Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 101st NCSS Annual Conference
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Assistant Professor of Elementary Social Studies Education (tenure track)
Arizona State University The Division of Teacher Preparation in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor in Elementary Social Studies Education. This is a tenure-track, benefits-eligible, academic year (9-month) position that begins August 16, 2022. The faculty members in the Division of Teacher Preparation are dedicated to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion and to preparing teachers in early childhood, elementary, secondary, special education, and diverse languages and learners.
The successful candidate will: 1) teach in the undergraduate and graduate elementary education programs; 2) effectively collaborate with colleagues to improve these and related programs; 3) maintain and improve program ties with educational stakeholders in local and distant communities; 4) maintain an active research agenda in elementary social studies education; 5) provide service to the institution, profession, and community.
Required Qualifications: -Earned doctorate by August 16, 2022, from an accredited university in elementary social studies education or a related field -Evidence of a strong scholarly agenda related to elementary social studies education -A minimum of 3 years of full-time K-6 teaching experience -Documented evidence of commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion
Desired Qualifications: -A research focus in civic/civics education -Demonstrated experience publishing in peer-reviewed journals or academic press books -Evidence of the ability to obtain external funding -A record of successful teaching at the university level, including in-person, hybrid, and online courses -Experience teaching elementary social studies methods courses at the university level -Experience with research and/or teaching partnerships in diverse educational settings
Please see the link for the full posting and email search chair Lauren McArthur Harris with questions: Lauren.Harris.firstname.lastname@example.org
Elementary Education Social Studies: Clinical. Open Rank
University of Iowa https://jobs.uiowa.edu/faculty/view/74321?fbclid=IwAR3-V8TaIGROamkNnVOwRp8gwinx8WneZUOwvtEwSDu3wCPtRd8tfJck00s
Educators Council Participants
Wondrus Consulting The Wondrus Educators Council is a group of teachers that get paid to provide feedback to museums, libraries and other cultural institutions. Most students will never visit most museums, but that doesn't mean there aren't powerful ways to integrate museum content into classrooms. Unfortunately, many cultural institutions struggle to get the feedback and input that they need to design learning experiences that work for teachers and students. By joining the Educators Council, you're agreeing to be contacted if and when opportunities arise to give feedback to museums. Opportunities may include completing surveys, reviewing materials, doing one-on-one interviews, piloting materials, and joining focus groups. We value teacher time and expertise and each opportunity is compensated. Please learn more and sign up below.
Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary Social Studies
Georgia Southern University The Department of Elementary and Special Education in the College of Education invites applications and nominations for the tenure track position of Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary Social Studies Education. The home campus for this position will be our Armstrong campus. Some travel to our Statesboro or Liberty campuses may be required.
Illinois HS Economics Teacher
Homewood-Flossmoor High School I expect to be hiring an economics teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Job applicants must be endorsed to teach H/AP Economics. The job posting has not been created as enrollment and sectioning will play a role, but interested applicants can email me and keep current with our website application process.
Middle School / High School Social Studies Teacher
Bering Strait School District JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Middle School/High School Social Studies Teacher
1. Bachelors Degree in Education 2. Current Type T Alaska Teaching Certificate 3. Demonstrated ability to live and work in a cross cultural setting desirable.
1. To provide students with quality education 2. To provide an environment where positive, successful learning can take place
1. Demonstrate student achievement and is responsible for student learning. 2. Promotes a physical classroom environment conductive to learning. 3. Works a full day in accordance with state/federal and negotiated policies. 4. Develops detailed lesson plans. 5. Keeps accurate, current records of student achievement and attendance. 6. Meets health and safety standards in accordance with state laws. 7. Is responsible for handling discipline problems. 8. Develops and locates materials needed for teaching lessons. 9. Administers and scores tests for the purpose of evaluation the educational program and pupil progress. 10. Refers students for physical, mental, social, and educational services not provided in a regular, self-contained classroom. 11. Is responsible for the development of yearly goals. 12. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. 13. Highly Qualified, or the ability to become Highly Qualified, in assigned core content area.
Choices Program Digital Sales Manager
The Choices Program The position will be a key team member, responsible for a variety of public facing and internal administrative tasks that result in sales of the Choices Program’s digital curriculum. To support school districts and teachers, the incumbent will provide sales quotes and access to the digital demonstration site, conduct follow up with potential customers, and provide support via 1:1 online trainings. The position will create, manage, analyze, and follow up on the results of a biennial survey to digital customers. This position is not officially posted yet. Contact me if interested, and we'll notify you as soon as we can accept applications -- Hopefully in December!
Teachers, Elementary General and Secondary Social Studies
Anne Arundel County Public Schools Teach in beautiful Anne Arundel County, Maryland where you can be 30 minutes from DC, 30 minutes from a beach, and 30 minutes from the mountains. We have multiple teaching positions open or anticipated. We offer a competitive salary (in one of the highest paying states in the country) and support for both beginning and veteran teachers.
Assistant Professor of History/Social Studies Secondary Education
Northern Arizona University NAU will soon be announcing an opening for Assistant Professor of History/Social Studies Secondary Education. Keep an eye on the NAU website - more information forthcoming!
Learning and Development Content Specialist
USC Shoah Foundation The Education Department at USC Shoah Foundation works to bring testimony-based education programming, multimedia resources and digital tools to educators and students worldwide that support them in attaining curricular outcomes and promoting the capacity to counter hate in the world. As such, the Learning and Development Specialist (Content Specialist) contributes to the execution of the Department’s content and curriculum development strategy, training and professional development program. We seek a candidate who is dedicated to ensuring that the Department’s testimony-based content and programming is innovative, compelling, accessible and high quality.
The Learning and Development Specialist (Content Specialist) creates various types of educational content (learning plans, curriculum, resources and materials), including standards-based online/offline lessons, activities and learning objects, teacher guides and resources, and curated video clips among other types and formats for Spanish speaking kindergarten to senior high school audience in the U.S. and Latin America. All content is grounded in 1.) audio-visual testimony from the Institute’s Visual History Archive, 2.) developmentally-appropriate and research-based instructional practices, 3.) established guidelines and 4.) strategic priorities. The successful candidate will demonstrate the capacity to create well-written, high quality content within an established publication workflow involving review, feedback and short turn-around times. The Learning and Development Specialist (Content Specialist) also will develop online/face to face training and professional development programs including the creation of presentation materials, handouts, video clip curation, and implementation via online platforms and other related tasks. This individual will determine the most effective instructional methods and resources to reach the desired audiences.