Assistant Professor of Elementary Mathematics Education PK-6 (Tenure Track)
- The University of Alabama
- Tuscaloosa, AL
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- Institution Type
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Assistant ProfessorOther Title Information::
Assistant Professor of Elementary Mathematics Education PK-6 (Tenure Track)Organization::
212401 - CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTIONPosition Summary::
- teach undergraduate and graduate courses in elementary mathematics education
- supervise practicum experiences when needed
- collaborate with local teachers in schools who mentor preservice teachers
- maintain an active research record in mathematics education and publish in scholarly peer-reviewed journals
- obtain external funding in support of scholarly activity in mathematics education
- advise undergraduate, masters, and education specialist degree-seeking students
- direct doctoral research studies in mathematics education (when appropriate)
- serve on dissertation committees
- participate in program development and accreditation processes
- serve on student and faculty committees
- provide service within the University, to state and local educational agencies, and to relevant professional organizations
The University of Alabama
College of Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Program in Elementary Education
Position: Assistant Professor of Elementary Mathematics Education PK-6 (Tenure-Track)
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Alabama invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Elementary Mathematics Education PK-6 (Tenure Track). A successful candidate will join an active research and teaching faculty as well as a vibrant student community. The Department of Curriculum and Instruction, along with the College of Education, is firmly committed to creating a welcoming culture and practice of equity and inclusivity in which diverse identities and perspectives are recognized, valued, and promoted.
About the University of Alabama and the College of EducationThe University of Alabama is experiencing tremendous growth, with enrollment reaching 38,320 students for fall 2021, compared to 27,052 in the fall of 2008. Approximately one fourth of UA’s freshman class scored 31 or higher on the ACT and the entering class in 2021 includes 281 National Merit Scholars. The University of Alabama is a leader among public universities nationwide in the enrollment of National Merit Scholars with more than 940 currently enrolled and has R1: Doctoral Universities – Very High Research Activity status in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. In addition, The University of Alabama made Forbes’ list of the Best Employers for New Graduates in 2021. Finally, the University of Alabama has a total statewide economic impact of UA: $2.777 billion; 13,606 jobs; and $137.1 million in income and sales taxes (UA Center for Business and Economic Research). Please visit our University webpage (https://www.ua.edu) for more details on University activities and faculty supports.
Our mission at the College of Education (COE) is to be a leader in Alabama and across the nation in teaching, scholarship, advocacy, and service by developing professionals with pedagogic and disciplinary expertise who advance the intellectual and social conditions of all learners in a globalized society. To that end, the COE welcomes candidates whose experience in teaching, research, and/or community service has prepared them to UNITE with the larger community to collaboratively nurture cultural competence, empathy, and a vision of equity and justice for all learners; ACT to develop the full potential of all learners to be excellent professionals in their fields; and LEAD through continuous research-based critical inquiry of policy and reflective practice to enable transformative change in our diverse local and global communities. The COE consists of six Departments and is impactful in the lives of the individuals and entities we serve spanning populations, ages, settings, and contexts. Our faculty’s research, teaching, and service is widely recognized through their securement of external funding, national awards, professional organization leadership, established centers and offices, and outreach to the local, state, and national communities. Faculty in the college are free to pursue their passions, partner with the local communities, and excel in their many pursuits of academia. Please visit our COE website (https://education.ua.edu) for more details of our impactful community and faculty supports.
Life in TuscaloosaThe University of Alabama is located in West Alabama and is 45 minutes southwest of Birmingham, Alabama. Tuscaloosa, a quintessential college town with a population of 100,633, has excellent recreational, educational, and cultural opportunities available. The Tuscaloosa area provides hiking, biking, and running trails, as well as playgrounds, parks, and dog parks to enjoy the outdoors. Lake Tuscaloosa, Lake Nicol and Lake Lurleen offer sporting and leisure activities. Tuscaloosa is less than 100 miles from Selma’s Edmund Pettus Bridge, Birmingham Civil Rights Museum, the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice. Tuscaloosa is within driving distance of Atlanta, Nashville, New Orleans, Memphis, and the beaches of Gulf Shores. Tuscaloosa is also home to the Alabama Museum of Natural History, The Bryant Museum, Children’s Hands-On Museum, Moundville Archaeological Park, multiple sporting events, concerts hosted at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater, and several festivals (e.g., West Alabama Food & Wine Festival, Druid City Arts Festival, Druid City Pride Festival, Kentuck Arts Festival, etc.). Tuscaloosa continues to grow in population, cultural events, and shopping alongside the University. Please visit the Tuscaloosa Chamber of Commerce (https://tuscaloosachamber.com) to learn more about our city.
• earned doctorate in Mathematics Education or Curriculum and Instruction with a focus in mathematics education for grades Pre-K to 6th• at least two years full-time classroom teaching in Pre-K-6th grades• ability to pursue a research agenda with the potential for external funding in mathematics education• ability to teach courses in Pre-K-6th grade mathematics education and teach courses in general elementary education, curriculum and instruction• ability to integrate technology into instruction including web-assisted and other delivery models• ability to teach with an access, equity, and opportunity perspective
• experience with the edTPA licensure assessment• experience with emergent bilingual populations• experience working in collaborative settings• the ability to integrate inclusion concepts into instruction• interest in state initiatives (e.g., AMSTI)• potential to teach/develop online graduate courses
• develop an active research/publication record related to mathematics education for early childhood/elementary grades
• teach undergraduate and graduate courses in mathematics education for early childhood/elementary grades
• collaborate in pursuing external funding in mathematics education
• serve on graduate student committees
• serve on committees (e.g., departmental, college, or university-wide)
Further information is accessible at http://www.education.ua.edu.
Questions regarding this position can be directed to the Department Chair, Dr. Miguel Mantero, [email protected]
Starting Date: August 16, 2023
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
* Health and Life Insurance
* TIAA-CREF with matching funds available
* Teachers’ Retirement System of Alabama
* Summer employment available on an as needed
* International teaching opportunities possible
Application Deadline: The review of credentials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Application Process: Please apply online at https://facultyjobs.ua.edu. A letter of application, unofficial transcript(s) of all graduate level coursework, vita, up to three samples of professional writing, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references are required to complete the online application process.
Prior to hiring, the final candidate must successfully pass a pre-employment background investigation and submit “official” transcript(s) of all graduate level coursework.
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09/14/2022Expected Starting Date::
08/16/2023Special Instructions to Applicants::
Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) to five (5) references should be included with your vita or cover letter.
Attach as two (2) separate “Other Documents”:
1. Document Number 1 – Up to three samples of professional writings as “Other Document”
2. Document Number 2 – Unofficial transcript(s) of all graduate level coursework as “Other Document”
(Document number 1 and 2 must be attached separately as “Other Document” for application process to be complete.)
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