The Department of Special Education is accepting applications for a full-time faculty member at the Lecturer level who will teach Special Education methods and content courses in the School of Education. Responsibilities include teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in a learner-centered environment, academic advisement, scholarly activity, and service to the university and community.
We are seeking an outstanding teacher/scholar whose experience, scholarship, and teaching will complement our current faculty. This opening is for the 2018-2019 academic year and is a one year initial appointment subject to subsequent multi-year reappointments without limit.
Special Education Programs at Monmouth University include undergraduate endorsements and a variety of graduate endorsements and degrees. Faculty in Special Education are expected to contribute to ongoing efforts to revise and expand courses and programs, to be involved in the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) accreditation process, and to work closely with partnership school districts. The Special Education Programs are housed in the Department of Special Education.
Monmouth University is initiating a strategic plan centered on academic and transformative education that focuses on innovative, immersive, and personalized education that prepares students for their lives and their careers. Candidates will be asked to demonstrate their experience and passion for innovative teaching that meets these strategic goals.
Required Degree, License or Certifications: Doctoral degree, ABD candidates may be considered with degree completion expected by date of employment
Required Skills or Software: Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills
Required Years of Experience:
Doctoral degree in Special Education or a related field. Must hold a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Certification.
Teaching experience in K-12 special education with a range of disabilities including autism. Experience in on-line teaching.
Skills and knowledge in classroom management, assistive and instructional technology, assessment, collaborative practices, special education law and evidence-based practices.
Preferred Qualifications: University teaching experience. Experience in grant writing. Knowledge/skills in assessment, characteristics and intervention for exceptionalities, instructional technology and classroom management.
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