The College of Education and Human Development and the College of Science and Mathematics invite applications for a non-tenure track, 10-month position as a Master Teacher and Clinical Instructor to work with the UMass Boston UTeach Program. This person will work with and support the Project Co-PIs and Co-Directors to develop, maintain, and ensure the sustainability of the program.
The responsibilities include: (1) teaching undergraduate and graduate STEM teacher preparation courses (9 credits per semester for a total of 18 per academic year), focusing on fostering a deep understanding of STEM concepts and processes; (2) supervise practica related to field-based teacher development; (3) advise students; (4) write and administer grants; (5) present at local, state, and national conferences; (6) contribute to the University's urban mission, to university and departmental committees, and to professional associations. Service at the college, university and professional level is expected, including outreach to schools.
Candidates must have a Master's Degree or equivalent experience (Bachelor's Degree plus 36 credits), preferably in mathematics education, science education, mathematics, or a science discipline. The candidate must be able to demonstrate (1) a minimum of 5 years as a secondary classroom teacher, with a preference for public school experience; (2) interest in participating in a professional preparation program; (3) expertise in appropriate use of instructional technology; (4) regular participation in state, regional, or national professional organizations and activities; and (5) professional scholarship in the form of publications and/or presentations.
This is a non-tenure-track (NTT) faculty appointment consisting of a 9-month instructional and 1-month summer administrative appointment, for a total of 10 months. Appointment is for no more than 3 years. However, reappointment can occur for as long as the appropriate need and resources exist. Reappointment is also dependent upon continual satisfactory job performance. The Master Teacher/Clinical Instructor will report to the program Co-Directors.
To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references online.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.
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