College of Western Idaho Teacher, Dual Enrollment in Nampa, Idaho
DUAL ENROLLMENT TEACHER
The Dual Enrollment Teacher is a high school teacher who has articulated a high school course with specific College of Western Idaho course objectives, assessment tools, and student learning outcomes. In order to offer college credit for these courses, all work related to the articulation process must be submitted and approved by the College liaison with the specified instructional department. This position serves as the primary point of contact for their dual credit students, providing program information, academic advising, and student support services. The teacher also is responsible for making the College aware of situations where additional support for a student may be necessary.
Teachers who are approved may earn up to $18 per credit, per student. Eligibility for pay is determined by each school district.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB **
- Ability to teach one or more courses in the following academic areas in the high school setting.
- Conveys by words and action the values expected by CWI.
- Submits curriculum and materials as requested by the dual credit office or assigned mentor.
- Works in partnership with a CWI faculty mentor to ensure the integrity of college coursework is being met.
- Allows mentor to sit in on one classroom evaluation once a year.
- Attends a new hire orientation and/or one mandatory professional development event each school year.
- Acts as an advisor and liaison for dual credit students.
- Verifies course roster is accurate after registration has closed.
- Enters grades into myCWI in a timely fashion.
- Provides referrals to students regarding CWI Support services.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in related field and five years experience teaching proposed Dual Credit course, or 12 graduate credits in discipline may be considered. Teachers are approved to move ahead in the curriculum alignment process based off of these minimum qualifications. Approval to teach a particular class is dependent upon successful curriculum alignment process and mentor approval. Criteria may change depending upon the specific course.
In addition to the above qualifications, a superior candidate will have:
- Master’s degree in discipline
- Other qualifying professional experience related to discipline.
Tracking Code: 280-801
Salary Range: $18 per credit, per student