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Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College is seeking learning-focused, creative and dynamic individuals to teach Adult Basic Education courses part-time at all four campus locations (Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake, and Superior). This position is responsible for providing instruction to individuals seeking high school (GED/HSED) credentials, employability skills, reading, writing, math, and success strategies.
• Facilitates learning for all students
• Accommodates a variety of learning styles
• Embeds diversity in classroom activities
• Uses a variety of instructional delivery modes.
• Incorporates appropriate teaching methods and technologies in the learning process
• Assesses learners in a variety of ways
• Uses a variety of assessment methods and tools including but not limited to performance assessments, skills checklists, writing assignments, tests, quizzes, group work, partner activities, short- and long-term projects, and employment portfolios
• Documents assessment of learner achievement, core abilities, course competencies, and program outcomes
Partners with learners
• Helps learners define and achieve their academic and career goals
• Provides academic advising for learners
• Demonstrates support for student clubs and organizations
• Writes course-appropriate curricula
• Continually improves course content that reflects course competencies as well as current workplace practices
• Develops and updates learning opportunities that reflect WITC’s Learning College tenets
• Collaborates with colleagues from all disciplines to ensure a multi-disciplinary approach and perspective to teaching and learning
• Researches and selects textbooks, library resources, software, and other learning materials
• Develops, implements, and annually updates an Individualized Learning Plan
• Stays current in area(s) of teaching
• Continues education and training in area(s) of teaching in accordance with accrediting commission, agencies, and professional associations
• Includes industry work experience, job shadowing, and/or participation in professional or trade organizations
• Manages learning environments in a manner consistent with college policies and procedures
• Distributes to learners, and places on file, an up-to-date syllabus for each course
• Records and submits grades
• Maintains other records as required
• Communicates using e-mail, voice mail, and/or on-line postings
• Monitors condition and safety of classrooms and labs and reports needed maintenance and repairs
• Solicits quotations and bids and procures supplies and equipment
• Assists in student recruitment and job placement activities
• Participates in campus promotional activities such as open houses and career days
• Partners with the Dean in fulfilling the mission, vision, and values of the College
• Collaborates in the scheduling of classes
• Assumes an active role in the assessment of own professional performance
• Participates actively in campus, college-wide, regional, and state teams and committees
• Participates in operational planning processes
• Recruits, constructs, and annually consults with advisory committees and business partners
• Serves on selection committees to hire new staff
• Mentors other faculty
• Fosters the college’s community relationships
• Promotes relationships with other colleges and universities
• Promotes relationships with area business and industry
1. Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Adult Education or Special Needs Education, OR bachelor’s degree with DPI certification in any area taught at Elementary Education or Secondary Education levels AND a total of 3 credits of Reading Instruction and/or Teaching Methods or any combination thereof.
2. One year (2,000 hours) of occupational experience outside the field of education.
3. Candidates must meet Wisconsin Technical College System Basic Education instructor certification requirements. For certification information, access the WTCS certification page at: http://mywtcs.wtcsystem.edu/student-success/certification-occupational-documents/basic-education-programs
4. Background in educational diagnosis, assessment, and instructional methodology for the full range of unique learner needs is preferred.
5. Master’s Degree in above areas preferred.
6. Experience working with at-risk adult students preferred.
Your application will be considered complete when we have received a completed online application, a cover letter addressing all of the qualifications for this position, a resume, and original or copies of official or unofficial college transcripts. If you have noted an educational degree on your application, WITC requests transcripts to support your degree. Official transcripts are required prior to an offer of employment.
Please mail transcripts, if unable to scan, to Human Resources:
505 Pine Ridge Drive
Shell Lake WI 54871
WITC is an Equal Opportunity/Access Employer and Educator.
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