We are looking for expertise across at least three of the following content areas for course instruction:
- The teaching of reading and writing, theory and instructional practices, grades K-6
- Reading and writing in the content areas, theory and instructional practices, grades K-6
- Reading and writing instruction for children with language and learning variations, theory and instructional practices
- Language acquisition and development, inclusive of second language acquisition
- Observation and recording of children
- Assessment, diagnosis and evaluation of linguistically diverse children with developmental variations
In addition, the role includes supervised fieldwork advisement in the reading and literacy and/or childhood special education programs, which involves:
- Visiting advisees at their sites monthly for a ½ day and conducting meetings with site supervisor and student, as applicable
- Convening and facilitating two one-on-one meetings with each advisee monthly
- Leading and facilitating weekly conference group with all advisees
All full-time faculty must engage in service to the community through committee work and participation in program, department and divisional meetings; and mentor graduate students on their integrative master’s projects.
This position is based in our Manhattan campus, but requires flexibility to teach at locations in other boroughs.
- Doctorate in literacy, special education, or related field preferred
- 5 or more years of teaching and clinical experience with children
- Teacher certification required in literacy and/or special education
- Experience teaching in higher education
- Orientation to examine practice and theory through multiple and intersecting lenses-e.g. critical race theory, disability studies-preferred.
Bank Street College of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, national origin, ethnic origin, citizenship status, disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law in its employment policies and other college administered programs. In addition, Bank Street College of Education will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.
Bank Street has been recognized as a leader in education, and strives to have its faculty and student body reflect the diversity of the society in which they exist. Candidates from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.