Summary of Position: The department is establishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-time temporary teaching positions and full-time visiting faculty position openings. (Please note: FT Visiting positions are rare and they should not be the sole purpose for your application.)
Major Responsibilities: A classroom based 3 credit hour course pays $2700 per class.The department typically hires for the courses/subject areas listed below but this list is not all inclusive. Other courses/subject areas may become available within the department.ILLUSTRATIVE NEEDS INCLUDE: Supervision for Student TeachingSPE 270: Intro Special EducationSPE 275: Intro Special Education (Secondary Ed)FSA 103: Gender, Race, and Class IssuesFSA 212: Intro Inclusive EducationFSA 340: Students w/ Complex Disabilities ? Schools and FamiliesFSA 381: Field Experience-FamiliesFSA 411: Instructional Strategies spe edFSA 420: Inclusive Ed Field SeminarFSA 479: AssessmentsFSA 490/491/492: Undergraduate Student teachingFSA 510: Intro Special Ed (Graduate level)FSA 515: Intro Disability StudiesFSA 530: TechnologyFSA 600: Inclusive Education PedagogyFSA 610: Inclusive Education AssessmentsFSA 615: Secondary Special Education AssessmentFSA 620: Discipline & Social Skill DevelopmentFSA 630: Students with Disabilities in ContextFSA 625: Secondary Ed PedagogyFSA 645: Students with Severe DisabilitiesFSA 690/691: Internship (1-6)FSA 694/695: Internship (7-12)EDL 613: Principles of Financial Leadership EDL 615: Educational Leadership and the Law EDL 616: Principles of Curriculum Leadership EDL 618: Field Studies in Education EDL 656: School Finance EDL 657: Principles of Organizational Leadership EDL 678: Strategic Supervision and Leadership EDL 680: Principles of School Building LeadershipEDL 683: Principles of Special Programs Leadership EDL 685: Facilities Management EDL 690: Principles of School District LeadershipEDL 696/698: Educational Leadership Internship EDL 699: Culminating Seminar
Required Qualifications: Appropriate level of experience and/or Master's degree.
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