The 12-month program coordinator provides coordination and oversight of the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree program, which includes 11 concentration areas. The program coordinator is responsible for prospective candidate recruitment, current candidate retention, curricula development and revisions, collection and analysis of student learning outcome data, and accreditation-related report writing and dissemination. The coordinator may also provide instruction in an appropriate discipline area in the MAT program as well as engage external stakeholders (e.g., P-12 public schools, institutions of higher education, non-profit and for-profit organizations, business and industry, faith based organizations).
Program Coordination oSchedule regular and ongoing meetings with department chair to update him/her on degree program progress oSchedule regular and ongoing meetings with part-time and full-time faculty who work within the degree program to provide pertinent updates, examine student learning outcome data, analyze degree program outcomes, and review degree program policies and procedures for continuous improvement
Program Recruitment oDesign, assess, and evaluate a comprehensive recruitment in concert with the department chair and other appropriate entities (e.g., Admissions Office, Graduate College) oCollaborate with dean, associate deans, department chair, and other appropriate entities to establish projected enrollment targets, monitor enrollment numbers, and assess enrollment data
Program Retention oDesign, assess, and evaluate a comprehensive retention strategy in concert with the department chair and other appropriate entities (e.g., Admissions Office, Graduate College) oCollaborate with department chair and other appropriate entities (e.g., Admissions Office, Graduate College) to articulate and measure first-to-second year retention rates, candidate persistence rates, and candidate graduation rates oCollaborate with the department chair and other appropriate entities (e.g., Admissions Office, Graduate College) to offer candidate professional development workshops
Student Learning Outcome Data oCollaborate with the department chair, the Associate Dean of Quality Assurance and Graduate Studies, and the Associate Vice Provost of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness to articulate and measure program outcomes and student learning outcomes oUtilize student learning outcome data to compose appropriate accreditation monitoring reports for dissemination to stakeholders.
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The College of Education is a learning centered organization that prepares educational and human service leaders who create, use, and share knowledge on equity, access, and advocacy in local, national, and global communities. The Department of Educator Preparation prepares pre-service teacher education candidates and in-service teachers with the content knowledge, content pedagogy, and professional dispositions necessary to impact student learning. Faculty immerse candidates in research literature and best practice on culturally responsive instruction, data collection and data analytics, and reflective practice so they can improve student learning, develop educational leadership, and advance the profession.
Internal job number: 002684
Possess a terminal degree within the discipline by the anticipated date of appointment
Demonstrated evidence coordinating initiatives and facilitating meetings with peers, students, colleagues, or other stakeholders
Preferred candidates will possess a North Carolina teaching license (or be eligible to receive a state teaching license) and must have demonstrated experience working with culturally diverse populations as well as experience working in K-12 schools.
Demonstrated experience administrating either a four-year or graduate-level degree program at an accredited four-year institution of higher education.
Demonstrated experience with accreditation (e.g., NCATE, CAEP, SACS).
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