Centre for Teaching and Learning

Centre for Teaching and Learning
Centre for Teaching and Learning

Closing dates: November 22, 2017

POSITION TITLE: Educational Developer

The Centre for Teaching and Learning offers comprehensive programs and services to meet the educational development needs of the Queen’s community. Services include individual, departmental, faculty-wide and institutional consultations on all aspects of the educational processes at the university level, as well as support for online, blended and face-to-face curriculum and course design, assessment and instructional strategies, active learning spaces, online learning, and educational technologies for all educators, including graduate students. The Centre also provides leadership, guidance and capacity building programming for educational support professionals across campus.

Reporting to the Director, the Educational Developer is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating programs and services to support the professional teaching development of Teaching Assistants, Graduate Students, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Faculty Members and educational support professionals. Responsibilities include collaborations and consultations with faculties and academic units to offer discipline-specific programs in online, blended and face-to-face settings, the coordination and delivery of centralized programs offered through the Centre for Teaching and Learning, and the promotion and implementation of the scholarship of teaching and learning. The incumbent also participates as a member of a variety of priority-setting and decision-making educational committees at an institutional level.

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POSITION TITLE: Educational Developer (Indigenous Curriculum and Ways of Knowing)

The Centre for Teaching and Learning offers comprehensive programs and services to meet the educational development needs of the Queen’s community. Services include individual, departmental, faculty-wide and institutional consultations on all aspects of the educational processes at the university level, as well as support for online, blended and face-to-face curriculum and course design, assessment and instructional strategies, active learning spaces, online learning, and educational technologies for all educators, including graduate students. The Centre also provides leadership, guidance and capacity building programming for educational support professionals across campus.

Reporting to the Director, the Educational Developer (Indigenous Curriculum and Ways of Knowing) will be responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating programs and services to support the professional teaching development of Teaching Assistants, Graduate Students, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Faculty Members and educational support professionals in integrating Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing into courses and programs. Responsibilities include the development and delivery of professional teaching development programming on Indigenous knowledge, ways of knowing, and anti-colonial training at the individual, unit, Department and Faculty levels. The incumbent will also facilitate consultations with educators and educational support professionals to build capacity and provide leadership in the area of Indigenous curriculum development, including Indigenous knowledge, ways of knowing and Indigenous pedagogies across the university.

The incumbent will have a dotted reporting relationship to the Director of Indigenous Initiatives, who will provide guidance in identifying and addressing programming priorities. The incumbent will establish and maintain a close working relationship with the Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre and other Indigenous support professionals on campus. Working in collaboration with other members of the CTL staff, the incumbent will develop resources and materials to support Queen’s educators’ knowledge of Indigenous curriculum, ways of knowing and pedagogical practices.

The incumbent will also participate as a member of a variety of priority-setting and decision-making educational committees to provide advice on issues of Indigenous curriculum, ways of knowing and Indigenous pedagogies.

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