Location: Newport, RI Category: Academic / Faculty Posted On: Fri Mar 22 2019 Job Description:
The Department of Education at Salve Regina University welcomes applicants for part-time adjunct instructors for secondary education student teaching for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The adjunct provides formal supervision of pre-service PreK-12, special education, and content specific secondary teacher candidates in math, English, history, French, Spanish, and biology during their student teaching in regional schools in accordance with department and program goals.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Demonstrated strength in communication and interpersonal skills, and knowledge of assessment of effective instructional methods and Rhode Island Professional Teacher Standards and PreK-12 students and content standards.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collegially with faculty, staff, and administrators.
Completes direct and indirect supervision of student teachers.
Provides an appropriate professional clinical model representing the profession including but not limited to Rhode Island Educator Code of Professional Responsibility, HIPAA Regulations, and Confidentiality Guidelines.
Reviews and edits student documentation including but not limited to lesson plans, observations, student reflections, and impact projects.
Conducts a minimum of three formal on-site observations per student teacher.
Completes formative and summative assessments of the practicum students' clinical skills.
Provides verbal and written feedback to support students in regard to clinical practice, professionalism, and competency.
Participates in weekly Student Teaching Seminar.
Master's Degree required.
Five years teaching experience in PreK-12 setting.
Knowledge of the accreditation process in teacher education is a benefit.
Salve Regina University strives to provide equal opportunity in employment and education to all employees, students and applicants. No employee, student or applicant shall be discriminated against or harassed on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, age, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, genetic information or any other basis protected by applicable federal or state law, in the administration of Salve Regina's employment policies, education policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other University administered programs. In accordance with Title IX, it does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any of its educational programs or activities. Salve Regina is also committed to making its programs and campus accessible to its visitors and compliant will all applicable non-discrimination laws.
Internal Number: 108640
About Salve Regina University
Located on a picturesque campus in the historic city of Newport, R.I., Salve Regina University is a Catholic, coeducational university founded by the Sisters of Mercy. The University offers a comprehensive education with a liberal arts foundation that fosters the development of each student's individual talents.Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the University enrolls more than 2,700 undergraduate and graduate students from across the U.S. and around the world. Salve Regina's diverse range of academic programs is complemented by community service initiatives, extracurricular activities and a full athletics program featuring varsity, intramural and club sports.The undergraduate course of study is designed to further intellectual, social and spiritual growth and encourage students to work for a world that is harmonious, just and merciful. Graduate and continuing education programs are tailored to the unique needs of adult students, combining the integration of knowledge and personal values with the development of greater competency in both theory and practice.Salve Regina's 80-acre campus is set on seven contiguous Gilded Age estates and features 21 st...ructures of historic significance that have been sensitively adapted to meet University needs while also preserving their status as treasures of the 19th and early 20th centuries.