Application Restrictions Open to both Internal and external Job Type Sessional Faculty (No RoFR) Posting In effect from 26 / 11 / 2019 Closing Application Date 10 / 12 / 2019 Applications will be reviewed commencing the closing application date and may continue until the position is filled.
Instructional Type Academic / Career(max 24 credits) Anticipated Start Date 6 / 1 / 2020 Position End Date (If Applicable) 25 / 4 / 2020 DUTIES
The School of Education (Faculty of Education and Social Work) at Thompson Rivers University invites applications for sessional faculty member(s) to teach courses in the Master of Education Program, Winter 2020.
Writing in a Graduate Context (EDUC 5990); and Learning About Learning (EDUC 5000). These courses are part of the Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies, which prepares students for the M.
Ed. These courses are scheduled for weekday evening delivery.
Research Colloquium acquaints students with current educational research issues, facilitates the development of a graduate culture, and builds community among Education graduate students and faculty members.
This course has three components : participation in the Education Research Colloquium series, participatory seminars, and lectures.
In the colloquium series, researchers from TRU and guests from other institutions present their current research. By actively participating in the research colloquium, students become familiar with a wide variety of research studies, which are directly or indirectly relevant to educational issues.
In the participatory seminars, students practice their critical thinking skills by leading discussions on the research colloquium presentations.
In the lectures, students learn how to interpret research reports and critically respond to them. The lectures also acquaint students with the academic discourse and sound theory and research.
Writing in a Graduate Context focuses on developing skills that will support students in their developing academic writing skills for writing in a graduate context.
Through structured experiences, non-judgmental reflection, and small-group sharing & support, students have opportunities to develop understanding of their strengths and challenges as writers in a graduate context, and to work on the skills they need to succeed in an M.Ed. program.
Learning about Learning aims to support students exploring their own perspectives on learning as well as taking a look at contemporary theories of learning developed by academics in the education field.
At the same time the course is designed to support students in becoming more effective advanced academic learners in the field of Education.
The course is based on the theoretical perspective that there are many ways of learning and knowing, each developing within its own particular social context.
Please Note : If you are selected for interview, External Candidates will be required to bring a copy of their transcripts to the interview Pay Band According to TRUFA Salary Schedule Location Kamloops, BC CA (Primary)
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Masters of Education Diversity and Inclusion Commitment : Thompson Rivers University is strongly committed to fostering diversity within our community.
We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, our faculty and its scholarship including, but not limited to, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.
Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, however applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
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