Organizational Ethics and Leader Decision Making to approximately 15 students per quarter
  • Teach Marketing 1010 to college freshmen and working professionals encompassing SWOT analysis, ethics, consumer behavior, targeting and globalization.
  • Partnered with MD to teach a course that focused on doctor/patient interaction, medical ethics, social medicine and behavior health.
  • Created survey course covering business ethics, civil and criminal law, contracts, constitutional law, property and business law.
  • Instruct first-year business and technology course; topics include globalization, entrepreneurship, business ethics, e-Commerce, and marketing.
  • Instruct college level classes including Leadership, Business Ethics, Professional Communications, International Management, and Criminal Justice.
  • Provided instruction on First Amendment law, libel, privacy law, and professional ethics to undergraduate journalism students.
  • Designed and teach Organizational Law, Ethics, Legal Ethics and Arbitration and Mediation for on line and f2f classes
  • Purpose of course was to develop an increased awareness of the importance of corporate social responsibility and business ethics.
  • Teach weekend business courses such as Business Statistics, Business Ethics, Finance, and Economics for Managers.
  • Developed and taught classroom and online courses in Humanities, Ethics, Critical Thinking, and General Education.
  • Web based instruction with a focus on behavioral sciences, human services, psychology, and professional ethics.
  • Instructed many traditional and nontraditional students in the areas of Accounting, Business Math, and Business Ethics.
  • Mentor coach for health and wellness coaching students as part International Coaching Federation ethics and core competencies.

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17. Theory

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Here's how Theory is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Instruct graduate & undergraduate: *Management Information Systems *Project Management *Marketing Management *Management Principles *E-Marketing *Ethics *Global Marketing *Organization Theory & Design
  • Facilitated and implemented interactive and healthy learning environment to further enhance graduate student skills in group theory and techniques.
  • Coordinate in-class presentations of community agency representatives to help students with application of theory and relevant experiences.
  • Established learning objectives, designed curriculum, and developed interactive class activities effectively integrating theory and practice.
  • Utilized system technology to educate students and connect Sociological Theory to world events and their everyday lives.
  • Applied Marketing Communication Theory - Integrates theoretical and critical thinking approaches into marketing communication decision making.
  • Recognized as an approachable and experienced instructor combining theory and practice.
  • Developed lecture and lab materials relating to audio transducer design theory.
  • Presented classroom based lectures on theory and practical laboratory instruction.
  • Demonstrated theory and application of Clinical Nurse Specialist core competencies.
  • Introduce auditing theory, stressing development of decision-making skills.
  • Incorporate higher-level learning and assisted the students to understand early childhood theory and apply curriculum design theory to real world applications.
  • Continued to delve into the Adobe creative design programs while teaching design basics and theory in ART314 Introduction to Graphic Design.
  • Worked with students to understand theory and diagnostic processes dealing with alignment, tire, frame, engine oil, coolant.
  • Served as clinical and theory instructor for senior nursing students in advanced medical-surgical, nursing research and nursing management courses.
  • Contribute to the learning of accounting students enrolled in the university courses of basic and intermediate accounting concepts and theory.
  • Developed and taught college courses in academic success skills, leadership, career exploration, and student development theory.
  • Conducted training workshops on Whole Language Learning theory, curriculum design, needs analysis design, and program evaluation.
  • Teach Advanced Roles, Theory Perspectives of Nursing, Quality and Finance, and Practicum II- Qualitative for Nurse Administrators
  • Develop teaching strategies for implementing and instructing the fundamentals of curatorial studies and critical theory at the undergraduate level.

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18. Organizational Behavior

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Here's how Organizational Behavior is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Instruct graduate & undergraduate: *Human Motivation and Behavior *Organizational Behavior *Principles of Management
  • Contributed in teaching Organizational Behavior, Marketing, and Communication Strategies.
  • Facilitate online courses in Organizational Behavior and International Business Environment.
  • Course: Individual and Organizational Behavior
  • Prepare and teach classes on Teams and Organizational Behavior in the premier masters program in the country for product development.
  • Design and teach the first online course of Organizational Behavior in the Industrial Organizational Psychology Program.
  • Instruct students in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at the graduate and undergraduate level.
  • Teach Business Administration courses in: BSA 319 Organizational Behavior BSA 435 Human Resource Management
  • Develop educational course content as it relates to the subject of Organizational Behavior.
  • Facilitate Organizational Behavior (BUSI 240) classes in online format.
  • Instructed an undergraduate course in Organizational Behavior from 1995-1997.
  • SCHOOL FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAINING, Brattleboro, VT 2005-Present Adjunct Faculty Course: Organizational Behavior - Effective Multicultural Teams

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19. Anatomy

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Here's how Anatomy is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Lectured in Biochemistry, Biology and Anatomy & Physiology, and conducted laboratory sessions for Biology and Anatomy/Physiology courses.
  • Instruct Anatomy and Physiology courses and conduct lectures and dissection-based laboratories incorporating cat and fetal pig specimens.
  • Provide classroom instruction on various biological topics in teaching Human Anatomy and Physiology lecture and laboratory classes.
  • Facilitated online courses in Medical Terminology and Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology and Health Sciences.
  • Conveyed complex scientific information with poise and professionalism as leader of undergraduate anatomy/physiology laboratory course.
  • Provided detail academic instruction for college students in anatomy & physiology, and medical terminology.
  • Develop curriculum and facilitate class instruction in dental anatomy, histology and embryology.
  • Developed and teach Dental & General Anatomy and Dental Assistant Professional online fall semester
  • Prepared lectures and coordinated laboratory experiences in radiology, anatomy and dental materials.
  • Lectured on advanced Anatomy and physiology for surgical technology and respiratory therapy students.
  • Implement and present innovative educational programs in group facilitation-Instructing biology and anatomy lecture/lab.
  • Facilitate classes on anatomy and physiology, ensuring student's comprehensive understanding.
  • Managed anatomy lab and facilitated anatomical dissection lectures to nursing students.
  • Instructed Licensed Practical Nursing students in Human Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Concentrated specialties in Anatomy and Physiology and Advanced Language Disorders.
  • Experience includes teaching anatomy and physiology and introductory chemistry courses
  • Instructed online human anatomy and physiology lecture and laboratory.
  • Developed and taught online human anatomy & physiology lecture.
  • Conduct Biology, Geology and Anatomy laboratory classes.
  • Conduct Anatomy and Physiology lecture and laboratory classes.

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20. Physiology

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Here's how Physiology is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Provide individualized tutoring for doctoral level students in physiology to promote academic success.
  • Survey of Human Physiology Laboratory.
  • Provided instruction for Human Biology, Ecology, Evolution and Society, Structure and Function, and Human Physiology courses.
  • Course load - Exercise Physiology Lab (EXSC 240L) focusing on current lab methods in exercise physiology.
  • Course Work: The Physiology of Alcoholism and Other Substance Abuse and Dependence
  • Instructed the lab portion of physiology.
  • Developed curriculum and created laboratory practices to demonstrate major principles of the Nutrition Science and Human Physiology.
  • Educate massage students in biochemical nutrition, advanced physiology, pathology and nervous/neuromuscular systems.
  • Developed and implemented a novel pathophysiology course in a Problem Based Learning format.
  • Instructed undergraduate level Human Physiology, PSIO 2314, a required lecture and laboratory course for the Associate Degree in Nursing.
  • Guide and successfully instruct students in: Human Pathophysiology Nursing, Introduction to Nursing Research, and Evidence-Based Capstone Projects.
  • Lectured Advanced Pathophysiology, Physical Assessment, and Trauma Urgent Care curses in the MSN Family Nurse Practitioner program.
  • Focus of the class was on management of female physiology, STDs, contraception, sexuality and relationships.
  • Provided clinical education regarding the pathophysiology of acute and chronic illnesses, nursing interventions and assessments of the above cliental.
  • Advanced Pathophysiology Contributed to syllabus development.
  • Massage Therapy II An in-depth study of pathology and pathophysiology as it relates to massage therapy.
  • Direct laboratory courses in Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology Present lectures with regard to health and fitness Instruct and supervise physical activity classes
  • Exercise Physiology Department Taught Health and Wellness Promotion classes Advisor for Senior interns completing practicums in the community
  • Develop curriculum and teach "Intro to Physical Therapy" Course Instruct lab sessions for "Exercise Physiology" Course
  • Instructed KINS 2593 Kinesiology and Neurophysiology and KINS 2591 Kinesiology and Neurophysiology Lab for the Kinesiology Department to pre-occupational therapy students.

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21. Sociology

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Here's how Sociology is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Developed curriculum to assist learners with the comprehension and synthesis of contemporary and traditional theories of sociology.
  • Facilitated student learning by teaching courses in cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, and sociology.
  • Researched, prepared and delivered academic lectures and coursework for university level sociology course.
  • Developed special lectures on medical sociology, health disparities, and inequality.
  • Provided instruction in a variety of undergraduate level psychology and sociology courses.
  • Teach face-to-face classes in Sociology and face-to-face classes in Cultural Diversity/Humanities.
  • Facilitated courses in psychology, sociology, research and independent learning.
  • Authored two peer-reviewed sociology publications on medicine and public policy.
  • Provided instruction for an undergraduate human development and sociology courses.
  • Teach introductory and advanced courses in Sociology and Psychology.
  • Teach undergraduate classes in Psychology, Criminal Justice and Sociology
  • Fall Semester 2006-Spring Semester 2007-Sociology 101 Introduction to Sociology.
  • Instructed introductory and intermediate level Sociology courses.
  • United States History I Introduction to Sociology
  • Approved to teach undergraduate sociology.
  • Teach multiple sections of Introductory Sociology
  • Interacted with students at a distance while serving as course instructor in the criminology, sociology, and psychology disciplines.
  • Designed and taught cross - curricular lessons in the areas of sociology, foreign Language, and political science departments.
  • Served as community college Instructor for the Human Services Department charged with teaching courses including Sociology 100/101 and Public Relations.
  • Teach Sociology on sophomore level course Assisting students in educational work Tutoring students one on one in class room setting

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22. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Analyze writings to initiate thematic, multicultural comprehension/interpretation of literature
  • Supported the development of a comprehensive literature unit curriculum, including balanced literacy that utilizes a variety of reading strategies.
  • Encouraged research and analysis of contemporary, award-winning Children's Literature authors.
  • Facilitated lectures on research concepts, literature reviews and data collection.
  • Translated and analyzed legislative documents, reports and academic literature.
  • Developed and taught original curriculum for writing and literature courses.
  • Teach humanities, literature and written communications to undergraduates.
  • Utilized various instructional tools regarding key literature.
  • Created syllabus for American Literature Class.
  • Teach Composition, Composition and Literature
  • Keep abreast of developments in the field by researching current literature, collaborating with colleagues, and participating in professional conferences.
  • Teach College Writing and Literature (WPU equivalent of 1500) for the nationally recognized First Year Writing Program at MSU.
  • Designed and wrote the on-line versions of, Short Fiction, and, Introduction to Literature, for Emmanuel College.
  • Teach classes as assigned, such as English Composition, World Literature II, Exposition and Persuasion and Technical Communications.
  • Implemented critical thinking through discussions, psychological research and literature, research questions, outcomes, and communication of outcomes.
  • Contracted by the School of Adult Learning for delivery of Spanish Language and Literature coursework in an intensive format.
  • Instructed students in a variety of ESL-related subjects, including grammar, film and literature, and oral English.
  • Maintain abreast of developments by reading current literature, talking with colleagues, and participating in professional conferences.
  • Teach English 320 Multicultural American Literature, English 120 Expository Writing, and English 300 Introduction to Creative Writing
  • Develop and instruct Online curriculum for Developmental English and English 102 (Literature) using WebCT and Angel.

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23. Public Health

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Here's how Public Health is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Educate students on importance of community/public health nursing.
  • Developed course curriculum and taught for the Masters of Health Systems and the Masters of Public Health Degree Program.
  • Designed and taught a web-based course on Health Literacy to medical students and Masters of Public Health Students.
  • Teach wellness concepts and application undergraduate students in the School of Public Health & Health Services.
  • Created course work and examinations for an Introduction to Public Health class Instructed and evaluated students
  • Provide undergraduate and graduate instruction in Wellness, Program Planning and Introduction to Public Health.
  • Developed distant learning courses: The Healthy Professional and Public Health for the Professional.
  • Assisted with the application for R36 CDC Grant for Public Health Dissertation Research.
  • Provide clinical instruction to dental hygiene students in the public health setting.
  • Provided guest lectures to graduate and undergraduate students of Nursing and Public Health
  • Serve as mentor in online RN-to-BSN Public Health Nursing course.
  • Teach and prepare students for careers in public health.
  • Facilitate learning for public health nursing students.
  • Presented lectures on public health to undergraduates.
  • Revise and manage public health course.
  • Instructed graduate level courses including Epidemiology & Risk Management and Biostatistics for students enrolled in the Masters of Public Health program.
  • Supervised two students in the MPH Program during a clinical practicum experience with the Rhode Island Public Health Association TEACHING EXPERIENCE
  • Teach upper division students within the Health, Physical Education, Sport Management, Recreation and Public Health department.
  • Support and fulfill the mission of the College of Public Health* Instruct on subject matter of Public Health Administration
  • Updated and created syllabi for existing and new courses within the Department of Public Health & Prevention Science.

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24. Graduate Level

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Here's how Graduate Level is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Prepared and delivered lectures to undergraduate and graduate level student on abnormal psychology, cognitive processes and work motivation.
  • Provided undergraduate level instruction for college credit; Institutional and Community Corrections and Introduction to Corrections.
  • Facilitate undergraduate and graduate level business courses offered by the College of Business and Management.
  • Instruct undergraduate level education students in the applications of technology in education.
  • Developed and taught a computer-aided instruction course for undergraduate level statistics.
  • Certified to teach four undergraduate level acquisition courses to mid-level managers.
  • Teach multimedia storytelling and screenplay writing at the undergraduate level
  • Provide regular and structured supervision with graduate level student.
  • Teach graduate level courses in educational leadership and organizational studies
  • Guided graduate level students in establishing cultural competency.
  • Re-developed graduate and undergraduate level Market Research courses.
  • Provide curriculum instruction to graduate level students.
  • Teach undergraduate level communications courses.
  • Advised undergraduate level teaching assistants.
  • Teach on-line undergraduate level courses in the Mental Health Department by utilizing learning methods that targets both individuals and groups.
  • Trained 50+ Faculty; Facilitated Courses Teaching 2000+ Students; Approved to Teach 19 Different Undergraduate and Graduate Level Courses.
  • Provide undergraduate level instruction for college credit; Speech Communications and College Experience classroom instructor for Arts and Humanities.
  • Create and deliver curriculum for graduate level classes in areas of project management, leadership, and managerial marketing.
  • Teach undergraduate and graduate level classes and labs in heat & mass transfer, fluid mechanics, and CAD.
  • Teach management, human resources, organizational development, juvenile justice, criminal justice courses at the undergraduate level.

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25. Intro

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Here's how Intro is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Instruct Business Education courses, including Introduction to Business, Personal Finance, Business Marketing and Business Communication, for undergraduate students
  • Teach courses within the Human Services Department including Introductory to Chemical Dependency Counseling and Family Therapy in Addicted Family Systems.
  • Led campus and online teaching support for student introductory courses while consistently building and sustaining all mutually beneficial academic relationships.
  • Introduced service learning requirement to the curriculum linking it to social and ethical responsibility trends observed in disciplines.
  • Designed to introduce the student to experimental techniques and methodological problems involved in the investigation of psychological phenomena.
  • Conceptualized and introduced curriculum, materials, and narrative lesson-plans, delivered high-quality presentations and learning programs.
  • Create and implement Introductory Chemistry lecture and laboratory curriculum to meet the higher education needs of students.
  • Facilitate online courses in Cultural and Political Environments of International Business and Introduction to International Business.
  • Introduced spreadsheet applications, database management, word processing and presentation software to new computer users.
  • Developed and delivered college level courses including Introduction to Network Administration and Introduction to Computers
  • Graduate courses include: Introduction to Counseling and Administration and Organization of Counseling Programs
  • Introduced basic biological concepts and assisted with procedures and interpretation of experimental results.
  • Guided students through introductory coursework; typically facilitating two to four courses concurrently.
  • Introduce appropriate statistical methods for data collection methods for student's individual projects
  • Introduced students to descriptive statistics, probability, inference and hypothesis testing.
  • Lectured on Introduction to Oral Communications and Interdisciplinary General and Professional Studies.
  • Introduced and implemented mock medication administration to facilitate hands on clinical practice.
  • Associate faculty member teaching introductory college level courses in Marketing and Business;
  • Teach Introduction to Gaming and Simulation and Object-Oriented Programming to Freshmen and Sophomores
  • Introduce and emphasize standards for professional communication skills for vocationally driven students.

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26. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Conducted PowerPoint lectures and used other multimedia to engage and educate students.
  • Utilized a combination of state-of-the-art PowerPoint presentations and laboratory experiments.
  • Design and deliver PowerPoint presentations in conjunction with classroom lectures.
  • Create PowerPoint presentations for use during lectures and/or presentations.
  • Create PowerPoint presentations to compliment classroom instruction delivery.
  • Constructed PowerPoints to cover learning objectives.
  • Create and deliver PowerPoint presentations.
  • Created and utilized PowerPoint presentations.
  • Develop professional presentations in PowerPoint.
  • Lectured 11 students in general chemistry, using PowerPoint(TM) slides, hands-on practice exercises, examinations and quizzes.
  • Developed innovative PowerPoint lectures with maps, charts, tables, and video clips that engaged students with assigned course texts.
  • Teach Computer Applications course that focuses on learning the Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access applications.
  • Created custom course curriculum using video, PowerPoint, KeyNote, and interactive quiz software for corporate and state agencies.
  • Prepare and deliver lectures to students in a variety of ways including PowerPoint's, overhead slides, and videos.
  • Conducted weekly undergraduate lectures on for Microsoft Office Applications including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Capture the student's attention through PowerPoint presentations, active discussion, videos, small group activities and assignments.
  • Provided training in Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher) and various keyboarding software.
  • Assist with the production of campus schedules, create and maintain campus displays including electronic advertisements using PowerPoint.
  • Evaluated 15 student's assignments, papers, and PowerPoint presentations per week during the six week course.
  • Prepare curriculum and Teach Digital Media Design (Adobe software), Grammar, Web, and PowerPoint.

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27. Seminar

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Here's how Seminar is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Delivered Financial Seminar presentations to recently graduated Pharmacy students to instruct them how to reduce personal debt and manage student loans.
  • Developed, implemented and designed assessments for original seminar and experiential learning courses that have been adopted into the Major curriculum.
  • Developed and delivered graduate-level seminar addressing service-connected PTSD, Veterans and family members' readjustment issues and military culture.
  • Managed the laboratory set up for the Biotechnology department and also involved in drafting research proposals and conducting seminars/conferences
  • Assume responsibility for own continuing education by participation in workshops, seminars, regional and/or national meetings.
  • Key Accomplishments: * Directed seminars on fundamental beliefs and potential benefits of multicultural education.
  • Created and implemented instruction for Contemporary History, Senior Seminar and Critical Thinking classes.
  • Attended weekend seminar on the efficacy and implementation of emotion focused couples therapy.
  • Attend professional development seminars offered through Delta College Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence.
  • Developed instructional curriculum, conducted seminars and taught college level courses in horticulture.
  • Traveled extensively to deliver presentations and seminars on key mental health issues.
  • Facilitated seminar discussions and provided supervision for students on community service projects.
  • Developed and implemented numerous Health and Wellness Seminars and Workshops.
  • Attended professional development seminar with focus on learning goals.
  • Teach clinical seminar course to graduate Family Nurse Practitioner Students
  • Delivered various presentations and seminars to faculty and students.
  • Participated in continuing education and faculty development workshops and seminars
  • Developed Reinstatement Seminar curriculum for returning probationary students.
  • Designed engaging seminars substantially improving attendance and persistence.
  • Participate in faculty conferences and faculty development seminars.

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28. Public Speaking

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Here's how Public Speaking is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitated courses for the Department of Communication, including Public Speaking, Interpersonal Communication & Advanced Public Speaking.
  • Prepared and delivered instructional and course objectives for undergraduate Communications (Public Speaking) and Leadership courses.
  • Conducted course instruction for Communication, Public Speaking, Interpersonal Communication, Intercultural Communications and Persuasion.
  • Facilitated and taught Introduction to Interpersonal Communication and Public Speaking classes to traditional and non-traditional students.
  • Instructed various classes, including public speaking, introduction to communication, and interpersonal communication.
  • Developed curriculum and taught public speaking and professional communication courses for students in all majors.
  • Developed public speaking skills with students including components of delivery, explanation and persuasion.
  • Helped students develop public speaking skills, practice delivery, and manage communication apprehension.
  • Facilitated persuasive argumentation, and informative debate rhetoric for public speaking.
  • Teach public relations, speech communication/public speaking and interpersonal communication courses
  • Facilitated learning to increase public speaking performance.
  • Coached and mentored countless students in an effort to help them personally reduce public speaking anxiety and improve their communication skills.
  • Instructed students in argumentation, strategy, public speaking, and a variety of political, economic, and ethical topics.
  • Teach Interpersonal Communication, Intercultural Communication, Public Speaking, Composition and Research, Writing for the Workplace, and more.
  • Described as captivating, compelling and engaging by students and faculty through exceptional public speaking skills and subject matter knowledge.
  • Led workshops on APA and MLA style documentation, research skills, public speaking, and literary and academic publishing.
  • Facilitated discussions and encouraged small group interaction in an effort to reduce students' fear associated with public speaking.
  • Position required excellent public speaking and communications skills, ability to work with a diverse population, and creativity.
  • Sole instructor for multiple sections of Interpersonal Communication, Public Speaking, and Small Group Communication Courses per semester.
  • Created and developed classes in composition, technical writing, basic computers, public speaking, and developmental reading.

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29. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Developed curriculum, class content, and class activities covering culturally competent counseling techniques in consideration of various different cultures.
  • Integrated technology, critical thinking and problems solving strategies into class activities and independent practice.
  • Developed and delivered lectures, assignments, interactive class activities and demonstrations.
  • Facilitated and monitored online class activities and assignments.
  • Facilitate classroom discussion and create in-class activities.
  • Planned and implemented weekly lectures, in-class activities, homework assignments, exams, field trips and labs.
  • Design and conduct lectures, class activities, homework and labs for undergraduate general biology courses.
  • Gather educational materials and present using PowerPoint, video clips, and in-class activities.
  • Developed own syllabus, lecture notes, teaching assignments and all class activities
  • Create mid-term and final exams, including all assignments and in-class activities.
  • Developed course content, in-class activities, design-projects, and assessment.
  • Lectured and conducted class activities as necessary to help students learn.
  • Created teaching lessons, PowerPoints, in-class activities, and exams.
  • Developed interactive lesson plans, class activities and grading rubrics.
  • Manage class activities, standardized assessments, records and reporting.
  • Designed and conducted weekly lectures, and in class activities.
  • Designed syllabus and prepared lesson plans and class activities.
  • Prepared lesson materials and class activities.
  • Engaged students with in-class activities.
  • Develop and manage syllabus materials, Coordinate courseware and curriculum, facilitate class activities and evaluate student performance

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30. Diversity

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Here's how Diversity is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Teach undergraduate students courses in Cultural Diversity and Inter-cultural Communication, Business Ethics and Management and World Religions.
  • Provided instruction and evaluation of Human Communications, infusing technology, diversity issues and active learning methods.
  • Participated in required in-service meetings, portfolio assessment training, professional development workshops and diversity training.
  • Course: Supervision Program: Supervisory Management Course: Diversity & Change Management Program: Supervisory Management
  • Collaborated with other departments within the Division of Undergraduate Education on academic and diversity issues.
  • Prepared and delivered lectures to undergraduate students on topics relating to Cultural Diversity in Education
  • Enhance learning through practical experience and expertise in history and cultural diversity.
  • Facilitate understanding in diversity training via traditional and distance learning models.
  • Managed development and implementation of college yield diversity activities.
  • Collaborated with faculty and students on diversity issues.
  • Designed diversity-focused curriculum, materials, and programs.
  • Lead developer of Organizational Diversity specialization.
  • Applied diversity curriculum building expertise.
  • Course Topics: Social Aspects of Diversity, Emotional Intelligence, and Diversity in the Workplace & Issues in Human Diversity.
  • Lead and facilitated courses in Cultural Diversity, Introduction to University Studies and Skills for Learning in an Info Age.
  • Key Contributions: - Practice values and mission of the college education, methodology, retention, diversity and assessment.
  • Teach Critical Thinking, Cultural Diversity, Marketing, Management, and International Business in the proprietary online platform.
  • Act as a resource and collaborator with the Diversity and Inclusion Council leaders towards the college's diversity initiatives.
  • Address faculty development workshops about diversity issues, writing center pedagogy, cultural differences in rhetoric, and more.
  • Graduate Courses: Literary Ireland: Tolerance & Diversity, Republic of Ireland Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

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31. Practicum

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Here's how Practicum is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Provided supervised training to assist practicum students in developing the clinical skills and competencies necessary to become skilled clinicians.
  • Customized Leadership Practicum course with service learning component that increased leadership skills and experience of low-income students.
  • Presented on various behavior analytic concepts/strategies pertinent to students' practicum tier level.
  • Research Methodology Instructor *Advanced Research Instructor *Integrated Practicum Coordinator for advanced practicum students.
  • Coordinated the dietetic field experience for practicum students at Chandler-Gilbert College.
  • Graded assignments and evaluated students on preparedness for clinical practicums.
  • Assisted students in gaining meaningful practicum placements for career development.
  • Instructed undergraduate social work students fulfilling practicum requirements for degree.
  • Supervised Practicum Counseling in schools and community mental health facilities.
  • Conduct innovative laboratory practicum to accompany distinct theoretical lectures.
  • Provided supervision for graduate students in their first clinical practicum
  • Coordinated and facilitated clinical practicum for nurse practitioner students.
  • Served as an instructor for Dietetic Technology practicum students.
  • Developed practicum outlines for in class clinical demonstration.
  • Supervised bachelors students in Music Therapy practicum.
  • Supervised and evaluated students in home care practicum
  • Provide ongoing clinical supervision to practicum students.
  • Mentored and supervised students in research practicum.
  • Coordinated student practicum placements in community.
  • Developed senior clinical practicum guidelines.

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32. Office Hours

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Here's how Office Hours is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Course: General Biology lecture & General Biology laboratory Responsibilities: lecture preparation, laboratory preparation, and office hours.
  • Maintained faculty office hours and responsible for all administrative requirements including grading and student interventions.
  • Keep posted office hours and participate in continuing education and professional development activities.
  • Conducted student office hours in order to provide counseling and individualized instruction.
  • Be available for student consultation and advising during regular-posted office hours.
  • Maintained regular office hours for student academic advisement and consultation.
  • Maintain assigned office hours and availability to students.
  • Maintained office hours for student academic advisement/consultation.
  • Assessed, monitored, and provided guidance to students to ensure academic growth and progress with office hours outside of classroom.
  • Maintain a current knowledge of and comply with established policies regarding evaluation methods, office hours, attendance records and grading.
  • Maintain office hours for student-teacher consults as needed and maintain daily communications with students as required to assist with course material.
  • Hold regular office hours and work with students one-on-one to bolster course concepts and assist with overcoming communication apprehension.
  • Provided timely, quality access to students through posted office hours, electronic communication and other appropriate methods.
  • Maintained a posted minimum of ten office hours a week and was available for student conferences and tutoring.
  • Create lesson plans, maintain order in the classroom, answer student questions and hold office hours.
  • Maintain regularly scheduled office hours to advise and assist students to improve performance to master subject content.
  • Assessed students' progress and assisted those who sought additional guidance with course work during office hours.
  • Assisted students outside of the classroom by providing office hours, career advising, and mentoring.
  • Participate in staff, student and department meetings as needed while maintaining on site office hours.
  • Complete appointments with students outside of class during office hours to discuss class related issues.

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33. Internet

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Here's how Internet is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Refined Internet sourcing strategy, including developing automated posting of jobs.
  • Conducted college level Business Education classes via internet resources.
  • Utilize and facilitate learning via classroom internet technology.
  • Trained Adult ESL 200 and ESL 300 students in Social Studies using North Star materials and internet blog and websites.
  • Prepared lectures using PowerPoint slides, the Internet, textbook material, and activities for group and class discussions.
  • Delivered teaching in business math, introduction to computers, and internet research courses for business administration program.
  • Utilize classroom learning system technology (provided by university), the Internet, and Microsoft Office software
  • Conduct Internet research, summarize and follow-up accordingly with Director(s) and students.
  • Instructed students on the following software: Microsoft Office, Microsoft Windows, Internet/Email.
  • Teach Introduction to Internet, Introduction to PCs, MS Word toward MOUS Certification.
  • Teach seated, hybrid, collapsed, collaborative, and internet courses.
  • Utilize Internet for resources on current events in business to complement curriculum.
  • Use Blackboard Internet technology to proctor lessons, assignments, and tests.
  • Course Experience: Internet Marketing (MBA); Principles of Marketing
  • Used Blackboard Internet technology to create hybrid online and face-to-face course.
  • Planned and taught an MBA-level course in Internet Marketing and e-Business.
  • Use internet resources for communication, tracking, and grading.
  • Integrated Internet videos and other on-line experiences during lecture.
  • Engaged in course development activities for internet courses.
  • Developed Power Point, some internet video clips.

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34. Economics

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Here's how Economics is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Developed and taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses including Managerial Accounting, Financial Accounting, Microeconomics and Managerial Economics.
  • Guide students in understanding fundamental and advanced concepts in Corporate Finance, Investments, Micro- and Macroeconomics and Statistical Analysis.
  • Provided instruction which included lecture and tutoring classes in Economics in accordance with established college-approved curriculum and course outlines.
  • Facilitate face-to-face English and Economics seminars utilizing Adult learning methodologies and Problem Based Learning Pedagogy.
  • Facilitated undergraduate and graduate courses in economics and English in an online, asynchronous environment.
  • Provided and developed courses in Economics and Business Administration for the bilingual student community.
  • Develop curriculum in Undergraduate and Graduate Financial Analysis, Business Economics and Statistics.
  • Conduct college level courses in management, computer applications and economics.
  • Course: Macroeconomics and Microeconomics (Introductory and Intermediate Levels)
  • Facilitated Macroeconomics 211 to adult learners for Bachelors candidates.
  • Lectured and taught Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.
  • Core concentration of Economics and Merchandising Management.
  • Teach online classes for macroeconomics and microeconomics.
  • Developed and presented curriculum for Introductory Economics classes
  • Lectured undergraduate students enrolled in Business/Economics courses
  • Teach Microeconomics and Basic Economics.
  • Teach multiple courses in the areas of Business, Economic, Marketing, Accounting, International Economics and Professional Development.
  • Provide instruction in accounting, business math, economics, management, marketing and sales for Northern Maine Community College.
  • Teach Statistics for Business and Economics and Human Resource Management, but have also taught Organizational Behavior in the past.
  • Educate students in diverse courses including Principle of Business, Introduction to Management, Economics, and Accounting.

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35. Adult Learners

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Here's how Adult Learners is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitate in-class discussions using thinking tools and project based instruction geared toward adult learners.
  • Established positive relationships with adult learners and faculty by incorporating professional and life experiences.
  • Provided classroom instruction to adult learners using current teaching curriculum and instructions.
  • Demonstrate adaptability to facilitate course content with adult learners from diverse backgrounds.
  • School of Human Services-teach Human Service Portfolio Development to adult learners.
  • Develop and instruct differentiated Ceramics & Humanities curriculum for adult learners.
  • Engaged adult learners in an active learning-centered environment.
  • Worked extensively with adult learners.
  • Apply personal experience as a trainer, educator and business manager to instruct, guide, and motivate adult learners.
  • Engaged adult learners using a variety of instructional design techniques to ensure knowledge transfer from the classroom to the workplace.
  • Provided instruction on basic principles of long term care to adult learners as part of their continuing educational training.
  • Provide online instruction and facilitation of structured curriculum to adult learners enrolled in two year and four-year degree programs.
  • Instructed a series of human resources courses for a group of adult learners that were transitioning into new careers.
  • Utilized a variety of instructional strategies designed to assist adult learners in meeting the objectives of the course.
  • Manage the class of undergraduate and graduate adult learners to inspire their desire to learn course material.
  • Provide timely feedback and support to adult learners to achieve benchmarks of student retention and success.
  • Encourage adult learners and non-traditional students to ensure the feeling of inclusiveness into the learning environment.
  • Instruct business courses to traditional and adult learners in an online and face to face format.
  • Work with administrators, teachers and coaching staff to meet the needs of the adult learners.
  • Facilitated the learning subjects related to business practices, concepts and theories to adult learners.

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36. Business Management

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Here's how Business Management is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Demonstrated relevant and current subject-matter expertise, and helped students connect ideas related to Information Systems Management and Business Management concepts.
  • Engage students in comprehensive discussions on the practical and theoretical applications of business management, leadership, and marketing philosophies.
  • Design and facilitate credit and continuing education courses in human resources, and business management college courses in Human Relations Management
  • Developed and delivered college level instruction in business management.
  • Teach undergrad courses in Hospitality Management and Business Management.
  • Facilitate undergraduate business management courses to approximately 30 students
  • Instructed classes in Criminal Justice / Business Management
  • Instruct Master's-level business management courses.
  • Teach average of 25 students per class in all facets of the Paralegal profession, Business management and Criminal justice.
  • Teach business classes in the areas of Excel Spread Sheet Applications, Business Management, and Food Safety and Sanitation.
  • Teach Business Management, Leadership, Quality, Organizational Strategy courses to MBA students at Central Florida Campuses.
  • Instructed students in: Human Resources Management, Business Management, Small Business Management, and Business Finance.
  • Teach undergraduates Statistics, Research, Business Management, and Legal and Ethical Issues in Human Resources.
  • Facilitate liberal arts and business management courses for students enrolled in the bachelor's program.
  • Presented instruction based on the competencies and performance levels of course in Business Management.
  • Teach graduate and undergraduate business management, accounting, and finance courses
  • Teach online courses: Small Business Management and Introduction to Business.
  • Used simulated games to teach core competencies in Small Business Management.
  • Instruct students in Business Management and Marketing classes following written syllabi and course outlines.
  • Designed and taught Small Business Management Designed and taught International Business Created experiential learning within the classroom.

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37. Philosophy

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Here's how Philosophy is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitated teaching of online humanities course examining relationship between philosophy and ethics including issues relating to morality.
  • Perform client service that solidifies relationships and supports sound business philosophy.
  • Substitute teacher for Communication Arts & Philosophy department.
  • Teach web-enhanced or online Introduction to Philosophy courses
  • Maintain a student centered philosophy.
  • Provide theoretical instruction that reflects an understanding of the philosophy, objectives and curriculum of the nursing program and nursing profession.
  • Led a 16-week Spectrum Business Cohort consisting of 4 classes; English 101, English 102, Philosophy and Speech.
  • Fall 2015: one Intro to Philosophy class, one Intro to Religion class, and one on-line Ethics class.
  • Lecture and teach philosophy, religion and health care related courses to undergraduate students for a community college.
  • Facilitated classes in alignment with the philosophy of the University of Phoenix by creating active learning environments.
  • Course planning, teaching, and assessment for Intro to Philosophy, Ethics, and English Composition.
  • Course Development: Devised modes of presentation and evaluation plan for Online Ethics and Philosophy courses.
  • Teach undergraduate bioethics (Philosophy & Science) and business (Professional Studies) courses.
  • Course taught: Introduction to Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, and Environmental Ethics
  • Served as Faculty Instructor in the field of Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Communications
  • Implement the University's philosophy, program outcomes, and course objectives through clinical teaching
  • Spring 2016: one Intro to Philosophy class, and one on-line Ethics class.
  • Result: Broadened students' awareness of the practice and philosophy of yoga.
  • Instruct undergraduate course, Introduction to Philosophy both in the classroom and online.
  • Develop curriculum for all taught courses in fields of anthropology and philosophy.

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38. BSN

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Here's how BSN is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Supervised all student functions and establish standards and procedural requirements on site to satisfy clinical criteria for a BSN accredited program.
  • Provided psychiatric nursing instruction and supervision at a Boston teaching hospital for students enrolled in generic undergraduate BSN degree program.
  • Served as a clinical faculty for accelerated BSN students in their medical/surgical rotation.
  • Instruct and supervise second-year BSN nursing students in the advanced medical/surgical environment.
  • Performed supervision as clinical instructor during maternal/child health for online BSN students.
  • Teach BSN students the clinical part of their OB rotation, with a focus on maternal newborn nursing.
  • Provided classroom education for approximately 40 first year BSN students in a course titled Intro to Nursing.
  • Instruct baccalaureate level nursing students on the principles of nursing research in an accelerated BSN program.
  • Teach Community Health Nursing Clinical to BSN program nursing students as an adjunct faculty member.
  • Serve as on-line faculty for Nursing Division, teaching in both BSN-RN and MSN programs.
  • Serve as an adjunct instructor for clinical rotations on the pediatric unit with BSN students.
  • Maintained a 6 hour clinical rotation once a week for first semester BSN students.
  • Teach Leadership and management in Professional Nursing in the RN to BSN program.
  • Provided clinical supervision and guidance to nursing students enrolled in a BSN program.
  • Provided classroom instruction for undergraduate nurses in the RN to BSN program.
  • Instruct and demonstrate basic nursing skills to sophomore BSN nursing students.
  • Facilitated clinical learning for first semester BSN students in LTC facility.
  • Teach professional issues and leadership course in RN-BSN bridge program.
  • Serve as instructor for BSN Home Health clinical nursing practicum.
  • Have taught different classes in the BSN and MSN nursing program

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39. Clinical Setting

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Here's how Clinical Setting is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Worked with nursing students in a maternal/newborn clinical setting to ensure their learning through engaging curricula and non-traditional learning methods.
  • Teach and inspire nursing students Teach and guide students in clinical setting Develop appropriate clinical assignment Promote and integrate evidence-based practice
  • Licensed Practical Nurse Clinical Instructor responsible for organizing and carrying out structured learning process for students in the clinical setting
  • Instructed student veterinary technicians in the anatomy lab and in the clinical setting environment
  • Accompanied and monitored students in clinical settings while demonstrating acute care nursing interventions.
  • Follow and evaluate nursing students in community pediatric outpatient clinical settings.
  • Plan and coordinate educational opportunities for students in various clinical settings.
  • Supervised student nurses in both hospital and ambulatory care clinical settings.
  • Assisted other instructional staff in student evaluations and clinical settings.
  • Provide supervision in culturally different clinical settings for students.
  • Supervised students in various clinical settings.
  • Provided supervision and support of students in a psychiatric clinical setting, evaluated skills, hands-on training, and lesson planning.
  • Provide hospital orientation, review course, plan, teach and evaluate Mental Health theory and practice in the clinical setting.
  • Progress evaluations were created for each student from the clinical settings to coincide with the didactic portion of each area.
  • Present responsibilities are, instructing Bachelor of Science nursing students, in the clinical settings, complementing their nursing theory.
  • Address and explain any safety concerns or lapses in professionalism * Encourage and praise active learning in the clinical setting.
  • Teach psychiatric/mental health nursing course at the baccalaureate-level (classroom and clinical setting) as fitting with the course requirement.
  • Used a variety of teaching techniques to encourage student critical thinking in classroom, laboratory, simulation and clinical settings
  • Supervised and educated a group of beginning nursing students in the hospital clinical setting (orthopedic/surgical unit).
  • Allied Health Instructor at Howard Community college and Laurel College Center; Instruction conducted in didactic and clinical setting

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40. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Serve as adjunct faculty at Indiana Wesleyan University teaching adult degree courses in Communications, Business Communication and Organizational Behavior.
  • Provide ESL instruction for university-level Japanese women.
  • Instructed non-native speakers of English in academic ESL courses: Reading, Writing, Listening/Speaking, and Grammar - All levels.
  • Used strategies that are effective to teach disabled, at-risk, non-traditional, ESL, and first generation college students.
  • Developed and prepared the course outline including implementing learning strategies to prepare adult & ESL students for the GED examination.
  • Teach Hybrid ESLXL33B course to UCLA Extension certification students required to take ESL to augment their professional coursework.
  • Worked with diverse populations of students including International, ESL, students with disabilities, and TRIO students.
  • Job also required collaboration with other ESL Supervisors and Director of the Education Department at Adams State College
  • Teach ESL students in Integrated Skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking) and Speaking.
  • Developed and taught ESL 3010 - Classroom Communication for Undergraduates Fall, 2010 and Fall, 2011.
  • Instruct literacy through advanced levels of adult ESL classes and Adult Education Basic Reading Skills classes.
  • Assist with the testing and evaluation of new IESL students for placement at the appropriate level.
  • Prepared and instructed courses on writing, conversation, and reading for the ESL department.
  • Park University: Marketing National American University: Pathways to Success Austin ISD: Adult ESL
  • Instruct beginner ESL courses for adult immigrant students with minimal exposure to the English language.
  • Developed and implemented strategies, including problem-based case studies for ASAP and ESL paired courses.
  • Budgeted, planned and coordinated a yearly trip to Washington D.C. for the ESL Department.
  • Assisted ESL students in an open/entry basic review grammar lab for ESL using L.E.E.
  • Design curriculum and instruct graduate-level students in Methods and Materials of ESL Instruction.
  • Served as an Adjunct Faculty Member teaching an ESL / Bilingual Methods course.

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41. Business Law

low Demand
Here's how Business Law is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Design and teach courses in management and business law face to face, online, and in blended learning environments.
  • Have taught courses in HR Metrics, Recruiting and Selection, Employment Law, Business Law, and others.
  • Conducted lectures on constitutional law, contracts law, business law, intellectual property, torts and employment law.
  • Instruct online Business Law and assist in the continuous development and assessment of this course.
  • Served as instructor for civil procedure class, probate, business law and critical thinking.
  • Facilitate classes in Quality Management, Logistics, Management, and Business Law.
  • Provided in-class instruction for two semesters on Office Administration and Business Law.
  • Approved to teach Business Law, Organizational Leadership and Employment Law.
  • Teach a business law class to eleven students seeking business degrees
  • Teach Business Law I to online undergraduate students using Blackboard
  • BUS 207, Legal Environment, Business Law Survey Course
  • Recognized subject matter expert for business law.
  • Developed and taught classroom and online courses in Business Law and Business Management courses.
  • position for business law and management courses.
  • designed online revisions of business law course.
  • Instructed students in different areas of business, such as Business law, business management, and human Resources.

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42. Adobe Photoshop

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Here's how Adobe Photoshop is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Instructed students on introductory techniques to use a computer to manipulate photographic images with Adobe Photoshop.
  • Instructed students in the universal elements and principles of two-dimensional design and application with the use of Adobe Photoshop.
  • Prepared lessons, provided individual and group instruction for Microsoft Office 2013 and Adobe Photoshop CC.
  • Worked as a tutor for C language, HTML, Java and Adobe Photoshop.
  • Course program was Adobe Photoshop CS3 on the Macintosh platform.
  • Instruct students in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop software.
  • Develop a basic understanding of the graphic applications Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign.
  • Provide computer technology instruction for Microsoft Office, Database Management, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
  • Instructed courses in Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Illustrator.

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43. Pharmacology

low Demand
Here's how Pharmacology is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Teach Medical Assistant Office Management, Clinical Medical Assisting, Psychology, Pharmacology, Pharmacology Calculations and Office Finance.
  • Provide didactic and clinical instruction to ADN students o Pharmacology and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Teach Drug Pharmacology for undergraduate students and students obtaining an addiction certification.
  • Advanced Pharmacology to masters-level Family Nurse Practitioner Students.
  • Developed and taught didactic curriculum for Nursing Pharmacology.
  • Instructed Pharmacology and Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Provide didactic instruction to ADN students o Medical Surgical, Critical Care, Fundamentals, Pharmacology, and Psychiatric Nursing.
  • Teach the following courses; Physiological and Medical Aspects of Addiction and Pharmacology for Human Service Workers.
  • Teach classes such as substance abuse, community health, pharmacology, and first aid and CPR.
  • Instruct, observe and evaluate students' clinical skills for Pharmacology and Drug Administration course.
  • Develop and present lectures on chemotherapy pharmacology to 1st and 2nd year D.O.
  • Designed and taught new geriatrics and pharmacology courses from conception through evaluation.
  • Teach assigned Pharmacology courses including lectures, labs and compounding techniques.
  • Lecture on geriatric, fundamentals, and pharmacology content.
  • Instructed nutrition, medical terminology and pharmacology classes Orthopedic, telemetry, and medical hospital-based clinical instructor.
  • Develop and implementcourseware on pharmacology and dosage calculation.
  • Instruct students in various healthcare programs in courses of pharmacology, pharmacy operations, pharmaceutical calculations, and chemistry.
  • Assist students with lab activities for Pharmacology and the Nursing Process Provide practice NCLEX questions related to weekly assignments
  • Course: Pharmacology Taught onsite for summer substitute
  • Review psychopharmacology, disease process and treatment modalities in the classroom and during clinical rotations at the undergraduate level.

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44. RN

low Demand
Here's how RN is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Mentor incoming adjunct faculty to model standards for meeting curriculum goals and aide faculty in developing their own experiential learning opportunities.
  • Cultivated students' ownership of their learning and education by designing projects and curriculum focused on practical applications and experiences.
  • Display exceptional interpersonal skills inspiring learning with passion and dedication in order to leave a lasting educational impact on students.
  • Deliver online lectures/training on variety of corporate compliance and corporate social responsibility issues (environmental, social and governance).
  • Employed adult learning theories to organize complicated material into comprehensible formats for individuals with varying expertise and skill levels.
  • Provided quality learning opportunities that assist students in meeting their educational goals and career aspirations on a semester/term basis.
  • Develop activities which support lesson objectives, and delivers learning-centered instruction as well as effective student achievement evaluations.
  • Coordinated coursework and curriculum with academic department chair in accordance to learning objectives and session plan outlines.
  • Relate professional and personal experience as well as necessary skills into the learning environment for student awareness.
  • Utilized a variety of instructional strategies in order to engage students, including cooperative and experiential learning.
  • Mentor graduate students and allow undergraduate interns from East Carolina University to participate in industry research experience.
  • Conducted four-hour classes sessions using a variety of learning activities, while demonstrating several instructional methods.
  • Facilitated the integration of appropriate technologies and methodologies into the teaching/learning process through Adjunct Development Day.
  • Facilitate academic instruction and guidance for adult learners by fulfilling specified class goals and requirements.
  • Provide qualitative feedback and quantitative earned grade point information for each assignment and student participation.
  • Incorporated synchronous learning methods (classroom-based) with asynchronous online technologies using a self-developed website.
  • Develop curriculum curtailed to students learning capabilities; cultivate a suitable learning environment for students.
  • Foster a collaborative and educational learning environment comprised of thorough discussion and in-depth research.
  • Created contextual learning exercises, facilitated threaded discussions, and managed communications and grading.
  • Synthesized classroom teaching delivery mechanisms and created a classroom environment conducive to successful learning.

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45. Clinical Instruction

low Demand
Here's how Clinical Instruction is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Provide clinical instruction and evaluated clinical and written performance of first-year medical students in the Patient/Doctor program.
  • Provided clinical instruction for nursing students at Long-term Care Facility for 8 weeks as temporary adjunct faculty
  • Provide clinical instruction that coordinates with theoretical content and achieves course objectives.
  • Provided clinical instruction and supervision at the college's affiliated hospitals.
  • Provide didactic and clinical instruction for Certified Nursing Assistant Program.
  • Provide clinical instruction and coordinate clinical activities for nursing students.
  • Provide clinical instruction in an acute inpatient psychiatric setting.
  • Assisted faculty with lecture and clinical instruction for senior students
  • Provided clinical instruction and lab instruction also taught didactic components
  • Provided OB clinical instruction to undergraduate nursing students.
  • Provided classroom and clinical instruction.
  • Engage students in both online and lecture hall environments providing clinical instruction and education to students in the nursing program.
  • Provide clinical instruction to a diverse cross section of students including traditional, adult-continuing education and ELL students.
  • Facilitated clinical instruction for nursing students at the Surgical Unit of the Guam Memorial Hospital.
  • Provided clinical instruction for a group of second year nursing students in the medical/surgical environment.
  • Planned and presented Didactic and clinical instruction for senior level Care of Children Course.
  • Provide clinical instructions and guidance to nursing students while adhering to health organizations policies.
  • Teach in the Associate Degree Nursing program including nursing skills lab and hospital clinical instruction
  • Provide Clinical Instruction to Nursing Students pursuing their Associate Degrees at Hospital Sites.
  • Provided both lecture-based and clinical instruction to students in patient care practices.

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46. Student Records

low Demand
Here's how Student Records is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Complied with administrative requirements for student records, accreditation reports, legal requirements, and materials requisitions.
  • Maintain any student records appropriate to regular college procedure and assessment practice.
  • Maintained student records, including attendance and academic performance reports.
  • Managed and maintained student records associated with student performance.
  • Maintained student records and updated history.
  • Maintain automated and electronic student records.
  • Maintain student records and accountability.
  • Maintained student records of achievement.
  • Maintained accurate student records, supported student success and adhered to university guidelines and education best practices in all courses.
  • Assign grades and maintain course/student records in accordance with FERPA regulations and submit grades and records by established deadlines.
  • Maintain accurate grade and attendance records for students enrolled in classes and submits required reports to Student Records Office.
  • Evaluated students' academic performance, maintaining accurate student records; submitted grade reports within college deadlines.
  • Develop instructional materials, guide class discussions, maintain student records, and evaluate student work.
  • Maintained student records, attendance and documentation, generated reports to the Dean of Education.
  • Maintain student records, attendance, grades, and or other documentation as required.
  • Created lesson plans, lectured materials to students and maintained student records.
  • Maintain student records, attendance and documentation through a LMS portal.
  • Maintained complete confidentiality while managing student records (FERPA).
  • Maintained student records, attendance, and other documentations.
  • Maintain accurate student records, including grades and attendance.

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47. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Administered and graded lecture homework assignments/examinations and laboratory review exercises/practical examinations.
  • Evaluated student work based on homework assignments, classroom participation, and examinations.
  • Developed, administered and graded homework assignments.
  • Course assignments consisted of outside written assignments, weekly homework assignments, discussion sessions, and four exams.
  • Prepared weekly exams and graded homework assignments to assess the students' knowledge of course material.
  • Develop classroom assignments, homework assignments and other activities as needed to enhance subject learning.
  • Developed lesson and homework assignments for management classes to meet curriculum standards set by college.
  • Corrected all homework assignments with an emphasis on providing constructive feedback to each student.
  • Created syllabus, homework assignments, tests and lab experiences to ensure hands-on learning.
  • Create and grade homework assignments, examinations, papers, and research proposals.
  • Create and grade homework assignments, examinations, papers, and projects.
  • Prepared syllabus, homework assignments, graded homework and progress tests.
  • Create all course material including PowerPoint, homework assignments and exams.
  • Communicate online with students to assist with homework assignments.
  • Assisted in grading homework assignments.
  • Developed course syllabi, Power Point presentations, homework assignments, and exams.
  • Provided instruction to adult students in a classroom setting Constructed tests and homework assignments for students Provided personalized instruction and student counseling

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48. Human Development

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Here's how Human Development is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Provided instruction in Human Development for the undergraduate Psychology/Christian counseling program Clinical Social Work:
  • Supervised Master s degree students whose projects and research focused on creativity in teaching, learning, and human development.
  • Directed both graduate and undergraduate OT students in many courses, Including Treatment of the Upper Extremity, Human Development.
  • Presented a chronological sequence of the stages of human development from infant through adolescence.
  • Developed and co-taught weekly 3-credit course in Human Development, topic Family Violence.
  • Course taught: PSY 260 Human Development: Adolescence - Death.1
  • Teach College Success and Human Development courses.

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49. Moodle

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Here's how Moodle is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Graduate experience with Moodle administration.
  • Designed courses online in accordance with Moodle (Online Course Management System) delivery platform, including weekly discussion forums.
  • Documented online teaching experience through Web CT, Black Board, Angel, Moodle and McGraw Hills Page-out programs.
  • Master of Business Leadership Program - Online Systems, Performance and Organizational Effectiveness Course - Moodle Platform.
  • Utilized Moodle platform to administer course, communicate, and create a collaborative learning environment.
  • Augmented courses with online discussion forums, quizzes, and assignments, using Moodle.
  • Use Moodle to create new online courses including advanced Psychology and Social Work courses.
  • Developed and taught CIS-111 (Basic PC Literacy) online using Moodle.
  • Utilized classroom and online coursework instructional techniques via Moodle.
  • Use Moodle platform for a hybrid learning model.
  • Utilized Moodle to provide on-line information to students.
  • Use Moodle to deliver course room content.
  • Course taught inMoodle and online.
  • Revise and update the online course (LMS Angel version 7.4 - will move to Moodle soon)
  • Facilitated coursework on the topic of business communication in a blended delivery format using Moodle for collaboration and onlineclassroom environment.
  • Utilized Moodle onlne learning platform for curricula delivery and interaction.
  • Use Moodle classroom teaching platform and classroom teaching in pre-college level courses designed to bring community college students to college levels.
  • Use the Moodle platform to engage and support students taking a college-level online Algebra, English, and Comparative Religions courses.
  • Manage, design, and organize course program and Moodle content; create and/or redesign curriculum and syllabi as needed.
  • Blended delivery included Moodle, Google Apps, Panopto, Turn-It-In, and VDI.

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50. Final Grades

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Here's how Final Grades is used in Adjunct Faculty jobs:
  • Submitted requested information to Registrar's office including confirmation of attendance and submission of final grades.
  • Participate actively in course forum, prepare student assignments, prepare detailed weekly feedback, and assign intermittent and final grades.
  • Administer assessments tools and grade exams, provide final grades to department, professional development, advise students.
  • Input final grades into the blackboard grade center -Participated, facilitated and coordinated faculty meetings.,
  • Supervised one lab section of 20 students, graded lab reports and administered final grades.
  • Maintain detailed records of student progress and calculate and report mid-term and final grades.
  • Submit daily attendance, quarterly, mid-term, and final grades, as required.
  • Develop, administer, and evaluate assignments and exams; assign final grades.
  • Prepared course syllabus and lectures, evaluated papers, and assigned final grades.
  • Determine grades for assignments based on established rubrics, administer final grades.
  • Maintain students grade book, and complete final grades by the deadline.
  • Input Final Grades in WebCampus and into the Blackboard Grade Center.
  • Input Final Grades Participate, facilitate and coordinate end of term duties
  • Deliver mid-term and final grades to the Registrar's Office.
  • Prompt and accurate recording of student data including final grades.
  • Prepare final grades at the end of each term.
  • Submit all final grades via the MyDelta tracking system.
  • Graded assignments with appropriate feedback, submit final grades.
  • Provided final grades for the entire student teaching experience.
  • Respond to students' queries and posting final grades.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Adjunct Faculty

Classroom Management16.5%
Curriculum Development12.2%
Undergraduate Courses11.9%
Online Courses9.6%
Psychology5.9%
Course Materials5%
Course Syllabus4.1%
Student Learning3.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Adjunct Faculty

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
13.1%
13.1%
2
2
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
9.7%
9.7%
3
3
Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
9.4%
9.4%
4
4
Online Courses
Online Courses
7.6%
7.6%
5
5
Psychology
Psychology
4.7%
4.7%
6
6
Course Materials
Course Materials
4%
4%
7
7
Course Syllabus
Course Syllabus
3.2%
3.2%
8
8
Student Learning
Student Learning
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Mathematics
Mathematics
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Principles
Principles
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Information Technology
Information Technology
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Biology
Biology
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Topics
Topics
2.2%
2.2%
15
15
Blackboard
Blackboard
2.1%
2.1%
16
16
Ethics
Ethics
2%
2%
17
17
Theory
Theory
2%
2%
18
18
Organizational Behavior
Organizational Behavior
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
Anatomy
Anatomy
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Physiology
Physiology
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Sociology
Sociology
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Literature
Literature
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Public Health
Public Health
1%
1%
24
24
Graduate Level
Graduate Level
1%
1%
25
25
Intro
Intro
1%
1%
26
26
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1%
1%
27
27
Seminar
Seminar
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Class Activities
Class Activities
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Diversity
Diversity
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Practicum
Practicum
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Office Hours
Office Hours
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Internet
Internet
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Economics
Economics
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Adult Learners
Adult Learners
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Business Management
Business Management
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Philosophy
Philosophy
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
BSN
BSN
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Clinical Setting
Clinical Setting
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
ESL
ESL
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Business Law
Business Law
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Photoshop
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
RN
RN
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Clinical Instruction
Clinical Instruction
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Student Records
Student Records
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Human Development
Human Development
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Moodle
Moodle
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Final Grades
Final Grades
0.3%
0.3%

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