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Instructor Guidelines for Dual Enrollment
Dual Enrollment Instructor Approval Process
- The Dual Enrollment Coordinator will send out a letter to high school counselors explaining
the criteria for dual enrollment and have them complete a letter of intent. To begin
the process, the teacher must immediately complete the Application for Employment
(notate at the top “Dual Enrollment and for which High School”). Send the application
and college transcript to Brenda Vanlandingham at firstname.lastname@example.org. After a brief time to process, the teacher should contact her at 246-6390 to see
if all has been received. Once received, the instructor should contact the appropriate
- Business/Computers – Teresa Webster - email@example.com
- Career-Technical – Suzanne Thompson - firstname.lastname@example.org
- English & Humanities – Renee Moore - email@example.com
- Fine Arts – Jennifer Woodard - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Health Sciences – Patricia Kelly - email@example.com
- Math & Science – Debbie Gantz - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Social Sciences – Allyson Lofton - email@example.com
- Upon receiving the completed letter of intent from the school counselor, the Dual Enrollment Coordinator will place the teacher contact information and requested courses to teach on the Dual Enrollment Instructor Approval Form. The Division Chair checks the credentials of the instructor in the Office of Human Resources. The Dual Enrollment Coordinator waits to gain the go ahead from the Division Chair.
- The Division Chair completes the entire approval form/checklist after calling or visiting the instructor. The Division Chair will either grant approval/disapproval on the form. The original is taken to Human Resources to be placed in the personnel files. The Division Chair gives a copy of the approval form to the Dual Enrollment Coordinator. It is the responsibility of the Division Chair to call the instructor and let them know if he or she has been granted approval or not.
- Upon receiving a completed “approved” approval form from the Division Chair, the Dual Enrollment Coordinator may begin the process of placing the course on the schedule and contacting the counselor at the high school. The Dual Enrollment Coordinator will collect the Teacher Information form from the counselor and provide the Division Chair with a copy.
- The Division Chair remains in contact with the instructor the remainder of the semester for payroll forms, FAQ’s, Banner log-in trouble, attendance, etc.
Responsibilities (other than teaching the course)
- Record attendance weekly for each student in each class in Banner. Even though you may have perfect attendance, Banner does not know this until the Submit Button in Banner is clicked. If your attendance is delinquent, your name will appear on a Missing Attendance List from Admissions which then requires your Division Chairman to contact you. *Click here for instructions for recording attendance*
- Check your email frequently. Checking your email only on the day you have class or the day before is not enough. There may be times when certain situations arise that your immediate action is required. By not checking your e-mail, the Division Chairman or the Dual Enrollment Coordinator must then try to get in touch with you by phone. E-mailing is the easiest way to communicate with you so please get in the habit.
- You will be paid at the end of September, October, November, and December for Fall semester and February, March, April and May for the Spring Semester. You will be emailed a Class Load Form each semester to complete, sign and return to your Division Chairman. This is the form that qualifies you to receive payment for your class. We cannot accept a copy or a fax. It must be the original with an original signature. You will be given a deadline for the form to be received by your Division Chairman. If we do not receive this form by the deadline, you possibly could not receive the first check. If we are missing any of the necessary documents as stated earlier by Human Resources, your check may be held until the next month.
- Division Chairmen that have dual enrollment courses are:
- Business/Computers – Teresa Webster
- Career-Technical – Suzanne Thompson
- English & Humanities – Renee Moore
- Fine Arts – Jennifer Woodard
- Health Sciences – Patricia Kelly
- Math & Science – Debbie Gantz
- Social Sciences – Allyson Lofton
- If you have any questions, click here to visit the Adjunct Faculty Resource Page for further information.
- Mississippi Delta Community College reserves the right to discontinue the use of any adjunct instructor in the dual enrollment courses as seen fit by the Division Chair or the Vice President of Instruction.