||Tenure Track Assistant/Associate Professor-Special & EC Education
|Terms of Employment:
||9 month academic year; tenure track
||Responsibilities include teaching traditional, hybrid, and distance education formats at the undergraduate and graduate level in an early childhood special education and cross-categorical special education program. Other professional responsibilities include supervision of related field experiences, co-teaching graduate-level research and thesis courses, research, program development and review, professional development, service, and student advising.
75% - Teaching
15% - Supervision
10% - Scholarship/Service
||• Earned doctorate or ABD in early childhood special education, early childhood education, special education, or related field
• Three or more years teaching individuals with disabilities in birth – age 8 settings
• Demonstrated ability to teach courses in early childhood and early childhood special education
• Demonstrated ability to teach courses in special education beyond early childhood
• Willingness to teach in online, distance, face-to-face, and blended formats
||• Hold or eligible to hold licensure in early childhood special education
• Hold or eligible to hold licensure in special education
• Experience with blended (special education and general education) program development, implementation, and review
• Experience teaching in inclusive early childhood settings (birth to age 8) as the special educator
• Experience in birth – age 3 programs as the special educator
• Experience with coaching models of family support
• Experience teaching in online, distance, face-to-face, and blended formats
Applicants must submit the following documents using the online application:
- Cover letter
- Three letters of reference (dated within the last 2 years)
- E-mail/telephone numbers for the 3 references
- Philosophy of teaching statement
- Unofficial transcripts
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