Contributes to the university's mission through teaching, research and service, some variation by academic unit.
In addition to the required qualifications, individuals with the following preferred qualifications are strongly encouraged to apply:
- Knowledge and experience collaborating within school districts
- Current ESL/Bilingual teaching license in the United States
- Knowledge of Special Education laws and policies
In line with TTU's strategic priorities to engage and empower a diverse student body, enable innovative research and creative activities, and transform lives and communities through outreach and engaged scholarship, applicants should have experience working with diverse student populations at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels within individual or across the areas of teaching, research/creative activity, and service.
Specific required qualifications are:
- A completed Ph.D. or Ed.D in the area of Teacher Preparation, Curriculum and Instruction or Educational Leadership/Policy with a specialization in ESL/ Bilingual
- Minimum of 3 years of direct teaching experience in K-12 in ESL/bilingual classrooms in the United States
- Knowledge of language education policy related to K-12 multilingual learners in the United States
- Evidence of ability to teach and design competency-based courses in Special Populations -ESL for online and face-to-face format
- An emerging record of scholarly productivity in Teacher Preparation and or emergent bilinguals as evidenced by published journal articles and conference presentations