Supervisor of Secondary Teacher Education in Mathematics and Science
For the 2021-2022 academic year, the School of Education' Masters of Arts of Teaching, and CalTeach programs may have a need for temporary, part time supervisors for math candidates in its secondary teacher credential program. The supervisors are responsible for observing and providing feedback to candidates in fieldwork at middle and/or high school classrooms, attending professional development, and faculty meetings.
Must have own transportation and be available to visit schools throughout Orange County to observe candidates during school day hours. The supervisor position typically requires a 3 consecutive quarter commitment.
Service Period Dates for 2021-2022 Academic Year: Fall Quarter: 9/20/21-12/10/21 Winter Quarter: 1/3/22- 3/18/22 Spring Quarter: 3/23/22- 6/10/22
Minimum Qualifications: California teaching credential in math. Relevant experience may be considered.
Desired Qualifications: A master's degree in education or relevant content area. Experience mentoring or teaching pre-service teachers.
Expectations for Professional Engagement in the University and P-12 Educational Community: The UCI School of Education and the Commission on Teacher Credentialing expect instructional personnel to regularly and systematically collaborate with colleagues in P-12 settings, college and university units and members of the broader educational community to improve educator preparation. This commitment can be demonstrated through engagement in various opportunities and should be documented on each instructor's annual observation report:
Program workgroups, steering committee sand department planning meetings
Orientations with supervisors and mentor teachers
Professional learning communities
Professional development in P-12 contexts
Induction or advisory boards
Collaborations with community colleges or 4-year universities
Conferences and trainings
Annual full-time salaries will begin at a base rate of $56,381, a typical supervisor workload is 4%-8%, but may vary.
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