The online Ed.D. Educational Psychology and Technology program is designed to educate students to be practitioners who apply educational and psychological theories to practice, and conduct research to inform practice. This “Professional Practice Doctoral program” emphasizes preparing students to develop and conduct evidenced-based practice.
Graduates will be agents of change: not only understanding how people and/or organizations learn but using appropriate technology to improve individual learning outcomes and/or support organizational productivity and sustainability.
The Chicago School is currently seeking qualified individuals to develop and/or teach in the following areas at our Online Campus:
Acti o n Research a nd Evaluation
The T heory and P r ofession of Education a l Tech n olo g y
Cogn i t ion A cross t h e Li f esp a n and T ech n ology’s I m p ac t
Ethics and S t and a r ds in Edu c a tional Psy c hology and Technology
Cultu r e’s Place in Learning a n d Technol o gy
E m er g ing Organ i z atio na l Str u ctures and I nfor m a tion Networks
Theo r i es, Models and Practi c e s in Organ i zational Le a r ning and T echnology
Train i ng and De v elopment in Orga n i zati o ns
Teac h i ng with T e chnology in Higher Educ atio n
Uses of Technol o gy in Curri cu lum Deve l o p m en t i n H igher Edu c a tio n
Onli n e Learning D esign and Practice
Teac h ers a n d Te c hnology Ba s ed Changes
K-12 Education a nd I m pact o f Tech n olo g y
I m pr o v e m en t an d Sustainability of Onli n e Education i n K-12 Sy s te m s
Online courses at The Chicago School are taught through the Canvas learning management system. All new adjunct faculty members in Online-Blended Programs will participate in our 7-week Teaching Online Pedagogy and Standards (TOPS) course, which covers best practices and new developments in online teaching and learning. The Educational Psychology and Technology Department will provide course syllabi and recommended textbooks for each course taught.
Adjunct Faculty agrees to undertake and perform, to the highest professional standards, certain duties and responsibilities that include, but are not limited to, the following:
Engage students in Educational Psychology and Technology curriculum through discussion and assignments as outlined in the course syllabi
Provide students substantive feedback in a timely manner.
Respond to student questions and concerns.
Provide supplemental material as needed.
Attend all mandatory faculty development and training sessions including new adjunct faculty orientation;
Asses student learning in accordance to the School practices
Doctoral degree in related field
Teaching experience (3 years preferred)
Exemplary professional experience
Educational Psychology and Technology related research experience (preferred)
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology offers a generous compensation and benefits package, as well as the opportunity to work for a leader in the field of education. Some of our key benefits include: generous paid time-off, medical and dental coverage, company-paid life and disability insurance, retirement plan with employer contribution, multiple flexible spending accounts (FSA), tuition reimbursement, professional development, and regular employee appreciation events.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology