The role of theTESOL instructor encompasses teaching (at the CEFR A2 to low B2level,) as well as academic advising, professional development, andinstitutional / community service.
In particular,the applicant is expected to :
Prepare, teach and deliver courses following acceptedhigher education standards; teach students using a variety ofeffective methodologies and provide engagement and supportactivities that encourage student learning;
Actively participate and meaningfully contribute todepartmental and / or college-widecommittees / initiatives / projects / assignments;
Collaborate with colleagues to contribute to curriculumdevelopment, assessment, testing and administration;
Use the assigned learner management systems effectivelyand make use of (designated) educational technology tools toenhance learning;
Work actively towardscontinuous improvement and professional development by attendingprofessional development sessions within the ELC andelsewhere;
Teach up to 22 contact hours perweek at our college-entry program and actively participate instudent advising and support;
Be prepared towork on different shifts and different campuses and / or any otherresponsibilities assigned by administration.