The Educator/Curriculum Developer is responsible for providing instruction in Southwestern
archaeology, anthropology, environmental studies, and ecology to children (ages 10 to 18) and adults
enrolled in the Center’s education programs. Additional responsibilities include assisting with the
development, revision, and evaluation of education programs; developing grant proposals; writing articles
for publication; presenting workshops at professional conferences; and assisting with the development
and coordination of on-campus workshops.
Education and/or Experience:
Master’s degree (M.A. or M.S.) or higher and two to four years’ experience in curriculum development,
STEM education and curricula, experiential education, program evaluation, educational technology, and
distance learning, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of American Indian
cultures is highly desirable.
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