Teaches academic subjects, such as... [+] More
Teaches academic subjects, such as English, mathematics, or foreign languages, to groups or individuals requiring private instruction, adapting curriculum to meet individual's needs. This is typically a part-time, non-salaried, non-tenure track position in which the instructor is paid for each class taught.
Meets regularly with students requiring academic improvement, providing assistance in better understanding of a specific subject and developing basic skills and study skills, with or without computer-aided instruction. Maintains records on students, evaluating and following up on students' individual progress. Maintains and develops curriculum. Maintains course syllabi and lesson plans. Maintains records of student attendance. Administers tests to class. Maintains an accurate and fair grading policy. Post grades according to schedule. Ensures that students adhere to school policies. Maintains laboratories and classrooms in a clean and orderly manner rendering them ready for the next session. Motivates, encourages, and assists students with career and course selection, as well as class attendance. Maintains current and accurate information and techniques related to subjects taught. Attends in-service training, faculty meetings, and required committee meetings. Assists in development of academic policies and procedures. May serve as academic advisor to designated students. May notify registrar of any change in student status. May tutor students as necessary. May submit proposed outline for following week's class sessions. (Source: eDOT Job Description) [-] Less
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