Calls for Teacher Research and Related Job Opportunities
Calls for Teacher Research and Related Job Opportunities
 
Calls for Teacher Research
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Call for Manuscripts: Mid-Western Educational Researcher

The Editorial staff of Mid-Western Educational Researcher, in collaboration with Guest Editor Jennifer K. Shah, Ed.D., of North Central College issues a call for manuscripts to be published in 2019 that will highlight mentorship and its evolving role in education  Mentors in the field of education play a role in the development and persistence of teacher candidates, teachers, doctoral students, and junior faculty through their guidance, modeling, and support. Current and innovative practices in mentorship including virtual mentorship of teachers as well as field based administrator internships are changing the way mentorship is perceived. Collaborative relationships in education have also grown in importance and include a variety of stakeholders. Exploration and dissemination of successful innovations and partnerships regarding mentorship in education is key in order to move the dialogue forward. The deadline for proposals is August 1, 2018. Please see further details at  http://www.mwera.org/MWER/call-for-papers-5.html 


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If you are editing a journal or book related to teacher research, please e-mail Chris Martell, the Teacher As Researcher SIG Webmaster, so we can post it on the website.

 
 
Job Opportunities
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University of Hartford: Assistant Professor of Early Elementary Education

The College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions at the University of Hartford invites applications for a full-time tenure track position in Early Elementary Education (Pre-Kindergarten – Grade 4) at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in August 2017. Requirements include a terminal academic degree in an education-related field, a minimum of three years' experience teaching in an inclusive Early Elementary Classroom, and experience working with diverse populations.Preferred qualifications sought are an expertise in STEM, competency in project based learning, and engagement with early elementary teacher candidates in high impact instructional practices. More information can be found here: http://www.hartford.edu/enhp/about-us/employment.aspx

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, the names and contact information for three references, and representative publications and writings to Dr. Theresa Abodeeb-Gentile, Search Committee Co-Chair, Department of Education, University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117, abodeebge@hartford.edu, (860) 768-4553. Inquiries are encouraged. Please combine materials into a single PDF. Application reviews will begin December 8, 2016 and continue until the position is filled.

 
 
Professional Development
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Association of Teacher Educators Clinical Fellows Program

The Association of Teacher Educators is holding a special pre-conference symposium beginning Friday evening, February 10, 2017 through noon on Sunday, February 12, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. Now in its third year, the ATE Clinical Fellows program provides the opportunity for researchers and educators across the nation interested in clinically rich teacher education to discuss local work and build national momentum to place clinical experiences at the center of teacher education.  

In addition to general topics related to clinically rich teacher education, this year’s symposium will explore the theme—The Role of Practitioner Research in Clinically Rich Teacher Education—and include several sessions presented by nationally recognized teacher education programs related to their practitioner research work with teacher candidates and practicing teachers and principals.  

Diane Yendol-Hoppey will deliver the symposium keynote on the problems and possibilities inherent in creating and sustaining clinically rich teacher education.

For more information, see this flyer and this registration link.

 
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