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• Teach three 5-credit classes per quarter in the fall, winter, and spring; or an equivalent course load. Class sizes typically range from 28 to 36 students.
• Create and revise course materials, including varied assessments of student knowledge.
• Design and facilitate learning experiences centered on student needs and interests by using varied instruction methods and resources.
• Hold at least five weekly office hours and generally assist students one-on-one both through electronic media and in-person.
• Use data, self-reflection and student/colleague feedback to revise your instruction, improve student success and better serve historically underserved, underrepresented, or marginalized student populations (e.g. students with disabilities, student of color, first generation college students, LBGTQIA+ students, Veterans, English language learners, etc.).
• Grade and/or provide useful feedback to students in a way that promotes student understanding and improvement. Assign overall course grades.
Non-teaching responsibilities include:
• Participate in curriculum design, assessment, and revisions aimed at 1) improvement of course relevancy and 2) promotion of educational equity in the classroom.
• Engage in professional-development opportunities on-and-off campus to maintain currency in applications, research and teaching methodology, and to stay up-to-date on campus programs and policies.
• Contribute to the department through service such as textbook selection, curriculum design, feedback regarding department policies and procedures, program and course-level effectiveness assessments, mentoring of adjunct faculty, and more.
• Contribute to the division, college, and community, such as through representation of faculty and department interests on division-wide and campus-wide committees, and participation in campus-wide efforts to dismantle barriers that can impact underrepresented and historically marginalized student populations.
• Provide responsible and compassionate guidance and advising to students as they navigate courses and college systems.
• Contribute to Science Division outreach efforts in the community
• Perform other reasonable duties and functions may be assigned as needed
• Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Computer Science or related discipline (must be completed by September 2020)
• Demonstrated ability to support learning, develop courses, use innovative teaching methods and fairly assess students work OR industry skills that show related proficiencies
• Demonstrated commitment to increasing inclusivity and closing achievement/access gaps with intentional curriculum and instruction design
• Effective oral and written communication skills
|To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/1929064|