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Assistant Professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education
The Pennsylvania State University
Penn State Altoona, Division of Education, Human Development, and Social Sciences, invites applications for the tenure-line faculty position of Assistant Professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education program, specializing in Social Studies Education, beginning August 2022. The successful candidate must have an earned Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, or a closely related field, at the time of appointment start date; be able to teach Social Studies Education and other related undergraduate courses in the Elementary and Early Childhood Education program (PreK-4 certification); and have a minimum of 3-years of experience teaching elementary or middle school. We encourage applicants with specialization in multiple disciplines and/or subject areas within the field of education.

The position requires the teaching of nine credit hours per semester, conducting original research published in peer-reviewed journals, advising and mentoring undergraduate students, as well as providing service to the College, community, and the profession. Each candidate should demonstrate a commitment to undergraduate teaching and working collaboratively with faculty and local school district partners. Successful candidates will be dedicated to ensuring the highest quality pre-service teacher education while also encouraging individual growth, cultural awareness, ethical decision-making, and civic responsibility. Candidates will also be expected to assist in the ongoing growth and development of the program and participate in student recruitment and retention activities, as well as program assessment. More information about the Elementary and Early Childhood Education program at Penn State Altoona is available at

Penn State Altoona ( is a two-campus, four-year baccalaureate institution. Apply online.
Associate Professor - Department Chair
Muhlenberg College Education Department
Please refer to provided link for description and application instructions.
Early Childhood Assistant Professor
Wilkes University
12-month, full-time, tenure-track
Early Childhood Assistant Professor

Wilkes University invites applicants. The ECE program promotes an appreciation for diversity, child development, research-based and innovative practices.

The successful candidate is responsible predominantly for ECE coursework online & hybrid. This online degree completion pathway is designed specifically to make education accessible & affordable to a population of educators seeking training & credentials. Wilkes believes in partnerships to better serve each child and is working with PACCA and community colleges to offer the T.E.A.C.H. scholarship to students. The successful candidate will oversee the completion pathway program, advise students enrolled in this program, oversee NAEYC accreditation process, co-create a new master degree program and collaborate with early childcare centers across the state and beyond.

An earned doctorate is required. Candidates will demonstrate successful collaboration, leadership in field of ECE, effective & inclusive communication skills. Effective online course development & online teaching is required. Teacher certification & a minimum of 3 years successful EC

The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated interest in local and global education, an articulated scholarly research agenda with a high potential to progress on a tenure track path.

To apply, visit Please be sure to include a cover letter, resume or curriculum vitae and three references. Priority will be given to applications received by Friday, November 5, 2021.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Wilkes University is constantly seeking to become a more diverse community …
adjunct Ed Psych
Delaware Valley University
The Education Department at Delaware Valley University seeks an adjunct professor to teach Educational Psychology to pre-service educators. This course is offered during the Spring 2022 semester in an online modality. 
Grove City College, Secondary Education
Grove City College
Grove City College’s Department of Education invites
applications for a full-time assistant/associate professor of
Education beginning in July 2022, pending final budget approval. A
Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Education is required with an emphasis on
secondary education. Successful candidates will show past
experience in PreK-12 settings, and successful teaching at the
undergraduate level is preferred. Grove City College’s
Education program houses seventeen distinct PDE approved teacher
preparation programs spanning PreK-12 areas, enrolling over 265
students. The Education Department utilizes a professional
development school model of teacher preparation with heavy emphasis
on ongoing field work throughout the freshmen-senior experience.
The Department also houses a variety of campus resources including
a preschool, curriculum library, and specialized services for
career development for education majors.

Responsibilities include teaching a variety of undergraduate
education courses, working with professional partners, engaging
with student professional development opportunities, and
supervising clinical experiences included embedded field
experiences and student teaching. A strong preference will be given
for applicants with experience teaching in high school settings.
Faculty members are expected to have a classroom load of 23 to 25
contact hours per academic year.

Please send a current curriculum vitae, names and contact
information for four references (three professional and one
pastoral), and a letter of interest that explains how your
Christian faith represents a strong fit with Grove City
College’s unique
mission as a Christian liberal arts college see: (
to: Mrs. Jamie N. Kimble, Associate Director of Human Resources
Assistant Professor in Early Childhood Education and Literacy Methods
The Pennsylvania State University
Penn State Abington invites applications for a tenure-line Assistant Professor position in Elementary and Early Childhood and Literacy Education to begin in Fall 2022. This program supports the growth and content understanding beginning with the youngest learners through the fourth grade (PK-4). Students in this program explore theories of teaching and learning; how to be professional educators in diverse school settings; and develop skills in educational leadership, inclusive education, and professional inquiry. The candidate will need to be versed in early childhood education as well as literacy education.

Candidates must have an earned doctorate (or an earned doctorate by the date of appointment) in Early Childhood Education, Literacy Education, or a related field and evidence of an active and focused research program. In addition, candidates must have PreK-12 teaching experience, with preference for those with experience at the PreK-4 levels. Aligned with the University’s mission and goals, we are especially interested in those whose scholarship addresses anti-bias, anti-racist, anti-oppressive theories and practices.

A commitment to excellence and innovation in undergraduate teaching and mentoring, both inside and outside the classroom, is also essential. Candidates who have experience teaching both lower level and upper division courses in their area of expertise are preferred. The ideal candidate will have experience working with diverse student populations and demonstrate interest in facilitating student/faculty research and mentoring. The teaching load is 3-3.

Penn State Abington serves racially- and ethnically diverse students, first-generation college students, students from a range of socio-economic backgrounds, and an international student population. Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to helping all students succeed through engagement in and out of the classroom. Applications will be reviewed beginning on November 8, 2021.
Temporary Facility in Early Childhood Education
East Stroudsburg University
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