|Adjunct Faculty Title||Instructor of Psychology|
|Job Type||Adjunct Faculty|
|Employee Type||Part Time|
|Course(s)||Intro to Psychology|
|Anticipated Schedule||Flexible Online|
|Pay Rate Information||
You will be placed on our Adjunct Faculty Matrix
|Position Start Date||01/10/2023|
|Position End Date|
Share your as a part of MCC's Psychology Department. MCC instructors are higher education professionals who champion student learning. They engage and inspire students, applying innovative teaching and learning pedagogies to reach a variety of learners. They assess student learning to ensure student success, staying abreast of current and emerging trends in the discipline. Our instructors collaborate within the College as discipline experts, helping the College to reach its strategic goals through active participation and by promoting the College to future students throughout our community.
Including but are not limited to:
– Teach courses as assigned by the College.
– Available to teach daytime, evening, or weekend classes, as needed
– Available for student conferences either before or after class, and by College email if necessary
– Develop syllabus using MCC syllabus template
– Work cooperatively within the department, the division, and throughout the College in striving for educational excellence
– Conduct regular assessment of student learning
– Maintain and submit accurate student and course-related paperwork and data needed for College purposes in a timely fashion
– Document and report attendance daily and maintain and submit accurate attendance records weekly
– Submit grade reports electronically by the required date
– Utilize a variety of pedagogical techniques to meet the diverse needs of our student population
– Utilize computer-based instruction and databases when necessary
– A master's degree in psychology or a master's degree and 18 graduate credit hours in psychology
– Experience teaching Introduction to Psychology courses
– Willingness to use educational technology (i.e. course management platform such as Canvas)
– Demonstrated commitment to professional growth, especially regarding contemporary expertise specific to assigned teaching content
– Commitment to the mission of the community college, and to teaching and motivating community college students in ways appropriate to their diverse backgrounds
– Strong communication, organization, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills
|Other Required Qualifications||
– A master's degree in psychology
– Demonstrated teaching experience
|Applications accepted until the position is filled?||No|
|If No, Application Deadline Date|
|Special Instructions to Applicants||
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