Reporting to the Directors of the AdvantageVT pathway program and Intensive English Program for the Virginia Tech Language and Culture Institute (VTLCI), the Instructor is responsible for the planning, teaching, and evaluating assigned classes in accordance with VTLCI curriculum. The instructor will also maintain student class records; fulfill committee and administrative duties as required or requested; participate in professional development activities. All appointments are subject to enrollment.
Instructors in the AdvantageVT and Intensive English Program are required to hold a Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) or a related field.
Experience teaching the target language in a classroom setting
Demonstrated ability to use the latest technology and teaching techniques.
If non-native English speaker, must have a high level of English proficiency.
International work experience is desirable.
Teach English as a second language classes to enrolled students at the VTLCI. Plan and lead field trips and other curricular activities as appropriate.
Prepare syllabi and lessons in accordance with curriculum guidelines, keep daily and term records, grade homework, and evaluate classes. Maintain copies of teaching materials. Keep class attendance records, turning in rolls on a weekly basis. If applicable, complete mid-term and final progress reports in a timely fashion, making copies of mid-term and final grade reports for each student's file.
Attend all faculty meetings. Engage in continuing education and instructor-development opportunities as required under professional development guidelines.
Assist in the preparation of book orders. Complete other administrative jobs asked to do in a thorough and timely fashion.
Internal Number: 012170
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