The ESL Instructor is responsible for teaching several sections of graduateESOL courses each term. The ESL Instructor will plan classes, assess students, keep track of student materials, as well as attend program meetings and professional development opportunities. The ESL Instructor will also assist the Associate Director of the English Language Program with various administrative tasks.
*Extensive education and/or experience will receive additional consideration for compensation outside of the posted range.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities :
Teach several sections of graduate courses each term
Manage paperwork and student materials
Maintain Blackboard site for each section
Assist Associate Director with administrative tasks related to organizing and interpreting data, updating curricula, preparing materials and Summer Intensive preparation
Attend meetings, assist with Student Services events, assist other units as necessary
Other duties as assigned
MA/MEd TESOL or closely related field required. At least three years related experience, preferably in higher education, with teaching, curriculum design and intercultural communication.
Knowledge and Skill:
Strong verbal and written communication skills; including public speaking and ability to draft clear correspondence and reports
Knowledge of and experience with ESOL adult students
Knowledge of current and emerging instructional technologies
Understanding of pedagogical issues related to teaching and learning
Ability to work collaboratively
Commitment to student development
Demonstrated knowledge of learning theories, instructional approaches and curriculum design
Ability to deliver quality, engaging course material to graduate students
Willingness to engage in professional development opportunities
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