Adjunct Faculty for Information Literacy
Adjunct faculty for Information Literacy
Trinity Washington University is seeking a dynamic educator to teach the following sections of an Information Literacy course for the Early College Academy (ECA) program in the College of Arts & Sciences for fall 2021.
INT 109/1 Information Literacy, Mon, Wed 1:30 – 2:45 PM
INT 109/2 Information Literacy, Tues, Thurs 10:30 – 11:45 AM
The College will be offering in-person classes in the fall. The ECA partnership is between Coolidge Senior High School and Trinity Washington University. The program provides well-qualified students with the opportunity to earn an associate’s degree while they attend high school and earn their diploma. Trinity’s program focuses on preparing students to leave high school with a jump-start; arming them with the skills and experiences to succeed in college.
QUALIFICATIONS: Successful candidates should have earned at least a Master’s degree in a related field (Education, Reading Specialist) from an accredited institution and be able to demonstrate strong teaching skills. Previous undergraduate classroom experience required. Preference will be given to candidates with a working knowledge of information literacy and academic research.
Official transcripts for all degrees earned, sample course syllabi, course evaluations and/or other evidence of teaching effectiveness, and contact information for three professional references will be needed if the candidate is invited to campus for an interview. Knowledge of best teaching practices is required. Finalists will be invited for an interview and teaching demonstration. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate excellence with engaged and active learning practices.
Please submit a letter of application and C.V. to the APPLY HERE NOW link.
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