Suffolk University Part time INTO Lecturer in Boston, Massachusetts

Part time INTO Lecturer

Faculty & LecturersBoston, Massachusetts

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Description

Summary Suffolk University invites qualified candidates to apply for a Part time INTO Lecturer of INTO Suffolk University. INTO University Partnerships collaborates with leading universities to provide international students with a personalized and highly supportive learning environment allowing them to acclimate to life on a US university campus and prepare for long-term academic success. The primary responsibilities of an INTO Lecturer are to teach courses, develop lesson plans, and integrate best practices for content learning with a diverse population to ensure competence in English as a second language. The INTO Lecturer will teach Academic English courses in addition to completing administrative tasks and adhering to course-specific guidelines that complement normal instructional course responsibilities assigned by the university.The primary responsibilities of an INTO Lecturer are to teach courses, develop lesson plans, and integrate best practices for content learning with a diverse population to ensure competence in English as a second language. The INTO Lecturer will teach Academic English courses in addition to completing administrative tasks and adhering to course-specific guidelines that complement normal instructional course responsibilities assigned by the university.Primary/Principal Responsibilities:

  • Teach Academic English course(s) on a part-time basis.

  • Assess, grade and report on students enrolled in assigned Academic English courses.

  • Maintain daily attendance records.

  • Communicate students’ academic performance on a regular basis including formal mid-term and final evaluation/progress reports.

  • Attend orientation, semester meetings and end of the semester meetings. Provide a recommendation for students based upon their academic performance.

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in TESOL or related area

  • Three to five years of relevant teaching experience

  • Strong computer skills including MS Office, Outlook and Blackboard

  • Knowledge of successful strategies for classroom management, especially in terms of linguistically and culturally diverse students.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Creativity and flexibility in the classroom is expected. Comfortable teaching a range pf ESL levels with flexibility in accommodating students of different backgrounds.

  • Proven ability to work independently and as part of a team