The School of Education is seeking a Lecturer to teach Videogames and Learning. The selected candidate will meet with Professor Chris Quintana to become familiar with the course on Videogames and Learning. Teach the class following the syllabus used by Professors Fishman and Quintana (http://www.soe.umich.edu/academics/courses/EDUC_333/). The course enrolls 75 undergraduates and has a .5 GSI who has already been hired and will have experience assisting the class during the Fall.
Doctorate in Learning Technologies or neighboring field.
Experience teaching undergraduates.
The class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30-12:00.
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