******************************** Sent at the request of Greg Foley.firstname.lastname@example.org ******************************** Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education Department of Teacher Education Ohio University
The Patton College of Education at Ohio University invites applications for an assistant professor of mathematics education in the Department Teacher Education. We seek an individual with credentials, experience, and a record of teaching, research, and service suitable for a tenure-track position in the college.
The Patton College supports learner-centered teaching, research and scholarship, and service within and beyond the university. We are committed to lifelong learning, to outreach for broader impacts, and to diversity among students and faculty. Faculty members are expected to conduct scholarship at a level commensurate with a research university, to embrace a clinical model of teacher education, and to be innovative with regard to instructional formats. The college and the university are committed to serving a diverse student population that includes international and nontraditional students and to providing service to the region through collaboration.
Teaching responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate classes in the Department of Teacher Education and in particular classes in mathematics methods for teacher candidates in early childhood education, middle childhood education, and special education. Other position responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate advising; conducting original research; writing scholarly works for publication; pursuing external grant funding to support project and research activity; participating in school, college, and university service; and sharing responsibility for activities such as advising student professional organizations; participating in continuing accreditation activities (NCATE); working with regional mathematics education programs; and being actively involved in professional organizations. We seek a candidate who is committed to the region, the mission of the university, and the goals of the department.
. Doctorate in mathematics education or a related field . Master's degree in mathematics, or the equivalent
. Potential for or record of strong scholarship in mathematics education . Teaching experience at the K-12 level . Interest in developing innovative curricula . Research and evaluation experience that will help obtain grant funding and lead to further innovation in programs . Interest in supporting and implementing P-12 reforms . Potential to expand teacher professional development programs and to assist local schools in developing advanced curricular offerings . Proficiency in teaching with technology . Record of service to the profession
Position will remain open until filled. For full consideration apply by March 17, 2014. Review of applications will begin March 10, 2014. Applications must be submitted online (https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/2055 ). Include detailed cover letter, current vita, statement of research interests, evidence of effective teaching (course syllabi, teaching evaluations, or statement of teaching philosophy), three letters of recommendation, and contact information for 3-5 additional references. Review of applications will begin March 10, 2014, and the closing date for applications is March 17, 2014. The expected start date is August 2014.
Ohio University and the Department of Teacher Education
Ohio University is doctoral-granting research university, categorized as a RU/H: Research University (high research activity) by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest public institution of higher learning in the historic Northwest Territory and the first in the state of Ohio. A comprehensive, national university, it offers both distinctive, high quality undergraduate education and excellent, focused graduate education. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Athens's natural beauty provides a picturesque setting for a classic college town.
The Department of Teacher Education includes 13 tenure-line faculty members who serve more than 1,400 bachelor's, 160 master's, and 40 doctoral students in a full range of licensure, endorsement, and advanced programs. The department engages with the Center for Professional Development School Partnerships, the Child Development Center, the Coalition of Rural and Appalachian Schools, and the Stevens Literacy Center. Mathematics education within the department cuts across early childhood, middle school, and adolescent-to-young-adult licensure as well as advanced programs. The department boasts a thriving PhD program in mathematics education, with some 14 students actively enrolled in course work or engaged in dissertation research.
The Department of Teacher Education has a long history of collaboration with the Department of Mathematics. The Morton professor of mathematics education teaches in both departments, and another faculty member has a joint appointment across the two departments. Faculty members from both departments are engaged in the work of the South East Ohio Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science. Faculty members in both departments maintain productive and interactive programs of teaching, scholarship, and service.
Ohio University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. Candidates from underrepresented minority groups, women, and persons with disabilities are particularly encouraged to apply.
For more information about Ohio University, please visit: www.ohio.edu