Central Carolina Community College Oakland , CA 94604
"Learning First" is the primary institutional goal for Central Carolina Community College where all faculty and staff are empowered as educators, committed to responsibility for the learning process.
The Adult Education instructor is responsible for providing instruction to adult learners of varying academic levels. The instructor helps students meet necessary goals and prepares students for secondary coursework.
Prepare lesson plans and course materials that maximize student learning in pre-GED subject matter areas: Language Arts (Reading and Writing), Social Studies, Science and Mathematics. Evaluate student progress regularly, with an emphasis on building reading and math skills to a grade level of 9.0 on TABE, CASAS or other, approved standardized assessment.
Employ appropriate and diverse teaching and learning strategies i.e. individual, group, hands-on and contextualized instruction as well as lecture and discussion. Incorporate instructional technology (i.e. internet, software programs, laptops, and/or SMART Board) when available and appropriate.
Provide counseling and academic guidance to students as needed to achieve academic and career goals.
Review course content and materials as well as student evaluations and make recommendations to Coordinator for course revision and/or development. Collaborate with Coordinator to review, evaluate and, if necessary, revise ABE program.
Maintain accurate records of student attendance, pre and post-test hours, grades, and progress. Submit final rosters according to established deadlines.
Maintain a thorough working knowledge of educational functioning levels (EFL's), LEIS forms, post-testing guidelines and performance measures. Monitor student registrations, goals, and outcomes using LEIS (Literacy Education Information System).
Implement best practices for the retention and recruitment of students.
Adhere to institutional policies and procedures. Enforce rules concerning student behavior.
Attend and actively participate in team meetings and professional development training. Assist coordinator with part-time instructor training. Serve on college committee.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited institution
Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Possess excellent organizational skills.
Maintain proficiency in technology (Microsoft Office, Access, email, etc.).