Trinity Christian College is seeking a part-time adjunct instructor to teach K-12 Spanish Methods in the Adult Studies Education Department.
AEDU 326 Teaching Spanish (6) â€“ This course involves study, discussion, and application of theories, methods, and techniques of teaching Spanish in grades K-12. Specific topics include instructional strategies, objectives and planning, content and organization, methods of instruction, curriculum trends, teaching aids, and assessment.
All inquiries should be directed to:
Dr. Sharon Price, Director of Adult Studies Education
Trinity Christian College is a four-year liberal arts college located in Palos Heights, Illinois, a suburb twenty miles southwest of Chicago. Since its founding in 1959, Trinity has provided its students with an excellent Christian higher education in the Reformed tradition. The College enrollment in the traditional program is about 1,100 with a vibrant residential program. We offer majors in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, as well as professional programs in accounting and business administration, nursing, education, computer science, pre-medicine, and pre-law. Trinity also offers master's programs in counseling psychology and special education as well as degree completion programs in education and business. Trinity Christian College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.
Requirements: Master's degree or higher in Spanish is required. Must speak, read, and write fluently in Spanish, and be licensed to teach Spanish in the state of Illinois. Experience must include instruction in advance level Spanish in secondary high school. Experience at the college level preferred. The candidate must also be able to work with adult students independently in a collaborative setting.
Trinity seeks candidates for faculty positions who are professing Christians and committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service. They should support the goals of a strong liberal arts education in the tradition of Reformed Christian higher education and be competent to demonstrate to students a mature articulation of faith and learning.