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Kinesiology/Biomechanics

Primary Responsibilities:

 

The graduate fellow has the primary teaching responsibility for Kinesiology/Biomechanics laboratory classes (4 sections of 20 students).  Responsibilities include instructing four 1 hour 50 minute laboratory sections, each with 20 students, grading weekly laboratory reports, developing and grading weekly quizzes. The fellow will also work with supervising faculty to develop laboratory content including laboratory experiences/activities, developing grading rubrics, and creating laboratory questions and quizzes. The fellow must have a strong knowledge in musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology as well as physics and kinesiology/biomechanics in order to instruct laboratory sessions and grade associated laboratory reports and quizzes. Experience with laboratory equipment such as force plate, EMG, goniometry, anthropometry, Dartfish is preferred.  Fellow will be responsible for managing laboratory materials on the classroom electronic platform (Moodle), including posting laboratory documents, online quizzes, and gradebook. The fellow will be required to hold regular office hours to support student learning by providing feedback and tutoring for laboratory and lecture aspects of the course. Additionally, the fellow will assist supervising faculty member conducting research in the area of exercise science. This may include recruitment of subjects, conducting testing sessions, and developing presentation materials.

 

Secondary Responsibilities: 

Secondary responsibilities can include administrative tasks.  However these tasks cannot constitute the majority of the responsibilities of the fellow (generally not to exceed 35 or 40 percent).  Duties can include:

 

Administrative responsibilities will involve the management of the laboratory course electronic platform (Moodle) including posting of laboratory activity materials, assignments, online quiz management, and gradebook. The fellow will assist faculty member with administrative duties associated with research, such as managing email recruitment of subjects, scheduling of subjects, data collection and entry. 


Fellowship Required Qualifications

Primary Responsibilities:

 

The graduate fellow has the primary teaching responsibility for Kinesiology/Biomechanics laboratory classes (4 sections of 20 students).  Responsibilities include instructing four 1 hour 50 minute laboratory sections, each with 20 students, grading weekly laboratory reports, developing and grading weekly quizzes. The fellow will also work with supervising faculty to develop laboratory content including laboratory experiences/activities, developing grading rubrics, and creating laboratory questions and quizzes. The fellow must have a strong knowledge in musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology as well as physics and kinesiology/biomechanics in order to instruct laboratory sessions and grade associated laboratory reports and quizzes. Experience with laboratory equipment such as force plate, EMG, goniometry, anthropometry, Dartfish is preferred.  Fellow will be responsible for managing laboratory materials on the classroom electronic platform (Moodle), including posting laboratory documents, online quizzes, and gradebook. The fellow will be required to hold regular office hours to support student learning by providing feedback and tutoring for laboratory and lecture aspects of the course. Additionally, the fellow will assist supervising faculty member conducting research in the area of exercise science. This may include recruitment of subjects, conducting testing sessions, and developing presentation materials.

 

Secondary Responsibilities: 

Secondary responsibilities can include administrative tasks.  However these tasks cannot constitute the majority of the responsibilities of the fellow (generally not to exceed 35 or 40 percent).  Duties can include:

 

Administrative responsibilities will involve the management of the laboratory course electronic platform (Moodle) including posting of laboratory activity materials, assignments, online quiz management, and gradebook. The fellow will assist faculty member with administrative duties associated with research, such as managing email recruitment of subjects, scheduling of subjects, data collection and entry.