Assistant Professor of Foundations Location:
Albany State Rec. Location Regular/Temporary:
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Job Summary The Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in educational foundations in the School of Education. Responsibilities
Teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses (15 hours) each semester (fall, spring)Advise the students in the foundational education courses in undergraduate and graduate programsEngage in writing program assessment reportsUpdate curriculum to be aligned with PSC rule changesSeeks external funding through grantsOther job-related duties as required
Required Qualifications Earned doctorate (PhD OR EdD) in Educational Foundations OR elementary education OR middle grades education from an accredited institution is required. Successful university level teaching and supervision experiences; three years of successful work experience with young children or equivalent clinical experiences serving children P-5 are also required. The faculty member should have three years’ experience in higher education at an accredited institution teaching education at undergraduate and graduate level. Preferred Qualifications Experience in K -12 teaching Proposed Salary Salary range is from $50,000 to $60,000Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Knowledge
The faculty member should have knowledge of the foundational education courses offered in the unit and any associated PSC accreditations that exist within the unit. Skills
The faculty member should have excellent communication skills, both oral and written. The faculty member should have knowledge of Professional Standards Commission Rules for Candidate Preparation in all levels of foundational education courses. Abilities
The faculty member should have knowledge of Microsoft Office, Banner. Contact Information
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