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- To begin August 2017, pending position clearance, availability of funds, and actual staffing requirements. Continuation subject to funding and program needs.
- Under general supervision, teach physics courses and perform related work including, but not limited to, developing teaching strategies, instructional materials and methods which: 1) use current technology in instruction where appropriate; 2) integrate instruction of appropriate quantitative/logical thinking skills into course content;3) develop and assess the competencies and skills for the course student learning outcomes; 4) address the learning needs of community college students; and 5) teach courses utilizing online, hybrid, and/or distance delivery formats as needed.
- Develop and maintain an approved program of professional self-development; prepare and revise course outlines; develop curriculum; develop alternate delivery systems for courses where appropriate; update and assess Student Learning Outcomes; and develop appropriate assessment instruments.
- Teaching assignments may include other disciplines such as Engineering for which the Instructor possesses the required qualifications.
- Teaching assignments may include online education, evenings, weekends, and/or off-campus assignments.
- Maintain a minimum of one office hour per week for each course taught.
- Participate in departmental, faculty and administrative committees, community service, in-service training and assessment activities; and advise students.
- Must be able to independently plan, organize and carry out instructional and non-instructional assignments.
- Perform other duties as assigned, which may include leading National Science Foundation or other grants, collecting data, preparing reports, and teaching community service and in-service training courses, mentoring students, and supervising student help and/or student peer mentors.
- Master’s degree in Physics.
- Successful teaching experience teaching community college courses as substantiated by both student and peer assessments.
- Ability to teach Engineering as demonstrated by an earned Master’s in any Engineering field or 9 credits of graduate-level coursework in an Engineering field.
- Experience integrating current technology into the curriculum.
- Experience and commitment to community involvement and service.
- Demonstrated commitment to professional self-development.
- Demonstrated ability in curriculum development including online and/or hybrid instruction.
- Demonstrated ability to work with students, peers, and staff.
- Knowledge and understanding of student centered learning and the community college philosophy.
- Experience conducting course level assessment of student learning outcomes, and analyzing relevant data, and utilizing the results to improve instruction.
- Evidence of commitment to Windward Community College’s mission of positioning the college as a leading Native Hawaiian/indigenous-serving higher education institution through the development and integration of culture-based course content and/or methodology
- Demonstrated ability to serve as a mentor to students engaged in project-based research.
- Experience in research activity.
- Windward Community College
- Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
- Attn: Division II Dean
- Kaneohe, HI 96744
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