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  • 04 Aug 2011 3:46 PM | Anonymous
    0.8 FTE German position at North High School, ISD 622, is a 1 year leave replacement. TPRS preferred.

    Please contact HR and begin application process at 651-748-7420
  • 29 Jul 2011 10:45 AM | Anonymous
    The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota, Minnesota's leading non-profit provider of immigration legal, education, and advocacy services, seeks a part-time immigration policy/advocacy assistant. Prefer bilingual/bicultural English-Spanish language and culture; experience with state and federal immigration law or policy. Cover letter and resume preferred by email to Applications due by August 8. No phone calls please.
  • 29 Jul 2011 10:44 AM | Anonymous

    The Minnesota Immigrant Freedom Network has begun its search for a new director of the organization.
    For details and application instructions visit either or the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Job Board.
  • 12 Jul 2011 11:24 AM | Anonymous

    Kindergarten Teacher

    Mandarin Immersion

    .50 FTE

    Mandarin Language Classroom
    River Grove Elementary School

    • Provide instruction in Mandarin kindergarten in both Spanish and English.

    • Contribute leadership, evaluation, and development to new program design and implementation.

    • Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and, in harmony with the goals, establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate these objectives to students.

    • Strive to implement by instruction and action the district’s philosophy of education and instructional goals and objectives.

    • Assess students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

    • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students.

    • Work with small and large groups and individual students.

    • Translate lesson plans into developmentally appropriate learning experiences.

    • Familiarity with Total Physical Response (TPR) methodology for teaching in an immersion program.

    • Assist with the preparation, organization, and maintenance of teaching materials, classroom supplies, and learning games.

    • Monitor movement of students from one instructional area to another.

    • Maintain orderly and accurate records, reports, rosters, and attendance records for assigned site.

    • Maintain good rapport with students and parents/guardians.

    All applicants must have a valid teaching license with ECE Authorization. Applicants must be able to demonstrate the ability to speak, read and write fluently in both Mandarin and English. The district literacy program, Read Well, is taught in English.

    If you have an application on file with the district, please call 503-534-2468 to have it considered for this position.

    Click here to obtain an application.  

    In addition to the application, each packet should include a cover letter, résumé, placement file or three (3) letters of recommendation, unofficial transcripts, and a copy of a teaching license. Deadline for receipt of application is June 30, 2011, or when filled.

    Special Requirements:
    The person employed for this position must be able to verify identity and employment authorization and complete a pre-employment record check.

  • 01 Jul 2011 9:27 AM | Anonymous
    Job Description
    The mission of the Center for Global Education at Augsburg College is to provide cross-cultural educational opportunities that foster critical analysis of local and global conditions so that personal and systemic change takes place leading to a more just and sustainable world.

    Plan and coordinate the development and implementation of 20 - 30 short term educational international travel seminar programs annually for academic and non-academic institutions across the U.S. and Canada. The programs are handled at five permanent CGE sites in Central America and Southern Africa, as well as selected other locations.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Coordinate travel seminar program planning and arrangements with sponsors and international site staff for trips to Central America
    • Construct seminar budgets and pricing
    • Flight arrangements
    • Develop brochure text
    • Work with ITS director to coordinate revenue of $500 - $600k in net travel revenue
    • Price travel seminars for Cuba, Bolivia and Central America
    • Bilingual Spanish Coordinator and point person for program development in Central America
    • Develop and plan travel seminars with Spanish speaking coordinators in Cuba and Bolivia
    • Act as offical designated representative for Augsburg College to conduct travel seminars to Cuba as stipulated by the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
    • Lead short-term internatioanl travel seminars as required, providing an interface with local consultants/staff, monitoring group needs, and helping groups to reflect on their learning experience
    Required Skills
    • Must be fluent in Spanish with the ability to read and write in Spanish
    • Cross-cultural teaching/training experience preferred
    • Previous supervisory experience preferred
    • Microsoft Office experience required (Word, Excel); FrontPage, Access, PageMaker, Microsoft Project experience preferred
    • Previous experience working in higher education preferred
    • Ability to work in a diverse work environment required
    • Ability to work independently or with little supervision; multi-task and organize workflow required
    Required Experience
    • Three years relevant program management or administrative experience required
    • Prior study abroad or international travel or living experience required, preferably to Latin America
    • Master's degree or equivalent experience preferred.  Bachelor's degree required.
    Job Location
    Minneapolis, MN, US.

    Position Type

    Application deadline July 17; apply here.
  • 18 Jun 2011 10:04 AM | Anonymous
    St. Paul Preparatory School (SPP) is a college preparatory, international high school located in the downtown area of St. Paul, MN. SPP has an opening for a part time Chinese language teacher beginning August, 2011; the classes taught will be Chinese Language, Levels I and II. Qualified candidates will hold a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and are preferably licensed to teach in the state of Minnesota. Please email or fax 651-288-4616 your information to Gina Robertson. This posting will remain available until the position is filled.
  • 13 Jun 2011 10:07 AM | Anonymous
    Washburn High School is seeking to employ a full time World Language teacher of Spanish preferably trained in IB. Expectations include the following:
    Provide effective student-centered, performance-based instruction in language and cultures. 
    Provide students opportunities to use and create personal meaning with language for various purposes in a wide range of contexts.
    Understand current language acquisition theories, use new instructional approaches for diverse learners with distinctive learning styles, and have a solid grounding in the use of technology to enhance language learning.

    Open until filled (original deadline June 8) or email for information
  • 05 Jun 2011 9:12 AM | Anonymous

    Position Available:Instructor or Assistant Professor in Chicana/o Studies, fixed-term position or probationary position.* (contingent on funding) (Vacancy Number 793614) Salary:Commensurate of qualifications and experience Date of Appointment:August 16, 2011 Responsibilities:

    Probationary appointment: Teach courses in Chicano/a Studies (introductory, cultural expressions, contemporary issues) and an upper level course in Ethnic Studies. To be considered for tenure, the successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to: 1) teach and/or perform assignment effectively; 2) conduct scholarly achievement or research; 3) continue preparation and study in discipline; 4) contribute to student growth and development; and 5) provide service to the university and community.

    Fixed-term position: Teach introductory courses in Chicana/o Studies and an introductory course on major U.S. communities of color; engage in community outreach; work with students both formally and informally. Note: Determination about position status (probationary or fixed-term) is subject to university approval.

    Qualifications and Experience:

    For consideration for a Probationary position:

    Required: Ph.D. or other terminal degree from an accredited institution. Demonstrated ability to teach and work with persons from culturally diverse populations.

    Preferred: Highly desired will be the candidate who has teaching and research in Chicano communities, experience in study abroad programs in Mexico, border areas and/or indigenous Latin America; ability to serve as a mentor for Chicana/o students; and knowledge of and/or experience in Chicana/o life in the U.S. Midwest. Bilingual Spanish speaking ability is also preferred.

    For consideration for a Fixed-Term position:

    Required: MA or MS degree with preference given to ABD. Demonstrated ability to teach and work with persons from culturally diverse populations. Apply to:St. Cloud State University Ethnic Studies Department, 51B-Room227 Jeanne Lacourt, Search Committee Chair 720 Fourth Avenue South St. Cloud , MN 56301-4498 Phone: 320.308.4928 Fax: 320.308.5660

    Application Information:

    Application must include a letter which addresses the criteria above, curriculum vitae, contact information for three (3) current, professional references, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and other evidence of qualifications as outlined above. Screening will begin June 21, 2011, with the position open until filled.

    *Employment for this position is covered by the collective bargaining agreement for the Inter Faculty Organization .


  • 02 Jun 2011 10:13 AM | Anonymous
    Minnesota elementary teaching licensure K-6 or 1-6, licensure via portfolio, or other method of state recognized licensure path or MN/China Teacher Exchange participation required.  Preparation and commitment to working effectively with diverse communities of learners; skill in providing for the individual learning needs of students; ability to create positive, inclusive learning environment; skill in using positive, constructive disciplinary approaches; ability to organize and plan for student learning; familiarity with current teaching/ learnin g theories; skill in establishing and maintaining positive relationships with diverse groups of students parents, and colleagues; diversity of interests and experiences.  Qualifications for and willingness to work with extracurricular activities.  Prefer experience working with elementary students.

    Additional requirements:
    Standard English language proficiency in speaking and writing required.  Standard Mandarin Chinese proficiency in speaking and writing required.  Must know Pinyin system.  Instructional experience teaching Mandarin Chinese

    Immersion teaching experience preferred, not required.

    Salary:  HEA Schedule

    FTE:  1.0 

    Start Date:  20 11-2012 School Year
    Open till filled

    XinXing Academy
    1001 Highway 7
    Hopkins, MN 55305

  • 25 May 2011 3:09 PM | Anonymous
    The Elementary Spanish Teacher/Coordinator, in consultation with others, will be responsible for developing a comprehensive, articulated FLEX (K) - FLES (1-2) program for our elementary students based on ACTFL proficiency standards. S/he will motivate students to develop the necessary skills and enthusiasm for language acquisition, and provide rich, instructional experiences as a foundation for the introduction of world languages and cultures in general and the Spanish language and its cultures in particular.  Working with classroom and specialist teachers, s/he will integrate vocabulary and concepts from other academic areas into the curriculum so that the language acquisition process does not exist as a discrete entity, but rather becomes part of the larger school experience for our students.  This teacher will possess a passion for language teaching and acquisition as well as an excitement for promoting the program, evidenced by interactions with students, colleagues, parents, and the community at large.    

    Desired Qualifications: 

    • Current Minnesota licensure in K-12 Spanish
    • Demonstrable native/near native fluency in both written and spoken Spanish
    • Knowledge of elementary teaching methodology, child development, and language acquisition principles
    • Skills necessary to create, develop, and promote a comprehensive K-2 FLEX/FLES program
    • Ability to articulate and manage the program development process for a new elementary curriculum and world language center
    • Experience with a wide range of teaching, class management, and assessment strategies and the ability to apply them in an elementary classroom setting
    • In-depth comprehension of all national (ACTFL) standards for Spanish and the capacity to assess and communicate student progress to parents and others   
    • Ability and commitment necessary to develop and continuously improve world language curriculum for elementary students at various grade levels
    • Willingness to work with other district world language teachers in assuring a well-articulated District-wide world languages program
    • Enthusiasm for promoting the elementary FLEX/FLES program with all program stakeholders
    • Strong oral and written interpersonal communication and presentational skills
    • Interest in working cooperatively with classroom teachers and others to integrate content area concepts and vocabulary into the world languages curriculum
    • Understanding of and willingness to differentiate instruction, as needed, for multiple learning styles and abilities
    • Flexibility
    • Ability to utilize and infuse technology into the classroom

    Contact Information: 

    Dr. Connie Fladeland, Principal

    Schuman Elementary School

Minnesota Council on the Teaching of Languages and Cultures
PO Box 11926, St. Paul MN 55111
technical inquiries:
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