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Instructor-Assistant Professor (CALL-Hybrid Course Development)

Date 2013-01-22 05:01:47 Location : North America

The Department of Linguistics, and Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages and the English Language Center at Michigan State University seek to hire individuals with experience in technology-based language pedagogy. One position is for an individual in English as a Second Language. These skilled individuals will form a core team of language professionals with proficiency in educational technology who can work closely together to lead hybrid and online language learning course development within the College of Arts and Letters with the ultimate goals of building courses/activities for language instruction that are oriented around ACTFL proficiency standards. Successful candidates will have technology and language-instruction experience that support the creation of instructional materials that rely on best practices for face-to-face and technology-based instruction.

The candidates' responsibilities will include language instruction and close collaboration with MSU's Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA) and other language teaching faculty in developing hybrid or online language courses and/or in general supporting the technology efforts of the language curriculum.

Review of applications will begin February 4, 2013 and will continue until the positions are filled.

This position will begin August 16, 2013 and is for a two-year academic appointment with the possibility of renewal. Rank will be dependent on qualifications.

Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience

Candidates should have at least an MA degree in an appropriate field and significant experience teaching languages in technology-enhanced settings. In addition, native or demonstrated near-native fluency in English is required. Qualifications also include strong experience developing and teaching hybrid and/or online language courses and, preferably, research in a related field.