Review: Universal Class is out from Florida. You must have a college degree accredited by an agency recognized by the Department of Education, with an additional 2 year MA degree is recommended as well as advanced post-graduate work. Universal Class requires to have a Teacher Certification, and/or a minimum of 3 years college. You must have four to six years or more of prior teaching experience online or in the field. You must be a computer literate and extremely familiar with online technologies, and they also recommend that you can type at least 30 words per minute.
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- Four years (BA) college degree accredited by an agency recognized by the Department of Education (an additional 2 year MA degree is recommended as well as advanced post-graduate work).
- Teacher certification is recommended and/or a minimum of 3 years college/or with teaching experience.
- Four to Six years (or more) work experience (outside of school) in the area of interest being instructed.
- Excellent use of the English language, excellent writing skills (correspondence through email is an essential component; we also recommend that you can type at least 30 wpm).
- Must be computer literate and extremely familiar with online technologies. Must be adept at word processing, email, search engines, and web browsing.
- Online teaching experience is recommended but not required.
- Creating HD (or 4K) video discussions and tutorials.
- Reviewing/editing/updating course curriculum regularly to ensure it is up to date and accurate.
- Perform any related tasks to improve the nature, experience, and delivery of online courses where appropriate.
- Maintaining class netlinks to ensure availability, accuracy, and relevance.
- Responding to student emails, questions, and comments within 1 business day.
- Grading and providing quality feedback to students’ assignment submissions within 2 business days.
- Providing detailed progress reports and assessments of student activities within 2 business days of the activity when appropriate.
- Communicating with Universal Class staff concerning any problems or potential problems with students.
- Following additional job requirements and expected code of conduct as outlined in the Instructor Handbook.
Some non-academic/non-technical subjects (such as Craft and Hobby courses) require more personal experience and less traditional modes of education. If you are interested in developing a non-academic course and have acquired other credentials and personal expertise then please submit an application and we’ll review your body of work and see if it’s a good match for our service offerings.