|DEPARTMENT||Early Childhood, Elementary and Literacy Education|
|DESCRIPTION||Tenure-track position in Inclusive Elementary Education in a vibrant teacher education program serving diverse communities. Appointment includes teaching a range of undergraduate and graduate courses for elementary teacher candidates with an emphasis on teaching students with disabilities, mentoring/supervising teacher candidates in the field, building strong partnerships with schools and communities, and contributing to the vision and growth of the department. May also include coordinating graduate programs in inclusive education/special education and serving as a faculty member in the Ed.D. program in Teacher Education and Teacher Development. Faculty members are expected to be active scholars; develop a significant body of research with a solid record of refereed publications; advise students; engage in curriculum development, including online courses; contribute to accreditation processes; participate in department, college, and university committees; and teach both on and off campus.|
Earned doctorate in Elementary Education, Special Education, Early Childhood Education, Curriculum and Teaching, or related field, with a strong emphasis on elementary inclusion/special education. Successful teaching at the elementary level or equivalent, and a well-defined research agenda and evidence of scholarly activities required. Expertise in teaching English language learners, literacy education, disability studies in education, urban education, on-line teaching, or assessment methods preferred. Experience with doctoral-level teaching and advising desirable. The department and the College of Education and Human Services are committed to student and faculty diversity and value the educational benefits that derive from such diversity. We are seeking candidates who demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively in and with socially, culturally, and economically diverse communities; have a commitment to education for social justice, democratic practice, and critical thinking; and/or are interested in addressing issues of inclusive education in research, teaching, and curriculum development.
|SALARY RANGE||Salary dependent upon qualifications.|
September 1, 2013
(Include V Number)
|Send application letter, resume, and three letters of reference to:
Dr. Tamara Lucas, CEHS Associate Dean
Montclair State University
BOX C316, V-F6
Montclair, NJ 07043
|APPLY BY||Review begins immediately and continues until position is filled.|
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