Professor of Practice, Middle/Secondary Education & Educational Studies
Founded in 1845, Wittenberg is a nationally ranked, private, liberal arts college related to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and has an enrollment of about 1,800 students. Wittenberg enjoys a national reputation for excellent academic standards and is widely known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Wittenberg has an exceptional staff and award-winning faculty who share a commitment to undergraduate teaching, research, and development of students into successful global citizens. Situated on 100 acres of rolling hills in Springfield Ohio, Wittenberg is easily accessible from Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati.
Wittenberg was recently ranked in the top 20 by the Princeton Review for "Professors Get High Marks," "Campus Beauty" and "Student Participation in Intramurals".
Wittenberg University's Education Department is seeking a new colleague in secondary education and educational studies. This is a full-time, Professor of Practice position. The primary responsibilities for this position will include teaching, advising, and curriculum development, with some expectation of research and/or service. The Professor of Practice appointment is a five-year term, which may be renewable. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate teacher education courses in middle/secondary curriculum and instruction, foundations of education, and educational psychology. The department will give special consideration to candidates who have a background in middle/secondary language arts, urban education, and/or special education.
Depending on degree earned and/or area of expertise, the candidate will have the opportunity to teach in our graduate program, specifically courses focused on educational leadership. He or she will be expected to advise undergraduate students, work on graduate student thesis committees, and supervise students in field experience courses and student teaching.
Wittenberg's Education Department is deeply invested in community improvement, and we maintain local, national, and international partnerships that provide our students and faculty with a range of teaching and learning experiences. We are an NCATE accredited (CAEP Accreditation Eligible) institution and the Education Department cherishes its role as part of Wittenberg's liberal arts tradition.
For this position, we require that candidates have a master's degree or higher and at least five years of relevant work experience in K-12 schools. We are looking not only for evidence of teaching effectiveness and relevant work experience to share with our teacher and principal candidates, but also for dedication to teacher preparation, a sense of humor, knowledge of best instructional practices, and an excellent team member.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Wittenberg is committed to attracting and retaining highly qualified individuals who collectively reflect the diversity of our student body and society at-large. Please see our notice of nondiscrimination housed on our website.
We ask candidates to set-up an account and apply through our online system. As part of the application process, you will be asked to upload the following documents in MS Word or PDF format.
- Letter of application
- Curriculum vitae
- Unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts
Complete applications should also include three letters of reference. Letters of reference may be uploaded with your application as PDF files on letterhead or mailed directly to Dr. Sally Brannan, Associate Professor of Education, Wittenberg University, Post Office Box 720, Springfield, OH 45501-0720 or emailed to [email protected]
If you are a person with a disability and require assistance with the application process, please contact Wittenberg's Human Resources Department at 937-327-7517.
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