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- Part-time, for placement into lecturer pool beginning Spring 2018. Subject to availability of funds and actual staffing requirements.
- 1. Teach courses in the assigned subject area;
- 2. Prepare course syllabus and reports related to teaching and student progress;
- 3. Assess student learning in terms of course competencies and program learning outcomes;
- 4. Submit self-assessment reports based on student and peer evaluations;
- 5. Work under the general supervision of the discipline coordinator/division chairperson in integrating teaching efforts with other instructors in the discipline area;
- 6. Maintain one office hour per week for each class taught (20 minutes per credit per week).
- 7. Classes may be offered online, evenings and/or weekends.
- 1. ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY: Master’s in Biological Science.
- 2. ASTRONOMY: Master’s degree in Astronomy.
- 3. BIOLOGY: Master’s degree in Biology.
- 4. BOTANY: Masters’ degree in Botany.
- 5. CHEMISTRY: Master’s degree in Chemistry.
- 6. ENGINEERING: Master’s in Civil Engineering or Electrical Engineering.
- 7. GEOLOGY: Master’s degree in Geology.
- 8. MATHEMATICS:
- (a) Master's in Mathematics: or
- (b) Master's in STEM-related field (Engineering, Natural Sciences, ICS) with 18 credits of advanced coursework in math, of which 9 credits at graduate level: or
- (c) Master's in mathematics Education with 18 Credits of advanced coursework in math, of which 9 credits at graduate level
- 9. MICROBIOLOGY: Master’s in Microbiology.
- 10. OCEANOGRAPHY: Master’s degree in Oceanography.
- 11. PHYSICS: Master’s in Physics.
- 1. Teaching experience at the community college level.
- 2. Demonstrated ability to work with community college students.
- 3. Work experience related to course to be taught.
- 4. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and work cooperatively.
- 5. Familiarity with competency- and outcomes-based instruction.
- Additional Desirable Qualification for Anatomy & Physiology
- 1. Successful teaching of courses containing a significant content of anatomy and physiology at the post-secondary level, as substantiated by student and peer assessments.
- Department of Math & Sciences
- Charles Matsuda, Department Chair
- Kapi‘olani Community College
- 4303 Diamond Head Road, Kalia 101C
- Honolulu, HI 96816
- Charles Matsuda, Department Chair; 808-734-9356; email@example.com
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