Math Curriculum Specialist Overview

What does a Math Curriculum Specialist do?

As an Instructional Designer you will create learning environments and experiences. Perform analysis to perform the requirements and specifications. You may be asked to enable learning by creating supportive environments which includes online community management, promoting collaboration and discussion through social media technologies and teaching experts how to generate and share your own content.

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree in educational technology or a related field and hold a state educator or administrator's license. You will have a minimum of 3 years using course authoring tools and proficiency with various LMS systems and experience teaching K-12. You will have excellent written and oral communication skills and an understanding of varied learning styles. You must have familiarity with website design, video technology and editing and knowledge of assessment and evaluation methods.

What responsibilities are common for Math Curriculum Specialist jobs?
  • Develop and edit online learning material and content
  • Assess learning needs
  • Analyze existing instructional material
  • Develop and design online material and assessment tools
  • Oversee implementation of online learning programs
  • Train educators and students to use online learning system
  • Troubleshoot technical problems via reported user issues
  • Maintain currency in the field of online learning
What are the typical qualifications for Math Curriculum Specialist jobs?
  • Master's degree in educational technology or related field, preferred
  • State Educator or Administrator license, preferred
  • 3+ years of experience using course authoring tools
  • Proficiency with Blackboard, Canvas, Camtasia, Captivate, Moodle or proprietary LMS
  • Experience teaching K-12
  • Familiar with website design, video technology and editing
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Understanding of varied learning styles
  • Knowledge of assessment and evaluation methods
EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.8 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.6 ★
Avg. Experience2-4 years

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Math Curriculum Specialist Career Path

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BAE SystemsBAE Systems
Instructional Designer
10 Jan 2023

“My work collegues were great and I learnt a lot from them in my first role outside of the military.”

Junior Instructional Designer
24 May 2022

“There's a good work life balance and they don't overload you with work.”

Lead Instructional Designer
4 Apr 2023

“I have a great supervisor who cares about me as a person and an employee.”

Instructional Designer
21 Oct 2022

“level employees do most of the work and receive none of the recognition or rewards.”

United Wholesale Mortgage (UWM)United Wholesale Mortgage (UWM)
Instructional Designer
15 Jul 2023

“Your fellow peers are usually great but there are some TERRIBLE people that work here as well.”

Learning Experience Designer
24 May 2023

“It's still scary not having any idea if your department or position is next.”

Instructional Designer
21 Sept 2021

“I was told not to expect any opportunities for pay increases any time in the near future.”

Nova-Pioneer Education GroupNova-Pioneer Education Group
Senior Associate Learning Designer
1 May 2023

“Growth in my expertise was tremendous Had an amazing team lead (best I have had to date) Made lifelong friends”

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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of instructional designers

The typical day of an instructional designer involves creating training courses, evaluating and reshaping learning processes, and developing curricula. These professionals follow the creation of a new learning environment from inception to fruition, including collaborating with clients or other employees about learning environment effectiveness.

An advantage of working as an instructional designer is the opportunity for a good work-life balance. The typical work environment for an instructional designer is an office during normal business days and hours. The profession includes opportunities to work both individually and on a team.

Instructional designers need to be able to manage their time effectively to meet deadlines and complete projects, which can be stressful when facing a high demand for new courses and revisions. Becoming an instructional designer means taking responsibility for the administrative duties associated with the courses they develop.

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