Engineering Innovation is based on an introductory engineering course taught to undeclared freshmen engineering students at JHU. EEI covers a range of fundamental engineering topics including materials science, computer science, civil, mechanical, and chemical engineering. The course includes lectures but focuses on hands-on lab experiments and group data analysis. Graded coursework includes lab reports, homework assignments, a group presentation, and a design project. Students have the opportunity to earn three credits from Johns Hopkins University. Ultimately, the goal of the course is to expose students to engineering principles, allow them to apply the math and science they learn in high school to solving real world problems, and to help students develop critical thinking skills.
Each class of EEI consists of 16-24 students with diverse academic backgrounds. Each class is team-taught by a PhD-level engineer and a high school teacher who teaches a STEM discipline. Select sections of EEI also have assigned to them a Teaching Assistant (TA). We are seeking a Teaching Assistant - EEI In-Person who will support the teaching efforts of the Instructor and Teaching Fellow.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Must be present and available during the entire course.
Must be prepared to spend time independently to review course materials and complete the online training program prior to the first day of the course.
Must work with the Instructor and Teaching Fellow to develop a sense of community for the high school students participating in the class.
Will work with the Instructor and Teaching Fellow to answer student questions during in-class activities.
Will assist with grading homework. They must ensure that students receive their graded assigned work promptly – within 1-2 days of the assignment due date – and provide detailed feedback to students so that they are able to learn from the activity and improve their future performance.
May be asked to hold study sessions to assist students and their understanding of lectures, labs, assignments, and projects.
Must ensure that child safety protocols are upheld.
Special Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Must have knowledge of Trigonometry, Algebra 2, and Physics.
Technical Qualifications or Specialized Certifications
Familiarity with Canvas or similar LMS.
Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams.
Proficient with Zoom or similar video conferencing software.
Access to remote/virtual work environment for training prior to course.
Physical presence required during the course.
High School Student
Must have completed the Explore Engineering Innovation course (formerly called Engineering Innovation) and earned a B or higher grade.
Availability to teach July 1 to July 26, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A few of our sites operate on a different schedule. Please check visit website (http://ei.jhu.edu/locations/) for site-specific dates and times.
Availability to participate in pre-course training is required.
Must be punctual, have a positive attitude, and treat students with respect.
Must also be able to effectively communicate both orally and in writing. A strong understanding of general engineering principles is preferred.
Must have a positive attitude and generate enthusiasm for engineering in the classroom.
Classified Title: Tutorial Assistant Job Posting Title (Working Title): Teaching Assistant - EEI In-Person Role/Level/Range: ACRO37.5/02/CC Starting Salary Range: Min $15.50 - Max $26.00 HRLY ($750.00 targeted; Commensurate with experience) Employee group: Casual / On Call Schedule: Course runs July 1 to July 26, 2023, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for most locations. There will be training and preparation required ahead of the first day of class and course close-out after the course ends Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: Homewood Campus Department name: CEO Instructors and Students Personnel area: Whiting School of Engineering
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