Adjunct Professor - EducationEmployee Type: Part Time Location: Angola, IN Required Education: Minimum of a Master's degree
Trine University and the Franks School of Education has been committed to preparing future generations of teachers. Our mission is to provide an educational atmosphere in which each teacher candidate is challenged to become the best educator he or she can be. Faculty members of the School are committed to helping each future educator achieve his/her potential as a knowledgeable and reflective educator who is committed to and able to provide for the growth of all learners. We are accredited by the State of Indiana Department of Education and NCATE.
The Franks School of Education is seeking applications for a part time adjunct instructor to teach the upper level course designed to prepare future teachers in the use of educational media and technology applicable in the K-12 settings. The course is offered each semester once a week in a face-to-face setting on the main campus of Trine.
Candidates must have minimum three years teaching experience and evidence of familiarity with the State of Indiana Academic Standards and the ISTE Standards for Teachers. The position will begin August 2016. A master’s degree in technology education or related field is preferred.
Salary is prorated based on the number of credit hours taught and the number of students registered for the class being taught.
Candidates should apply online with the following: a letter of interest, a curriculum vita detailing all academic and professional experience, (unofficial) graduate transcripts, and the contact information.
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