K-12 Financial Literacy Subject Matter Expert
DMMSI is working with our partners to bring education into the 21st century. We will be leveling the playing field and bringing academic equity back to education. We are going to be combining rigorous state aligned lessons with immersive 3D technologies and gaming to include the power of interactive courses, 3D hands-on lab simulations, and course walk-throughs. Content will be in a Virtual Reality Ready (WebVR) learning environment that will “wow” and engage students. Students begin to learn with a new method of storytelling while being in the middle of their own learning environment. Visit a demo our our learning environment at: https://app.learnbrite.com/scenario_2.8/?spaceId=spceec5414139e32f02cc22db
Students are not the only ones in need of a step up in educational resources. Teachers need to be taught the latest technologies, mentored on how to incorporate technologies into their daily teaching, and trained on how to teach courses that are outside of their trained subjects so they can teach them to students. You will also be in charge of helping the design team create ‘Train The Teacher’ sections for all lessons. We will provide the resources and courses to ensure teachers are trained to teach the classes they are given.
We are looking for a K-12 Financial Literacy Subject Matter Expert to help us create our new product. This position reports to the Project Manager.
Type: Full Time 1099 Contractor
Salary: $57,375.00 a year
Contract: 3-5 Years
This position requires one to be innovative enough to turn educational content into games, video animations and 3D simulations. You must also be technology savvy. If you are not, this position is not for you.
In addition to submitting a resume and a standard cover letter, you MUST answer the following questions at the bottom of your cover letter:
What are your views of our current public education system? What should be done to improve it?
What resources are you able to provide to the project from a subject matter expertise standpoint?
In your own words how does the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) help maintain high standards and goals for every learner? What is your experience incorporating UDL in instructional design?
How would incorporating parents back into their child's education benefit the student?
What is your philosophy for education?
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Utilize your expertise in learning to determine the best method of delivering the content based on the learner. (Must understand the 4 learning types)
Assist the leading of the team in designing and writing a complete K-12 curriculum that aligns with all each State's Education Standards
Assist the leading of the team in designing and writing eLearning course materials that are functional, intuitive, informative, accurate and consistent with sound instructional design principles focused on K-12 education from the K-12 curriculum your team has written.
Assist the leading of the team in designing and writing ‘Train The Teacher’ sections for all lessons.
Assist the leading of the team in developing templates for various course models.
Collaborate with the development team.
Add substance to outlines and storyboards.
Ensure that content is accurate.
Answer questions that arise about the content area.
Must possess strong proofreading and editing skills.
Provide thorough and detailed quality assurance of all course material.
Good sense of aesthetics = designs interactive features that are visually appealing and support learner’s understanding of content.
Strong background in Universal Design for Learning concepts, ADA compliance and web accessibility along with assistive learning technologies.
Develop course materials using presentation software compatible with LMS, Adobe Creative Suite, Articulate 360, and/or Vyond. TRAINING PROVIDED
Experience creating & editing voice overs using Audition/ Audacity or like tool; experience using SnagIt (version 13 or newer) or like tool for screenshots. TRAINING PROVIDED
REQUIRED BEST PRACTICES:
Must be flexible: The work environment of a development project is fluid. Deadlines shift, meetings are canceled, team members leave, client requirements change, deliverables require revision, and so on.
Demonstrates self-reliance by meeting/exceeding workflow needs.
Completes assigned duties based on daily business needs and individual skill set.
Consistently produces a high volume of quality work. Capable, and adapts as needed, to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
Effectively manage time and multiple tasks.
Participate in a team-oriented environment.