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Adjunct Faculty - Spring 2019

Employer
University of San Francisco
Location
Pleasanton, CA
Closing date
Nov 26, 2021

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Job Title:

Adjunct Faculty - Spring 2019

Job Summary:

Our Mission:

The University of San Francisco (USF) is a private, urban University with a global perspective that educates leaders who will fashion a more humane and just world. The University offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional students the knowledge, skills, and values needed to be leaders in their field, life-long learners, and in service to others. USF draws from the cultural, intellectual, and economic resources of the San Francisco Bay Area and its location on the Pacific Rim to enrich its educational programs.

The USF Teacher Education program (TED) prepares strong, dedicated, and creative teachers for today's increasingly diverse schools. The teachers we graduate are reflective practitioners who foster intellectual growth, holistic development, and multicultural democratic community in their classrooms and schools. They strive to provide their students - especially those most vulnerable to systemic injustices - an equitable, responsive, and empowering education. Our graduates develop a vision informed by principles and theories of education, and an array of pedagogical and conceptual tools grounded in classroom practice. At the same time, they understand the challenges and complexities of teaching, especially within urban contexts.

Full Job Description:

The Teacher Education Department in the School of Education at the University of San Francisco is seeking adjunct instructors to teach the course listed below. Positions are available Spring semester 2019. We encourage qualified candidates to apply as soon as possible. Below are descriptions of the course that need staffing.

TEC-625. Teaching Adolescents (3 units) Santa Rosa Campus

Exploration of adolescence as a unique stage of life between childhood and adulthood which presents today's youth - as well as their teachers - with daunting challenges. Study of the theoretical and practical tools to understand adolescence as experienced by students in the U.S. secondary schools. Central themes addressed in this course are: examining adolescent development, exploring cultural identity, valuing youth popular culture, getting to know students and their interests, creating an engaging curriculum, and building a safe classroom community.

Course Schedule: Class meets on Tuesdays, from 4:00 - 10:00 pm on the following dates: (9/3, 9/10, 9/17, 9/24)

AND

From 9:00 to 3:30 pm on the following dates: (9/7, 9/14, 9/21, 9/28)

Credits/Compensation: This is a three-credit course.

TEC-616. Multiple Subject Student Teaching I (2 units) Santa Rosa Campus

Methodological principles and teaching practices from Curriculum and Instruction courses will be applied in classroom observation, unit preparation and instruction. Observation and participation totaling 96 hours in elementary classrooms (K-3 or 4-8 grade level), culminating in the development and teaching of at least one unit of instruction.

TEC-660. Single Subject Student Teaching I (2 units) Santa Rosa Campus

Methodological principles and teaching practices from Curriculum and Instruction courses will be applied in classroom observation, unit preparation, and instruction. Observation and participation totaling 96 hours, in middle or high school classrooms, culminating in the development and teaching of at least one unit of instruction.

Single Subject Curriculum & Instruction I:All Content Areas (3 units each) Pleasanton Campus

Study of scope and sequence, pedagogical approaches, methods, materials, and multimedia appropriate for teaching academic content in middle and high school curriculum.

Course Schedule: Class meets on Thursday's, from 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM on the following dates: (10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24)

AND

From 9:00 to 3:30 pm on the following dates: (10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26)

Credits/Compensation: This is a three-credit course.

Single Subject Curriculum & Instruction II All Content Areas (2 units each) Pleasanton Campus

Continuation of topics previously studied with further investigation of scope and sequence, pedagogical approaches, methods, materials, media and technology appropriate for teaching academic content within middle and high school curriculum.

Course Schedule: Class meets on Thursday's, from 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM on the following dates: (10/31, 11/7, 11/14, 11/21, 12/5)

From 9:00 to 1:30 pm on the following dates: (11/9, 11/16)

Credits/Compensation: This is a two-credit course.

TEC-616. Multiple Subject Student Teaching I (2 units) Pleasanton Campus

Methodological principles and teaching practices from Curriculum and Instruction courses will be applied in classroom observation, unit preparation and instruction. Observation and participation totaling 96 hours in elementary classrooms (K-3 or 4-8 grade level), culminating in the development and teaching of at least one unit of instruction.

TEC-660. Single Subject Student Teaching I (2 units) Pleasanton Campus

Methodological principles and teaching practices from Curriculum and Instruction courses will be applied in classroom observation, unit preparation, and instruction. Observation and participation totaling 96 hours, in middle or high school classrooms, culminating in the development and teaching of at least one unit of instruction.

Full-Time/Part-Time:

Part time

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Salary
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