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Adjunct Instructor In Middle Childhood Children's Literature

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Ohio University Athens , OH 45701

Posted 2 months ago

The Ohio University Lancaster Campus is seeking a temporary, part-time (Group 3) instructor in Education specializing in middle childhood literature.

We are in particular seeking a qualified instructor to teach the EDMC 3210 Childrens Literature for Middle Childhood course in the Spring Semester 2019. The course will offered at our Lancaster, Ohio campus in a classroom setting (not online).

The course description for EDMC 3210 is as follows:

Designed for candidates in teacher education seeking licensure in middle childhood (4th-9th grades). Treats the body of literature by genre. Various techniques for utilizing childrens literature in middle childhood school settings included.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Masters Degree in Education or closely related area.

  • Ohio Teaching License.

  • Minimum of 3 years of recent, full-time teaching experience in grades 4-9 language arts with a focus on literacy.

  • Ability to pass a criminal background check.

  • Any additional set forth by the academic department for course clearance.

Preferred Qualifications:

-Doctorate Degree in a relevant field.

  • College teaching experience.

Planning Unit: Regional Higher Education

Department: LNCSTR Associate Dean

Campus: Lancaster

Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Paul Abraham;

Employment Type: Intermittent Term

Advertised Salary:

$1015.00 $1091.00 depending on credentials


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