A. Address and present in writing the relationship of the NJ Core and Cross Content Curriculum Standards to the workshop where appropriate.
B. Demonstrate student activities which teachers can take to the classroom and use immediately.
C. Use technology as a tool to enhance instruction.
D. Use up-to-date materials and technology.
E. Workshop outline and materials completed and approved two weeks prior to workshop date for distribution.
F. Perform other duties as assigned. (M.E.)
A. Expertise in content area.
C. Must be personable and have a broad understanding that teacher participants may have equal or better credentials than the workshop leader.
D. Experience working with K-12 personnel in a hands-on setting.
E. Knowledge of learning styles.
F. Knowledge and understanding of growth and development of K-12 students.
G. Appropriate knowledge of grade level content.
H. Excellent presentation, oral and listening skills.
A. Experience in the delivery of workshops to K-12 personnel.
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Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applications will only be accepted online and requires a completed professional application, along with attaching a coy of your current resume and cover letter. Transcripts and three letters of professional reference are optional attachments. If you are called for an interview, you will be required to bring these documents with you.
Hours of Work:
The Reserve Workshop Leader shall be employed on an “on call as needed” basis for the duration of the workshops. Compensation and benefits shall be in accordance with the FAOCC Agreement and pertinent Board of Trustees policies. Regular, prompt attendance shall be considered an essential job responsibility.
Days of Work:
If other, please specify:
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