Responsibilities may include undergraduate and graduate teaching, advising, field supervision, research supervision, scholarship, and service. The instructional focus for this position will be on middle and secondary level candidate preparation. Collaboration with university, school, program, and with community field-based professionals in the Midwestern region is expected. Please note: This job starts January 6, 2014.
PhD or equivalent degree in teaching or related field.
Preference will be given to those candidates with a minimum of 7 years teaching in a public education middle school/secondary environment and 3 years of successful teaching in the higher education environment or related direct experiences.
The candidate should display a strong commitment to preparing future teachers. The candidate should demonstrate skills in constructivist teaching, reflective practices, performance assessment, innovation and collaboration, and standards based teaching with proficiency in the Common Core State Standards. Successful candidates will have demonstrated excellence in the field of teacher education. It is also expected that the candidate will participate in a program-wide effort to increase student engagement in the college classroom through modeling and use of active learning, technological applications, differentiation, and implementation of standards-based assessment. Applicants must have demonstrated competency working with instructional technology and data software programs.
How to Apply:
Submit resume and 3 recent letters of recommendation to LUHR@lindenwood.edu.
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