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Adjunct Faculty for Dual Enrollment English

Ben Lippen Upper School
Part-time
5 months/varies
November 27, 2017

Summary

The Ben Lippen English adjunct faculty member is responsible to teach one section of Composition and Research to high school students interested in seeking dual enrollment credit for the course.  

Responsibilites

  • Establish a strong academic, social and cognitive presence
  • Communicate regularly with students
  • Grade student work with rubrics and provide appropriate feedback offered in a timely manner
  • Offer suggestions for course improvements

 

Qualifications

  • An individual who has a strong Christian worldview and is able to cultivate that worldview in the lives of the students.
  • A demonstrated ability and interest to innovatively and appropriately bring technologies (including the iPad) into the classroom in order to support student learning.
  • A clear desire and ability to teach in a student-centered, problem-based learning environment.
  • A demonstrated ability to lead students toward collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking.
  • Demonstrated experience working in a diverse international community and strong cross-cultural skills.
  • Master's degree required with minimum 18 hours of credit in subject field, doctorate preferred.

 

Please complete the Ben Lippen employment application and submit to Ben Lippen School.

Adjunct Faculty for Dual Enrollment Psychology

Ben Lippen Upper School
Part-time
5 months/various hours
November 27, 2017

Summary

The Ben Lippen psychology adjunct faculty member is responsible to teach one section of General Psychology to high school students interested in seeking dual enrollment credit for the course.  

Responsibilities

  • Establish a strong academic, social and cognitive presence
  • Communicate regularly with students
  • Grade student work with rubrics and provide appropriate feedback offered in a timely manner
  • Offer suggestions for course improvements

Qualifications

  • A demonstrated ability and interest to innovatively and appropriately bring technologies (including the iPad) into the classroom in order to support student learning.
  • A clear desire and ability to teach in a student-centered, problem-based learning environment.
  • A demonstrated ability to lead students toward collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking.
  • Demonstrated experience working in a diverse international community and strong cross-cultural skills.
  • Masters degree required with minimum 18 hours of credit in subject field, doctorate preferred.

 

Please complete the Ben Lippen employment application and submit to Ben Lippen School.

CIU Thespians Present “The 39 Steps”

A Review by Michael A. Lanier

I walked into Hoke Auditorium, believing that I already knew what to expect from the CIU Thespians' newest production, The 39 Steps. I was already familiar with the story: the famous Alfred Hitchcock directed the film adaption of the popular novel back in the 1950s, and having seen the movie, I was ready for the suspenseful British tale to come to life on the stage. But what I did not expect was the twist that the Thespians put on this famous story, and that twist was a hearty dose of comedy.

“In Step” "At the Hop”

Meghann Miller and Josiah Anzenberger dress in '50s fashion.

CIU students prepped for the annual winter formal with an evening of swing dance lessons and a little competition. To add to the fun, students dressed in “sock hop” fashion as if it were the 1950s. 

The winning dance couple was Josiah Anzenberger and Meghann Miller.

Anzenberger says he only learned to swing dance about a month ago and he says he “loved it right away.”

So when he and Miller won the competition, it was only his second time dancing. He says he was “very surprised to win.”

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