Overview

Summary of Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Teaching undergraduate/graduate professional education and clinical courses for the College of Education and Human Services at on-campus and off-campus sites and on-line; supervising practicum students and student teachers; assisting with state-wide initiatives, including grant activities, in Secondary Education. Responsibilities will also include advising undergraduate and graduate students, working collaboratively in partnerships with local school districts, and engaging in scholarly activities in the professional community.

Position is anticipated to begin Fall 2019.

Minimum Education Requirements:
Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) or related field with focus on secondary pedagogy. ABDs with a documented plan of completion by appointment date will be considered.

Minimum Experience and Skill Requirements:
Minimum of three (3) year teaching experience in public high school (9-12) settings.

Preferred Education and/or Experience Qualifications:

  • Experience and evidence of strong teaching in secondary settings, clinical experience with secondary certification, program design/management of secondary teacher preparation in a wide range of certifications including English,
  • CTE, history, HPE, math, modem languages, music, and sciences
  • Expertise in curriculum design models, teaching methodologies, curriculum history and theory, classroom assessment, literacy strategies, and classroom management
  • A demonstrated commitment to diversity and the ability to work collaboratively with faculty, students, and school-based personnel in secondary settings
  • Background in and willingness to assume a leadership role at the local, state, and/or national/international levels
  • Record of seeking external funding and participating in research and school-based projects