Adjunct Faculty-Education (Franklin County Integrated Math or Integrated Social Studies)
Franklin University has an opening for a part-time adjunct faculty member in our School of Education. The initial assignment will be to serve as a Clinical Supervisor for students doing their student teaching beginning January 22, 2024, in Franklin County, Ohio for secondary school aged children in Integrated Mathematics or Integrated Social Studies.
The adjunct faculty member will conduct a minimum of eleven meetings including an initial meeting with the student and co-op teacher to establish ground rules, 4 student observation meetings, a midterm evaluation meeting, 4 additional student observation meetings and then a final evaluation meeting using the School of Education's approved clinical assessment method. Travel to the school during the school day to conduct these meetings/observations will be expected to the extent permitted due to COVID-19.
Other duties include:
• Completing, collecting, and submitting all required documents for student teaching according to program deadlines;
• Conducting weekly communication with candidates in person, by phone, through zoom meetings and/or via e-mail;
• Objectively evaluating and grading Teacher Candidates based on their classroom performance and work submitted and fostering their confidence and efficacy in teaching
• Maintaining current knowledge of effective supervision approaches, such as cognitive coaching, adult learning theory, and current content-specific pedagogy and instructional practices; and,
• Communicating with Department Chair of the School of Education and staff to address student questions and concerns.
We seek someone with a Master’s degree in Education with 5 or more years of K-12 teaching experience, familiarity with OTES, OSTP, InTASC teaching standards and prior experience in teacher mentorship within Ohio.
Experience with assessment programs in an academic setting, prior field supervision experience and a Current/Active Ohio Teaching license are preferred.
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