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Middle School Spanish and ESL Teacher – Belleville
The School District of Belleville is seeking a dynamic middle school Spanish teacher who will also assume English as a Second Language duties for students in grades 7-12. In a small district with approximately 35 EL students, the candidate will work collaboratively with the district’s EL Coordinator and Bilingual Resource Specialist, along with the high school Spanish teacher. The candidate will also have the opportunity to teach Spanish to every 5th and 6th grader in the district, as well as 7th and 8th grade students continuing on with Spanish. In addition, the candidate will serve as a translator/interpreter between the school, students and their parents throughout the school day, conferences and other school sponsored events.
This is a full-time position beginning with the 2023-2024 school year. Preferred candidates will be able to demonstrate the ability to support classroom teachers in planning lessons to differentiate for and support EL students and display the ability to scaffold core curriculum using research-based second language acquisition strategies. As a middle school Spanish teacher, candidates should demonstrate a thorough knowledge and command of the Spanish language as well as cultivate students’ interest in world languages and cultures. The ideal candidate would possess English as a Second Language (1395) and Spanish (1365) licenses and Bilingual-Bicultural Education.
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ESL Part-time Instructors: Madison College Campuses (Reedsburg, Portage, Watertown, and Fort Atkinson)
Oscar Diaz, the ESL/ELL Program coordinator at Madison College in Fort Atkinson shared this job opportunity. They are looking to expand their ESL/ELL classes in the Regionals (Regionals = Madison College campuses outside of Madison – Reedsburg, Portage, Watertown and Fort Atkinson) and they need instructors in those areas to do so. The commitment is two days per week, M/W or T/Th, 5:30pm – 8:20pm. In your application please mention what times and campus you prefer. Additional note: they are in dire need of an instructor at their Fort Atkinson site due to someone going on maternity leave. The substitution will be for 6-8 weeks starting March 20, 2023. To fill out an application, click here.
Assistant Professor of TESOL: UW-River Falls
This position directly supports coursework in applied linguistics at the graduate and undergraduate level, potentially teaching pedagogical grammar, educational linguistics, the history of language, the structure of English, ESL tutoring practicum, and vocabulary teaching. Colleagues in the department teach a normal load of eight courses a year. Within that load, teaching in the General Education program may, at times, be required. However, the primary responsibilities of this faculty position are to teach TESOL courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level; help maintain and update the curriculum; direct graduate theses and research studies; continually engage in the field of applied linguistics through teaching, research, and service; support the development of student internships, service learning, and other high-impact practices in the TESOL area; and maintain graduate faculty status. To learn more about this position, or to apply, click here.