Assistant/Associate Professor (Clinical) of Education
Winston-Salem State University - Winston-Salem, NC

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Brief Description of Duties: Non-Tenure Track Assistant/Associate Professor of Birth-Kindergarten Education, Beginning August 15, 2011

Responsibilities:
Serve as clinical faculty;
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the Birth-Kindergarten Program and in other related teacher education program areas as needed; supervise the clinical experiences of BKE students; advice undergraduate and graduate students, serve on dissertation, thesis and project committees; develop and actively maintain a focused program of scholarship and funded grants; provide service to the BKE program and the department; work with professional development school networks; serve on departmental, school, and university committees; contribute to program development and participate in the shared governance system of the university; collaborate with school districts, professional development schools, and other institutional partners; & engage in current national dialogues on professional preparation of teachers and other school personnel.

Required Qualifications:
Earned doctorate in Early Childhood Education or related field from; experience working with ECE programs, young children and staff; appropriate postsecondary teaching experience; demonstrated record or potential for scholarly research appropriate to the rank; experience working with diverse populations; valid North Carolina Teaching Certificate or the qualifications to obtain one; expertise in using and integrating advanced technologies into teaching and learning; background and experience in Early Language and Literacy; demonstrated expertise and potential for excellence in developing and teaching courses (including online and distance learning courses) in Birth Kindergarten Education; & excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Desired Qualifications:
Preference will be given to applicants who, in addition to the required qualifications, have one or more of the following: three or more years of experience coordinating/directing Birth-Kindergarten Education program at an NCATE/SACS accredited program/institution; experience in developing and teaching online instruction as well as in hybrid formats; ability and experience teaching distance education courses; an active research agenda; expertise in Curriculum, Instructional Planning and assessment; actively acquired external funding; valid North Carolina Teaching License in both Birth-Kindergarten and Elementary Education (1st- 6th grade); extensive experience in using and integrating information and communications technology into teaching and learning at both P-12 and higher education settings; demonstrated record or potential for conducting outreach and public service activities; ability and experience related to grant proposals and funded research; experience directing thesis/projects and/or dissertations; and knowledge and experience in NCATE, SACS and North Carolina Department of Public Instruction accreditation requirements and processes.

Competencies:
  • Serve as clinical faculty.
  • Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the Birth-Kindergarten Program and in other related teacher education program areas as needed (campus and off-campus; in face-to-face, online, and hybrid formats).
  • Supervise the clinical experiences of BKE students.
  • Advice undergraduate and graduate students, serve on dissertation, thesis and project committees.
  • Develop and actively maintain a focused program of scholarship and funded grants.
  • Provide service to the BKE program and the department.
  • Work with professional development school networks.
  • Serve on departmental, school, and university committees.
  • Contribute to program development and participate in the shared governance system of the university.
  • Collaborate with school districts, professional development schools, and other institutional partners; engage in current national dialogues on professional preparation of teachers and other school personnel.
Required Education/Experience/Skills (Minimum Qualifications):

Candidates for the position should have:
  • Earned doctorate in Early Childhood Education or related field from.
  • Experience working with ECE programs, young children and staff.
  • Appropriate postsecondary teaching experience.
  • Demonstrated record or potential for scholarly research appropriate to the rank.
  • Experience working with diverse populations.
  • Valid North Carolina Teaching Certificate or the qualifications to obtain one.
  • Expertise in using and integrating advanced technologies into teaching and learning.
  • Background and experience in Early Language and Literacy.
  • Demonstrated expertise and potential for excellence in developing and teaching courses (including online and distance learning courses) in Birth Kindergarten Education.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
License or Certification Required by Statute or Regulation: Valid North Carolina Teaching Certificate or the qualifications to obtain one

Special Instructions: A criminal background check will be conducted on the candidate finalist prior to the employment offer

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