A. Instruction of Academic Literacy Courses ---75%
A.1. Teach five to six sections of academic literacy and study strategy courses each semester. These courses include, but are not limited to, Developmental Reading Skills (2 cr.), College Reading Strategies (1 cr.), Comprehensive Study Skills (1 cr.) and Academic Recovery (2 cr.). Ability to teach in a variety of formats (face-to-face, hybrid, and online) is preferred.
A.2. Participate in curriculum development, using knowledge of educational theory, student development, and high-impact practices.
A.3. Engage in the assessment of student learning outcomes.
B. Non-Credit Individual and Group Instruction—15%
B.1. Provide individual, reading strategy and/or study skills coaching to students, upon request. Follow appropriate intake procedures and maintain accurate records. Develop instructional materials, as needed. Other topics for individual instruction may include preparation for taking entrance exams such as Foundations of Reading Test (FoRT) and Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS).
B2. Develop and present reading and learning strategy workshops in support of students’ academic goals. Topics include, but are not limited to: reading strategies, either of a general nature, or for a specific course or discipline; and preparation for the GRE, FORT, TEAS, or other high-stakes entrance exams.
C. Department and University Service---10%
C.1. Contribute to the development of learning assistance programming that supports academic success and retention. Collaborate with faculty and the campus community, as needed, to achieve meaningful outcomes.
C.2. Participate in strategic planning and program assessment.
C.3. Participate in the marketing of department programs.