ASL Course Developer Needed in Fairfax

ASL Course Developer Needed in Fairfax

Online American Sign Language (ASL) Course Developer
Fairfax County Public Schools
Job Posting: 
https://www.fcps.edu/careers/career-opportunities/other-career-opportunities

Hourly: $34.36 per Hour
Location: Anywhere

Description: The Online ASL Course Developer develops online curriculum and instructional materials; assists with planning, implementing, and delivery of digital courses aligned with the Fairfax County Public Schools Program of Studies for ASL language and culture. Reviews and selects supplemental materials and resources; designs or modifies teacher materials, and assessments to encourage interdisciplinary teaching and learning. Works with the Online Campus World Language Resource Teacher and the Instructional Services Department World Languages Specialist to ensure the accuracy and effectiveness of all materials and content.  Establishes a process to review and include feedback from ASL language educators into the quality assurance and course maintenance processes. Serves as a resource for regions, schools, and teachers.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with collegiate professional certification with an endorsement in PreK-12 World Language.  Minimum of three years successful experience as a World Language teacher, secondary level preferred.  Demonstrated knowledge of the World Languages curriculum and its application for students, usage of best practices for instruction and assessment, and implementation of digital learning environment pedagogy. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills as well as experience providing staff development.  Experience in curriculum development for online learning preferred.  Proficiency in Blackboard course development and assignment modules, as well as multimedia and web-design technologies (Adobe Presenter, Articulate, Dreamweaver, Respondus 4.0, and StudyMate), preferred.

To Apply: Interested applicants should send their resume to Ken Halla at khalla@fcps.edu.

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