There are a few classes that we are required to offer so if you would like to teach but aren't sure what to offer you may want to apply and submit these classes for proposal:
Kickboxing, Scrapbooking, Sociology of the Simpsons, Comic Book Literature, Digital Photography, Clay Art, Drawing, Gardening, Fishing, Journalism, Harry Potter, Serial Killers, Sociology, Criminology, Chess, European Board Gaming, Video Editing, Hunger Games, Military History, Doll Making, Jewelry Making, Watercolor, Painting, Lithographing, Animal Care, CSI Detectives, Guitar, Choir, Singing, Banjo, Folklore, Arabic, Martial Arts, Quilting, Horror Literature, and sooooooooooo many more!
Please note these are class times and not all required work hours. There is also a mandatory faculty meeting that is held at 1:00pm every Wednesday during the Summer Academy and additional training and orientation hours.
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Afternoon Elective Instructors will teach elective classes to area high school students within a 16 county region on the campus of Morehead State University. Elective class size ranges from 10-20 students.
Class proposals for music, photography, physical education, drama, humanities, foreign language, journalism, scientific research, ACT Prep, career planning, college prep, martial arts, computer science, and other forms of elective classes are sought.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Primary responsibility is instruction in the assigned discipline. Additional duties include mentoring students; developing and executing approved lesson plans, and completion of other paperwork by assigned deadlines.
Afternoon Elective Instructors are expected to teach anywhere from 1 to 3 hours per day, Monday through Thursday (depending on the number of electives they are teaching), for four weeks with additional mandatory training prior to the Summer Academy and additional work hours during the 4 weeks. The beginning salary for Afternoon Elective Instructors is $600 per elective offered with the opportunity to earn up to $1800 for teaching three elective classes per day Monday through Thursday.
Summer Academy dates for instructors are: June 12, 2017 through July 7, 2017.
Mandatory training: May 2, 2017.
Applicants must hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Must be organized as well as possess good oral and written communication skills. Must be able to meet deadlines. Must have a strong knowledge base in the subject they are teaching and the ability to present that knowledge to high school students in a hands-on learning environment.
Additional Desirable Qualifications:
Teaching experience and/or experience working with teenagers is preferred but not required.