The Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Instructor is responsible for providing quality instruction to students that meet the program and course objectives. The DMS Instructor should maintain an organized, disciplined classroom environment that is conducive to learning and imparts the requirements of the relevant workplace setting to existing students.
Full-time and adjunct instructor positions available at the Ontario and Riverside Campus.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Knowledge of Subject Matter
Maintain knowledge of the subject matter in the field(s) or appointment and create learning experiences to make the subject matter meaningful to students
Prepare students for an entry-level position in their industry of choice
Continuously relate relevancy of all classes within curriculum to current module being taught
Provide to students a course syllabus and day-by-day schedule on the first day of class that identifies the goals and objectives of the class, the teaching and evaluation methods, and the information and assignments that will be covered in the course
Introduce the plans and objectives for the class each day
Provide diversified learning experiences for all students to accommodate the different learning styles of the students
Create a comfortable, healthy and positive classroom environment
Use an understanding of individuals and group motivation and behavior to create a learning environment that encourages positive social interaction engagement in learning and self-motivation (e.g. be aware of adult learning methods)
Use effective speaking, explaining and questioning techniques
Use effective methods for delivery of instruction: