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Teach one course in Introductory American Sign Language per semester. ASL faculty collaborate in curriculum planning and selection of course materials.
Teach one or more courses in the College of Adult & Professional Studies as assigned by program director.
*This posting does not represent a specific adjunct opening. Availability of adjunct positions is based on the current needs of the College of Adult & Professional Studies and an applicant's qualifications (education and work-related experience).*
Teach one or more courses in the College of Adult & Professional Studies and/or Graduate School as assigned by program director.
*This posting does not represent a specific adjunct opening. Availability of adjunct positions is based on the current needs of the Graduate School and an applicant's qualifications (education and work-related experience).*
Adjunct faculty members are an important part of our academic programs. Thank you for your interest in supporting Bethel’s commitment to provide high quality learning experiences for our students.
Teach 2 sections of EDU 271 Spring 2022. The purpose of this course is to examine the psychological foundations of teaching and learning. We ask, how do people learn and how can we as educators facilitate and amplify the learning process? We will focus on examples and projects in the context of K-6 classrooms.
Teach one or two sections of EDU 372 (3 credits), as available. This course focuses on the psychological foundations of education, with an emphasis on Grades 3-6. This includes: growth and development, the nature and conditions of learning, and implications for teaching, lesson planning, and evaluation. Teacher/student relationships and strategies for maintaining a constructive classroom environment are also explored. A special emphasis will be given to: encouraging student engagement, understanding and analyzing classroom management issues, differentiation, and recognizing and meeting the needs of exceptional students.
Teach NAS102D: Science Concepts: Earth / Space Science (2 sections, 2-credit course), a required course for students majoring in elementary education. Study of fundamental concepts and processes of earth/space science. Emphasis on the means by which science knowledge is produced through inquiry-based activities, which are an important, active-learning component in elementary school education. This is a half-semester, lab-based course.
Teach EDU 272: Language and Literacy Development for Young Learners, K-3 (1 section, 5-credit course). Foundational knowledge about language development, literacy development, instructional methods, assessment practices, the creation of a literate and motivating environment, and the encouragement of family engagement in literacy are topics covered in this course.
Supervise graduate-level teacher candidates during their student teaching. Supervisors are needed in the areas of secondary science education, secondary mathematics education, and secondary business education. Supervisors will travel to schools to observe and mentor teacher candidates, and use software to conduct video observations. Must have daytime availability to drive to schools; must have own transportation and computer with Internet access.
Teach one or two sections of PSY100 (3 credits). This course focuses on the methods,
theories, and principal findings of psychological investigation. This course is currently
scheduled to be taught as a weekly course, one section on Monday nights and one on
Tuesday nights (6-9PM).
Teach one section of PSY215 (Social Psychology; 3 credits). This course examines
behavior and experience of individuals and groups in relation to other individuals and
groups. Theory, method, and findings in areas such as conformity, persuasion, social
cognition, attraction, altruism, aggression, prejudice, group behavior, and applied
topics. This course is scheduled to be taught on Tuesday evenings from 6-9PM.
Adjunct instructor needed to teach an established introductory graphic design course focusing on basic software acquisition skills. Course covers the following software and web technologies: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign and introductory HTML & CSS. Course is delivered in a hybrid format.
Adjunct Instructor of Health and Applied Science, includes high school and/undergraduate teaching of at least one course per semester.
Faculty Appointment in Nursing, Social Work, and Community Health (one-year fulltime appointment)
We are seeking a candidate with strong teaching skills and an active research agenda to teach computer science and possible mathematics courses and mentor undergraduate students in the department.
Teach courses in anatomy, physiology, and neuroscience and participate in a research program involving undergraduates.
Teach introductory chemistry courses and lab sections for science and/or nursing majors.
Orchestra conductor and Director of String Activities
This is a one-year, full-time faculty position in the Graduate School assisting in providing leadership for the Physician Assistant program (the period of August 15, 2021-May 31, 2022).