Teaching Faculty I in English Education/Reading Education 12 Month SALARY Location:
Tallahassee, FL Regular/Temporary:
Regular Full/Part Time:
Full-Time Job ID:
School of Teacher Education
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Teach required courses for the Florida Reading Endorsement to secondary English education students (seeking grades 6–12 certification); teach courses in the online Curriculum & Instruction MS program; coordinate and oversee students’ field experiences embedded in Reading Endorsement courses; collaborate with English Education, Reading Education, and Curriculum & Instruction faculty to design and implement instruction in all courses. Service:
Participate in English Education program planning, recruitment, and retention efforts; serve on the Online Curriculum & Instruction MS Committee; serve on the Reading Committee. Additional service to the department, college, and university. Qualifications
Ph.D. completed by August 2023 in English Education, Reading Education, or a closely-related field; minimum 18-credits graduate Reading coursework; post-secondary teaching experience; three years teaching in K–12 schools.
Preferred We are seeking a colleague who demonstrates a commitment to social justice, antiracism, and inclusive teacher preparation in all aspects of their work. In addition, we prefer to hire a colleague with online teaching experience, grades 6–12 ELA teaching experience, and teacher education experience. Other Information This is a 12-month position at the rank of Teaching Faculty I (non-tenure-earning) in the School of Teacher Education (STE). Our new colleague will teach four (4) fall semester courses, four (4) spring semester courses, and two (2) summer courses in the English education/Reading programs and the Curriculum & Instruction Online MS program. The position may include field supervision of students in early-field placements and student teaching internships. STE is a diverse and collaborative unit of scholars who work to provide evidence-based teacher preparation and professional development in service of State of Florida students, teachers, and schools. Demand for English teachers in Florida is high, and STE enrollments are growing. The online Curriculum & Instruction MS program is ranked #4 in the U.S. among online MS programs in Education. Contact Info
Dr. Blake Tenore
Teaching Faculty II
Coordinator of English Education
Florida State University
College of Education
School of Teacher Education
1114 West Call Street
Tallahassee, FL 32306
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