These positions are with the Minneapolis Residency Program in the College of Education and Human Development, a highly regarded college of a major urban research university. Located in the culturally diverse cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, the University of Minnesota offers unique opportunities for research and participation in varied cultural communities. Additional information about the college can be found at www.education.umn.edu.
These openings are temporary, non-tenured, Academic Professional and Administrative (P&A) positions, paid on a per course basis, and appointed as Teaching Specialist/Lecturer. Typically these appointments are arranged semester by semester and employment is contingent upon the course meeting its enrollment target.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, teaching graduate level courses for students pursuing initial licensure, and clinical supervision. We seek to hire individuals who are interested in teaching and/or supporting clinical supervision throughout the program. The syllabi have already been developed and we require that instructors use these as they are part of an overall program design.
-Teach credit-bearing, graduate courses on course topics related to K-12 ESL, Secondary Science, Secondary Mathematics, Elementary Education, and Foundations of Education.
-Attend class meetings, teach, and deliver course content.
-Evaluate student performance.
-Grade student materials, including exams, papers and final projects.
-Observe and supervise students in the Minneapolis Residency program.
-Collaborate coaches in order to align individual teacher candidate support.
-Complete co-teaching training
-Prepare course materials.
-Maintain regular and accessible contact with residents
-Respond to inquiries and meet with students.