Reporting to the Chair of the Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, the Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education is expected to collaborate with faculty across the Educator Preparation Provider (EPP), teach mathematics education courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, supervise and assist with field experiences, maintain an active research agenda (including publications, professional presentations, and external grant proposals), model effective teaching practices, use instructional technology effectively, and participate in program development. Some teaching may be conducted at off-campus sites. This is for two 9-month, tenure-track positions. The ideal candidate will have:
• Three or more years of teaching at elementary and/or early childhood levels.
•Earned 18 credit hours of graduate-level mathematics or statistics.
• Experience or expertise in teaching mathematics for emergent bilinguals, culturally responsive pedagogy, or cognitively guided instruction.
• Experience teaching at the university level.
• Experience teaching and developing online courses based on an articulated philosophy of teaching and learning.
• Scholarship, service and/or experience related to working with historically underrepresented and marginalized P – 16 students.
• Experience with teacher performance assessments, such as edTPA.