Adjunct Instructor, Education

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ADJUNCT FACULTY POSITIONS IN EDUCATION 

  

Adjunct Faculty—Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and Data Literacy  

Adjunct Faculty needed for teaching undergraduate learners and facilitating methods in the areas of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and data literacy. The Adjunct Faculty member will facilitate a full semester of 15 weeks in a traditional format during the day. This position will align content in classes consistent with division and college policies; provide instruction and substantive feedback in the areas of Childhood/Dual Special Education in assigned classes consistent with the outcomes of the course syllabus; meet the requirements of accreditation using Taskstream and key assessments and be available to students in assigned classes to provide academic support.   

Qualifications include: A master’s degree in Special Education, Childhood or Adolescence/Dual Special Education, or related area from a regionally accredited college or university. Evidence of experience and/or coursework in the area of emphasis in order to be credentialed in that area. Minimum of three years teaching in grades 1-6 or 7-12.  

  

Adjunct Faculty—Special Education and Explicit Instruction  

Adjunct Faculty needed for teaching graduate teacher candidates in the areas of explicit instruction and specially designed instruction of students with disabilities. The Adjunct Faculty member will facilitate a full semester of 15 weeks in a traditional format, one class session a week during the evening. This position will align content in classes consistent with division and college policies; provide instruction and substantive feedback in the areas of Childhood or Adolescence/Dual Special Education in assigned classes consistent with the outcomes of the course syllabus; meet the requirements of accreditation using Taskstream and key assessments and be available to students in assigned classes to provide academic support.   

Qualifications include: A master’s degree in Special Education, Childhood or Adolescence/Dual Special Education, or related area from a regionally accredited college or university. Evidence of experience and/or coursework in the area of emphasis in order to be credentialed in that area. Minimum of three years teaching in grades 1-6 or 7-12.   

  

Adjunct Faculty—Introduction to Special Education  

Adjunct Faculty needed in the preparation of undergraduate teacher candidates who will work with students who are at risk or who require an individual education plan (IEP) or Section 504 modifications. The course will give students an overview of the philosophy, pedagogy, and lexicon associated with current special education practices. The Adjunct Faculty member will facilitate a full semester of 15 weeks in a traditional format during the day. This position will align content in classes consistent with division and college policies; provide instruction and substantive feedback in the areas of Childhood or Adolescence/Dual Special Education in assigned classes consistent with the outcomes of the course syllabus; meet the requirements of accreditation using Taskstream and key assessments and be available to students in assigned classes to provide academic support.   

Qualifications include: A master’s degree in Special Education, Childhood or Adolescence/Dual Special Education or related area from a regionally accredited college or university. Evidence of experience and/or coursework in the area of emphasis in order to be credentialed in that area. Minimum of three years teaching in grades 1-6 or 7-12.  

  

Adjunct Faculty—Science Curriculum and Methods for Adolescence Education  

Adjunct Faculty needed in the preparation of undergraduate and graduate teacher candidates in the area of teaching the Science for Adolescence Education. The course will develop teacher candidates’ understandings for how to conceptualize, construct, develop, and deliver lesson/unit plans that meet New York State Science Learning Standards. The Adjunct Faculty member will facilitate a full semester of 15 weeks in a traditional format, one class session a week during the evening. This position will align content in classes consistent with division and college policies; provide instruction and substantive feedback in the areas of Adolescence Education in assigned classes consistent with the outcomes of the course syllabus; meet the requirements of accreditation using Taskstream and key assessments and be available to students in assigned classes to provide academic support.   

Qualifications include: A master’s degree in Adolescence Education, Adolescence/Dual Special Education, or related area from a regionally accredited college or university. Evidence of experience and/or coursework in the area of emphasis in order to be credentialed in that area. Minimum of three years teaching in grades 7-12.  

  

If interested, please submit an application and include a resume/curriculum vitae, cover letter, a list of professional references, as well as an official transcript from all institutions.  

 

 

 

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Posted: 7/16/2019
Application Due: 12/16/2019
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