Adjunct Instructor for English

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Summary

Adjunct Instructor for English , as subject matter experts in their disciplines, shall assist Haskell Indian Nations University in developing and implementing college-level courses and a limited number of developmental courses for the classroom.

Responsibilities
  • Facilitate student matriculation in the following outcomes:
  • Completion of associate baccalaureate programs
  • Transfers to other colleges or universities
  • Develop and provide on behalf of Haskell Indian Nations University the following
  • documents in compliance with university guidelines:
  • Course syllabi
  • Assessment and evaluative instruments and the data derived
  • Textbook selection and educational materials for those classes taught
  • Implement curriculum
  • Assist in updating curricula to ensure student learning meets national, state, and local requirements
  • Access software applications/programs to report data for all courses taught with respect to the following:
  • Learning outcomes
  • Assessment outcomes
  • Recommendations for instructional improvement
  • Hold one (1) office hour per 3 credit hour course per week for the following purposes:
  • To answer students' questions
  • To assist students in successfully completing courses offered
  • Students' grades are due the Tuesday after finals week. Submit grades on forms provided by the university before 4:00 pm to the Office of the Vice-President for Academics.
  • Attend relevant university-wide and departmental meetings, like accreditation meetings, assessment meetings, and orientation for new faculty, etc., as can be reasonably expected.
  • Administer and return End of the Course Student Evaluations to the respective Dean
  • Adhere to accreditation requirements for Haskell Indian Nations University in the following areas:
  • Academic policies
  • Other academic requirements
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications
  • Qualified instructors will hold a minimum of a master's degree, a terminal degree, or an appropriate graduate degree in the subject matter being taught, EXCEPT for indigenous languages
  • Qualified instructors in indigenous languages with subject area competency (tribal knowledge/eminent scholar) as evidenced by tribal language certification or tribally-recognized fluency
  • Background check required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Ability to communicate clearly
  • Ability to teach with ample real-world experience
  • Ability to show confidence teaching and presenting to a class
  • Technologically savvy:
  • Ability to utilize email, different online learning systems, and other ways to communicate with students
  • Passionate about specific academic fields and education in general
  • Ability to clearly understand curriculum design, pedagogy, and learning outcome alignment
  • Ability to teach writing processes, with attention to the following:
  • Principles of unity and coherence
  • Methods of development in paragraphs and essays
  • Critical readings of narration, description, exposition, and argument
  • Analysis of tone and meaning in prose
  • Demonstrate how to examine selected fiction, verse, and drama (optional) leading to critical analysis, continued practice in composition, and research strategies (MLA- specific)

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