American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Program (C114) is the only full-time program of academic study American Sign Language (ASL) in Ontario.
Location : St. James Campus (200 King Street)
The American Sign Language and Deaf Studies program is open to both Deaf and non-deaf students and provides intensive training in American Sign Language (ASL).
This is an immersion program.
George Brown College is seeking a part-time faculty member for the 2019-2020 academic year. The program offers a variety of courses.
Candidate should have at least an undergraduate degree or have credentials related to teaching American Sign Language as a second language.
The interested candidates should have experience teaching adults using digital learning and online platforms.
This course introduces grammatical structures of American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf culture. Students learn to communicate in ASL through face-
to-face and small group conversations. Students develop the ability to understand and use ASL sentences, question forms, time concepts, etc.
In addition, students develop the ability to comprehend and communicate short, direct statements, commands and directions.
Students also learn to initiate, conduct and terminate conversations in ASL. As well, this course explores opportunities for students to self-
assess one's own ASL skills for further development.
To Apply :
Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Dr. Zeenat Janmohamed, Chair School of School of Social and Community Services & School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies, at zjanmoha georgebrown.ca.
Deadline for applications :
Open Until Filled.
George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.