Middle and Upper School Math Teacher
St. George’s Independent School
The successful candidate will possess skills and experience that would include the ability to:
communicate mathematics clearly
teach a wide variety of mathematics topics, ranging from pre-algebra through, preferably, calculus
create materials and activities that immerse students in the applications of mathematics through experiential learning
utilize manipulatives, online resources, project-based learning, and technology in lessons for engagement and enhancement of learning
provide feedback regarding student logic/work that enhances student understanding of mathematics
enthusiastically provide differentiated instruction and math help to students of all abilities daily outside of class time
serve as a mentor for a small group of students as their advisor
sponsor student organizations or coach sports of interest to students
attend overnight community retreats as needed
The University of Tennessee
Theory and Practice in Teacher Education
Assistant Professor in World Language/ESL Education (Tenure Track)
Responsibilities include conducting and publishing scholarly research; pursuing external funding to support an active research agenda; supervising practicum students and licensure-seeking students in PreK-12 classrooms; teaching graduate classes in World Language and ESL Education; collaborating with a team of faculty in development, delivery, and ongoing program evaluation; developing collaborative relationships with local schools, teachers, and community members; providing service and leadership to local/state and national/international professional organizations; supervising the applied work of teaching interns and job-embedded teachers; and fulfilling advising and administrative duties as required by the department and the university. The chosen applicant will teach standards-based WL and ESL methods, curriculum, assessment, and research classes, coordinate the WL Education Program area, and be an active member of the WL/ESL/English Education program areas.
School of Arts & Sciences: Education
Full-time Lecturer and University Coordinator of Teacher Preparation Programs
The Coordinator provides leadership and oversight for Tufts teacher licensure programs and requirements. The Coordinator works closely with the all of the MAT program directors to ensure compliance with department and university policies and practices and ensuring the teacher education programs are in compliance with all DESE related requirements and data reporting. As a Lecturer in the Department of Education, the position includes teaching 3-4 courses per academic year in the MAT programs, including the online MAT program. Experience and expertise in English and Language Arts and/or Elementary Education is preferred.
Northern Illinois University
Special and Early Education
Assistant/Associate Professor of Special Education (Visual Impairment)
The department is seeking an Assistant or Associate professor with specialization in visual impairments. This is a nine-month appointment on a tenure track.
Duties and Responsibilities: Teaching graduate and/or undergraduate courses in one’s area of specialization; Serving on department, college, and university committees; Writing grants; Supporting partnerships for student internships or field experiences; Supporting student recruitment and retention initiatives and innovative program curricular developments.
North Carolina A & T State University
Family & Consumer Sciences
Assistant/Associate Professor, Child Development, Early Education and Family Studies
The primary responsibilities for this position include teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses in child development, early education and family studies; developing a research program in the discipline and securing external grants; advising graduate and undergraduate students; program coordination; collaborating with the educator preparation program; student mentoring and recruitment; participating in curriculum development; collaborating with faculty on research and creative scholarship activities; serving on departmental, college and university committees; and participating in other academic functions.
Texas A&M International University
Dept of Education – Reading and Literacy
The successful candidate will teach developmental integrated reading and writing courses on-campus.
Maricopa Community Colleges
Dept of Teacher Education – Early Childhood
Early Education/Child Family Faculty
The successful candidate will supervise and instruct a diverse population of students in various child and family studies related courses including infant/toddler, child and human development and early education; developmentally appropriate practices; and child and family studies leadership, management, professional development and administration.
University of San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
Dept of International and Multicultural Education
The successful candidate will teach the following course IME 698/798: Special Topics, Ethnic Studies with a focus on Indigenous Education. This program includes an MA-Human Rights Education and an Ed.D. concentration in Human Rights Education.
Missouri State University
Dept – Reading Foundations and Technology
The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching, planning, communicating with students and managing grades.
University of Idaho
Coeur d’Alene, ID
College of Education, Health and Human Services
The successful candidate will be teaching at least 10 credit hours per semester (fall & spring), including advising candidates in the undergraduate teacher education elementary program in CdA and placing them for practicum and internships.