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Director, Office of School Partnerships NYC
Pace University School of Education The Director of School Partnerships (DSP) is a critical position in the School of Education. The DSP in NY places graduate and undergraduate students in K-12 school settings for their field experiences in the NY metropolitan area, required by NY State Department of Education and AAQEP accreditation.
Coordinator, Office of School Partnerships NYC
Pace University School of Education The School Partnerships Program Coordinator is an integral position within the Pace University School of Education. Reporting to the Director of School Partnerships, the School Partnerships Program Coordinator will provide systems management in the following areas to support school‐based fieldwork, student teaching, and internship placements for undergraduate and graduate students, including NYC Teaching Fellows.
Director of Graduate Programs in Education
Earlham College The Earlham College Graduate Programs in Education is looking for an innovative and experienced educator who shares a commitment to inquiry based, blended course and field work, relationship driven service to schools and community, and a commitment to Quaker values including equity, social justice, and service to others. The Director plays a key role in putting those commitments into practice and continuing to build the vision for future graduate students.
The ideal candidate for the position of Director of Graduate Programs in Education at Earlham College would be able to teach a variety of education courses, work collaboratively with an assistant director, supervise student teachers, supervise Graduate Programs in Education staff, lead the assessment processes for accreditation, and collaborate with secondary school partners. The candidate would be able to work effectively with both Master of Arts in Teaching student teachers and Masters in Education students who are exploring education in contexts other than secondary school classrooms. The candidate would understand effective teaching for secondary school students and also best practices for facilitating adult learning.
Assistant/Associate Professor in Special Education
St. John's University Responsibilities The Programs in Special Education in the Department of Education Specialties at St. John’s University is seeking applications for a tenure track position in Special Education. Responsibilities include teaching graduate level courses in Special Education at our Staten Island campus and online. The position requires the candidate to actively participate in student advisement, maintain an active research agenda, including seeking external grant funding, and contribute to Departmental interdisciplinary activities and initiatives. Engagement in academic service learning and field-supervision of graduate students at practicum sites in Staten Island and other boroughs will be expected.
Qualifications The position requires an earned Doctorate in Special Education or related field (before start date) with a minimum 3 years of full-time teaching experience in areas of Childhood/or Adolescence Special Education working with culturally diverse students with disabilities in diverse schools and or community/clinical settings. Prior graduate level teaching experience is preferred. Candidate must demonstrate strong potential for scholarly activity and research publications. Experience and/or expertise in building effective school partnerships/teaching residencies in culturally diverse high needs, urban special education settings is valued. A strong commitment to anti-racism pedagogy and culturally responsive teaching practices is essential.
St. John’s University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from women and minorities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Contact Dr. John Spiridakis for more information by email.
Managing Director, Rise High @ Clarkson University
Clarkson University, Capital Region Campus Rise High is a program for Schenectady City youth where participants learn about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and other skills to succeed, in a fun and nurturing environment. Students are exposed to a wide variety of careers in technology. Through hands-on experiential learning we promote problem-solving and critical thinking, while exercising their creativity and providing the support to help them reach their goals. rise-high.org
The successful candidate will be a grant-funded staff member of Clarkson University and will manage all aspects of organizational planning, partnership building, mapping of programming and opportunities, and recruitment of students and volunteers for the Rise High program. Active engagement in partnership building across various public and private sectors, the community, and communication with parent/student groups are essential. Administrative aspects include managing communications, collaborative grant writing, evaluation, data tracking, oversight of hard and digital assets, and visibility in the community. IT aspects will be supported by Clarkson University. This role requires a broad set of skills: educational, technical, and organizational.
The position is open until filled. Interviews are ongoing.
Assistant/Associate Professor in Bilingual and ESL Education
Texas Woman's University The Department of Teacher Education at Texas Woman’s University (TWU) invites applications for an Assistant or Associate Professor level in Bilingual and ESL Education. Positions are expected to begin in August 2022.
The Bilingual/ESL Education Program resides in the TWU Department of Teacher Education. It offers courses in the undergraduate B.S. in Education degree, courses in the graduate Master of Arts in Teaching degree, and courses in the post-baccalaureate program that leads to initial teacher certification. Bilingual and ESL education courses may also constitute a minor in other graduate degree programs.
The position is a full-time, 9-month tenure-track appointment. Successful applicants must have a Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Bilingual Education, TESOL, or a closely related field. Must be well-versed in the foundations and methodologies of bilingual and ESL education and have a minimum of 3 years of teaching experience at the K-12 level. The successful candidate must have a teaching, scholarship, and service record appropriate for the rank. The successful candidate must have appreciation for a multidisciplinary environment and commitment to inclusive excellence. More details are provided at https://twu.edu/college-professional-education/openpositions/.
Apply to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the job code IRC40556 and position title: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor on the subject line of the email.