What subjects do you teach?

Discussion in 'Online & DL Teaching' started by mcjon77, Jul 14, 2010.

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  1. mcjon77

    mcjon77 Member

    Hi guys,

    For those of you that are teaching/have taught online, what subjects do you teach? Also, are you considering expanding into new subject areas?

    Thanks
    Jon
     
  2. teacher2000

    teacher2000 New Member

    I taught Research in Reading and Arithmetic for Elementary Teachers.
     
  3. cdhale

    cdhale Member

    I teach (or have taught) various English courses, from a developmental English course, freshman comp - both semesters, intro to lit, argument and persuasion, to tech/business writing.

    I don't expect to expand to another subject field, but if I DO get PhD, then I will expand the courses, I suppose.
     
  4. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator Staff Member

    I have taught computer classes and a business class. I plan to expand to marketing, healthcare admin, and possibily finance.
     
  5. me again

    me again Well-Known Member

    CJ Foundations, Community Policing, Security and Loss Prevention, Criminal Investigations, Crime Prevention, Law Enforcement Systems, Criminology.

    Anything in the CJ field is fine.
     
  6. Anthony Pina

    Anthony Pina Active Member

    Courses that I have taught online include different levels of instructional design, educational technology, corporate training, human resource development, technology for educational leaders, web development, intro to research design, and prior learning assessment.
     
  7. Tireman 44444

    Tireman 44444 Well-Known Member

  8. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly Staff Member

    I design and teach Associate's degree level IT courses, specifically in web page development and comparative operating systems. I'm happy with that and have no plans to expand.

    -=Steve=-
     
  9. mbaonline

    mbaonline New Member

    Economics and Finance
     
  10. truckie270

    truckie270 New Member

    Emergency management, homeland security, fire science/administration, public administration, and general management.
     
  11. siersema

    siersema Member

    Has the fact that your grad degree isn't in IT been an issue for you?
     
  12. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly Staff Member

    No, it hasn't. In fact, I started before I'd completed the degree, although I had a BS with an Information Systems concentration, so I was already demonstrably qualified to handle lower division IT courses.

    These things are rules of thumb, not laws of nature.

    -=Steve=-
     
  13. siersema

    siersema Member

    Thanks for the insight. My only experience teaching has been for some CompTIA certs (offline) and the organizations can make up the rules for that stuff as they go along.
     
  14. JeepNerd

    JeepNerd New Member

    Accounting (Introduction, Intermediates, Advanced, etc), Accounting Information Systems and Accounting-Fraud Examination. All of those were online.

    Some Accounting and LOTS of Finance courses were taught locally in a B&M evening degree program.

    I was really considering "Leadership" and was looking at a local PhD in Leadership but the stars are not aligning for that. Most likely I will end up working towards my doctorate in Accounting since that is what I know best!
     
  15. kbchow

    kbchow New Member

    I've taught intro psych, personality, statistics, and research methods.
    I'm teaching Statistics for Criminal Justice online, although I've never had graduate work in Criminal Justice or Sociology... stats is stats :)
     
  16. Aberdonian

    Aberdonian New Member

    I teach English comp. and Religious studies.
     

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