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Provide direct instruction to adult students in English as a Second Language, GED Preparation and Career Pathway Programming. Responsibilities include lesson planning and instruction, conducting ongoing assessment, monitoring student attendance, collaborating with other staff on curriculum and content development, keeping student records and supporting volunteers. Requires using inquiry and cooperative teaching strategies to deliver instruction and integrating technology into learning. A growing percentage of instruction and student interaction moving to online platforms, requiring staff to have highly development distance learning skills.
Valid MN teaching license. Bi-lingual skills desired. Demonstrated use of 21st Century strategies and approaches to ensure all learners achieve at high levels. Experience in utilizing inquiry and collaborative teaching/learning approaches to instruction across all GED, ESL and Career Pathway content areas preferred with documented training and/or experience in using ABE’s College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education (CCRS) and Academic, Career and Employability Skills (ACES) Transitions Integration Framework (TIF). Previous experience in working with adult learners in an interactive, results-oriented environment preferred. Strong communication and organizational skills. Ability to be flexible and function well in a busy environment with high expectations for students and staff. Ability to work as a teacher-leader in building a collaborative learning partnership highly prized in a successful candidate. Digital literacy skills required, including integration of digital literacy into the student learning experience. Consistent and reliable attendance.
1.0 – Class Schedule and Program Calendar Available upon request.
Approximately 35 hours per week during core instructional calendar.
Monday through Thursday 8:00-4:00.
Monday and Tuesday evenings, 6-8:00 pm.
Occasional Friday commitments for Career Pathway instruction and professional development.
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