Adjunct Assistant Professor American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Adjunct Assistant Professor American Sign Language and Deaf StudiesTracking Code200234 Job Description
Teach ASL Classes including ASL 120, ASL 121, ASL 122, ASL 123, ASL 135 (ASL Linguistics), ASL 145 (Intro to Deaf Community), ASL 147 (Fingerspelling), and/or ASL 150 (ASL Literature). Classes will likely be offered during evening hours.
Please submit all of the following with the application: Resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts. Incomplete applications will not be considered.Required Skills
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Demonstrated understanding of adult learning
- Bachelor's Degree and ASLTA Certification
- At least two years of teaching experience in an educational setting
- Master's Degree in an ASL related degree (ASL and/or Deaf Studies, Teaching of ASL or ASL Teaching, Sign Language Education, ASL/English Interpreting, or Deaf Education)
- Previous community college teaching experience
- Familiarity and experience with Vista's Signing Naturally Curriculum
- Familiarity and experience with Learning Management System software such as Canvas or Brightspace
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