School of Education, Lecturer (Math) (Washington, DC)
Johns Hopkins University
June 5, 2018
Johns Hopkins University School of Education invites applicants for theÂ positionÂ of Lecturer (clinical faculty), with a focus on math, supporting our partnership with the Urban Teachers program. We are seeking to add three Lecturers (Math) to our staff.Â The positions are based in the Washington DC area.Â
Through this partnership with the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, Urban Teachers offers a four-year teacher preparation program that results in the conferral of a Master's of Science in Education degree with dual certification in a content area and special education. The mission of Urban Teachers is to prepare highly effective teachers who significantly accelerate student achievement in the nation's highest-need schools by recruiting outstanding candidates, equipping them with state-of-the-art training, and linking their certification to their demonstration of effective teaching practices and skills.
We seek qualified candidates with expertise in the following content areas:
Mathematics (elementary and/or secondary)
We currently are hiring for full-time and part-time lecturers to deliver coursework and provide coaching and mentoring support to program participants. Position hours range from 20 to 40 hours per week.
Roles and Responsibilities: Â
Teachers Lecturers have practice-based responsibilities throughout the school year during the day as well as in the evening. Lecturers will:
Teach program courses.
Provide coaching support, give feedback, and evaluate participants.
Attend professional development.
Collaborate with colleagues.
Work closely with Lead Clinical faculty and Director of Clinical Faculty to program an excellent program for candidates.
Lecturer Responsibilities Include:
Lead coursework by modeling best instructional practices, providing ongoing written and verbal feedback, supporting and grading assignments, and incorporating technology.
Conduct ongoing observation and feedback sessions at program participants'
Internal Number: A-49612-7
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