Teach course according to schedule and under the terms outlined in contract;
Prepare lessons by identifying, developing, and implementing materials that integrate listening, speaking, reading, and writing elements, and align with prescribed texts;
Translate course objectives, student learning outcomes, and course materials into learning activities that are appropriate for Intensive English students and engage students to promote learning;
Commit to updating and modifying materials and lessons regularly to maintain relevance and efficacy, and work with other instructors to share and develop resources;
Perform administrative tasks such as taking attendance, administering and grading assessments, communicating regularly with students about their progress, and monitoring student progress in the online Learning Management System (LMS);
Help students identify and set personal goals, and work with students to ensure that they are making sufficient progress toward achieving those goals;
Guide students in the acquisition of English and help students to understand the target culture, while affirming learners' own cultural and linguistic backgrounds;
Be available for meetings with students during office hours or by appointment, or over the phone or email;
Have students complete course evaluations, and use feedback from evaluations to improve instructive practice;
Implement research findings and educational best practices in the classroom;
Attend an instructor orientation, meet with the Associate Director throughout contracted term, and attend professional development and training opportunities.
Skills, Competencies, and Experience:
Native or near-native English proficiency levels;
In-depth study/extensive experience with a non-native language;
Cultural competence and sensitivity;
Experience working with and teaching adult learners and diverse populations;
Ability to adapt teaching styles and materials to meet individual needs of students;
Experience in using technology in the classroom;
Experience in instructional design;
Excellent organizational skills;
Excellent oral and written communication skills;
Possession of a teaching license (a plus).
Instructors will earn $36 per instructional hour at 140 hours per seven-week term. This is a part-time, non-benefited position.
Review of applications to begin immediately. Review Date: Open until filled.
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Please be sure to address the Required Qualifications in your documents.
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