The Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Development, American Sign Language (ASL) continually accepts resumes for teaching positions that may open up during the academic year. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to teaching undergraduate level courses for students in ASL. Courses with an enrollment of 30 and above receive assistance from a Teaching Assistant. Applications are reviewed as openings occur, and individual applicants are invited to interview when their skills or areas of expertise match an opening. These are temporary, non-tenured, Academic Professional and Administrative (P&A) positions as Teaching Specialist, paid on a per course basis. Typically these appointments are made semester by semester and employment is contingent on the course meeting its enrollment target. This posting is designed to establish a "pool" of instructors. Applications will not be acknowledged, but will be reviewed when such openings occur throughout the academic year.
• Attend class meetings and deliver course content.
• Evaluation of student performance.
• Grade student materials, including exams, papers and final projects.
• Submit grades.
• Respond to student inquiries and meet with students.
Course Preparation: 10%
• Complete orientation and training to subject matter.
• Meet with appropriate faculty and gather information as needed.
• Develop course content and syllabus.
• Prepare course materials, including final exam.