Teach one course in Introductory American Sign Language per
semester. ASL faculty collaborate in curriculum planning and
selection of course materials.
Prepare course materials, coordinate with department faculty as
needed, conduct and oversee all class activities, administer
assessments, provide feedback to students, and submit final course
grades to the University Registrar.
Fluency in ASL and an understanding of deaf culture through
interaction with the deaf community required. Must have
demonstrated ability to teach ASL.
Experience teaching in post-secondary education is preferred.
Candidates must be committed to the liberal arts educational
mission and evangelical Christian orientation of the University and
demonstrate commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching.
Candidates must demonstrate the ability to contribute to Bethel's
anti-racism efforts and cross-cultural understanding.
M.A. in American Sign Language (ASL) or Deaf Studies from an
accredited college or university. Other academic degrees and
Compensation: Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications
Position open: Fall 2021
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