Boyce Faculty - Teacher Education

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JOB QUALIFICATIONS

Candidates should possess the following qualifications:
• A terminal degree (Ph.D or Ed.D.) in a field related to the subject.
• Testimony of personal faith in Jesus Christ and evidence of a mature Christian lifestyle.
• Professional and/or pastoral experience in the field (preferred but not required).
• Full agreement with the Abstract of Principles and the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message.
• Support for the mission and vision of Boyce College.

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JOB FUNCTIONS

Faculty members in the Teacher Education program have the following essential job functions:

  • Develop and teach courses within the Teacher Education program.
  • Teach consistent with and not contrary to the Abstract of Principles and the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message.
  • Work closely with the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board, the council on Post-Secondary Education, and Association of Christian Schools International to assure full state accreditation for the Boyce EPP.
  • Participate in Watermark training and train cooperating teachers and administrators in Watermark as needed.
  • Supervise student teachers as required by the Program Coordinator.
  • Supervise field experience placements as required by the Program Coordinator.
  • Reviews assessments of the EPP and recommends changes and modifications to the CTE.
  • Pursue ongoing scholarly and ministerial development through avenues such as: writing projects, conference presentations, speaking engagements, and local church involvement.
  • Participate in ongoing instructional and student assessment efforts, as needed.
  • Keep regular office hours and be generally available to meet with and mentor students.
  • Participate in the recruiting and hiring of additional faculty members within the program (both full-time and adjunct), as needed, under the supervision of the Program Coordinator.
  • Recruit and supervise graders and teaching assistants within the program, under the supervision of the Program Coordinator.
  • Participate in various campus events such as new student orientation and Preview Day as well as ongoing recruitment efforts.
  • Attend regular faculty and divisional meetings as directed by the Dean of Boyce College.
  • Develop strategic professional objectives and report them to the Dean on an annual basis.
  • Perform other duties as needed by the Program Coordinator or the Dean.

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