Open Rank- Teacher Education
THE COLLEGE: The department offers courses in the Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies, a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with various curricular strands (including early childhood education), and a Ph.D. in Teaching, Learning, and Culture. Much of the College's innovative work is supported by large grants from the U.S. Department of Education, National Science Foundation, and the Carnegie Foundation.The College offers a high level of technical support, generous start-up packages, and mentoring for new faculty.
Preferred Qualifications: (1) Three years of professional experience working with young children birth-8, families, and community; (2) demonstrated excellence in teaching and/or supervision in undergraduate/graduate early childhood teacher education courses with emphasis on inclusive practices and philosophies; (3) active participation in appropriate professional organizations; (4) knowledge of NAEYC and DEC recommended practices and guidelines; (5) English/Spanish bilingual.
Hiring decisions are based on budget approval.
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