Lecturer/Assistant Professor Indegenous Education
UNIVERSTY OF NORTH DAKOTA
Department of Teaching, Leading and Professional Practice, Indigenous Education
The Department of Teaching, Leadership and Professional Practice is seeking a non-tenure track Instructor/Assistant Professor starting August 16, 2019.
The Department of Teaching, Leadership, and Professional Practice is dedicated to the scholarly pursuit and dissemination of knowledge to aid in the professional development of teachers, teacher educators, and scholars at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We engage in teaching, research, and service that inform exemplary policy and practice at all levels of education, from early childhood through higher education. Through our practice, scholarly pursuits, and service to the educational community, we emphasize, embrace and reflect upon the intertwined processes of teaching, learning and professional practice. We promote constructive learning environments to enhance students' abilities to appreciate diversity and operate as productive citizens of a global society.
Duties & Responsibilities
The successful candidate will serve as an Instructor/Assistant Professor of Indigenous Education, non-tenure track, with primary responsibilities in teaching, advising, and service/outreach. The successful candidate will teach three to four courses per semester, supervise field placements and student teachers, advise undergraduate and graduate students, and participate in grant activities, outreach and service. Additional teaching opportunities are available in summer.
Salary is dependent on qualifications and may be increased through grant-procuring activities.
This position aims to recruit a teacher educator with expertise in indigenous education and experience teaching diverse P-12 students, preferably American Indian students. The position will support a grant-funded bachelor's degree in Indigenous Language Education. The ideal candidate will be able to teach general teacher education courses as well as specialized courses in indigenous education. Candidates with expertise and/or experience in indigenous language education are preferred.
Master's degree in Education
Background in Indigenous Education
Experience teaching culturally and linguistically diverse students
Ability to teach a range of courses in Teacher Education depending on area/s of expertise
Dedication to working with diverse communities, specifically tribal communities
Ph.D. in Education
PK-12 Teaching Experience, especially with American Indian students
Expertise in indigenous language education or language activism
Experience or willingness to teach online courses
Experience supervising field experiences and student teaching
Ability to write grants and secure external funding related to Indigenous Education
Enrolled member of a federally recognized American Indian tribe
For full consideration, applications must be received by April 15, 2019 and include the following materials:
Letter of Interest
Names and contact information for three references
Position is open until filled.
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North Dakota Veterans claiming preference must submit all proof of eligibility by the closing date. Proof of eligibility includes a DD-214 and if claiming disabled status, a current letter of disability from the VA dated within the last 12 months.
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