College of Education and Health Sciences and the Department of
Education at Baldwin Wallace University seeks applicants for one,
or multiple, part-time adjunct faculty position(s).
We are seeking experienced candidates with a passion for and
commitment to the field of literacy with specific open 3-credit
courses consisting of the following topics: 1) EDU 434,
diagnostics, and remedial reading, 2) EDU 348, reading in the
content area (Middle Childhood, Music Education students), and 3)
EDU 358, reading in the content area (AYA 7-12 students). The
candidate will join a community of equally committed
teacher-scholars who see their role in preparing the next
generation of teachers as both a privilege and a tremendous
responsibility. The Department of Education at Baldwin Wallace is
known for balancing its rigorous and comprehensive preparation
programs with innovative approaches and personal attention to its
Two courses are in the evening (reading in the content area) and
one is during the day (diagnostics and remedial reading).
MAEd, MAT, EDD, or Ph.D. in curriculum and teaching with a
specialization in literacy and reading in the content areas. At
least three years of full-time demonstrated, successful, teaching
experience across K-12 settings. Previous college teaching
experience is preferred. Candidates should also demonstrate a
commitment to learners with disabilities in inclusive settings.
Finally, successful candidates are expected to demonstrate a
commitment to diversity and equity through their teaching,
research, learning, and/or community engagement.
About the Institution:
Baldwin Wallace University is a private, liberal arts
institution located 20 miles southwest of Cleveland. Our proximity
to Cleveland enables partnerships with diverse local school
districts and other higher education institutions. Learn more at
Send (a) letter of application, (b) curriculum vitae, (c)
statement of teaching philosophy, (d) a diversity, equity, and
inclusion statement, and (e) contact information for three current
references. Include all application information in
one Word or one PDF
document. To apply, log on to BW's Employment and Careers' web page
at https://www.bw.edu/employment. Review of
materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is
filled. Additional information, such as official transcripts, will
be required of finalists.
Baldwin Wallace University is an EEO/AA employer and
educator. At BW, we support and encourage diversity in a variety of
forms. We value and appreciate inclusive excellence in the
classroom, within extracurricular activities, and as we engage our
community partners. Learn more about Diversity Affairs at: https://www.bw.edu/about/diversity.
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