Part-Time American Sign Language Instructor
POSITION: Part-Time American Sign Language Instructors
DEPARTMENT: Critical Studies Program
The Critical Studies Program is seeking part-time instructors to teach American Sign Language I (AMSL 201) and American Sign Language II (AMSL 202) course offerings for undergraduate students, including fully online classes using remote learning methods.
Instructor responsible for the following:
- Develops course syllabus appropriate to face-to-face and/or remote learning context
- Completes and submits all required materials, including syllabus and student grades
- Ensures quality of student work is strong, appropriate, and meets the expectations set forth in the program
- Sets tone for the class, establishes guidelines and protocols for behavior and classroom activity, and provides instruction that meets the needs of all learners for face-to-face and/or remote learning context
- Contributes ideas for improving current class or creating new initiatives and effectively resolves challenges that arise in their classroom
- Establishes an inclusive environment in the classroom and demonstrates an understanding of, and sensitivity to, the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of the University’s faculty, staff, and students
- Demonstrates a sense of connection and responsibility for helping UArts achieve success through a commitment to its mission, vision, and values
- Returns telephone calls and email messages from program administration in timely manner
- Attends new faculty orientation
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the incumbent; they do not purport to describe all functions. Incumbent may be assigned other duties, and the essential functions may change from time to time as necessary.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in relevant field or equivalent experience in relevant field
- Previous teaching experience and/or genuine interest in working with students and helping them develop knowledge/skills
- Ability to utilize diverse instructional methods and adapt curriculum to student needs
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
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