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- Contingent on course offerings and student demand, to begin approx. Spring 2018, pending position clearance, availability of funds, and actual staffing requirements. Position may be converted from 9 to 11 months or 11 to 9 months based on operational needs.
- Under general supervision, design, deliver, and assess instruction in Human Anatomy and Physiology with reference to course competencies and institutional and program level student-learning outcomes. Develop and/or update course content and materials and teaching and assessment strategies and methods to:
- 1) improve student attainment of learning outcomes;
- 2) address the learning needs of the college's diverse students;
- 3) integrate thinking and writing skills into course content, as appropriate; and
- 4) use technology to support instruction.
- Plan, organize, and independently carry out independent instructional and non-instructional assignments. Perform other teaching-related duties that include, but are not limited to, preparing course syllabi and maintaining office hours for academic advising and for conferring with students about course work (one office hour per week per three-credit class). Regular workload may include evening and weekend classes, continuing-education classes, distance-education classes, and teaching at off-campus sites. Non-teaching duties include:
- 1) working collegially to provide service to the department and college,
- 2) engaging in public service related to one's professional status and/or expertise,
- 3) engaging in professional development, and
- 4) engaging in professional or scholarly activities related to one's discipline or teaching.
- 5) Development of state-of-the-art lecture curriculum, and learning technologies for on campus and/or online courses
- Perform related duties as assigned.
- Master's in Biological Science. Minimum qualifications must be met by the effective date of appointment.
- 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.
- 2. Evidence of ability to work in a collegial manner with peers, department chairs, and administrators
- 3. Evidence of experience integrating writing, technology, and thinking skills in teaching at the post-secondary level.
- 4. Ability to write clear prose as substantiated by an attached one to two page statement and/or publication
- 5. Successful use of technology to support instruction inside and outside of the traditional classroom and laboratory
- 6. Commitment to the mission and values of the community college with its open-door and multicultural populations
- 7. Ability to initiate, execute, and complete projects, including setting specific objectives/competencies and measuring results
- 8. Capacity to contribute to one or more departmental or campus wide initiatives (e.g. STEM Student research experience, STEM pathways, service-learning, Hawai’i-Asia-Pacific emphasis, and others)
- 9. Commitment to integrating the scientific method into instruction of labs
- 10. Experience with distance learning course presentation, development, and student assessment.
- Nawa‘a Napoleon, Dean of Arts and Sciences
- Kapi‘olani Community College
- 4303 Diamond Head Road, Ilima 206
- Honolulu, HI 96816
- Nawa‘a Napoleon, Dean of Arts and Sciences; 808-734-9472; firstname.lastname@example.org
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