Minnesota West Community and Technical College seeks a Teacher Preparation Partnership Education program coordinator and Education Instructor dedicated to excellence in teaching who desires to become part of a creative, vibrant, student-centered learning community. We are seeking an individual who is dedicated to teaching and is committed to students, student learning, and student success. Candidates should be interested in participating in classroom research, outcomes-based assessment, quality improvement, and faculty development. Candidate should be committed to the teaching profession and focused on equity and inclusion within that profession.
Deliver classroom and/or online instruction.
Teach courses in Worthington for both Southwest Minnesota State University and Minnesota West.
Participate in assessment of student learning.
Participate in department and college curriculum development.
Participate in college committees and college-wide initiatives.
Participate in department accreditation and review.
Engage in scholarly and other professional development activities.
Maintain consistent communication with students, staff, and administration.
Participate in college and community activities.
Adopt the latest technology into teaching methods.
Participate in new course development.
Conduct classroom research and other assessment/evaluation activities.
Experience working with underserved populations.
Coordinate the Teacher Preparation Partnership pathway work for the college.
Support District #518 teachers working with the pathway project.
Work with partners to develop an effective framework residency model within District #518.
Develop and implement an evaluation plan for the education pathway project.
Develop a cultural competency professional development training framework for teachers involved in the project.
Assist with the aligning, articulating, and implementing cultural responsive teaching practices throughout the district, with Minnesota West, with Southwest Minnesota State University, and with system partners.
Develop, arrange, and observe pre-service teachers in the classroom.
Communicate with District #518 and district leadership regarding program updates, questions, and opportunities.
Support communication efforts of the project by connecting with superintendents across Southwest Minnesota.
Work with pre-service teachers to arrange and organize scheduling, courses, and observations.
Develop and update college-level curriculum.
Participate in program review.
Assist with PELSB and accreditation efforts.
Assist with Future Teachers of America club at District #518.
Provide information on professional development opportunities (local, regional, and national) to involved teachers.
Master's degree with a major in education.
Three full-time years (or equivalent) of verified teaching experience at the elementary or secondary level.
One year of this work experience shall be within the five years immediately preceding the date of application for the credential field. The recency requirement shall be waived if the individual has two years of successful full-time (or equivalent) post-secondary teaching experience in the credential field within the last five years.
Doctorate in Education or appropriately related field.
K-12 licensure or abilty to obtain.
Five years of college-level or university-level teaching experience.
Experience with implementation of pedagogy for technical and community college students, as well as with university students.
Qualifications in content area for teaching methods courses in ELED (reading, math, language arts, science, etc.)
Experience with concurrent enrollment (REACH) or other PSEO programs.
Experience teaching online and hybrid courses.
Skills using latest teaching technologies, including learning management systems, video, and more.
Interest and experience in activities outside of the classroom such as grant writing, Higher Learning Commission accreditation, committee work, and faculty leadership.
Understanding of the mission of the community and technical college.
Multilingual or multicultural background.
You must apply online and attach an electronic resume and copy of your transcript(s) to your online application in order to be considered for this position. Paper applications and resumes will not be considered.
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About MINNESOTA WEST COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Minnesota West Community & Technical College is a comprehensive community and technical college with five southwestern Minnesota campuses: Canby, Granite Falls, Jackson, Pipestone, and Worthington and centers in Fairmont, Luverne, Marshall, and Redwood Falls. Students have the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree, Diploma, or Certificate in more than 60 disciplines. The college has a long and proud history, 70+ years, of providing highly specialized technical and liberal arts/transfer majors to students from throughout the region. Our graduates are successful and can be found in area businesses and industries across southwest Minnesota, northwest Iowa, South Dakota, and beyond.