Adjunct Instructor, Reading and Critical Thinking
Start Date – Fall Semester, 2019
Department – Liberal Arts
Reading and Critical Thinking
Tuesday /Thursday 8:30am-9:55am
In this course, students learn to think, read, and write critically and to express themselves articulately in written form and discussions through close reading and analysis of a variety of texts. Students practice the writing and analytical process through generating and supporting ideas, writing drafts, and using critiques as a basis for revising and editing. They further their editorial skills through offering peer commentary on each other’s work. Critical thinking and communication skills learned in this class form a vital foundation for students’ success in future studio and liberal arts courses and for becoming an active participant in their own learning.
A Master’s degree is required. Three years higher education experience preferred. Position takes place in an educational environment; manual dexterity to use computers is required.
How To Apply:
To apply, please forward a letter of interest, a current resume/cv to the Human Resource department at Montserrat College of Art, email@example.com, and to Erin Dionne, Liberal Arts Division Chair (erin.dionne@Montserrat.edu), with the subject line “Reading and Critical Thinking”.
August 13, 2019
About this Organization:
Montserrat is a young, dynamic professional college of art located on Boston's North Shore. We offer a 4-year BFA degree as well as Pre-College, Continuing Education, and Young Artists' programs.