The Department of Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum in the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education at the University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus is pleased to invite passionate, creative, innovative, dynamic individuals with practical and scholarly experience to be part of a robust program and academic community. The Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education aspires to become a diverse and inclusive community of learners who engage in transformative scholarship with and in communities to advance justice and promote human dignity. We are seeking nominations and application for a full-time (nine-month), tenure-track, assistant professor position in mathematics education. We seek candidates who are devoted to the improvement of mathematics teaching and learning, who are well-grounded in current theories of mathematics education and social constructivist learning, who are committed to building a research agenda in mathematics education and will contribute to growing interest and expertise in elementary mathematics, STEM education, culturally responsive and sustaining mathematics pedagogy and/or mathematics for equity and social justice.
The responsibilities of the position consist of but are not limited to teaching courses in mathematics education and other related undergraduate and graduate level courses each regular semester with opportunities to teach during the summer months; advising and mentoring graduate students and directing master’s theses with potential for directing doctoral dissertations; assisting in program coordination in collaboration with program faculty; mentoring part-time instructors in mathematics education; developing or continuing a productive research agenda in mathematics education; seeking external funding to support research, teaching, and service activities in mathematics education; providing service to the department, college, university, and profession; continuing current relationships with centers and other colleges and departments across the university as well as with local PK-12 school districts throughout the metropolitan area and developing future partnerships with other formal and informal learning institutions; and participating in other activities as appropriate.