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Durmstrang Professor Applications - Spring 2019


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#1 OFFLINE   Healer Jared Wayland

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Posted 10 March 2019 - 12:03 AM

Spring 2019 Professor Applications


Below, you'll find the open teaching posts for Durmstrang for Spring 2019.
All applications are due by March 31st.
A few things to remember:

  • To apply to teach a class, you must have been a member of Hogwarts Online for at least 3 months, preferably 6. This is to ensure our professors have an understanding of how HO and its classes work.
  • If you are making a new character, you must be within the character limit rules. Otherwise, you may need to transfer an existing character to Sweden or to Durmstrang to take on the position if you're hired. If you're unsure about the character limit rules, PM the Director of Roleplay, Prof. Britney Bryne-Kartak, for assistance.
  • All house administrators must teach at least 1 class.
  • All department chairs must teach at least 1 class in their department.
  • Writers may only have 1 professor in each school, meaning you may only have a maximum of 2 professors - one at Hogwarts and one at Durmstrang.
  • We ask that all writers limit themselves to teaching 2 classes per school.

"I have a question! Who do I ask?"

  • For questions about applying or teaching a class, direct them to Prof. Jared Wayland in a PM.
  • For questions about a specific class (for example, the curriculum that's covered) or a department, direct your questions to the Department Head.


**Continuing for Spring 2019: We ask that all submissions make their classes RPC based/Self-Paced. Meaning that all lessons are posted at once, with set RPCs and requirements to be met by the end of the term, at their own pace, to get their quill. If you have any questions in how to do this, feel free to contact me.**


Open Courses



Advanced Studies

DH: Prof. Jared Wayland

Supervising Admin: Prof. Jared Wayland


IMC702: Apparition - OPEN

Years Allowed: 7th

Short Description: 12 week course on mastering Apparition and Licensing Test.



Divinatory Arts & Astronomy

DH: Prof. Amhlaidh Haugen

Supervising Admin: Prof. Jared Wayland


DAD302: Divinations or Astronomy Elective - FILLED

Years Allowed: 1-7th (up to Professor)

Short Description: Apply to create your own Divinations or Astronomy Course.



Sigil & Magical Theory


Supervising Admin: Prof. Jared Wayland


SMTD102: Basic Runes 

Years Allowed: 1+

Short Description: Students will lay the foundation to learn more advanced sigils by learning to decipher ancient runes


SMTD103: Theory of Magic

Years Allowed: 1+

Short Description: Students will explore the theory behind how magic works. Topics covered include but are not limited to how to properly execute a spell and the limitations of magic.



Dark Arts

DH: Prof. Siegfried Alexandrescu

Supervising Admin: Prof. Jared Wayland


DM101: Dark Arts Catalogue

Years Allowed: 1st+

Short Description: The class name is self-explanatory. The students will submerge into the world of Dark Magic, covering a wide range of topics, from dark creatures to dark practices. The goal of this class is to toughen the students about dark magic, letting them know what they actually are and could be facing, and that they're getting themselves into. 


DM301: The way of the Hocrux - VACANT

Years Allowed: 3rd+ ; 2nd with one quill in DM

Short Description: Students will be facing one of the darkest items to be created by the darkest side of magic. They will learn about them, how they are made, and will finally interact with them as well, having to find a way to know if they are real, false and how they can destroy them before the horcruxes destroy them.



Independent Studies

DH: Prof. Nina Azarova

Supervising Admin: Prof. Jared Wayland


INDS101: Qudditch Skills - FILLED

Years Allowed: 1+

Short Description: Learn the basics of quidditch plays and tactics


INDS302: The Art of Inking - FILLED

Years Allowed: 3rd+

Short Description: Learn to the art of tattooing, get hands on experience, and maybe how to your art to the next level (the magical way)


INDS302: Wandmaking - FILLED

Years Allowed: 3rd+

Short Description: Learn to the art of wandmaking.



Magical Herbology and Zoology

DH: Prof. Leander Markowitz

Supervising Admin: Prof. Jared Wayland


MHZD102: Herbology - OPEN

Years Allowed: 1-7th (up to Professor)

Short Description: Apply to create your own herbology or zoology class.


MHZD103: Herbology - OPEN

Years Allowed: 1-7th (up to Professor)

Short Description: Apply to create your own herbology or zoology class.



Magical Skills


Supervising Admin: Prof. Jared Wayland


MAGSK101: Essential Charms For The Lazy Witch or Wizard - FILLED

Years Allowed: 1+

Short Description: Learn life hack spells for daily life.


MAGSK102: Protective Charms - FILLED

Years Allowed: 1+

Short Description: Learn about various protective charms.


MAGSK103: Charms Elective - OPEN

Years Allowed: 1+

Short Description: Apply to create your own charms class





Supervising Admin: Prof. Jared Wayland


PA101: Remedial Potions - FILLED

Years Allowed: 1+

Short Description: This class covers some creature ingredients and potions they are used in.


PA401: Moste Difficulte Potions - FILLED

Years Allowed: 4+

Short Description: A class to try your hand at brewing your own potions.






The Application

  • Please put "Spring 2019 Professor Application" as the subject of your PM.
  • Enter Department Head's name into the recipient field.
  • Enter Prof. Jared Wayland in the "Other Recipients" field.
  • Before sending in your application, contact the department head if you have questions about class curriculum, or for help designing a special class!
  • Include lesson plans, quill requirements, and any other pertinent information when applying. The more detailed, the better!


Desired Professor Name:
Is this an existing character?:
List any existing characters that you have:
Which course(s) are you applying to teach?: (if it is an open elective please skip this and fill in the next portion)

If this is a new course as in one you design yourself, what is the name of your course?:

What are the requirements for earning a quill in this class?: (if it is an open elective please list years allowed as well)
In 150+ words, explain how you intend to teach the course(s):


**Credit to Blake and Alaina**

Edited by Prof. Jared Wayland, 25 March 2019 - 06:12 PM.
Updated for taken classes

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