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General Statement of Duties:
The Education Department invites applications for a full-time,
tenure track, assistant professor position. Appointment at the rank
of assistant professor is anticipated, but higher rank may be
considered for suitably qualified candidates. Requires the ability
to develop and teach undergraduate and Master's level courses in
education with a focus on English Language Learners/Sheltered
English Immersion pedagogy. Successful candidates require the
ability to design courses that are face to face as well as
synchronous and asynchronous for online platforms.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Teaching undergraduate and graduate courses both on campus and
online (24 semester hours of credit of instruction per school year)
and preparation for classroom instruction.
- Instructional responsibilities include teaching undergraduate
and graduate teacher education classes focused on curriculum
studies, second language learner pedagogy, and multicultural
- Supervising field and clinical experiences on or off
- Undergraduate and graduate student assistance including
- Participate in curriculum review and development, program
reviews and student outcomes assessment. Includes activities
related to accreditation by the Massachusetts Department of
Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and other governing
- Attend university functions, including commencement;
convocation; and faculty, committee, and departmental
- Participate in scheduled orientation and registration
- Utilization of technology in teaching, including university
student monitoring and data systems.
- Providing service to the department, university, and the
- Coordinate with off-campus and extended campus partners.
- Opportunities to teach summer, winter term, and online
undergraduate and graduate courses.
- Candidates must have a strong background in Sheltered English
Immersion, English as a Second Language or bilingual education and
a commitment to inclusive excellence.
- Candidates must have a relevant earned doctorate or working
toward the completion of a terminal degree.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse student
- Experience developing curriculum and course material inclusive
of underrepresented groups is preferred.
- Evidence of serving, and/or research related to
diverse, multi-cultural populations is also
- Demonstrated leadership in curriculum and instruction related
to ELL research, and strategic decision-making.
- A record of scholarly work, active participation in
professional organizations, experience supervising field and
clinical experiences, and additional expertise in teaching English
as a Second Language are preferred.
- Ability to integrate appropriate technology and software in
- Experience working in public schools with second language
- Ability to perform all duties with or without reasonable