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UVU PREP Technical Writing teacher manages instructional time to teach technical writing curriculum for one 50 minute class section Monday-Thursday to groups of 30 students aged 14-16 for seven weeks. Attends staff meetings. Curriculum is provided but needs to be tailored to student needs. A Teaching Assistant will be assigned to each teacher to help with classroom instruction, behavior management, grading assignments, etc.
UVU PREP Technical Writing teacher will coordinate hands-on problem-based labs with the Teaching Assistant assigned to support their students learning.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a bachelor’s degree in a field related to the Summary of Duties. Certain programs may require professional an educator license or extensive specialized industry experience, see preferred qualifications for additional requirements.
Graduation from accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 3 years of experience in APA style technical writing, scholarly writing (scientific publications, journals, etc.), or other related field.
Knowledge of writing skills as particularly applicable to the disciplines of engineering and science. This includes techniques such as appeal to authority, appeal to original research data and appeal to logic.
Knowledge of technical writing methods: invention, assessment of purpose and audience, organization and development, revision, editing, style, grammar, and Knowledge of the production of clear, persuasive and efficient technical reports using word processing software and graphic techniques.
Skills in leading classroom discussions/activities.
Skills in effective verbal and written communication.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of student records.
Ability to assess student work according to general instructional standards.
Ability to supervise three classes of 25 middle school students.
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