Adjunct Faculty - School of Education- Online Instruction
ONLINE ADJUNCT FACULTY
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION TEACHER CREDENTIAL PROGRAM
If you value People, Diversity, Social Justice, and Participatory Decision-Making, we'd like to hear from you!
Teaching Credential provides students with a fundamental knowledge base for educating and developing learning environments for young children from kindergarten to third grade. The curriculum is based on a constructivist framework that is responsive to multiple sources of diversity in early childhood education. As actively engaged participants, candidates in this program learn about essential principles and theories of pedagogy and child development and engage in supervised learning experiences to integrate and apply their knowledge. Learning experiences throughout the curriculum are characterized by inquiry, self reflection, collaboration with others, and problemsolving. Acknowledging multiple influences on child development and learning, the program emphasizes the importance of developing respectful and reciprocal relationships to create supportive and challenging learning environments. Coursework focuses on strategies of inclusion, issues of equity, social justice, and cultural competence.
Examples of the Teacher Credentialing and Special Education Credentialing program courses available for teaching assignments:
- Language and Literacy in a Diverse Classroom
- Cognitive Development and Math
- Practicum A, B, C
- Theories of Development for All Learners
- Utilizing and Infusing Technology into Teaching
- Studies of the Student with Special Needs
- Communication and Collaboration Skills for Special Educators
- Instructing Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities
- Student Teaching Placement I and 2
- Teaching undergraduate students earning BA's in Early Childhood Education with Multiple Subject or Dual Credentials.
- Teaching graduate students earning MA's in Education with Multiple Subject or Education Specialist credentials.
- Developing and managing the class syllabus and ensuring that the syllabus meets department and college standards
- Planning and creating presentations, online-class discussions and assignments.
- Grading assigned papers and provide feedback.
- Assessing grades for students based on participation, performance class, assignments and presentations
- Collaborating with colleagues on course curriculum
- Advising students on how to be successful in class
- Staying updated on innovations and changes within their course field
- Participating in the on-line learning platform CANVAS to facilitate class discussions, post grades and receive class assignments from students
- Develop and revise current curriculum and assessment in the field.
- Evaluate course work in Taskstream
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:
- Presence in the online classroom a MINIMUM of 4 days per week including weekends
- Ability to conduct one mandatory GotoMeeting session during the first week of the term. Grade and provide feedback on all assignments within 5 days of the due date
- Facilitate and participate in the weekly discussion postings
- Actively respond to student emails and requests within 24-48 hours
- Contribute to the course content using current events, current research articles, videos and other materials
- Post final grades by the College deadline
- Prepare and update course prior to the course start
- Provide weekly announcements and overviews for each week of the course
- Web Camera for weekly overviews and GTM with students.
- Identify and refer at-risk students to academic support services
- Participate in Adjunct trainings, meetings, events and other College requirements
- Masters degree and Multiple Subject Credential- Credential courses.
- Masters degree and Ed Specialist M/M Credential- Ed Specialist Credential courses.
- Relevant professional experience
- Official Transcript and 2 letters of recommendation
- Online College level teaching experience and working with adult learners
- Communicate effectively using Canvas, Pacific Oaks College's learning management system
- Proficiency in internet tools, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Experience working with students from diverse backgrounds
- Commitment to support the mission of Pacific Oaks College
Pacific Oaks College and Children's School offers a generous compensation and benefits package, as well as the opportunity to work for a leader in the field of education. Some of our key benefits include: generous paid time-off, medical and dental coverage, company-paid life and disability insurance, retirement plan with employer contribution, multiple flexible spending accounts (FSA), tuition reimbursement, professional development, and regular employee appreciation events.
Pacific Oaks College and Children's School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pacific Oaks College and Children's School
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