To teach: College Reading Methods (READ 106) Improving reading comprehension, vocabulary, and rate. A variety of content- area (textbook) attack strategies for coping with college-level reading material, including metacognitive skills, text analysis, orientation skills, and adaptation skills OR Directed Studies Seminar 1 (DIST 100) Developing strategies for managing the changes that impact Directed Studies students in order to enhance their opportunity for college success. OR College Study Methods (UNIV 101) Basic college academic survival skills and study techniques. Topics include basic learning theory, personal learning styles, active listening, basic study techniques such as SQ3R, note-taking, test-taking, and reducing test anxiety, improving concentration and memory, and controlling the study environment. OR Career Exploration and Planning (CARE 102) This course will provide students with the opportunity to explore college programs, career options and employment viability. Students will discover how educational planning can help them with their lifelong career decision making process. Students will develop personal educational and career plans based on interests and skills using strength-based assessment.
Master's degree in Education, Career and Technical Education, Educational Counseling, Reading, or a related field
Required Work Experience:
Experience teaching reading and/or developmental studies at the college or K-12 levels.
Proposed Salary: Standard per credit rate for FNTFO assignments
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