Assistant Professor of Math Education and Assessment

Wisconsin, United States
Salary Commensurate with experience
Mar 24, 2021
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

The School of Education is committed to fostering an equitable, diverse,
inclusive, and socially just community. We are seeking applications from individuals who share this commitment. The successful candidate for this position will teach undergraduate courses in early childhood, elementary, and middle school math methods and in education assessment for students seeking licensure in grades PK-9 who are majoring in one or more of the following areas: elementary, early childhood, and/or special education. The ability to develop and maintain collaborative and productive working relationships with local school systems is required. Other responsibilities will involve department service activities, advising, mentoring and professional development. This position may include student teacher supervision. This is a nine-month academic year appointment. Summer teaching may be available.

Required Qualifications
•Earned academic doctoral degree (PhD, EdD) or ABD in Education, Mathematics Education,
or related field.
•Demonstrated participation in or development of equitable, diverse, inclusive, and socially just
learning environments.
•Minimum of three (3) years of full-time teaching experience at the PK-9 level, with significant
experience in the provision of mathematics education and/or administration, interpretation, and
utilization of a wide variety of educational assessments.
•Effective communication and interpersonal skills with diverse populations.
•Clearly articulated scholarly agenda and scholarship record consistent with rank at the time of hire
•Ability to work well in a team setting.

Preferred Qualifications
•Experience as an instructional coach or in the provision of professional development in math
and/or educational assessment.
•Demonstrated experience in differentiation.
•University-level teaching experience.
•Ability to design curriculum that addresses issues of social justice and equity through
mathematics education and assessment methodology.
•Experience teaching at the undergraduate or graduate level both face to face and via a virtual
•Involvement in professional associations.
•Possession of or eligibility for a valid teaching license for any US state.

To apply, click on the appropriate link within the position announcement on the UW-Stevens Point HR job vacancy website:

Required application materials listed within the position announcement.