The teaching load will be two to six units per semester. Candidates must demonstrate strong commitment to the Christian faith as outlined in Biola's doctrinal statement. Candidates interested in teaching online courses need not reside within driving distance of Biola.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
•Design and deliver classes in Nutrition
•Grade and counsel students
•Keep class records and submit grade reports
•Knowledge of online teaching would be beneficial, not essential
•Attend faculty and other required meetings as designated by the Department Head
•Perform such administrative or other duties as may be specifically designated in annual
or special contracts.
• Perform such additional duties as are necessary relating to the delivery of the subject area
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Previous teaching experience in either traditional classroom or on-line settings
Friday, November 20, 2009
Seeking for Summer 2010, an Adjunct Instructor with a strong background in assessment of adolescents or adults with disabilities to develop and teach an online course in psycho- educational assessment, test interpretation and accommodations. Education: PhD and five plus years of experience preferred. Submit resume and an example of professional work (psycho-educational evaluation less than five years old of an adult with a disability) to Director of Human Resources, St. Ambrose University , 518 W. Locust St. , Davenport , IA 52803 . Email: HumanResources@sau.edu.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
To provide classroom or online instruction in assigned discipline. Participate in departmental meetings, curriculum development and the life of the campus. http://www.lsc.edu/
Monday, November 16, 2009
Prospective adjunct faculty must have an earned graduate degree in a social science field (e.g., psychology, sociology, social work, family studies), expertise in research methods, and an interest in teaching undergraduate research methods courses. Technology skills as well as a willingness to teach daytime classes, both face-to-face and online courses are also required.
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Saturday, November 14, 2009
General Teaching Position Expectations:
1) Integration of Sustainability principles and frameworks into the content of the course
2) Responsible for learning outcomes
3) Responsible for design and management of 5 full day teaching sessions per semester (1 day per month) plus design and delivery of online learning content
4) Responsible for all grading and evaluation
5) Experience using online teaching platform (or willing to be trained)
6) Attend 2-day summer curriculum development meeting
7) Attend in-person Faculty meetings (two per semester)
8) Participate in monthly Faculty meetings via conference call
9) Hold regular office hours
10) Advise students on projects and coursework
11) Responsible for TA selection and training (if course qualifies for TA)
Qualified candidates are invited to submit their CV and a letter of interest for consideration by the Search Committee at email@example.com.
Monday, November 9, 2009
For most MVCC teaching opportunities, a graduate degree appropriate to the particular discipline is required. College teaching experience, knowledge of student learning outcomes, and familiarity with instructional technology and/or online teaching are preferred. Forward letter of application and resume to: Director of Human Resources, Mohawk Valley Community College, 1101 Sherman Drive, Utica, NY 13501, OR via firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, November 7, 2009
This position requires a candidate with a minimum of five years experience teaching adult students; pertinent applied research and publishing activity; and significant administrative experience in a health care setting. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication, motivational and organizational skills. Instruction may occur during daytime and/or evening hours in both classroom and online settings.
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Arcadia University seeks instructors to develop and teach the following fully online courses: History of Math, Secondary Mathematics Methods, Secondary Science Methods, Teacher in the Classroom (Secondary), Meteorology, Earth Science, and Astronomy. Ph.D. preferred, but not required.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Online Adjunct Faculty for Algebra Courses. Will facilitate curriculum already designed and set up, tutor students in need, and submit reports as required. Must have online access with high speed Internet, familiar with chat room usage, WebCam experience a plus. Masters degree required with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours of higher math (no exceptions). Online teaching experience preferred but not necessary. No phone calls. Send in your resume with cover letter by email. Must be a resident of Missouri, Kansas, or Arkansas. Contact: Don L. Burgess, http://www.bryancolleges.edu/locations.asp