Instructor: Science- Adult Basic Education (ABE)/Adult Secondary Education (ASE) program
Location: Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Roswell, GA
Under the supervision of the Lead ABE/ASE Instructor, the teacher provides instruction in the academic area of science for students seeking to earn the (GED).
This job is a part time, non-benefited position in the Adult Education Department that reports to the ABE/ASE program Lead Instructor.
Hours: Two days per week
9:30 PM-1:30 PM
Salary $20.00 or $22.00 per hour based on education
Bachelor's Degree with 2 years teaching experience in an academic setting.
Master's Degree or above, preferably with a focus on education; experience in a state supported Adult Education department. Candidates must have an in-depth knowledge of science and must be proficient in middle through high school level science. Candidates must possess a strong interest in teaching. The ability to accommodate different learning styles with sensitivity to diverse cultures is required. Preference will be given to individuals who have worked in Adult Education.
Prepares for and effectively instructs a multi-educational level class and follows a pre-defined curriculum.
The ideal candidate is able to conduct effective classroom discussions by managing groups, asking questions, eliciting and probing responses, summarizing for comprehension and uses a variety of media to enhance and supplement instruction. Must be computer literate and comfortable using a variety of instructional methods and techniques.
Specific abilities include:
Helps students think hypothetically, figure out cause and effect, understand mathematical structures, and verify solutions.
Understands and clearly conveys ideas from texts or other supplementary materials.
Shows proficiency using various forms of technology and infusing them into lessons and instruction.
Practices discretion in handling confidential information and sensitive materials.
Completes detailed paperwork.
Interacts with employees, students and the general public in a tactful and courteous manner.
Communicates well in writing and orally.
Participates in staff development training sessions as required.
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Completion of a bachelor's degree from a college or university.
State Of Georgia