Bridgewater State University
The Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education at Bridgewater State University invites applications for a full-time, temporary instructor with a focus on STEM education. Responsibilities include:
- Teach undergraduate and graduate STEM education courses to a diverse population of early childhood and elementary education majors.
- Advise undergraduate and graduate students.
- Supervise and mentor undergraduate and graduate practicum students.
- Participate in the development of departmental curricula and contribute to the development of undergraduate and graduate initial and professional licensure programs.
- Participate in department meetings, serve on faculty committees, support initiatives, and adhere to all institutional policies.
- Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of students from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of abilities.
- Collaborate with colleagues to ensure course learning outcomes are aligned with department initiatives, assessments, and pre/corequisites.
Associate Professor at Louisiana State University
The School of Education in the College of Human Sciences and Education at Louisiana State University (LSU) invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track Associate Professor of Science Education. The position will be hired at the rank of associate professor with consideration of tenure based on level & years of experience. This individual will have (1) a strong research agenda & publication record in science/engineering teaching & learning at the precollege level, (2) a commitment to participating in LSU’s heavily field-based teacher preparation programs & to working with diverse populations in urban/rural settings, (3) a practiced ability to use & model excellent pedagogical skills & a willingness to mentor graduate students in science education, (4) a proven grant record, and (5) evidence of working relationships with science/engineering faculty. We seek a colleague who is interested in expanding our current programming to reach a diverse student body in new and innovative contexts.
Lecturer at Towson University
Towson University's Department of Physics, Astronomy and Geosciences seeks a two-year lecturer lasting from fall 2022 through spring 2024. Candidates are expected to have a graduate degree in physics education, science education, or a related field. The position requires teaching 12 contact hours of coursework weekly. The successful candidate will be able to teach physical science courses for elementary and early childhood education majors and physics lecture and lab courses for pre-professional programs.
Application Procedure: Electronic applications are required. Apply by submitting a cover letter, a summary of your teaching philosophy, your curriculum vitae, and a list of three references. In your cover letter, please highlight your science education experience at all levels (K-16).
Application materials and inquiries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin July 11, 2022.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at The Univesity of Queensland
An exciting opportunity for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (three positions available) to teach in the School’s Initial Primary Teacher Education programs (undergraduate and postgraduate), as well as perform administrative, service and leadership roles commensurate with their level of appointment. The successful appointees will have the capacity to pursue a strong and productive program of research relevant to the School’s existing and emerging research priorities and to supervise research students.
University of North Dakota
The College of Education and Human Development at the University of North Dakota (UND) seeks to hire a post-doctoral scholar, starting Fall 2022, to contribute to a multi-institution NSF-funded study. The project “Investigating how intensive and modest supports effect rural, elementary teachers’ science and engineering practice” aims to build foundational knowledge on the sustainability of targeted science and engineering instructional improvements in rural schools and the viability of extending these programs through the implementation of modest teacher supports. The project brings together a team of researchers from the University of North Dakota, University of Wyoming, Montana State University, and WestEd. This postdoctoral scholar will join the North Dakota-based research team led by Dr. Ryan Summers along with Dr. Julie Robinson.
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