Facilitates student learning by delivering assigned classes in accordance with College policy and course objectives.
Makes optimal use of available technology to enhance instructional methods.
Develops/maintains course outlines, syllabi, lesson plans, assignments, tests, and materials. Maintains accurate student records, grades, and other requirements.
Engages with students in meaningful and productive ways that impact student learning and leads to a positive experience with Ivy Tech Community College, shows evidence of developing and implementing active classroom teaching strategies focused on engaging students with their learning (curricular).
Interacts with students and co-workers in a professional and cooperative manner, complies with College policies, campus guidelines and expectations.
Ensures knowledge of and implements emergency and safety procedures for classrooms, labs and all learning environments.
This is not to be construed as an exhaustive list. Other duties logically associated with this position may be assigned. All responsibilities will be conducted within the parameters of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), other applicable regulatory requirements, and professional standards.
Must have strong working knowledge of current technologies appropriate to area of instruction. A qualified faculty member in criminal justice meets both of the following criteria:
1. Possesses an earned baccalaureate or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in criminology, criminal justice, law enforcement, social work, sociology, or human services, behavioral sciences, or other related fields (e.g. earned Juris Doctor degree), and
2. Possesses one of the following:
Professional certification in the field, or
Two years of directly related work experience, or
Completed academic preparation appropriate to the program
CRIM 110, 111, 112, 113, 117, 130, 171, 204, 210, 215, 231, 255 Course Standard:
A qualified faculty member teaching CRIM 110, 111, 112, 113, 117, 130, 171, 204, 210, 215, 231, and 255 meets the Criminal Justice program standard or both of the following criteria:
Possesses an earned associate or higher degree, and has five years of directly related work experience.