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Visiting Assistant Professor

Visiting Assistant Professor at SUNY Cortland

SUNY Cortland is seeking a Full-Time Visiting Assistant Professor in the Childhood/Early Childhood Education Department to begin August of 2024 to prepare and teach elementary education methods courses within at least one of the following areas of specialization: math, science, educational technology, and/or curriculum and instruction. A master's degree in education or related field is required; doctorate is preferred.

Contact Info:

Dr. Beth Klein Beth.Klein@cortland.edu

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Associate / Full Professor – Science Education, K-8

Associate / Full Professor at University of South Florida

The candidate for this position will work primarily in an interdisciplinary Elementary Education Program but will also collaborate with secondary science education, particularly at the middle grades level, on projects, instruction, and committees related to the applicant’s expertise. Both the science education and elementary education programs offer degree programs at the Bachelor’s, Master’s (MAT and MA), and Ph.D. levels.
This is a 9-month, Associate/Full Professor position, tenure-earning, effective August 7, 2024, with a typical 2 course per semester teaching load during the academic year with the possibility for an additional summer contract.

Contact Info:

Dr. David Rosengrant rosengrant@usf.edu

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Postdoctoral Research Scholar

Arizona State University

Dr. Michelene T.H. Chi is seeking a postdoctoral research scholar, starting as soon as possible. This postdoc will work on the ICAP project, which is funded by the Yidan Foundation and led by Dr. Michelene T.H. Chi, the 2023 Yidan Laureate in Education Research.

The project aims to create and disseminate evidence-based professional development (PD) that trains university instructors, specifically in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine) domains, on how to enact active learning strategies to deepen students’ conceptual understanding. The PDs will be based on ICAP, a theory of how students engage to learn. ICAP, an acronym for “Interactive, Constructive, Active, and Passive,” refers to the four major behavior modes of engagement. Developing the PDs will also include research to develop a mini-lesson to train students on how to collaborate, and so forth.

Apply at the link http://apply.interfolio.com/141078

Contact Info:

Michelene.Chi@asu.edu

Clinical Assistant Professor of STEM Education

Clinical Assistant Professor at University of South Carolina

We seek applications for a Clinical Assistant Professor appointment (9-month) to begin Fall 2024 at the University of South Carolina. We encourage applications from candidates who identify with groups that are historically underrepresented and underserved in a range of P-12, university, and community education settings.
Responsibilities of the successful candidate include: (a) teaching undergraduate and graduate education, science education, and STEM education courses; (b) delivering pre k – 8 science content and pedagogy; (c) engaging in curriculum development and research for Elementary and STEM education; (d) connecting and developing relationships with local schools; and (e) supporting the service needs of the Elementary Education program, Ed.D. in Educational Practice and Innovation with a concentration in STEM Education program, the Teacher Education department, and the College of Education.

Contact Info:

Stephen Thompson. Ph.D. Professor of Science Education Search Committee Chair sthompson@sc.edu 803-351-3747

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