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Job Description – ALP Level II & III Math Instructor

The Instructor is the educational leader in the classroom and will ensure that the Adult Learning Program and curricula are implemented in a way that maximizes student learning experiences. The Instructor is responsible for the supervision and evaluation of all learners within his/her teaching assignment, is committed to the Cunard/MetroWorks policies regarding equity, human rights and cross-cultural understanding, and reports directly to the Program Manager.

An ALP instructor at the Cunard Learning Centre shall perform such tasks as are assigned by the Manager on behalf of MetroWorks, and is required to undertake but not be limited by some or all of the tasks listed below. These tasks may vary from time to time.

Performance Responsibilities:

1. The ALP Math Instructor shall be on-site from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays or the hours/days as set out in his/her contract. Any change to these hours must be approved by the Manager. If at any time, the Instructor is to be late or absent, the Instructor must phone the Program Manager and other instructors at the earliest possible opportunity.

2.Demonstrate required knowledge of ALP Levels II and III curricula and programs as applies to their teaching assignment(s).

Level II
http://gonssal.ca/General-Public/Documents-Resources/documents/ALPMathematicsLevel22008.pdf

Level III
http://gonssal.ca/General-Public/Documents-Resources/documents/LevelIIIMathematicsCurriculumDocument.pdf

3.Demonstrates an ability to use a variety of methods to assess Student Learning Outcomes.

4.Prepares for assigned classes including developing and maintaining long range and daily instructional plans.

5.Use a variety of teaching strategies such as group work, lecture, mini-lessons, exploration, questioning, discussion, multi-media presentations, and other cooperative teaching techniques.

6.Strives to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the learners.

7.Models life-long learning and encourages students to develop as independent life-long learners.

8.Creates and maintains a classroom environment that is conducive to learning.

9.Develop and implement a system for in-class learner recognition.

10.Assists the Manger in implementing all policies and rules governing learner life and conduct.

11.Maintains accurate, complete records as required by the Manager, MetroWorks, and the Department of Labour and Advanced Education.

12.Attends and participates in scheduled staff and Centre improvement meetings.

13.Communicates regularly with learners regarding their individual learning and progress.

14.Treats students and colleagues in a respectful manner.

15.Actively pursue leadership roles at the Centre and promote leadership opportunities in the classroom.

16.Maintains and continues to improve professional competence.

17.Participates in learner recognition events.