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Assistant / Associate Professor of Teacher Education – Curriculum and Instruction
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Assistant / Associate Professor of Teacher Education – Curriculum and Instruction

Lindsey Wilson College Division of Education is seeking a full time assistant or associate professor to teach in the undergraduate and graduate teacher education programs beginning in August 2014.  The position includes assessment responsibilities for the continuing NCATE / CAEP accreditation.

The Education Division offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary, Middle, and Secondary Education with licensure in English language arts, math, biology secondary / science middle, and social science.  P-12 licensure programs in music, art, PE and health education are housed within the department.   

Teaching responsibilities for the position include technology in the classroom and curriculum areas within the candidate's area of expertise. Teaching in the Master of Education, Teacher as Leader program is an option for the qualified candidate.

Duties include advising undergraduate education students, serving as a technology resource for the Education Division, supervising field experience, cultivating and strengthening partnerships with P-12 schools, and leadership in accreditation efforts through assessment and data collection. Particular attention will be paid to candidates who demonstrate a desire to assume leadership responsibilities and have expertise in state and national teacher education issues.   Serving the college through committee assignments and participating in relevant scholarly activity are also requirements.

Qualifications:

Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Education with an emphasis in curriculum design, assessment, and learning theory.  (Expertise in literacy, special education and /or leadership is an asset.)

P-12 teaching experience with current teaching certification in one of the degree areas.

College teaching experience and experience in teaching online courses.  Experience teaching with Blackboard is an asset.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  

Applicants should submit  a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts and contact information for three professional references.   Information should be sent to Dr. Bettie C. Starr, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Lindsey Wilson College, 210 Lindsey Wilson St., Columbia, KY 42728 or e-mailed to starrb@lindsey.edu

Lindsey Wilson College is an equal opportunity employer. 

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