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Position InformationPosting Number PT2201
Job Title KIDS CAMP SOCIAL SCIENCES INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME POOL) Department Continuing Education Position Type Non-Exempt Employment Status Part-Time Salary $25.00 per hour Open Date 02/02/2023 Close Date Open Until Filled No
Position Summary Information
Job Description Summary
This is a part-time summer position.
Demonstrate skill, knowledge, and abilities in the Social Science teaching discipline. Teach assigned courses in a variety of times and locations in response to institutional need. Make continuous efforts to advance the quality of instruction.
Develop and use a variety of teaching methods and materials to assist students who have differing educational and experiential backgrounds in meeting the course outcomes. Maintain appropriate professional relationships with students, colleagues and the community.
Evaluate students to measure their progress toward achievement of stated course outcomes within the College grade and grade appeals procedures. Review, evaluate, recommend, and effectively use student learning materials.
Provide students with a written and accessible course syllabus that follows the Course Syllabus Guidelines and facilitates a clear understanding between student and instructor of the content, goals, requirements, expectations, evaluation methods and schedule of work. Maintain a classroom environment that promotes teaching and learning.
Maintain daily attendance rosters. Input final student grades into WebDMC. Submit final hard copies of daily attendance rosters and grade sheets to the Continuing Education Department.
One (1) year of related experience.
Required Job Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Ability to plan course instruction based upon approved syllabus/outline provided to insure course content and objectives are met.
Ability to utilize a variety of teaching styles and methods to accommodate diverse learning styles of students.
Ability to utilize instructional technologies, including computers, internet resources and other appropriate media.
Knowledge in the Social Science teaching discipline.
Two (2) years teaching or training experience.
Experience developing lesson plans and curriculum.
Special Instructions to Applicants
This is a security-sensitive position. Employment resulting from this advertisement is subject to federal laws that require the verification of identity and the legal right to work in the United States. Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background and reference checks. The College reserves the right to cancel or extend all recruitment actions. Del Mar College is an AA/EO employer. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. The College is committed to diversity in its workforce.
Introduce students to topics related to Social Science. Expand students knowledge in a variety of different eras, civilizations and places in history through discussions, art projects, group activities, and games.
Utilize a variety of teaching styles and methods to accommodate diverse learning styles of students.
Utilize instructional technologies, including computers, internet resources and other appropriate media in instruction.
Maintain daily attendance rosters.
Submit final hard copies of daily attendance rosters and grade sheets to the Continuing Education Department.
Input final student grades into WebDMC.
Plan course instruction based upon approved syllabus/outline provided to insure course content and objectives are met.
Maintain appropriate professional relationships with students, colleagues and the community.Supplemental Questions
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