Assistant or Associate Professor in Science/STEM Education (Apply Until Filled)

University of Kentucky

Lexington, Kentucky

College of Education, Department of STEM Education

Assistant or Associate Professor in Science/STEM Education

The successful candidate will fill a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in STEM Education with an emphasis in science education. The appointment is a nine-month appointment, effective August 16, 2020. Salary and rank (assistant or associate professor) are commensurate with qualifications and experience.

This faculty member will teach middle grades and secondary science education courses as well as graduate-level courses focused on research in the STEM disciplines. The faculty member will also conduct research in science/STEM education resulting in refereed presentations and publications at the national level; collaborate with science, science education, and STEM education faculty to seek extramural funding for research, development, and teacher enhancement activities; assist in developing and teaching new courses for undergraduate and graduate programs; serve on the program faculty committees; advise undergraduate and graduate students; supervise students under a clinically-based teacher education model; and provide service to the community, area schools, university, and professional organizations.

Curriculum Anchor and Assistant Professor: Reading & Language Arts Instructional Methods for K-12 (Apply Between 03/02/2020 and 04/03/2020)

Texas Tech University

Lubbock, Texas

College of Education, Department of Teacher education

Curriculum Anchor and Assistant Professor: Reading & Language Arts Instructional Methods for K-12

The successful candidate will become a key contributor to an innovative teacher preparation program. The program, Tech Teach, is a district-based, undergraduate teacher preparation program designed to serve as a “talent pipeline” for partner districts in Texas. The program is clinically intensive, competency-based, and focused on measurably improving K-12 student achievement. The Department of Teacher Education in the College of Education at Texas Tech University invites applications for a full-time (9-month academic appointment), Assistant Professor in Teacher Education for Instructional Methods for K-12 Language and Literacy. The position includes methods teaching in educator preparation and significant curriculum and research work focusing on preparation for the teaching of reading and writing across K-12 grade span.

The successful candidate is expected to have earned an Ed.D. or Ph.D. by the time of appointment in Language & Literacy, or related fields with strong mixed-methods skills (including proficiency in quantitative data analysis), a record of teaching effectiveness, excellent written and oral English communication skills, and experience in U.S. schools teaching reading. It is expected that applicants will have an emerging record of scholarly productivity in a language & literacy-related field as evidenced by published journal articles and scientific conference presentations. In addition to these expectations, the following experiences are highly valued by this department: (a) successful university-district partnerships around ELAR; (b) working at a building or district level in U.S. schools as an instructional coach in ELAR teaching; (c) working in linguistically and culturally diverse settings to support student achievement in ELAR; and (d) working with teacher candidates in preparation for edTPA. Given the practices of the department, it is also helpful (but not required) if applicants have experience with TK20, utilizing video of teaching as a research tool and have earned Google Educator or Apple Educator certification. This appointment begins in August 2020.

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Assistant/Associate Professor – Early/Elementary Literacy (Apply Until Filled)

Louisiana State University

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

School of Education

Assistant/Associate Professor – Early/Elementary Literacy

The successful candidate will contribute to undergraduate and graduate programs focusing on all aspects of literacy development, pedagogy, and curriculum. The School offers literacy-focused courses and field experiences for the undergraduate early childhood, elementary, and secondary teacher preparation programs. At the graduate level, the School offers a robust program of courses within Masters, Education Specialist, and Doctoral degrees in Curriculum and Instruction, including those required for the State of Louisiana Reading Specialist certification. The appointment will begin August 2020.

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Assistant Professor – Secondary Mathematics Education and Youth Services (Apply until Filled)

Queens College

Queens, New York

Department of Secondary Education and Youth Services

Assistant Professor – Secondary Education and Youth Services

The successful candidate will teach undergraduate/graduate courses in methods of teaching middle level and secondary mathematics, curriculum and assessment, research in mathematics education, and college-level mathematics. 

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Assistant/Associate Professor of Education (Apply until Filled)

 

 

Notre Dame of Maryland University

Baltimore, Maryland

School of Education

Assistant/Associate Professor of Education

The successful candidate will be directing dissertations and teaching Doctoral students in both face-to-face and online formats. The professor is expected to convey course information and communicate with students through the University’s online course management systems. The faculty member will teach diverse offerings and populations.

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Assistant Professor (Apply until Filled)

Indiana University – Purdue University, Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana

Technology Leadership and Communication

Assistant Professor

The successful candidate will develop ongoing research agenda in discipline-based educational research (DBER), and publish in peer-reviewed journals and conferences. Coordinate undergraduate and graduate certificate programs as well as coordinate and teach graduate and undergraduate courses in a variety of disciplinary areas.

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Professor in Secondary Education (Open until Filled)

 

University of Kentucky

Lexington, Kentucky

Education Curriculum & Instruction

Professor in Secondary Education

This successful candidate will teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses; develop/pursue a research agenda in an applicable field; coordinate the secondary education program, including course scheduling, communications with incoming and current students in English Education and Social Studies Education, meetings with program faculty, recruiting students and facilitating admissions into the secondary credential program, and work with local schools to create partnerships.

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Assistant or Associate Professor in Science/STEM Education (Apply until Filled)

 

University of Kentucky

Lexington, Kentucky

STEM Education

Assistant or Associate Professor in Science/STEM Education

This successful candidate will teach middle grades and secondary science education courses as well as graduate level courses focused on research in the STEM disciplines. The faculty member will also conduct research in science/STEM education resulting in refereed presentations and publications at the national level; collaborate with science, science education, and STEM education faculty to seek extramural funding for research, development, and teacher enhancement activities.

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Assistant Professor of Teacher Education (Open until filled)

Fort Lewis College
Durango, Colorado
Department of Education/Teacher Education
Assistant Professor of Teacher Education
The successful candidate will teach a variety of undergraduate and/or graduate courses in the Teacher Education Department
comparable to 24 credit hours per year with typically 12 credits on semester and 9 credits the second semester with 3 credits each semester for student advising and mentoring. In addition, they will mentor undergraduate students pursuing career interests in the educational field, including supervising student teaching.They will also, mentor and advise graduate students in career interests and supporting graduate research projects, perform service activities such as engaging in department and college committees, recruitment and retention activities. The candidate will Pursue research and grant opportunities and perform regional professional development activities with local schools. There are optional Summer employment to teach courses or oversee internships as well.
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Assistant Professor – School of Education (Open until filled)


Millikin University
Decatur, IL
Department of Education
Assistant Professor – School of Education
The successful candidate will  have earned an Ed.D or Ph.D in the field of Education or a field related to Education. There is eligibility for appointment at rank of instructor with Master’s degree if willing to enroll in a doctoral program within two years. The candidate must have knowledge of EdTPA and willingness to develop into the role as the EdTPA expert within the School of Education. In addition, they must have experience in teaching college undergraduate or graduate students is distinctly advantageous, as is current knowledge of national teacher’s exams, and mentoring programs. Also, they must have experience and/or openness to a variety of teaching modalities (e.g. distance learning, online instruction, etc.).

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