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Online Lectures for UN Academy of Somalia's Master Programs

United Nations Association of Somalia

15 Jun 2020 This opportunity is no longer available Share
15 Jun 2020 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
The Online lecturers’ tasks are: • To be available 2-4 hours a week. • Assist in lecture planning, preparation and research. • Contribute to design, prepare and develop courses and teaching materials • contact and teaching time with students. • checking and assessing students' work. • To participate in the development, administration and marking of exams and other assessments.
Teaching and training
Other educational, teaching or training experience
Your Volunteering and services will enable UNASOM to achieve its basic objects which are: To stimulate the Association’s members and the public in general to support the principles and goals of the UN; To plead for peace maintenance, respect for human rights and freedoms, environmental protection, equal cooperation among nations and countries and for sustainable development and progress in the world, and to promote Somalia’s image in the world; To promote tolerance, understanding, solidarity and cooperation among all peoples in the world, regardless of their race, gender, nationality, religion or political orientation; To stimulate research, information and education about international affairs and the UN system’s work; To contribute to getting familiar with the UN system and the work of the UN centres in the world, as well as with UN member countries and world natural and cultural heritage; To work in co-operation with all national and international organizations/groups to ensure economic, social and cultural justice, for equality between men and women.
Volunteers: 21 needed
1-5 hours per week / 12 weeks
Volunteers are required to have a minimum of a Master’s degree in the related fields preferably previous teaching experience. The lecturer needs to be able to translate traditional course material to students in ways that are understood in the online environment. Computer skills, as well as familiarity with online course platforms, are vital. Online lecturers are expected to be able to promptly answer students’ questions through emails and other online messaging platforms.

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