Content Area Expert- Health
An expert is a specialist in a specific content area and is in
charge of running, communities and creating accredited projects
and learning opportunities for any researcher that expresses an
interest in their area of expertise.
Experts must be highly qualified under NCLB and have state
Experts are to provide easily accessible topics of interest for
researchers to explore within their community that align to
state content expectations.
Experts are expected to produce work using a variety of media
in a way that is both proactive and reactive to researchers'
Experts are expected to work collaboratively and in teams where
Experts must comply with any and all directives pertaining to
job performance and duties.
Researchers should be encouraged and supported in accessing
experts and in participating in expert communities by their
mentors and by
expert in turn will encourage the researcher to work
independently whilst keeping their mentor informed of their
activities and communications with researchers.
Experts are required to be supportive and share their expertise
with mentors to help facilitate researcher learning.
Required Skills and Knowledge
Knowledge of and professional qualification in their area of
Good online communication using a range of multimedia
Ability to develop activities to ensure success for individual
researchers • Assessment and accreditation skills • Computer
literate with an ability to build web based resources
Report writing and development plan writing skills
Update, develop, and participate in learning
Facilitate learning through working with mentors, other experts
Develop multimedia learning materials appropriate to researcher
interests and needs
Log on daily and spread out expert work over a 7 day week
throughout the year
Attend curriculum meetings and training as required
Follow all reporting requirements
Keep updated on accreditation developments in their own, and
other, subject areas
Evaluate learning artifacts that display multi-forms of