The Drake University Applied Behavior Analysis program in the Psychology and Neuroscience Department invites applications for an adjunct instructor position. This position will be responsible for teaching an on campus, three credit graduate section of ABA 262: Principles of Behavior Analysis. The successful candidate will teach one section in the fall of 2021. While the course content and format have already been developed, the instructor is expected to make any necessary adjustments for maximum effectiveness. The instructor is responsible for facilitating course activities and project as well as grading all related coursework. This course is required of all students completing a Master's degree or Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis.
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