Duties and Responsibilities: Teaching and Learning: The School of Education, Loyola University Chicago, announces a tenure-track position at the assistant or associate professor rank with primary teaching, research and service responsibilities with an emphasis on teaching and learning in urban schools. Loyola's NCATE accredited B.S.Ed., M.Ed, and Ed.D, and Ph.D. programs prepare school leaders in the Chicago metropolitan area, one of the nation's liveliest educational scenes. The School of Education offers degrees at the baccalaureate, masters and doctoral levels (Ed.D and Ph.D.).
The selected individual will teach undergraduate and graduate teacher preparation courses and graduate courses in curriculum and instruction including but not limited to curriculum issues related to urban schools, curriculum theory, and curriculum development; supervise dissertations; conduct an active research and publication program; and demonstrate commitment to serving a diverse student body and profession. An individual hired at the Associate level will be expected to contribute to the Teaching and Learning program in a leadership role.
Minimum Qualifications: Required qualifications include: earned doctorate in a field related to Teaching and Learning; experience in Pk-12 schools, experience with online instruction, and a commitment to social justice and diversity. Desirable qualifications include: experience with professional development for classroom teachers, familiarity with university-school-community partnerships and a research interest in teacher education. Applicants at the Associate level should have relevant leadership skills and experience.