Lecturer, Part-Time Temporary, Physical Therapy Department DPT 6610 Human Anatomy (Spring 2023)
Location: Waco, Texas
Internal Number: 3301066
Lecturer, Part-Time Temporary, Physical Therapy Department DPT 6610 Human Anatomy (Spring 2023) Physical Therapy
Location: Waco, Texas Open Date: Aug 01, 2022 Deadline: Dec 31, 2022 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
Description: Adjunct Faculty Role: Adjunct Faculty are essential for curricular delivery in the Baylor Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. This is primarily achieved during onsite lab immersions but may also be conducted via synchronous or asynchronous teaching and learning activities. Each adjunct faculty brings essential knowledge, skills, and contemporary expertise to their course(s). Adjunct Faculty demonstrate competence in teaching and implementing strategies for student success by delivering assigned courses/objectives in a manner that facilitates student learning and mastery of course material.
Primary Functions: Teaching is the primary responsibility of Adjunct Faculty. The functions of adjunct faculty may include some or all of the following, as well as other duties as assigned by their lead faculty, depending on the terms and conditions of their appointment:
Teach assigned course material and complete associated tasks in accordance with the Program's approved course description(s) and competency-based student learning outcomes.
Meet deadlines and follow directions of the lead course faculty, Program and Department leadership, and the Dean/Associate Dean of the College.
Demonstrate a command of the discipline and skill in effective instructional delivery.
Maintain accurate and complete records of student participation and performance, use appropriate measures to evaluate student performance based on established student learning outcomes, provide timely feedback to students and assign grades that are an accurate and fair evaluation of student work.
Complete assigned grading and other required documentation in a timely manner.
Collaborate with lead course instructor (or Assistant Program Director if you are in a course lead role) to identify and address student issues as appropriate.
Adhere to professional and ethical standards of conduct as outlined by Baylor University, the APTA, and within the DPT program faculty handbook.
Maintain current professional certification and licensure within the specific discipline.
Maintain professional practice knowledge base and clinical expertise needed to prepare learners for contemporary physical therapy practice.
Promote professionalism by modeling and encouraging professional behaviors inside and outside the educational setting.
Assist in all course related activities and complete other duties as assigned by the lead course instructor(s)
Secondary Functions: These expectations do not apply to all adjunct faculty positions:
When assigned, plan and deliver individual classes via distance education or face to face lab instruction that conform to the syllabus and other requirements of the University.
Develop course activities that meet the established learning objectives and course description.
Participate in course, curriculum, and program assessment activities.
Adhere to the academic schedule, which includes synchronous course schedules, exams, and other program-related testing.
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications:
Licensed Physical Therapist in good standing in Texas or their state of residence with a corresponding Physical Therapy Degree from an accredited institution.
Bachelors in Physical Therapy and Masters in Physical Therapy will be considered for this position.
Demonstrated teaching and clinical competence, per cover letter and/or CV, which relates to the course(s) one is submitting for adjunct faculty consideration.
Exhibited evidence of continued professional growth and development.
Earned Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (or tDPT) or terminal doctoral degree (PhD, EdD, DSc, etc) from an accredited university.
Specialty certification within the area of requested adjunct faculty teaching.
The application must include a curriculum vitae*, and transcripts. Electronic (PDF) copies of all application materials are required.
Please go to https://www.baylor.edu/dpt/index.php?id=980777 to get answers to many commonly asked questions and to learn more about the Baylor DPT program. You can also directly apply on that website if any opportunities meet your desires.
For questions not addressed on the website please contact Teresa Bachman (Teresa_Bachman@baylor.edu).
* Due to CAPTE Accreditation requirements, all CVs must be in a specific format. Please download the template from this link to create your CV.
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