Top Adjunct Instructor Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Adjunct Instructor. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Adjunct Instructor resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.8% of Adjunct Instructor resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Adjunct Instructor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Adjunct Instructor 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 Instructor jobs:
  • Adapted classroom management style and communication style to engage various personalities inside and outside the classroom environment.
  • Provided effective classroom management and individualized instruction using grouping strategies for the School of Adult Education.
  • Developed an interactive attendance support tool, to increase attendance visibility and improve classroom management.
  • Implemented innovative classroom management techniques to provide each student with a personal level of instruction.
  • Exhibited positive classroom management skills alongside accommodation for different learning styles within the classroom.
  • Assessed and administered all grades; performed all administrative functions of classroom management.
  • Collaborated with instructors and staff with implementing education and classroom management standards.
  • Developed innovative classroom management solutions to increase efficiency and maintain discipline.
  • Integrate technology with emphasis on behavior management and classroom management.
  • Provide effective classroom management and individualized instruction using grouping strategies.
  • Coordinated daily lesson planning, student assessment and classroom management.
  • Conceptualized training materials, presentation delivery, and classroom management.
  • Developed and polished classroom management, presentation and coaching skills.
  • Utilize numerous teaching methods and classroom management strategies.
  • Developed and refined classroom management techniques.
  • Provide high quality classroom management.
  • Implemented positive classroom management strategies.
  • Instruct Junior and Senior Education students in the areas of Classroom Management, Evaluation and Assessment and the Foundations of Education.
  • Provide instruction in developing lesson plans, assessments, curriculum, content, classroom management strategies and preparing for state exams.
  • Gained valuable classroom management skills and developed a teaching style that catered to the needs of the community college student.

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2. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Utilize an adaptive teaching style, instructional design principles to promote cooperative learning, effective classroom management and curriculum development.
  • Promoted to Director overseeing class scheduling and curriculum development collaborating with business, industry and advisory board.
  • Mentor adjunct colleagues on classroom management, curriculum development, college policies, and professional development.
  • Provided guidance during curriculum development, revisions, and measurement analysis of specialized courses.
  • Conduct research and curriculum development with a view consistently refining the educational process.
  • Managed college curriculum development assistance and implementation to a Medical Administration Assistance program.
  • Facilitate graduate-level Training Methods course, including curriculum development and performance evaluations
  • Participated in curriculum development of Georgia Performance Standards in English-Language Arts.
  • Performed curriculum development including laboratory and programming assignments and exam creation.
  • Reinforced industry knowledge and technologies through lesson planning and curriculum development.
  • Participated in program planning, curriculum development and evaluations.
  • Collaborate with program faculty in 2nd year curriculum development.
  • Contributed to program and division curriculum development processes.
  • Subject matter expert involved in curriculum development.
  • Fulfilled various duties including curriculum development.
  • Participated in curriculum development and training
  • Utilize technology to enhance academic success and curriculum development; select appropriate textbooks, design format of classes and course reviews.
  • Certified by Southern Illinois University to teach Instructional Methods and Materials, Adult Learning, and Occupational Analysis and Curriculum Development.
  • Experience with curriculum development and learning management systems for several community colleges, online curriculum: TALON, ANGEL, BLACKBOARD
  • Provide curriculum development, planning, coordinating, and training under the guidance in accordance with the Department of Education.

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3. Online Courses

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Here's how Online Courses is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Facilitate Early Childhood Education undergraduate classroom courses; Positive Social Emotional Development and Creating Environments for Learning online courses.
  • Experience in development and teaching curriculum through traditional classroom and online courses
  • Developed and facilitated traditional and online courses for counseling students.
  • Developed online courses in Documentary Film and International Cinema.
  • Facilitated both face-to- face and online courses
  • Developed and taught classroom and online courses in Network Technologies, Skype For Business, SharePoint, and Windows 10.
  • Teach various online courses (German, English, Special Education, and Instructional Technology for Successful Online Learning)
  • Applied Quality Matters standards to design, develop, and implement online courses in Health Sciences and Public Health.
  • Developed dozens of in-person and online courses, including customized assignments, course themes, and assessment methods.
  • Enhance course procedures and training documentation for students enrolled in independent study classes and online courses.
  • Utilize multiple LMS platforms for on-line course design, development, and delivery of online courses.
  • Facilitate MBA online courses: Strategic Planning, Project Management, Statistics, and Leadership Development
  • Delivered and coordinated traditional, hybrid, and online courses at various campus locations.
  • Developed and instructed online courses for the master's degree program in education.
  • Design and teach online courses that explore education and the African American experience.
  • Instructed classroom and online courses, setting up online course using WebCt 3.8.
  • Collaborated with other instructors to improve the quality and consistency of online courses.
  • Created online courses that engage the learner regardless of their learning style.
  • Facilitated online courses to working professionals pursuing a degree in criminal justice.
  • Awarded $15,000 in grant funding to support new online courses.

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4. Undergraduate Courses

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Here's how Undergraduate Courses is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Develop curriculum, lectured, and facilitated class discussions for the undergraduate courses Introduction to Psychology and Abnormal Psychology.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in the Criminal Justice Department* Currently assisting in developing graduate program in Criminal Justice
  • Teach undergraduate courses in Introductory Psychology, Child Psychology and Development, and Introductory Sociology.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in Introductory Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, and Human Factors Engineering.
  • Compiled syllabus for upper level undergraduate courses in U.S. NationalSecurity and International Relations.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in educational programs offered by the institution.
  • Sole responsibility for teaching various undergraduate courses in psychology.
  • Facilitated learning in undergraduate courses in business and management.
  • Instruct graduate/undergraduate courses in support of Center academic programs.
  • Facilitated learning in undergraduate courses in Child Development.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in Computer Applications
  • Teach undergraduate courses in the classroom and graduate courses both in the classroom and on-line, using Blackboard 5 education system.
  • Instructed undergraduate courses in chemistry including lecture and laboratory courses in Independent Studies, General Chemistry I and General Chemistry II.
  • Created curriculum for and taught undergraduate courses in Gender & Law, Health & Law, and Legal Argument & Writing.
  • Prepared, taught and administrated 6 graduate and undergraduate courses in business ethics, religion and leadership both online and on ground
  • Developed and have annually taught two different 15-week undergraduate courses, Introduction to Chinese Arts and Culture and Chinese Cinema and History
  • Teach Undergraduate Courses in The Science of Nutrition, Cultural Diversity, and Management Theory a Theory and Practice
  • Plan, develop, and create instructional material for both graduate and undergraduate courses in economics.
  • Developed and taught undergraduate courses in computer aided drafting, software customization, and software integration.
  • Teach various undergraduate courses as assigned by Chair of Business and Technology Department or DOE.

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5. Course Materials

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Here's how Course Materials is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Developed course syllabus utilizing the departmental syllabus template, course curriculum, approved textbooks, and supplemental course materials.
  • Prepared course materials and provided classroom instruction to students in Computer Forensics, Digital Investigation and e-Discovery.
  • Organize and prepare course materials coinciding with developed curriculum and make revisions to curriculum as needed.
  • Assess and review course materials to ensure current applicability for classroom instruction relevant to criminal investigations.
  • Collaborated with colleagues to prepare examinations and course materials in alignment with departmental curriculum.
  • Provide technical assistance in set-up and take-down of required course materials and portable technology.
  • Developed course materials and related lab exercises -- Systems Analyst/internship position with Open Systems
  • Created engaging PowerPoint lectures and unique teaching materials to supplement required course materials.
  • Created and implemented interactive learning programs to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Created and administered exams to assess student understanding and retention of course materials.
  • Developed original course materials/curricula for new course that encompassed new developments in aviation.
  • Develop syllabus and course materials; manage classroom environment and facilitate discussion.
  • Develop and implement accredited course materials to clientele through presentation and demonstration.
  • Developed and managed syllabus and course materials; facilitated class instruction.
  • Utilized personal experiences to supplement course materials and deepen student understanding.
  • Researched and presented supporting course materials and real-world technology application examples.
  • Evaluate student performance by administering evaluations based upon course materials.
  • Managed & administered corresponding chapter examinations on course materials.
  • Organized and planned course materials based on university guidelines.
  • Developed and delivered course materials.

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6. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Developed and administered effective lesson plans and assessments according to Illinois certification standards for Veterinary Technician and Medical Assistant programs.
  • Prepared innovative lesson plans and collaborated to restructure curriculum highlighting current trends in Occupational Therapy to a diverse student population.
  • Prepared students to successfully develop effective lesson plans, reflect upon implementation, and teach using research-based practices.
  • Prepared lesson plans, facilitated classroom discussions and activities, and developed and assessed student writing assignments.
  • Demonstrated excellent leadership and management skills and successfully implemented lesson plans designed to improve computer skills.
  • Utilized material from an approved departmental curriculum and developed daily lesson plans including instructional aids.
  • Developed general and individual lesson plans tailored towards students learning needs and abilities.
  • Created course material, developed lesson plans/PowerPoint presentations, and prepared class syllabus.
  • Delivered weekly lectures, developed lesson plans and designate necessary additional instruction aids.
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive lesson plans to accommodate all levels of learners.
  • Ensured student satisfaction by developing daily lesson plans that included instructional aids.
  • Developed and implemented competency-based lesson plans for advertising and media courses.
  • Developed course outlines, lesson plans and supplemental instructional material.
  • Develop lesson plans and Teach Direct Support Professional Certification class.
  • Develop lesson plans according to preset curriculum and student capabilities.
  • Monitored student progress weekly to adapt lesson plans accordingly.
  • Developed and implemented engaging and effective student lesson plans.
  • Engaged students by developing dynamic lesson plans and presentations.
  • Developed lesson plans based on curriculum provided.
  • Developed individualized lesson plans for ESL students.

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7. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Revised curriculum for Animation Program, including establishing Student Learning Outcomes and evaluation strategies, writing descriptions and course sequencing.
  • Demonstrated experience in measuring student learning outcomes, developed curriculum, assessed and improved student learning and evaluated course efficacy.
  • Created a positive learning environment, invited student participation and engagement, and consistently enhanced the student learning process.
  • Assess student learning outcome achievement and incorporate results into discipline appropriate course planning and personal professional development activities.
  • Provide instruction to students in clinical situations to ensure optimal student learning experience while maintaining patient safety.
  • Determined and executed multiple teaching strategies and student activities and evaluation of student learning.
  • Provided assignments and homework as it related to anatomy curricula to optimize student learning.
  • Develop curriculum and promote a learner-centered, competency-based environment and monitor student learning.
  • Measured program or departmental student learning outcomes for continuous student improvement and success.
  • Planned and implemented daily lessons using varying pedagogical techniques to enhance student learning.
  • Demonstrated experience in measuring student learning outcomes and develop weekly lesson plans.
  • Generate creative learning strategies that utilize online technology and enhances student learning.
  • Deliver learning-centered instruction by establishing a classroom environment conducive to student learning.
  • Integrate various forms of multimedia and instructional technology to optimize student learning.
  • Maintained a positive learning environment and ensured maximum student learning and retention.
  • Implemented evaluation devices of student learning to measure progress and competency.
  • Facilitated student learning via lecture, cooperative exercises and experiential opportunities.
  • Modeled effective oral and written communication skills to facilitate student learning.
  • Utilized oral and written assessment methods to assess student learning achievement.
  • Facilitate student learning and engagement by creating an optimal learning environment.

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8. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Prepared and delivered classroom instruction in Introduction to Business Management, Business Mathematics, Sales and Marketing and Introduction to Supervision.
  • Teach courses in Pre-Algebra and Elementary Algebra and provide tutorial assistance for students enrolled in college preparatory mathematics.
  • Tutor individual students at all mathematics levels, including advanced calculus and engineering mathematics.
  • Teach a hybrid developmental mathematics course including both face-to-face instruction an online instruction.
  • Provide instruction and monitor teaching/learning effectiveness for lower level developmental mathematics students.
  • Provided advice to students with regards to mathematics courses and academic requirements.
  • Participated in tutoring students studying various technology and remedial level mathematics classes.
  • Instructed several mathematics courses, primarily in beginner and intermediate algebra.
  • Educated undergraduate nursing students in basic skills and mathematics in lab setting
  • Prepared and delivered lessons and materials for undergraduate mathematics classes.
  • Conducted undergraduate distance learning lectures online (Business Management/Marketing/Mathematics).
  • Tutored Basic Mathematics through Pre-Calculus in the Academic Success Center.
  • Instructed students in engineering mathematics and prerequisite engineering courses.
  • Integrate real life scenarios involving mathematics into classroom environment.
  • Provided instruction and supplemental curriculum for Mathematics classes.
  • Tutored students in various mathematics and statistics courses
  • Teach undergraduate students in mathematics and statistics.
  • Full responsibility teaching of undergraduate mathematics classes.
  • Provided classroom leadership in supplemental mathematics instruction.
  • Instructed incoming freshman transitioning to college mathematics

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9. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Provided lessons to students regarding basic descriptive and inferential statistics, which included elements of experimental design Introduction to Physiological Psychology.
  • Prepared and delivered lectures to undergraduate students covering various topics in Introductory Psychology, Developmental Psychology and the Psychology of Leadership.
  • Developed content and assessment materials for classes in developmental, social, abnormal and personality psychology in the Psychology Department.
  • Prepare and deliver lectures to college students in introduction to psychology, developmental psychology and applied psychology or human relations.
  • Instruct in-service training to corrections employees consisting of Correctional Officers, Correctional Supervisors, Case Managers and Psychology Personnel.
  • Provide lectures, overview of Social Psychology, Research Methodologies comparative analysis to student's major or specialization.
  • Group Dynamics, Ethics and Professional Development * General Psychology, Social Psychology and Contemporary Cultures.
  • Designed, developed and delivered classroom and online courses in psychology, professional development and ethics.
  • Instructed Introduction to Psychology course for undergraduate students who are both psychology and non-psychology majors.
  • 2000-2007*Collaborated with the Department of Continuing Education to provide psychology curriculum to FisherCollege students.
  • Prepare and deliver online lectures to undergraduate students on topics of general psychology.
  • Provided instruction to Introduction to Psychology students enrolled in the Associate/Bachelor degree program.
  • Provide classroom instruction in undergraduate General Psychology curriculum in accordance with college requirements.
  • Provided online teaching to undergraduate students with a concentration in Introductory Psychology.
  • Developed curriculum and instructed classes including Introduction to Counseling and Introduction to Psychology
  • Prepare and deliver lectures to undergraduate students enrolled in Introduction to Psychology.
  • Teach psychology courses such as General Psychology, Personality Theories and Social Psychology
  • Teach undergraduate psychology courses such as Human Growth and Development and General Psychology
  • Initiated and coordinated student presentation by the college-selected psychology textbook author.
  • Teach various undergraduate and graduate-level psychology and research courses as assigned.

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10. Course Syllabus

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Here's how Course Syllabus is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Demonstrate knowledge in the teaching discipline by completing professional development workshops, updating course syllabus with relevant current issues/ events.
  • Developed course syllabus and structure, incorporating dynamic teaching methods and assuring student participation through presentations.
  • Facilitated course syllabus and developing lecture materials, preparing classroom learning activities, discussions and assignments.
  • Develop and utilizes a course syllabus for each course and following established institutional guidelines.
  • Designed course syllabus; provided directions/rules for class participation, exams and managed expectations.
  • Tailored and implemented course syllabus while developing lecture plans to accomplish course objectives.
  • Developed and adhered to course syllabus in accordance with college and departmental requirements.
  • Developed appropriate curriculum, course syllabuses, administered, proctored and graded examinations.
  • Course syllabus development that successfully communicated general class information to students.
  • Developed a course syllabus outlining objectives and expectations.
  • Developed course syllabus, training and examination materials.
  • Presented, well prepared, organized, and clear lectures and classroom activities consistent with the course syllabus and school policies.
  • Conducted all classes in accordance with an established and current course syllabus and approved textbook (and/or related instructional material).
  • Informed students about course requirements, evaluation procedures, class participation, and attendance requirements according to the course syllabus.
  • Establish course requirements in the course syllabus that uphold the academic rigor and learning objective that align with specific requirements.
  • Assisted the students in learning through lecture, class participation, practice and evaluation based on a course syllabus.
  • Course syllabus included shop safety, machining on lathe and milling machine, precision measurement, welding and forging.
  • Be accessible to assist students with questions and in completion of assignments as delineated in the course syllabus.
  • Present enthusiastic, well-prepared, organized, and clear lectures and classroom activities consistent with the course syllabus.
  • Developed course syllabus, monitored student performance, taught class materials, and instructed students outside of class.

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11. Principles

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Here's how Principles is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Facilitated learning mathematical concepts and principles for 30 students with a diversity in cultural, ethnic, economic and educational backgrounds.
  • Developed and presented the Principles of Security Management course for Saint Mary's Bachelor Degree completion program in Security Management.
  • Prepare instructional materials and other learning activities to enhance understanding of managerial principles.
  • Instructed students in Principles of Marketing, Marketing Management and International Marketing.
  • Utilized progressive business principles, scientific processes, curricula designs & technology.
  • Teach e-Business Marketing and Principles of Marketing courses to business and marketing majors
  • Challenge students to utilize fundamental animation principles to create quality work.
  • Instructed entering students in fundamental sociological principles and computer software applications.
  • Instruct business administration students on management and business principles
  • Provide instruction for upper-level Principles of e-Business course.
  • Teach students introductory accounting principles.
  • Educated students in basic design principles: layout, typography, use of color and imagery, hierarchy, and contrast.
  • Enabled students to integrate key principles and components required to support enterprise-wide networking, including wide area networks and wireless.
  • Teach courses in Criminology, Juvenile Delinquency, Introduction to Criminal Justice, and Principles of Investigations I and II.
  • Instructed Drafting & Design methodology and principles as required in the Mechanical Engineering, Architectural Engineering and Civil Engineering industries.
  • Hired to teach both online and classroom instruction for various management and business courses utilizing adult education and training principles.
  • Organize schedule, instruct, and coordinate accredited marketing classes, including Marketing Principles, Selling Principles and Graphic Design.
  • Helped students develop an informed, rational, and functional knowledge of basic Political Science principles per course requirements.
  • Stepped in to teach Global Journalism and Principles of Advertising for two professors with classes of up to 88 students
  • Create program content and exams to effectively teach under grad students in science, math and engineering principles.

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12. Blackboard

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Here's how Blackboard is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Utilized Blackboard e-Education teaching platform to facilitate on-line classroom discussions and assignments.
  • Utilized Blackboard as a learning management system to evaluate instructional effectiveness.
  • Integrated Blackboard on-line learning and secured approved institutional service-learning opportunity.
  • Completed Blackboard training to effectively utilize it in a classroom environment
  • Managed course information using Blackboard as online learning environment.
  • Participated in Blackboard courses toward receiving online teaching certification.
  • Developed advanced expertise in Blackboard course management software.
  • Prepare supplemental teaching activities on Blackboard.
  • Trained and utilized Blackboard Application System.
  • Manage classroom communications via Blackboard.
  • Developed and taught course curriculum in 3d modeling and animation using 3ds MAX software, administered and managed Blackboard Instructional content.
  • Develop lectures, grade assignments, consult students on coursework, handle course email, and post course information on WebCT/Blackboard.
  • Distributed assignments, quizzes, and essays via Blackboard Distance Learning in accordance to the Ivy Tech Communications 102 Statewide Curriculum.
  • Uphold college standards through frequent use of Blackboard and PeopleSoft, participate in departmental and college activities, and mentor/advise students.
  • Worked with several Online instruction training seminars using Blackboard and Prentice Hall PHIT Training & Assess for developing courses Online.
  • Communicate with students via Blackboard online platform, review students' participation in discussions, respond to questions and concerns.
  • Make use of classroom technology, including interactive television (ITV), Promethean Boards, and Blackboard online environment.
  • Created collaborative on-line learning environment using the learning technology of Blackboard with weekly discussion boards and live classroom settings.
  • Use Blackboard to post and grade assignments, post supplemental activities, communicate to students, and facilitate discussions.
  • Researched, analyzed, developed and prepared syllabus and lesson plans * Taught both in classroom and online using Blackboard

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13. Topics

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Here's how Topics is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Strive to maintain accurate and current knowledge of education and education related topics, including but not limited to developmental disabilities.
  • Developed discussion topics, graded student essays and research papers, analyzed their progress and tailored teaching approach accordingly
  • Delivered lectures to undergraduates on topics such as information systems, programming, wireless and specialized application software.
  • Designed curriculum and taught graduate-level courses in advanced programming, multimedia, gaming, and instructional technology topics.
  • Implemented a variety of curriculum and teaching techniques to engage students in a variety of Criminal Justice/Security topics.
  • Covered topics of history, legal issues, federal regulations, incident management and general safety awareness.
  • Prepare and deliver lectures to undergraduate students on topics such as business administration and marketing.
  • Provide training for Nonprofit Certification in Nonprofit Advocacy, Collaboration, and Leadership topics.
  • Presented teaching technology topics at several quarterly faculty in-service meetings as requested by administration.
  • Engaged students in critical thinking by incorporating current events and popular topics of discussion.
  • Lead instructor in dynamic and didactic Emergency Medical Service Paramedic/Basic courses covering multiple topics.
  • Educate non-traditional students in practical computer software use and project management topics.
  • Developed and instructed professional development topics for various programs at Syracuse EOC.
  • Structured and implemented an interactive class to discuss relevant anesthesia topics.
  • Facilitate meaningful discussion based on topics targeted to fulfill course objectives.
  • Deliver instruction on a variety of topics related to writing/workplace communications.
  • Monitor student participation and discussion on weekly class topics and discussions.
  • Required students to debate controversial topics such carrying concealed weapons.
  • Total accountability for class development and delivery of specified topics.
  • Fostered a learning environment encouraging independent thought on topics.

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14. Ethics

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Here's how Ethics is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Educated undergraduate and graduate LCIE Gerontology students in Researching Social Gerontology/Aging/Ethics, Law & Aging Review.
  • Provided instruction on Business Communications, Fundamentals of business, Business ethics and Managerial leadership
  • Trained undergraduate business students in communication and professionalism and business ethics.
  • Modeled positive work ethics, punctuality and professionalism.
  • Instruct medical billing, medical coding, law and ethics, electronic health records, medical terminology, and customer service.
  • Facilitate graduate and undergraduate students in Business Ethics, Marketing, Selling, Management, Leadership, and Project Management courses.
  • Specialize in teaching the second year students in Clinical Quality and Process Improvement, Legal and Ethics, and Reimbursement-Revenue Cycle.
  • Instruct medical office business applications, pharmacology, medical law and ethics, medical terminology and introduction to health career classes.
  • Teach Editing 2, news writing, electronic editing, reporting, ethics, with emphasis on minority student development.
  • Facilitated Bachelor's and Master's degree courses in Business Ethics, Human Resources, Business Management, and General Education
  • Fall 2013 included a Live Interactive Ethics course, which allowed distant students to participate in class via video-conferencing technology.
  • Teach law courses to Legal Assistant candidates as Real Estate Law, Family Law, and Legal Ethics and Others.
  • Provided instruction on use of computers, numerous software applications and several business subjects (business law / ethics).
  • Instructed in the fields of pharmacy technology, pharmacy law & ethics, pharmacology & therapeutics, and dosage calculations.
  • Plan and invite guest speakers for curriculum/classes with topics including legal writing, academic research, and plagiarism and ethics.
  • Delivered detailed security and ethics lectures in a hybrid classroom and online environment for the CSC103 IT Essentials course.
  • Teach Effective Public Speaking, Critical Thinking, Ethics, and Media Business Law in the General Education Department.
  • Facilitated instructional studies: Introduction to Legal Studies, Constitutional Law, Legal Ethics, Legal Research and Writing,
  • Adhere to rules, regulations, and code of ethics as presented by the Technical College System of Georgia.
  • Developed and coordinated the Health Care Law Symposium as part of the Ethics for Life and Career Course.

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15. Theory

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Here's how Theory is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Developed and implemented presentation material and lecture strategies for delivering established curriculum that emphasizes the transference of theory to real-world application.
  • Facilitate course in Project Management and Business Management; instruct business professionals in Project Management and Business Management theory and application.
  • Focused on the philosophical foundations for national music education rationales, with a particular emphasis on a critical theory lens.
  • Instructed junior/senior level college students on fundamental principles of correctional theory and correctional administration in the United States
  • Educated Associate Degree college level students in intermediate level accounting theory, finance and computer applications.
  • Improved overall quality of education through creative curriculum design and effective application of adult learning theory.
  • Designed course structure around student engagement by comparing and contrasting the theory of Business management.
  • Established ongoing class awareness groups to integrate theory and practice incorporating alternative approaches and methods.
  • Instructed junior and senior level nursing students in medical-surgical theory and clinical settings.
  • Provided training on the theory and practical application of Digital Electronics Fundamentals.
  • Graduate Courses: Organization Theory, Organization Behavior, Human Resource Management
  • Design course material consistent with departmental requirements and adult learning theory.
  • Educate students about advanced electronic and computer theory and technology.
  • Evaluate student performance/acquisition through informed assessment theory and practice.
  • Integrated theory and methodology exploration for informed classroom practices.
  • Integrated open source technology applications with educational theory.
  • Facilitated learning strategies in theory and laboratory tasks.
  • Facilitated art exhibitions, designed posters for exhibitions, assisted in Drawing I class, taught Color Theory and 3-D Design.
  • Course Description: Introduce basic principles and elements of graphic design, form / symbol development, color theory and typography.
  • Involved in teaching, planning, and organizing courses in music theory, music business, intellectual property, and recording/production.

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16. Sociology

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Here's how Sociology is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Prepared course material and taught Sociology and Parenting Education courses to college students in an accelerated Baccalaureate Social Service program
  • Developed course syllabus and instructed courses in Principles of Sociology and Introduction to American Government.
  • Instructed undergraduate-level courses in sociology including Principles of Sociology and Human Societies and Behavior.
  • Revised and updated syllabus with contemporary psychology, economics, and sociology research.
  • Provide instruction to Sociology students; facilitate learning in classroom of diverse populations.
  • Functioned as tutorial and discussion section leader in all Sociology and Microcomputers classes.
  • Created a variety of informational presentations and activities for Sociology 101 classes.
  • Develop curriculum for Sociology classes from introductory level to more advanced-level classes.
  • Edited current curriculum to better foster collaboration between civilization and sociology.
  • Provide online instruction to undergraduate students in various Psychology and Sociology courses
  • Co-facilitated the assessment of Intro to Sociology classes in the Sociology department
  • Provided instructional sociology materials to students in a classroom setting.
  • Teach introduction to sociology using synchronous and asynchronous virtual technology.
  • Developed curriculum for Sociology of Gender and Social Problems.
  • General Education Instructor teaching Ethics and Introduction to Sociology.
  • General & Developmental Psychology * Introduction to Sociology.
  • Developed lesson plans for undergraduate instruction in Sociology.
  • Served within Department of Philosophy and Sociology.
  • Assisted in textbook selection for introductory sociology classes
  • Instructed college credit courses in Sociology

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17. Anatomy

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Here's how Anatomy is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Instructed Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Veterinary medical terminology, Introduction to Veterinary Technology, and Small animal Husbandry.
  • Educate students in dosage calculations, medical terminology, medical ethics, pharmacy procedures, brands/generics and Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Demonstrated animal dissections and utilized human anatomy replicas to instruct students on the biological systems of the human body.
  • Present in lecture and interactive formats Western Anatomy and Physiology, Western Medical Terminology curriculum for acupuncture students.
  • Conduct college-level courses in the Biological Sciences including Anatomy and Physiology Lab and Introduction to Biological Science.
  • Prepared coursework/lesson plans for Anatomy and Physiology and General Biology following state curriculum guidelines and requirements.
  • Instruct Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, Pharmacy Calculations, and/or Medical Management classes.
  • Instruct pharmacy technician students in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and pathology.
  • Educate students Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, Administrative and Clinical Procedures.
  • Provide classroom instruction for Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology classes as assigned.
  • Teach General Biology, Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology lecture and laboratory sections.
  • Prepare and present lectures and laboratories on human anatomy, physiology and microbiology.
  • Monitor and support self-paced online Medical Terminology/Pharmacology and Anatomy & Physiology/Diseases online courses.
  • Led lectures and coordinated laboratory sections for Anatomy and Physiology undergraduate course.
  • Instructed college students in subjects of Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology.
  • Developed and delivered engaging lectures in Anatomy and Physiology and Medical Terminology.
  • Provided hands-on, practical expertise instructing students in Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Instructed Anatomy and Physiology, and Medical Terminology to adult students.
  • Provided the fundamental requirements of Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology.
  • Tutor Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmacology, and Medical terminology classes.

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18. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Worked adjacent with other faculty in producing PowerPoint lectures to delivery course information and exam aids.
  • Developed course guidelines, study guidelines, PowerPoint presentations with handouts, midterm quizzes and final examinations
  • Present material with multimedia equipment and other resources such as PowerPoint presentations and GIS demonstrations.
  • Prepared PowerPoint presentations, delivered instruction and fielded questions in a formal classroom setting.
  • Delivered PowerPoint presentations that incited class participation and generated discussions embracing key topics.
  • Integrated animated PowerPoint lectures with the traditional lecture method as an alternative teaching tool
  • Utilized PowerPoint to conduct professional presentations, lectures and discussions on textbook material.
  • Prepared useful lecture notes and lecture presentations through Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Completed many Microsoft PowerPoint presentations to utilize while instructing and for marketing purposes.
  • Develop weekly lecture discussion outlines by using PowerPoint that includes instructional aides.
  • Enhanced learning environment through use of PowerPoint presentations and various multimedia.
  • Developed engaging PowerPoint presentations and coursework to stimulate and motivate students.
  • Used PowerPoint presentations and other interactive technologies to present material.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations adjunct to existing materials and dovetailing curriculum.
  • Prepared and presented lessons in Business Statistics using PowerPoint.
  • Organized and presented PowerPoint presentations for plant material instruction.
  • Performed regular PowerPoint presentations to incoming classes at registration.
  • Created course material from scratch including PowerPoint presentations.
  • Developed and implemented PowerPoint presentations for classroom use.
  • Present lessons through classroom discussions with PowerPoint presentation.

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19. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Instruct students on the various topics related to Microbiology ranging from basic structural morphology of organisms to diseases associated with microorganisms.
  • Assist in development of laboratory experiments through research and testing of experimental methods in Microbiology and Environmental Science courses.
  • Designed and directed General Biology, Ecology and Genetics laboratory sessions for Biology majors and non-major students.
  • Instructed a fundamental laboratory course in microbiology, emphasizing core objectives for the study of microorganisms.
  • Provide college-level instruction through lecture in Microbiology BIO-221 and in Molecular Genetics BIT-210.
  • Summer session teaching position for an intensive 6-week Non-Majors Introductory Biology course.
  • Assisted in the maintenance and preparation of materials for microbiology laboratory sections.
  • Developed and taught General Biology and Microbiology courses with laboratory sections.
  • Prepared and provided lectures for several classes in Biology and Pharmacology.
  • Instructed undergraduate lecture courses in Microbiology, Biology and Biotechnology.
  • Teach the laboratory portion of Microbiology for Health Professionals.
  • Presented university-level biology, and microbiology laboratory courses.
  • Instructed general biology laboratories, and general microbiology laboratories
  • Delivered specialized microbiology curriculum to adult students.
  • General Biology I plus Laboratory for Non-Majors.
  • General Microbiology laboratory Instructor for summer 2012.
  • Instructed undergraduate students in biology laboratory classes.
  • Instructed general Biology courses and laboratory exercises
  • Teach introductory biology and microbiology courses
  • Run labs with appropriate experiments to reinforce material covered in lecture (aseptic techniques, molecular biology, microbiology techniques).

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20. Physiology

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Here's how Physiology is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • General Biology lecture and laboratory to enhance understanding of animal and plant cells with focus on cellular physiology.
  • Applied Exercise Physiology Lifelong Fitness Lab
  • Prepared and delivered brief lectures to undergraduate students on topics such as mammalian physiology, reproduction, genetics, etc.
  • Design: Color: Color explored as a phenomenon of physics, physiology, and perception.
  • Designed and taught advanced exercise physiology lecture series for Training Officers PRACTICAL AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
  • Provided instruction in Exercise Physiology and Prevention and Care for Athletic Training students.
  • Lecture and facilitate discussions in graduate Advanced Concepts in Physiology & Pathophysiology course, contribute to curriculum and test architecture.
  • Course manager for advanced pathophysiology/physical assessment.
  • Instruct students in the subjects of Parasitolgy, Animal Physiology, and Laboratory Animals, Exotics and Pocket Pets.
  • Developed a 3 credit hour course in the Exercise Physiologydepartment.
  • Course: Medical Surgical1 Introduction to Healthcare Pharmacology and Pathophysiology
  • Provide instruction of Health Information Technologies, Introduction to Healthcare, Pathophysiology, and Fundamentals of Disease courses.
  • Graduate Health assessment, Pathophysiology, informatics, QI
  • Developed and Instructed coursework on the electrophysiology of the heart plus the various types of arrhythmias and their configurations on EKGs.
  • RESEARCH INTERESTS Studies of drugs and toxins on neurons, microglia and other brain cells using electrophysiology and biochemical techniques.

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21. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Guided students to develop original responses to literature and literary criticism, allowing them to enter the scholarly conversation.
  • Developed syllabus; curriculum; presentations; independent and group activities based on literature review of Subject Matter.
  • Instructed Approaches to Teaching Pre-K-2nd grade courses and Early Childhood Literature classes for students seeking elementary education certification.
  • Developed and employed supplemental materials to reinforce subject matter using information from current scientific literature and databases.
  • Engage in and facilitate discussions regarding current and relevant literature and practical instructor and student experiences
  • Planned and conducted lessons from a variety of Sociological perspectives using approved literature and curricula.
  • Facilitated the discussion of social, cultural, and political influences of Contemporary Literature.
  • Examined current research in career counseling and encouraged students to critique literature.
  • Guided student groups in the preparation and execution of literature review presentations.
  • Cultivated students' critical thinking in relation to classic and contemporary literature.
  • Designed and taught courses in composition and literature for community college students
  • Incorporated music theory; music history, literature and appreciation.
  • Facilitated the examination of different genres and elements of literature.
  • Tutored college students in American Literature and English Composition.
  • Conducted extensive, independent literature research.
  • Provided critical analysis of literature.
  • Teach introductory composition and English Literature
  • Instructed English composition and literature courses
  • Utilize a variety of supplementary resources (instructional technology, guest speakers, field trips, current articles and literature).
  • Planned, taught, and implemented courses in English 101, English 102, Women's Literature, English Usage and Grammar

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22. Public Speaking

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Here's how Public Speaking is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Facilitated sections of public speaking, business communications, and group dynamics for both traditional and non-traditional and adult students.
  • Provided students the opportunity to interact in group activities and classroom discussions about public speaking related to workplace safety.
  • Developed WebCT course and researched audio/video equipment for online public speaking and foreign language laboratory.
  • Described and analyzed human verbal interactions and focused on all aspects related to public speaking.
  • Teach Online Communication/Public Speaking Courses.
  • Teach students pursuing an Associate's Degree Public Speaking, Communications, Advertising, Mass Media Emma J. O'Neal,
  • Designed and implemented a public speaking and effective communication course for vocational education students at the high school level.
  • Obtained management, leadership, and development skills by teaching communication and public speaking classes to 600+ college students.
  • Provided opportunities for students to further develop their scientific communication, public speaking, and effective study skills.
  • Increased students' public speaking skills by 45 percent to 65 percent by the end of each semester.
  • Instructed classes in Introduction to Public Speaking including distance learning modules, met with students, recorded grades
  • Evaluated performance, gave feedback, counseled on real-world issues regarding public speaking, persuasion and presentations.
  • Teach Intro to Public Speaking each semester, which is a required course for all undergraduate students.
  • Deliver lectures to groups of 20-30 students about various topics related to communication and public speaking.
  • Develop and deliver engaging lectures to students and coach students on public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Create course content, from existing curricula, for teaching Interpersonal Communication and Public Speaking.
  • Prepare course plans and materials for business writing, public speaking, and sales training.
  • Teach a night Public Speaking class comprised of adults and other non-traditional urban students.
  • Teach two sections of an undergraduate public speaking course with class size of 20.
  • Coached students in public speaking to compete in the national competition of tribal colleges.

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23. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Educate students on understanding and using Computerized Medical Records.
  • Participate in national career fairs and educational advisory board panels for the adoption of Electronic Medical Records.
  • Maintained medical records, receiving commendations for thoroughness and accuracy in completion of reports and patient documentation.
  • Coordinate with community animal shelters and rescue organizations, organize schedules and medical records.
  • Notified patient care staff of all incomplete/delinquent medical records and deficiency of missing documentation.
  • Maintained accurate medical records of the members to ensure proper medication and medical attention.

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24. Organizational Behavior

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Here's how Organizational Behavior is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Teach non-recurring courses in organizational behavior, public policy, public administration, program evaluation and research methods.
  • Facilitate doctoral-level courses in the areas of globalization, organizational behavior, IT systems management, and strategic management.
  • Teach college level General Psychology, Educational Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Abnormal Psychology and Child Psychology courses
  • Graduate courses offered included Organizational Behavior, Management Systems, Marketing Management, Marketing Research, Business Strategy and Policy.
  • Design and Deliver Applied Behavioral Science curriculum such as Leadership, Communication, Organizational Behavior, and Adult Development and Growth
  • Developed course curriculum for introductory business course covering varied topics such as marketing, organizational behavior, and e-business.

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25. Intro

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Here's how Intro is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Supervised physical fitness activities, provided mentoring, and introduced participating youth to a college campus teaching and learning community.
  • Deliver classroom instructor lead learning for the Introduction to Microcomputers course within the Computer Information Systems and Technology Department
  • Provide instructional leadership in an environment conducive to learning Subjects: Introduction to Forensic Science Urban Juvenile Justice
  • Delivered introductory education course to culinary students including knife skills, sanitation, and classic culinary techniques.
  • Introduce students to computer forensics and investigative tools and techniques, specifically designed for Windows Operating Systems.
  • Introduced critical thinking skills to students by demonstrating systematic and sequential laboratory methods designed to test hypotheses.
  • Related complex scientific concepts to liberal arts students in an introductory undergraduate level biological sciences course.
  • Instruct curriculum classes in manufacturing technology program including Introduction to Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Manufacturing Management Practices
  • Provided introductory course required for early childhood students attending an associate degree program.
  • Introduced job related experiences in a classroom environment for effective and efficient learning.
  • Prepared curriculum and equipment for the laboratory portion of the introductory mechanics course.
  • Develop and digitally deliver student centered introductory curriculum in Women's Studies.
  • Teach introductory physical geography, human geography and world regional geography courses
  • Developed curriculum for & taught introductory computer course for paralegal program.
  • Teach Introductory Composition and Developmental English to first-year college students.
  • Contracted instructor for college algebra course and introductory statistics course.
  • Instructed classes in Introduction to Computer Maintenance and Networking Technology.
  • Introduced students to basic rhetorical concepts and critical reading abilities.
  • Educated undergrad students and implemented curriculum on Introduction to Business.
  • Prepared curriculum and equipment for various introductory physics courses.

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26. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Followed policies and regulations in keeping progress notes and student records - performed regular progress monitoring and completed any necessary reports.
  • Maintained student records and enter data into Banner records management system.
  • Maintained appropriate confidentiality when working with student records.
  • Assessed individual student progress and maintained student records.
  • Maintain student records per accreditation guidelines and requirements.
  • Updated all student records and upheld paperwork confidentiality.
  • Maintain student records and documentation.
  • Maintain student records and evaluate student progress appropriate for each course and perform administrative duties as assigned.
  • Maintained requirements for student records, attendance, grades, ordering textbooks, and/or other documentation.
  • Assisted the department by auditing student records, evaluating HR paperwork, and tracking student progress.
  • Prepare final grades at the end of each semester to update student records and transcripts.
  • Maintain, accuracy of student records, scheduling, registration and degree completion.
  • Maintain student records and provide feedback to students and administration regarding course progress.
  • Maintain all appropriate student records and meet all deadlines related to instructional management.
  • Maintain student records, attendance, grades, and other documentation as required.
  • Maintained student records, attendance, grades, and other feedback as needed.
  • Manage student records including attendance, grades, and correspondence with students.
  • Work with external educational institutions on proper student records, course descriptions.
  • Maintained accurate student records and prepared various forms for student data entry.
  • Instructed students in various religious beliefs courses * Input and manage student records

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27. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Developed syllabus including multimedia materials, in-class activities, discussion topics, and graded assignments.
  • Arranged class activities for creative inquiry and examinations.
  • Provide students with an opportunity to conduct experiments in a laboratory and apply knowledge gained from the textbook and in-class activities.
  • Present material through a variety of teaching methods, such as group discussions, class activities, and lectures.
  • Prepare all course work materials (presentations, in-class activities and labs) for weekly sessions and assignments.
  • Developed a curriculum including a syllabus, lectures, exams, quizzes, assignments and in-class activities.
  • Developed lesson plans, prepared lectures and class activities and maintain student records including attendance and grades.
  • Prepare in-class activities, tests, and quizzes to ensure students understand and comprehend the material.
  • Created lectures, in-class activities, assignments, exams, quizzes and group projects.
  • Help students develop close reading and research skills through assignments and in-class activities.
  • Develop and manage syllabus materials, reading assignments, homework and class activities.
  • Present prepared materials, supervise class activities, and record student progress.
  • Prepared lessons plans and class activities in relation to class topics.
  • Lecture and lead class discussion and class activities.
  • Engaged students with interactive class activities to generate collaborative knowledge production of basic communication concepts and theories.
  • Promoted active learning through creating and leading in-class activitiesas well as facilitating group discussions.
  • Assisted in planning class activities preparation to better ready students for employment beyond VERTICAL program.
  • Created testing materials, assignments, weekly lectures, and in-class activities.
  • Created Freshmen College Studies (FCST1010) course syllabi and in-class activities.
  • Prepared syllabus and course lectures Prepared student assignments and class activities Prepared examinations Graded all projects and examinations

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28. Computer Applications

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Here's how Computer Applications is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Instructed highly motivated technology courses including Web Design, Communicating through Multimedia, Computer Applications, and Computer repair and Maintenance.
  • Instructed for-credit courses in Network Security Fundamentals, Computer Forensics, Computer Applications and Certified Ethical Hacker preparation courses.
  • Prepare social science, professional development, and computer applications coursework for instruction to adult students seeking professional degrees.
  • Deliver instruction vocational content in the areas of computer applications, office administration, accounting and human resources.
  • Teach Microcomputer Applications Course covering Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Access
  • Developed entire course curriculum for Computer Applications and Resources specializing in Jewish Communal Service.
  • Utilized Microsoft computer applications training methodologies while working to meet the syllabus' objectives.
  • Instructed Network Security, Advanced Routing, Risk Management, and Microcomputer Applications
  • Teach computer applications, office technology and advanced word processing.
  • Teach computer applications, business management and job development courses
  • Demonstrate and instruct students how to utilize computer applications.
  • Provide tutoring for students requiring extra help with General Education classes including Algebra, Statistics, Composition, and Computer Applications.
  • Instruct 25 plus students per 45 hour modules in college-level courses in Computer applications, Business, and General Education.
  • Facilitated online delivery of Computer Applications 101 to average class size of 25 students for 9-week course terms.
  • Developed curriculum, created lesson plans, and taught Computer Applications, Business Practices, Public speaking.
  • Instruct students on the use of computer applications in the home, school and industry.
  • Instructed two sections of EN-111 (College Writing) and IS-115 (Computer Applications I)
  • Prepare learning support materials with the help of computer applications and other university resources.
  • Joined the faculty in 2005 as an instructor of computer applications.
  • Instruct students in Computer Applications, using approved course outcome guides.

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29. Seminar

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Here's how Seminar is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Provide online and/or face-to-face instruction in seminar courses for community college student coursework in the Child Development and Early Education department
  • Coordinate department informational seminars develop strategic programs and initiatives in alignment with the College's priorities and goals.
  • Developed quantitative and qualitative research studies on student satisfaction while developing seminars on how to improve teaching.
  • Provided training to paralegal instructors at a seminar for the National Association of Paralegal Educators.
  • Participated in annual professional development seminars to advance knowledge and instructional skills in the field.
  • Focus on seminars concerning employee complaints, internal investigations and equal employment opportunity laws.
  • Organized game development seminar for interested students introducing game development concepts and Microsoft XNA framework
  • Created syllabus for and taught an individual seminar focusing on historical methodology.
  • Delivered seminars for the Portage County Business Association regarding time management.
  • Conducted transition assistance seminars for all military branches located in Hawaii.
  • Attended professional development seminar on Understanding and Engaging the Under-Resourced Learner.
  • Develop and conduct professional development seminars for child care professionals and parents
  • Facilitate College Success and Technology seminars to community college students.
  • Served on Freshmen Seminar curriculum committee to determine lessons and textbook
  • Attended professional development seminars for faculty members as required.
  • Conducted professional training seminars at national industry conventions.
  • Facilitated training seminars for a community based business/nonprofit.
  • Attended professional development seminars for professional growth.
  • Conduct semester seminars using online platform.
  • Attended multiple Professional Development Seminars.

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30. Office Hours

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Here's how Office Hours is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Maintained regular office hours providing one-on-one tutoring and counseling to students.
  • Provided office hours and tutored students individually as needed.
  • Provide academic and professional guidance for students* Hold weekly office hours* Submit grades on a weekly basis* Facilitate online discussions with students
  • Maintain regularly scheduled office hours in order to advise and assist students, as assigned by the administration of the institution.
  • Promoted student success by making myself available to students outside the classroom and office hours, through email and phone calls.
  • Include expectations list, office hours, chat hours, small group assignments, contact information, announcements, and encouragement.
  • Develop curriculum and course schedule, instruct students, and assist students in office hours designed for tutoring and mentoring.
  • Provide educational and lab assistance to students during regularly scheduled times (i.e., office hours) or by appointment.
  • Establish, post, and maintain approved office hours for professional activities and duties, which include student conferences.
  • Established and maintained office hours for student questions and consultation through phone, e-mail; text and instant messaging.
  • Maintained office hours to assist students in the learning process and provided academic advising, and support services.
  • Led discussions, graded all student work, held office hours, and attended to individual student concerns.
  • Instruct 20 hours weekly in small group setting as well as assisting students during office hours and online.
  • Maintained office hours according to the institute requirements for students in need of help with demanding coursework.
  • Provide guidance to students and hold office hours in order to be available for questions and concerns.
  • Maintain office hours and out of class availability (via online learning management system) to students.
  • Lectured and facilitated discussion; assigned, graded research papers and exams; held office hours.
  • Maintained regular scheduled office hours to advise, support and mentor students outside of the classroom.
  • Hold weekly office hours aimed at providing students with personalized assistance and tutoring, as needed.
  • Provided office hours and routinely stayed late or went in early to assist students with learning.

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31. Internet

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Here's how Internet is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Authored Internet Research curriculum for Private Investigator Certification Course, with emphasis on social media for research and for competitive advantage
  • Provide instruction to improve students' abilities to effectively use internet-based resources to enhance access to higher education programs.
  • Provided instruction to students related to internet security, e-commerce and legal issues regarding intellectual property.
  • Develop course content, instructional, and evaluation materials for internet-based instructional environments.
  • Configured Windows TCP/IP network clients maintaining connectivity and internet access for faculty.
  • Developed and delivered Internet based Criminal Justice courses to students worldwide.
  • Provided students with criteria for evaluating information on the internet.
  • Utilize the latest internet-based classroom interfaces across three campuses simultaneously.
  • Developed and executed various classes for Microsoft applications on all levels as well as classes on the internet and social networking.
  • Utilized Power Point, video and text to explore the innovation and evolution of television, radio, and the internet.
  • Lecture 25 students per module in the areas of professional and career development, English, Internet and Web Design.
  • Provided help with application software including spreadsheets, word-processing, database, presentation graphics, Internet, and desktop publishing.
  • Train students to use software; Windows 7/8, MS Office Suite; email, internet and basic keyboarding.
  • Job entailed nine classroom hours per week of instruction without the use of a computer or the internet.
  • Worked under Internet Service Provider (ISP) in an interdisciplinary team to achieve long term individual goals.
  • Completed all necessary clerical work such as making photocopies, scanning materials, and use of internet programs.
  • Developed and taught online Learning Strategies (online orientation course) and online Introduction to the Internet courses.
  • Designed curricula and taught courses in Organizing and Managing Content on the Internet and Instructional Design and Development.
  • Prepare course syllabus, lecture topics, organize reading assignments, internet research, and prepare examination materials.
  • Instructed students in Computer Networking Technology related courses including Microsoft Office Suite 2010, Internet and Email applications.

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32. Healthcare

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Here's how Healthcare is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Initiated a community partnership program for healthcare provider coding education outreach.
  • Instructed Nursing and Respiratory students in basic healthcare clinical competencies.
  • Redesign online statistics course for nursing and healthcare administration students.
  • Provide instruction to students enrolled in healthcare administration program.
  • Direct clinical instruction to students in various healthcare environments
  • Administer composition curriculum to business and healthcare students.
  • Facilitate course in Healthcare Risk Management and Compliance
  • Demonstrated leadership in professional practice setting, collaborated with healthcare consumer, family and others in the conduct of nursing practice.
  • Prepared and provided lectures to Baccalaureate level students on topics such as Public Health, Epidemiology, and American Healthcare Systems.
  • Teach professionalism, master student, study skills, healthcare courses, and applicable job related duties and skills.
  • Conduct American Heart Association courses to Healthcare providers and community members according to American Heart and NICC guidelines.
  • Serve as a role model for students in professional interaction with other healthcare workers and within clinical facilities.
  • Explained the importance of spelling and reviewing common abbreviations for body systems, medical specialties and healthcare professionals.
  • Teach all aspects of Healthcare Administration including human resources, payroll, bookkeeping, front office, EHR.
  • Introduced business school to online platform technology, resulting in the development of hybrid course in Healthcare Marketing.
  • Teach healthcare marketing, research methods, and administration courses for Master Degree Program in Health Arts.
  • Worked with high school students, college nursing students & healthcare personnel needing continuing education credits.
  • Accredited University providing instruction for students pursuing A.A degrees and/or certificates in HealthCare fields.
  • Presented on other healthcare practitioners that included primary care and specialty scopes of service.
  • Created and facilitated blended learning class for Bachelor Degree seeking students in healthcare.

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33. Adult Learners

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Here's how Adult Learners is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Prepare and deliver informative and engaging lectures and laboratory experiments geared towards adult learners.
  • Manage all classroom activities for adult learners across varying cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Presented program appropriate material to adult learners in specialized academic programs.
  • Instructed adult learners in various subjects utilizing a Blended Learning Methodology.
  • Strive to utilize methodologies and instructional strategies appropriate for adult learners
  • Provide professional academic instruction to new and returning adult learners.
  • Instructed adult learners in preparation for attaining their High School Equivalency
  • Conducted seminars on best educational practices for adult learners.
  • Teach adult learners project management in continuing education program.
  • Instruct remedial and advanced adult learners through positive reinforcement.
  • Dedicated to enthusiastic and dynamic teaching as a means of creating and nurturing a lifelong love of knowledge in adult learners.
  • Create and deliver in-class lessons to adult learners * Engaged students with questions in target language to help develop speaking skills.
  • Communicate professionally, relate well, and share a passion for the content in an effort to motivate life-long adult learners.
  • Integrated the skills of reading, writing, listening, and speaking to teach targeted English language skills to adult learners
  • Served as Adjunct Instructor for Writing in the Workplace, a Business course offered to adult learners (2003).
  • Provide student with a variety of exercise and institutional methodologies to help keep young adult learners engaged and motivated.
  • Developed assessment measures, curriculum, and daily lesson plans to facilitate the instruction of Spanish II to adult learners
  • Enhanced curriculum to address various learning styles of adult learners, including multimedia, hands-on application and team activities.
  • Designed, developed, implemented and teach face-to-face Beginning Russian for adult learners for the Continuing Education Department.
  • Develop curriculum and provide instruction for the LEAP Program for adult learners in the Bachelor and Master programs.

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34. Adobe Photoshop

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Here's how Adobe Photoshop is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Provided online instruction in image manipulation employing Adobe Photoshop as the primary application.
  • Teach Students the basic usage and operations of Adobe Photoshop and its uses in real world environments.
  • Course Description: Introductory class working with Adobe Photoshop to manipulate and create images.
  • Instruct class how to create web base images utilizing Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
  • Conduct a beginner class on the basics of Adobe Photoshop.
  • Provided instruction in web design and Adobe Photoshop.
  • Employed Autodesk Maya, Illuminate Labs Turtle, Adobe Photoshop, CrazyBump, and Unity3D for coursework.
  • Created and instructed the photo retouching course using Adobe Photoshop, Bridge and Lightroom.
  • Provided training in the various software applications, such asQuarkXpress and Adobe Photoshop.
  • Designed multimedia lessons and taught the Adobe Photoshop , Illustrator , and InDesign classes for EITC Workforce Training for seven years.
  • Teach Adobe Photoshop Teach QuarkXpress Plan lessons Grade assignments Previous years I worked this job during Spring Semester, also.

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35. Subject Matter

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Here's how Subject Matter is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Instructed students on Statistics for the Health Professional subject matter giving meaning and practical application strategies utilizing various media resources available.
  • Capitalize on subject matter expertise to develop and enhance course curriculum and assist with academic support and certification programs.
  • Formulated weekly assessment that required students to demonstrate understanding and comprehension of subject matters presented in class.
  • Assisted as subject matter expert with utilizing advanced knowledge in educational programs and developmental services.
  • Presented technical subject matter to students at varying levels of technical ability and comprehension.
  • Facilitated meetings with stakeholders and subject matter experts to gather and document business requirements.
  • Created stimulating curriculum while prioritizing important aspects of the extensive required subject matter.
  • Instructed students through hands-on lab experience and effective subject matter lectures Scientific Experience
  • Developed and administered exams related to lessons covered in subject matter course.
  • Evaluated and monitored student knowledge of subject matter and academic progress.
  • Provide educational instruction to students on required subject matter.
  • Presented subject matter utilizing an array of scholarly techniques.
  • Recognized for high-level subject matter expertise and love of teaching
  • Remain current with subject matter and instructional methodology.
  • Provided subject matter expertise and experience.
  • Provided opportunities for in-class discussions and questions and displayed enthusiasm about the students, the subject matter and the learning process.
  • Prepare syllabus and course outcomes for instruction * Instruct on subject matter while engaging learners in a lively and exciting way.
  • Named to numerous Advisory Committees as technology Subject Matter Expert, including the Memphis Chamber of Commerce Technology Council.
  • Subject Matter Expert with SigmaTech, Inc to develop a Federal Emergency Management Agency NRF/NIMS State Offered G Course.
  • Arranged for subject matter experts to meet students on a periodic basis to create an interest about the subject.

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36. Database

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Here's how Database is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Measured and documented student participation through an on-line database and in person tracking, providing data for future program analysis.
  • Provided real-world experience examples for students to show application of instructional material, including application of database-driven PHP/MySQL websites.
  • Associate Faculty position providing classroom instruction on Database, System Analysis, and Application Development Life Cycle
  • Improved student support and communication by designing a database to track employment statistics and performance measures.
  • Instructed college-level students on Microsoft applications and installation, business communication and advanced database concepts.
  • Maintain the oceanographic database and provided historical monthly data analysis for acoustic trial operations.
  • Provide an objective and empirical database system for planning, operation and evaluation.
  • Established curriculum and taught classes in database concepts, emphasizing relational model.
  • Provided instruction on database modeling and the fundamentals of database design.
  • Designed online version of senior level database management class.
  • Conducted student surveys and processed information via a database.
  • Work in test database development and certification testing.
  • Entered student information into internal computer database system.
  • Worked within CampusVue assigned grades, updated and maintained grading database and student attendance, produced weekly reports to Department Chair.
  • Provided instruction to students in Advanced Business Applications, Visual Basic for Applications Programming in Excel and Database Management I.
  • Teach Computer Introduction and Microcomputer Classes in Basic Programming, Database, Spreadsheet and Word Processing in the Computer Technology Department
  • Record student grades and attendance weekly in database, and provide each student with a weekly grade report.
  • Instruct undergraduate business and technical students in computer languages, systems analysis, and concepts of databases in business
  • Grade databases, concept maps and nursing care plans in accordance with established college policies and procedures.
  • Designed and taught Introduction to Computers, spreadsheets, and database classes to hundreds of students.

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37. Philosophy

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Here's how Philosophy is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Designed and taught introductory philosophy courses, including Introduction to Philosophy and Philosophy and Aesthetics.
  • Developed curricula for college-level philosophy and ethics courses with clear expectations and objectives in mind.
  • Teach PHIL201- Introduction to Philosophy in synchronous and asynchronous environments.
  • Evaluated student competence based on program philosophy and objectives.
  • Teach undergraduate Career Development and Religion and Philosophy courses.
  • Focus on the philosophy, procedures and hands-on practice that will prepare students to be competent in the peer tutorial process.
  • Teach 15 week yoga courses to students, including poses, meditation, breathing techniques and ancient yoga philosophy.
  • Prepared and taught 10 different courses in religion, ethics, and philosophy for military and nonmilitary college students.
  • Provide outstanding instruction to students in the Culinary Department, committed to the philosophy and goals of the college.
  • Guided Honors program students through reading & research in Christian Moral Philosophy & tutorial in Ethics.
  • Developed and implemented short-term semester plans in accordance with the philosophy of the college department.
  • Incorporated the Agile philosophy of creating Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose within this program.
  • Teach college level courses * Introduction to the Field Experience *Philosophy of Education *Math/Reading/Writing/English *Tutor English/Math
  • Teach Ethics and Philosophy of Religion in the Philosophy Department Taught philosophy of religion and ethics
  • Research Methods, Introduction to Philosophy, Community Ethics, and The American President.
  • Teach Ethics and Introduction to Philosophy to community college students and high school students.
  • Instructed students in a course entitled, Philosophy of Business Law.
  • Instructed two semesters of Sport History, Philosophy, and Ethics.
  • Maintain a current teaching philosophy, portfolio, and career credentials.
  • Update personal knowledge of philosophy as offered by the department.

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38. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Teach various entry to mid-level Information Technology material through approved curriculum, and develop daily lesson plans to include instructional aides.
  • Develop and instruct Bachelor's level courses focusing on many critical areas of Information Technology and PMP accredited Project Management curriculum.
  • Assigned teaching responsibilities for Masters of Public Administration and Information Technology Project Management in traditional and enhanced classroom settings.
  • Assisted in documentation and information needed to acquire new accreditation from CAHIIM for Health Information Technology Program.
  • Developed academic student strategies for improved performance and results for various business and information technology classes.
  • Deliver online instruction and mentor students for careers in health administration and health information technology.
  • Subject expert in Information Technology Security, Business Continuity and Risk Management and Project Management.
  • Instruct Information Technology, Human Resources Management, Management Principals and Business Principals courses.
  • Teach students fundamental legal research and writing as well as information technology skills
  • Facilitate professional discussion concerning Information Technology and network infrastructure concepts and methodology.
  • Teach information technology courses for students pursuing information technology degrees and certifications.
  • Led courses in business and information technology for associate-level degree students.
  • Develop technique for teaching curriculum materials for Health Information Technology Department.
  • Teach undergraduate classes in Marketing/Finance and Information Technology Management departments.
  • Supervised and evaluated graduate students' projects in Information Technology.
  • Skilled in teaching curriculum materials for Health Information Technology Department.
  • Solve real world information technology problems through incorporating academic knowledge.
  • Provide classroom instruction for the computer Science/Information Technology Curriculum.
  • Assessed and monitored curriculum and information technology usage.
  • Develop and provide candidates with Information technology syllabus.

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39. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Developed a content-based curriculum in American History for intermediate level college students in an ESL immersion program.
  • Facilitate consistent involvement in the ongoing development and evaluation of the ESL curriculum.
  • Incorporated all ESL teaching methodology into language and content objectives.
  • Maintain accurate, current, and complete records in compliance with the ESL department's rules, regulations and objectives.
  • Job Duties/Responsibilities - Adjunct Faculty Language Arts Department, (Reading, English 101, English 102, ESL).
  • Developed and taught courses for graduate students, visiting scholars, and others studying ESL for career and personal enrichment.
  • Review and select the appropriate books, equipment, and other instructional materials for the ESL curriculum and program.
  • Develop lessons specifically focused on how ESL parents can best contribute to the enhancement of their child s education.
  • Instructed college level courses in Business Communications, ESL and English disciplines to adult students with varied ability levels.
  • Provided non-credit instruction in GED, ESL, and THEA test prep to adult learners enrolled in CE courses.
  • Mentored native English-speaking and ESL graduate and undergraduate nursing students in scholarly research and writing in all subjects.
  • Produced focused integration strategies and course content for Saudi ESL students in the absence of an ESL program.
  • Provide student instruction in ESLP classes in Rhetoric and Composition, Academic writing, Grammar, and Listening.
  • Assist in evaluation of students' language proficiency Meet with ESL staff and faculty to coordinate curriculum.
  • Planned, prepared, and instructed an entry level freshman English course designed for ESL students.
  • Stay abreast with the novelties in ESL studies by attending professional development activities outside of CSI.
  • Instruct lower level ESL students in reading comprehension, writing, and conversation skills in English.
  • Played key leadership role in developing and co-writing curriculum for ESL program at Salem Community College.
  • Performed duties of an instructor while teaching developmental writing and reading, as well as ESL.
  • Developed tailored course curriculum and taught numerous English as Second Language (ESL) students.

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40. Economics

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Here's how Economics is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Teach undergraduate elementary statistics and economics
  • Provided instruction and individual tutoring in English Language, Economics, History, Government and Constitutional Development.
  • Present students with a comprehensive overview of economics, Develop their interest in economic analysis.
  • Developed and delivered curriculum for courses in Macroeconomics, Business Communications and Information Systems.
  • Teach online classes including Microeconomics and Principles of Business Management.
  • Recognized and awarded achievement for contribution to Economics and Geography.
  • Facilitated instruction of macroeconomics to college students.
  • Provide tutoring to current economics students.
  • Tutored students in Macroeconomics and Microeconomics.
  • Teach college courses on the principles of health care economics, health insurance and regulatory policies surrounding the health care industry.
  • Teach Principles of Management, Principles of Marketing, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and Industrial and Human Factors Design Applications.
  • Salt Lake Community College (Economics and Computer Science), and Utah Valley State College (Finance).
  • Develop and teach course curriculum for Business Math, Introduction to Economics II, and Introduction to Quality Management.
  • Teach various classes for the Economics and Business department for liberal arts college on the north shore of Boston.
  • Teach finance, accounting, management, economics, and human resource in-class room as well as on-line.
  • Developed and taught special sessions on International Business Law and Quantitative Foundations for the Study of Economics.
  • Teach evening master and undergraduate level corporate finance, accounting, new venture, and economics courses.
  • Teach evening classes in Accounting, Financial Reporting, Cost Accounting, Economics and Operations Management.
  • Course Development and Instruction in Economics, Accounting, Business Law, and Management.
  • Course developed: MGT 532, Introduction of Economics and MGT571 Executive economic analysis.

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41. Suite

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Here's how Suite is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Instructed area business professionals in best practices using digital marketing solutions and Google Suites applications (professional development courses).
  • Facilitated student learning of Microsoft Office Suite * Taught and presented to class using multimedia applications
  • Develop and deliver curriculum of several classes using Microsoft suites.
  • Teach Microsoft Office 2003 suite of applications, Office Administration courses, and Medical Office and Legal Office Procedures classes.
  • Focus is on Microsoft suite of products including MS Project, PowerPoint, MS Office, and web page development.
  • Instructed Microsoft Office Suite Certification, which included courses in PowerPoint Presentations, Excel Spreadsheets, and Access Databases.
  • Provided instruction in using ESRI ArcGIS Suite, Adobe Suite, and Microsoft Suite for map production and analysis.
  • Included courses: Microsoft Office Suite versions Office 365/2010/2013, Microsoft SQL Server 2012/2014, Microsoft Windows 7 & 8
  • Train students on current trends using Microsoft Office 2013 Suite analyzing each tool while preparing them for workplace opportunities.
  • Instruct a college-level design course with an emphasis on page layout and design using Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Teach foundations level graphic design courses with primary focus on design tools such as Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Experience instructing classes and individuals on Modeling aspects of Cinema 4D and the Adobe Production Suite.
  • Designed, built, and taught web-based survey courses in American history using Blackboard Academic Suite.
  • Utilized Blackboard and SAM (Skills Assessment Manager) in delivering the Microsoft office Suite.
  • Conduct classes using Angel Learning suite * Organized Discussion board discussions with students
  • Helped students design workout that suited their personal needs.
  • Specialized in Professional Office Suite and related software.
  • Observed my students' use in the mastery of Excel, Word, and Access in the M/S Office suite software
  • Facilitate courses in MS Office Suite Grading is Unsatisfactory/Satisfactory.
  • Reach student learners by utilizing the newest educational methods to create a student-centered classroom that's perfectly suited for learning.

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42. Business Management

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Here's how Business Management is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Develop and facilitate course curriculum for students in areas such as business management, business communications, and office procedures.
  • Ensured compliance with top quality standards as well as accreditation rules/regulations in collaboration with Director of Business Management Program.
  • Evaluated oral presentations by students on case studies and provided sound advice and feedback concerning fundamentals of business management.
  • Experience in facilitating online classrooms in undergraduate programs including business management and general studies.
  • Developed and delivered course material for: Human Resource Management and Small Business Management.
  • Teach business management and information systems courses to both traditional and non-traditional students.
  • Instructed students in Business Management, Human Relations and Management Information Systems.
  • Instruct students in a curriculum focusing on Business Management and Information Systems.
  • Instructed approximately 60 students in business management classes on campus quarterly.
  • Redeveloped business management course, Business and Society.
  • Develop and provide students with business management syllabus.
  • Use my 15+ years of business management and marketing experience to bring subjects to the students using real world applications.
  • Teach Graduate and Undergraduate students Finance, Leadership and Business Management both in an online and classroom setting.
  • Served as Adjunct Instructor in the area of business management within the School of Education and Continuing Studies.
  • Teach the school of drafting and design* Teach the school of project management* Teach the school of business management
  • Facilitate (Hybrid) Human Resources and Business Management Courses via on ground and online learning systems.
  • Deliver instruction in the areas of Business Management, Human Resource Management, and Management Studies.
  • Plan and facilitate lessons for adults in Business Management and Human Resource courses.
  • teach Accounting, Business Management and Finance.
  • Updated business management courses; .

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43. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Administered departmental exams, led weekly lectures and laboratories, and developed quizzes and homework assignments
  • Provide classroom and homework assignments that facilitate the student achieving defined learning objectives.
  • Supervised group activities and assisted with homework assignments.
  • Document test scores/homework assignments/attendance, etc.
  • Administered homework assignments and classroom projects.
  • Prepare all materials for course lectures, labs activities, in-class & homework assignments, quizzes, midterm & final exam.
  • Planned and led classes, created homework assignments, graded essays and introduced students to the practice of historical research.
  • Prepared lecture material, tests, homework assignments while keeping up with a current grade for each student.
  • Utilize ConnectLucas software for a virtual experience including online quizzes, homework assignments, and speech videos postings.
  • Prepare and lead classroom discussions based on the text as well as homework assignments and exams.
  • Assisted students' with course projects, homework assignments, and other work in computer lab.
  • Created quizzes, homework assignments, and exams to assess student understanding and reinforce key concepts.
  • Developed and administered lesson plans, homework assignments, and exams based on such curricula.
  • Create tests and homework assignments that accurately reflect how well the students learned the material.
  • Developed and graded homework assignments, quizzes, exams, and issued semester grades.
  • Maintained records, such as grade reports, training activity and homework assignments.
  • Created syllabus, exams, homework assignments and over 36 Power Point lectures.
  • Created the course syllabus, lecture slides, homework assignments, and exams.
  • Composed lab works quizzes, exams, as well as homework assignments.
  • Assist students in homework assignments, skills development, and career counseling.

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44. Business Law

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Here's how Business Law is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Facilitated classroom discussion & understanding on the following legal areas: family law, corporations and business law, and litigation.
  • Have approval to also teach Health Care Marketing; Human Resource Management; Health Care Finance; and Business Law.
  • Provided students with instruction and analysis of Business Law, including the application of UCC laws and local state laws.
  • Instructed students in the areas of constitutional law, criminal justice, criminal law and business law
  • Developed class curriculum and taught classes in Human Resource Management, Business Law, and Management.
  • Provide education and training to undergraduate and graduate students in business law and labor relations.
  • Selected by Business School at IUS to teach Business Law on an Adjunct Instructor Basis.
  • Teach classes on Real Estate and Business Law online and in a classroom setting.
  • Instruct Business Law II, Introduction to Advertising, Business Organization and Management.
  • Instructed courses in Business Law, Employment Law and Practical Legal Investigations.
  • Developed and instructed Business Law full credit course curriculum for college students.
  • Prepare lesson plans and teach Business Law and the Legal Environment course.
  • Developed lesson plans and unified syllabus for Business Law I instructors.
  • Instruct business college students in Business Law, Composition and Grammar.
  • Provided instruction for courses in Business Law and Litigation.
  • Substitute for regular instructor in Business Law classes.
  • Teach Business Law at the B.I.
  • Provided instruction in business law to paralegal, accounting, and business administration students.
  • Served as Business Law I lead instructor.Professional Experience
  • Instructed undergraduate students in all aspects of Business Law to include contract,employment/Human Resources and insurance law.

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45. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Increased student comprehension skills and academic achievement by developing instructional materials and teaching Pluralism & Diversity as well as Business courses.
  • Increase student academic achievement and foster professional dental hygiene knowledge by delivering evidence-based instructional materials and teaching first year students.
  • Developed and implemented class syllabus, complemented and implemented existing lecture and laboratory instructional materials.
  • Presented competency-based instructional materials that meet USDOT curriculum requirements for EMT-Basic and Paramedic Courses.
  • Created new and challenging instructional materials and presentations that improved students' performance.
  • Prepare and delivers instruction to students in assigned online environment* Prepare instructional materials.
  • Conduct classes in accordance with established course outlines and approved instructional materials.
  • Developed instructional materials for classes in Windows and Microsoft office products.
  • Develop, revise, and continually update curriculum and instructional materials.
  • Designed instructional materials, assignments and lesson plans and delivered curriculum.
  • Design curricula and instructional materials to meet individual student needs.
  • Reviewed, recommended, selected and adapted instructional materials.
  • Prepared and presented instructional materials for electronics courses.
  • Provided instructional materials and utilized effective teaching strategies.
  • Planned and organized instructional materials toward course objectives.
  • Developed instructional materials, assignments and tests.
  • Contribute to the development and revision of course content and instructional materials, textbook selection, and assessment strategies.
  • Created teaching aids, instructional materials, classroom activities, and assignments with attention to adult learning strategies.
  • Prepared instructional materials, designed weekly labs, graded assignments and recorded grades in Blackboard course system.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs, abilities, and interests.

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46. Autocad

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Here's how Autocad is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Assist students with projects utilizing the AutoCAD, CAD Key, Math Lab, MultiSim and Microsoft Office software suites.
  • Job Description: Teach Design Technology (AutoCAD 2010), Information technology (Networking), and Business classes.
  • Course covered the fundamentals in AutoCAD through creating a bill of materials from attributes contained in an AutoCAD drawing.
  • Have taught AutoCAD, construction materials, orientation to architecture, print reading and specifications, architectural graphics 2.
  • Designed Introduction to AutoCAD course, creating course objectives and developing activities for a ten-week course.
  • Project based curriculum development and instruction in AutoCAD and Civil 3D 2010-15 for engineering students.
  • Substitute taught AutoCAD and Rendering and Design Principles courses to up to 12 students.
  • Instructed the Introduction, Advanced, and 3D concepts of AutoCAD CAE/CAD software.
  • Course also included 3D modeling with AutoCAD Inventor, part modeling and assemblies.
  • Course instructor for Introduction to AutoCAD and AutoCAD Level II courses.
  • Substitute taught in AutoCAD, Rendering and Design Principals classes.
  • Instruct proper use of AutoCAD for the architectural industry.
  • Founded Eastern Virginia AutoCAD User Group (EVAUG.com).
  • Render AutoCAD drawings of storage tanks and tank items.
  • Instructed AutoCAD classes for Level I and II.
  • Instruct and supervise students in using AutoCAD 2004.
  • Computer-Aided Drafting and Design, AutoCAD, Inventor.
  • Contract Based AutoCAD Instructor for Industry.
  • Teach Introduction to AutoCAD and Advanced AutoCAD classes Instruct, assign work and grade up to 20 students per class
  • Teach Building Information Modeling (Revit) and Computer Aided Design (AutoCAD) to Interior Design students.

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47. Overall Course Structure

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Here's how Overall Course Structure is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure; Provided instruction including weekly labs; 2009-Present
  • Developed Syllabus and overall course structure, gave lectures and facilitated class discussions, and graded all written work and exams.
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure, administered all tests and grades College of Lake County, peer nurse tutor 2006
  • Developed overall course structure, syllabus, assignments and tests and projects and lectured and administered all grades for courses.
  • Developed syllabus, overall course structure, and lesson material for both online and classroom based classes.
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure, instructor of Maternal Health and Newborn nursing to ASN students.
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure, including weekly lab practicum, and administered all grades.
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure to include assignments, projects and tests.
  • Develop syllabus and overall course structure for both face-to-face and online courses.
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure for 4-hour, upper-level college course
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure, and administered all grades.
  • Designed syllabus, overall course structure and creative meaningful assignments.
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure and content.
  • Design overall course structures and create assignments.
  • Developed syllabi and overall course structure for three-part college-level English Composition courses, facilitated classes, and administered all grades.
  • Developed syllabi and overall course structure; provided all course instruction and administered all grades
  • Developed syllabi and overall course structure.
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure, and administered grades Evaluated and chose textbook for course based on book rating and content
  • Implemented course syllabus, overall course structure, instructed lecture and lab, exam development, and administered all grades.
  • Developed lesson plans and overall course structure, administered and graded all test] PROFESSIONAL/CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

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48. Accurate Records

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Here's how Accurate Records is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Maintain accurate records of students projects and submit final grade roasters to Division administrator each semester according to established deadlines.
  • Perform classroom instruction per the university guidelines Develop classroom presentations and learning activities Maintain accurate records of attendance and grades
  • Maintained accurate records and reports on activities associated with the educational environment.
  • Maintained confidentiality and accurate records of student academic and attendance performance.
  • Tracked academic performance and maintained accurate records for grading and advancement.
  • Maintained detailed and accurate records of student achievement.
  • Maintained accurate records of student performance.
  • Provided accurate records and timely reporting.
  • Managed learning environment through keeping accurate records, submitting grades and reports on time and enforcing school/ academic and attendance policies.
  • Maintained accurate records of attendance, grades, progress of students, and reported the same to the manager.
  • Maintained accurate records as defined by the North Carolina Community College System including grades, attendance and performance measures.
  • Attend scheduled meetings, keep accurate records, and submit all records when required.
  • Maintain accurate records for University administrators (e.g., verification of attendance).
  • Submit and maintain accurate records of attendance, grades and Student Action Reports.
  • Maintain accurate records of student registration, attendance, and assessment levels.
  • Maintained accurate records (including electronic records) of interactions with students.
  • Keep accurate records and submit all reports and records when required.
  • Keep accurate records, submitting grades and other reports on time.
  • Provide prompt and accurate records of assessments and final grade reports.
  • Maintain accurate records of attendance, scores and student progress.

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49. Timely Feedback

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Here's how Timely Feedback is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Assisted recruitment counselors with retention initiatives and provided timely feedback regarding students' attendance, behavior, and academic scores.
  • Demonstrate consistency and fairness in preparation and evaluation while providing timely feedback to students.
  • Provided timely feedback to students regarding individual progress via objective measures.
  • Evaluated student work constructively and provided timely feedback.
  • Provide relevant and timely feedback on submitted assignments.
  • Provide regular, accurate, and timely feedback to students and the school concerning academics, behavior, attendance, etc.
  • Provision of students with regular and timely feedback as well as assistance to students in achieving completion of their objectives.
  • Demonstrate consistency and fairness in the preparation and grading of exams, and provide timely feedback to students.
  • Supported, advised, and provided timely feedback to students in accordance with Community College policy and procedures.
  • Provide students with timely feedback and keep accurate records of student performance, attendance, and class participation.
  • Facilitate and mentor students through all facets of curriculum program by providing timely feedback and assessments.
  • Provided regular, accurate, and timely feedback to students relative to their performance.
  • Assisted students with homework and research providing regular and timely feedback to students.
  • Provide students with timely feedback regarding their scores and progress in the course.
  • Give each student timely feedback about his/her performance, providing suggestions for improvement.
  • Provide timely feedback on academic progress related to quizzes, tests and projects.
  • Provide timely feedback and grades through KTI's grading and feedback system.
  • Provide timely feedback and grades on weekly discussions and individual assignments.
  • Navigate Blackboard learning management system to give timely feedback and grades.
  • Provided timely feedback for student writing and guidance to improve skills.

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50. Moodle

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Here's how Moodle is used in Adjunct Instructor jobs:
  • Course Development: Initially developing course within WebCT then migrating to Moodle web-based instructional environment.
  • Instruct synchronous lecture-based course in Business Management using the Moodle learning management system.
  • Developed course curricula utilizing the Moodle online classroom program.
  • Designed and managed Learning Management System using Moodle.
  • Completed advanced training in Moodle Learning Management System.
  • Utilized various computer teaching platforms both in the classroom and online: Angel, PB Works, CAMS, and Moodle.
  • Maintained Moodle online classroom tool; designed assignments that involved class collaboration and dialogue both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Utilized online platforms such as Moodle and Blackboard in order to incorporate technological solutions into the classroom.
  • Prepare lectures and projects, draft all examinations, create and maintain on-line materials through Moodle.
  • Teach Introductory Accounting 1 and 2 to online students using Moodle (previously used Blackboard).
  • Use of Moodle to post syllabus, assignments and other materials and to communicate with students.
  • Utilize Moodle system to develop an online component, utilizing a variety of multimedia resources.
  • Maintained regular correspondence via phone, email and Moodle (online course management system).
  • Teach face-to-face and hybrid online (utilizing the Moodle platform) undergraduate and graduate courses.
  • Maintain accurate records of student progress and submit grades to Moodle according to established deadlines.
  • Maintained an online site on Moodle for class as well as taught in the classroom.
  • Utilized Moodle technology to provide up-to date grading and to improve outside classroom participation.
  • Develop and teach several online math courses using Moodle, MyLabsPlus, and WebAssign
  • Integrated technology into the classroom using Moodle, PowerPoint, and electronic handouts.
  • Skilled in Diploma, Moodle, PowerPoint, and Scholar programs.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Adjunct Instructor

Classroom Management20.3%
Curriculum Development13.5%
Online Courses8.9%
Undergraduate Courses8.4%
Course Materials5.5%
Lesson Plans5%
Student Learning4%
Mathematics3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Adjunct Instructor

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
15.8%
15.8%
2
2
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
10.6%
10.6%
3
3
Online Courses
Online Courses
6.9%
6.9%
4
4
Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
6.5%
6.5%
5
5
Course Materials
Course Materials
4.3%
4.3%
6
6
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
3.9%
3.9%
7
7
Student Learning
Student Learning
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Mathematics
Mathematics
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
Psychology
Psychology
2.9%
2.9%
10
10
Course Syllabus
Course Syllabus
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
Principles
Principles
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Blackboard
Blackboard
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Topics
Topics
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Ethics
Ethics
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Theory
Theory
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Sociology
Sociology
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Anatomy
Anatomy
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Biology
Biology
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Physiology
Physiology
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Literature
Literature
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Organizational Behavior
Organizational Behavior
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Intro
Intro
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Student Records
Student Records
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Computer Applications
Computer Applications
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Seminar
Seminar
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Office Hours
Office Hours
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Internet
Internet
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Healthcare
Healthcare
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Adult Learners
Adult Learners
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Photoshop
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Subject Matter
Subject Matter
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Database
Database
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Philosophy
Philosophy
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Information Technology
Information Technology
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
ESL
ESL
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Economics
Economics
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Suite
Suite
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Business Management
Business Management
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Business Law
Business Law
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Autocad
Autocad
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Overall Course Structure
Overall Course Structure
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Accurate Records
Accurate Records
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Timely Feedback
Timely Feedback
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Moodle
Moodle
0.3%
0.3%

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