River Grove, IL
- Directly responsible to the Department Chairperson or appropriate administrator.
- Instructs students in the facts, skills, and appreciations pertaining to the assigned courses.
- Considers the general and special needs of the students, assists them in meeting their problems, and when necessary, seeks additional help from other college services.
- Informs students of educational and occupational opportunities.
- Observes schedule as approved by the department chairperson and appropriate administrator.
- Cooperates with the department chairperson department members,
and the appropriate administrators in the development of the curriculum, in the preparation and update of course syllabi, course outlines, and the selection of textbooks.
- Recommends library books and other instructional materials.
- Assists in the organization and meetings of advisory committees where applicable.
- Consults with department chairperson on matters pertaining to departmental problems; observes proper channels of communications.
- When needed, maintains an inventory of assigned equipment and supplies.
- Submits midterm and final grade reports, deficiency notices, attendance records, and any other reports pertaining to the assigned course. Faculty will cooperate with the department Chairperson and the department members to provide artifacts of student learning outcomes for the assessment of course, program and general education outcomes. When the faculty receives the aggregate data of assessment results back, they determine if and what curricular changes are needed.
- Participates in the formation of policies and regulations and assists in enforcing the regulations. Informs department chairperson in writing of any pending problem that might have a detrimental effect on the college.
- Participates in faculty and professional organizations.
- Attends scheduled monthly departmental/program meetings when there is no conflict with a professional responsibility.
- Distributes to all students each term a course outline which covers the class requirements, grading procedure, attendance requirements, and objectives the instructor feels are appropriate.
- Master's degree in Psychology or Master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Psychology; Doctoral degree in Psychology preferred.
- Previous teaching experience in child, adolescent and other developmental psychology courses preferably at the community college level.
- Well-versed in course/program-level assessment and background and training in online teaching using a traditional Learning Management System. Willingness in helping students transition from community college to four-year institutions and appreciation for the social and democratic value of community college education.
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Triton College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.