Master of Arts in Teaching - Field Supervisors
Empire State College was established in 1971 by Dr. Ernest Boyer as a distinctive statewide institution focused on innovative and nontraditional teaching and learning.
The college continues its 46-year commitment experimenting with new, flexible, and individualized modes of learning through such practices as mentoring students throughout their academic studies, creating individualized degree plans, valuing learning gained from life and work experience, building professional and social student support communities and creating flexible modes of delivery to meet students' diverse learning preferences. The college now boast over 75,000 proud and successful alumni and partners with nearly 20,000 students a year who want to expand their personal and professional horizons.
Empire State College is a part of the SUNY System and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. With headquarters in Saratoga Springs, New York, ESC serves mostly working adults pursuing associate, bachelor's and master's degrees online and onsite at 35 locations across the state of New York and abroad.
The State University of New York Empire State College Master of Arts in Teaching Program is seeking secondary education field supervisors in all regions of New York State. Field supervisors observe, mentor, and provide constructive feedback to students during their clinical placements. Supervisors are needed in the areas of secondary ELA, math, science, Spanish, and social studies.
- Master’s degree
- Professional or permanent New York State certification in ELA, math, science, Spanish, or social studies
- A Minimum of 5 years of teaching or teacher supervision experience, with at least 3 years being as a secondary classroom teacher of record
- Ability to utilize educational technologies
- Observation experience
- Knowledge of APPR and edTPA
Rank/Salary: $104 per observation plus travel
Applications Due by: Applications accepted until positions filled.
Empire State College is an EOE employer.
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