The Literacy department is establishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-time temporary teaching positions and full-time visiting faculty position openings. (Please note: FT Visiting positions are rare and they should not be the sole purpose for your application.)
A classroom based 3 credit hour course pays $2875 per class.The department typically hires for the courses/subject areas listed below but this list is not all inclusive. Other courses/subject areas may become available within the department. ILLUSTRATIVENEEDSINCLUDE: LIT 371 Teaching Elementary School Reading & Language Arts I LIT 372 Teaching Elementary School Reading & Language Arts II LIT 511 – Teaching Literacy in the Primary Grades LIT 516 – Teaching Literacy in the Intermediate Grades LIT 525 – Discrete Literacy Instruction and Assessment LIT 527 – Comprehension Instruction and Assessment LIT 528 – Literacy Foundations LIT 530 – Reading Recovery 1 LIT 531 – Reading Recovery 2 LIT 535 – Writing Instruction and Assessment LIT 549 – Literacy in the Middle and Secondary School LIT 560 – Children's and Young Adult Literature in the Curriculum LIT 590 – Teaching and Learning Literacy in the Digital Age LIT 630 – Literacy and Society LIT 669 – The Literacy Specialist and The Literacy Program LIT 690 – Assessment for the Specialized Literacy Professional LIT 693 – Applied Assessment and Instruction: Literacy Capstone and Practicum
Master's degree in Literacy/Reading Education or related field.
New York State certification in Literacy/Reading
Doctorate in Literacy/Reading Education or related field. Minimum of three years of B-12 teaching of reading.
Internal Number: 3456
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