Lecturer, Part-time Temporary - Master of Education, English Language Learner

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Lecturer, Part-time Temporary - Master of Education, English Language Learner

Tacoma, WA
Open Date:
Oct 14, 2019

The University of Washington Tacoma’s School of Education (SOE) invites applications for a Part-Time Lecturer Temporary (non-tenure track) position to teach one online graduate level (2-3cr course) during the winter 2020 quarter. The appointment period is for 3 months: 12/16/19 – 3/15/20.

Course Description:

T EDUC 563 Cultural and Linguistic Contexts for Instructing English Language Learners: Examines research on the social contexts of learning and teaching English as a second language. Analyzes multidisciplinary studies on culture in applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, and language policy. Understands how educational environments impact second language learners' attitude and identities as well as teachers' instructional approaches. This is an online course.

University of Washington Tacoma/School of Education Background:

One of three campuses of the University of Washington, UW Tacoma is a growing urban‐serving university that offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees for the diverse population of the South Puget Sound region. UW Tacoma’s commitment to equity and inclusion is central to maintaining an atmosphere wherein students, staff, faculty and residents find abundant opportunities for intellectual, personal, and professional growth. For information about UW Tacoma, please see our website at http://www.tacoma.uw.edu/

The School of Education (SOE) at UW Tacoma is one of seven academic units on campus. The mission of our school is: “to prepare ethical and reflective educators who transform learning, contribute to the community, exemplify professionalism and promote diversity.” Central to our values are a commitment to promoting equity and social justice in our schools and society. More information about our conceptual framework, mission, and values is located on our website: http://www.tacoma.uw.edu/school-education/conceptual-framework

  • Masters or doctorate in Education or related field
  • Extensive knowledge of bilingual education, multicultural education and sociolinguistics research, theory and practice
  • Experience working with multilingual/immigrant children, families, and communities.
  • Experience working in diverse k-12 educational settings
  • Commitment to social justice, anti-racist, and de-colonizing education
  • General understanding of how to use an online Learning Management System to instruct a full online course.

Application Instructions:

Open until filled but priority review date is November 15, 2019

Application materials are only accepted through the Interfolio system which is accessed from the Apply Now option. Please submit the following documents in pdf format:

  1. A cover letter (1-2 pages) that addresses: a brief summary of your background and experiences that highlight your qualifications to teach this course. The cover letter should also address how your teaching can contribute to the SOE mission and values which can be viewed in our conceptual framework: https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/school-education/conceptual-framework
  2. A current curriculum vitae minimally showing all degrees and certificate/licenses earned as well as any relevant employment and professional experience.
  3. A minimum of one (3 preferred) letter of recommendation that supports your interest and qualifications in teaching this course. The letter(s) of recommendation must be on letterhead, signed, and dated within the last year.

Persons who are offered employment at UW Tacoma must successfully complete a pre-employment background check. They also will be required to provide un-official transcripts for degree-verification purposes.

Any questions can be sent to Cindy Valerio, Director of Operations at [email protected]




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Posted: 10/16/2019
Application Due: 11/24/2019
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