The application link for Master Teachers can be found here.
If accepted, you will attend a training session from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM at our office in Hampton VA on November 30, 2018. You will be assigned approximately 30-35 students to your group. Your responsibilities will include evaluating and assessing student assignments and providing quality and timely feedback through the Moodle system. Grading matrices are given to provide guidelines on how to grade the assignments. Grades must be input within one week of the students’ assignment submission due date.
The answer depends on whether you are a seasoned veteran or new to the program. There is a bit of a learning curve because you must learn to navigate around the course management software, Moodle. You also will be learning the content along with the students. There are seven modules of assignments for the online course, as well as a final project due in April. The modules are due every two weeks, with three weeks between the final module and the due date of the final project. Some assignments are more detailed than others to assess. Plan on an outlay of ten hours every two weeks if this is your first time as a Master Teacher.
No. We encourage any professional teaching a STEM-related course to apply. We give you a detailed answer/explanation key for the math problems, rubrics for the essays, and answers for the online labs.