Teach, mentor, and advise undergraduate and graduate students/candidates in Curriculum and Instruction with cognate in one of the following areas: English language arts and reading, mathematics, social studies, science or special education. Conduct scholarly research and publish in peer-reviewed journals. Provide service to the department, College, University, community, and profession.
- Earned doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction or related fields. ABD’s with a completion date prior to employment (January or August 2019) will be considered.
- Three years teaching experience in grades EC–6 or equivalent.
- 18 graduate credit hours in Curriculum and Instruction.
- Hold or be eligible to hold current teaching certification.
- Expertise in and commitment to field-based experiences.
- Applicants for a senior appointment must have a substantial publication record, current research agenda, a successful record of classroom teaching, and evidence of faculty leadership.
- Experience with and/or a commitment to working with culturally-diverse and/or at-risk student populations.
- Experience teaching in EC-6th grades.
- Experience with online course development and teaching.
- Record or evidence of potential for research and scholarly activities.
- Review of complete employment applications begins as soon as they are received. Position will remain open until filled, but for full consideration, applicants should apply by November 1, 2018.
- Completed employment application must include a letter of interest addressing qualifications, curriculum vitae, unofficial graduate transcripts, teaching philosophy, and the names and full contact information of three (3) references.
- Start Date: Negotiable and by August 2019.