Teaching Credentials: California State University, Sacramento invites applications for a tenure track position in the College of Education: Special Education with an Emphasis on Mild/Moderate (High Incidences) Disabilities at the Assistant/Associate Professor rank beginning August 2019. Applicants must have an earned doctorate in Education with an emphasis on special education in mild/moderate (high incidences) disabilities. Candidates in the final stages of a doctoral program will be considered with evidence of completion by August 2019. The program curriculum features a Dual Credential pathway in which candidates earn a Mild/Moderate Education Specialist Credential as well as a Multiple Subject Credential. Faculty work collaboratively with school partners to place student teachers in inclusive settings to provide opportunities for collaboration/co-teaching with general educators.
Required qualifications for this position include the following: knowledge of methodologies to support the learning of students with mild/moderate (high incidences) disabilities, collaborate with other educators, and engage families and care providers; legal and historical aspects of public education and services to students with disabilities; inclusive service delivery models for students with mild/moderate (high incidences) disabilities. Ability to teach to students in undergraduate, credential, and graduate programs. Experience must include: Working with or teaching students with mild/moderate (high incidences) disabilities; working with students from diverse cultures; working or teaching in urban school settings serving students PK-22, English Learners, or youth from a variety of language, ethnically/racially diverse communities and cultural background; and experience using instructional technologies to enhance student learning. Special consideration will be given to those with a STEM knowledge base and experience with STEM teaching. Salary is dependent upon qualifications and professional experience. Applicants must submit: A current curriculum vitae with name and contact information of three references as the last page; a Cover letter that addresses your interest and qualifications for the position, a diversity statement (see application for specific prompt), and any evidence of teaching effectiveness as well as your scholarship agenda and unofficial transcripts from your doctoral program. Applications are only accepted through the Sacramento State jobs website located at http://www.csus.edu/hr/jobs/. Instructions on how to apply can also be found at this link. Cleary Act statistics available. Background check (including criminal) required. Initial Review will begin December 1, 2018.
About Sacramento State - Teaching Credentials
The College of Education is seeking applicants for the Special Education with an Emphasis on Mild/Moderate (High Incidence) Disabilities and a Specialization in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) position at the rank of Assistant Professor. This position is housed in the Teaching Credentials branch (Academic and Program Services) in the College of Education. The College of Education has a genuine commitment to developing scholars and practitioners who recognize that we live and work in diverse linguistic, racial, gender, economic, and religious institutions and communities, and also understand the need to TEACH for Change. The College offers a Bachelors degree, P/K- 16 Teaching, Counseling, and Administrative Credentials, Masters and Doctoral degrees in Education.
The College prepares future teachers and other educational professionals to work effectively with culturally, racially and linguistically diverse populations, as well as students with special needs. Candidates/graduates are prepared to assume leadership roles with respect to advocating for educational equity and social justice in education at all levels. The programs' sequenced and integrated design results in highly ...focused instruction interwoven with hands-on teaching experiences, sustained mentoring, and personalized advising. The faculty work closely together, and the program curriculum features courses that are collaboratively developed and may be co-taught. Faculty have close professional relationships with local P/K-12 and higher educational institutions, community and governmental organizations/institutions throughout the Sacramento region. Faculty members provide academic and professional support to local programs, teachers, administrators, counselors, as well as, engage in collaborative or joint research, scholarly projects, presentations, and professional development related activities.