Regional Student Services: (Middletown Campus) Mathematics Specialist to serve as the administrator for the Developmental Math Program and the math and statistics tutoring program; serve as academic advisor, coach, and tutor for students in need of math support. Teach in the math and the education departments (MTH 025, 049, 125, 151, EDT 110r, EDL177, EDT310) one (1) or two (2) courses per semester; observe developmental math faculty on Middletown’s campus. Support tutoring center by recruiting, recommending for hire, and training student math and stats tutors and general Tutoring Center administration; develop, implement, and maintain interventions for at-risk and unsuccessful math students; provide professional math tutoring; monitor that the correct students are in the correct courses; check all math students to verify that they are NOT remediation-free students; check mandatory placement for MTH 125 for all campuses; attend all MPS departmental meetings; participate in the longitudinal assessment of the developmental math programs; maintain current knowledge of math educational and homework softwares: Connect, MyMathLab, Hawkes Learning Systems, ALEKS, and WebAssign; provide advising for under-prepared math students especially those in the College Readiness program and participate in orientation; perform other duties as assigned.
Require: Master’s degree in mathematics, math education or related field with three (3) years teaching and some experience at the college level; experience teaching advanced algebra and demonstrated knowledge of calculus I, as well as experience with student who struggle with math. This position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Desire: Five (5) years teaching at the college level; experience teaching calculus II; experience coordinating a tutoring program. An in-depth understanding of working with math phobic and math adverse students. Experience with math software and current pedagogical methods for math instruction.
Inquiries about the posting can be directed to Brenda Smith at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin on June 25, 2018 and continues until position is filled.
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