Part-Time Developmental Math
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Part-Time faculty opportunity for the Gateway to College Program.
Prepare for and teach developmental math courses for Gateway to
College students ages 16 to 20. Stay current on best practices and
innovation in developmental pedagogy especially in the field of math.
Helps prepare curriculum and other materials. Assesses and grades
student achievement of learning outcomes. Attends and participates in
college-wide, campus, department and program meetings and activities.
Works collaboratively with program faculty, department chair, and
Gateway to College staff to develop strategies for keeping at-risk
students in class. Complies with published college policies and
procedures. Works collaboratively with other departments to facilitate
and address student and program needs. Performs other related duties as
necessary in the grant and also as provided in Administrator/Technical
Professional and Faculty Handbook. Submits required paperwork according
to specified timelines. Ensures confidentiality is maintained.
faculty at FRCC are expected to assume instructional leadership roles
that typically include hiring and mentoring part-time instructors,
developing curriculum, scheduling classes, advising students, working
with industry or community groups, serving on departmental and
college-wide committees, assessing student academic achievement and
other college activities as assigned by the Deans or Gateway Director.
- Master’s degree in Mathematics or Education required. Degree must be from an accredited institution.
- Demonstrated ability to teach a variety of developmental courses.
Demonstrated experience developing curriculum. Ability to integrate
curriculum with experiential teaching methods. Knowledge of the
relationship among curriculum, instruction, assessment, and learning
theory. Understanding of outcome and content standards.
- Familiarity with standardized tests, teaching strategies and high
stakes assessment. Experience with successful instructional strategies
for at-risk students.
- Classroom experience teaching developmental math courses to at-risk youth ages 16 to 20.
- Three or more years experience teaching developmental math. Experience working with diverse students.
- Ability to use multimedia for instructional purposes desirable.
- Demonstrated experience teaching in Learning Communities.
To apply complete an application for exempt employment with
copies of transcripts and send to Boulder County Campus, Human
Resources, 2190 Miller Drive, Longmont, CO 80501 or fax to 303-223-3458.