Adjunct Faculty - Educational Technology (UL II)
Adjunct Faculty - Educational Technology (UL II) College of Health Sciences Bryan College of Health Sciences, Lincoln, NE - Lincoln, NE

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ARTS101: ART THERAPY 3 semester hours
Course Description : This course provides an introduction to the field of Art Therapy, including the history of this discipline within healthcare and its applications for mental health, special education, rehabilitation, and other populations. (Prerequisite: none)

This course will be offered Summer 2013. May 6 - June 3. Class time Mon, Wed, and Friday, 9am to 11:50 am.

Adjunct Faculty appointments are made for specified courses and for a specified term or terms as needed.

The Adjunct Faculty of the College of Health Sciences demonstrates implementation of the mission, vision, goals and values of the College as well as the philosophy of the division in which he/she is assigned.

The Adjunct Faculty is responsible for development, planning, implementation and evaluation of the theoretical and clinical components of assigned courses. Demonstrates the ability to teach in individual, small and large group settings and functions under the direction of the Dean of the program. Participates in ongoing systematic evaluation activities as assigned.

Responsibilities: plans, implements, and evaluates activities according to College policies, course credits, course objectives and available resources; relates professionally to colleagues and serves in faculty roles of advisor, mentor, role model, advocate, facilitator, and competent educator; utilizes instructional methods which promote student development of critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making and lifelong learning; conveys knowledge and principles of the field of study clearly and concisely in the educational setting; manages the educational environment to facilitate an optimal learning experience; and initiates communication about concerns or problems with appropriate personnel.

Qualification: Master's degree in healthcare or education field required. Previous teaching experience preferred.