Tenure Track Faculty Searches

(Educational Technology)     (Special Education)

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

One tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level is available for individuals with expertise in educational technology. Applicants should have demonstrated excellence in teaching and potential for excellence in educational research. Individuals are encouraged to describe all areas for which they have demonstrated expertise. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION: The School of Education invites applications for a fulltime, tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in Educational Technology to begin in mid-August of 2014. We seek candidates with an earned doctorate (ABD within one year of completion will be considered) in an appropriate field of study and with demonstrated expertise in the field of educational technology in PreK-12 schools. Candidates must be prepared to teach at the university level in teacher education and supervise and advise students in the school’s master’s and doctoral degree programs. Experience teaching learners across the grades (PreK -12) is expected, as is the ability to employ technology and online learning in course design and delivery. Potential for professional inquiry and ongoing program development and coordination is required.

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION: Preferred candidates have demonstrated intercultural competence with diverse groups in teaching, research, and service. Preferred candidates have experience teaching and supervising in teacher preparation programs and serving students with a variety of learner characteristics. Preferred candidates demonstrate a commitment to the principles of universal design and have experience using technology to support student learning and communication, inclusive of assistive technologies and mobile devices. Preferred candidates have experience in and/or a demonstrated commitment to the use of student and candidate assessment and outcome data to develop instruction and make programmatic decisions. Preferred candidates have an interest in innovative teaching strategies, actively mentoring students, and being actively engaged in research and service.

Review of applicant files will begin April 25, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.
Visit the faculty opportunities webpage for additional information and application instructions.



SPECIAL EDUCATION

One tenure track position is available at the Assistant or Associate Professor level for individuals with expertise in special education. Applicants should have demonstrated excellence in teaching and potential for excellence in educational research. Individuals are encouraged to describe all areas for which they have demonstrated expertise. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.

Minimum requirements for the position include:  We seek candidates with an earned doctorate (ABD within one year of completion will be considered) in an appropriate field of study and expertise to prepare teacher candidates and leadership personnel in the school’s Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Severe Education Specialist credential and master’s degree program options and to supervise dissertations in the college’s joint doctoral program. Candidates are expected to have demonstrated commitment to providing learners with mild, moderate, and severe disabilities access to general education curriculum and environments through collaborative planning and teaching and through differentiated, specially designed instruction. Experience teaching learners across the grades (K through 12) is expected, as is the ability to employ technology and online distance learning in course design and delivery. Potential for professional inquiry and ongoing program development is required.

Preferred requirements for the position include: Preferred candidates will have demonstrated intercultural competence with diverse groups in teaching, research, and/or service. Preferred candidates will have experience teaching and supervising in special education teacher preparation programs and serving students with a variety of learner characteristics. Preferred candidates will demonstrate a commitment to promoting inclusive education for all students in public schools and have experience using technology to support student learning and communication, inclusive of assistive technologies and augmentative communication. Preferred candidates will have experience in and/or a demonstrated commitment to the use of student and candidate assessment and outcome data to develop instruction and make programmatic decisions. Preferred candidates will have an interest in innovative teaching strategies, actively mentoring students, and being actively engaged in research and service.

Review of applicant files will begin January 21, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.
Visit the faculty opportunities webpage for additional information and application instructions.