The Moss Street Partnership School Associate Director – Innovation and Professional Learning will work with the faculty of the partnership school, the professional education program faculty and other faculty at UNCG, relevant personnel from the partner LEA, and external agency personnel with the mission of establishing and maintaining program coherence. The Moss Street Partnership School Associate Director – Innovation and Professional Learning will work collaboratively to develop and implement policies, innovative programs, curriculum activities, and professional development to achieve the mission of the school. The Moss Street Partnership School Associate Director -Innovation and Professional Learning will cultivate a culture of innovation that supports effective instructional practices/strategies to promote student academic success and personal success for all students and adults in the school. The Moss Street Partnership School Associate Director – Innovation and Professional Learning will work collaboratively with university staff to support the work of teacher leadership preparation, school leadership preparation, and education research.
Master’s degree in curriculum and instruction or teacher education or related field; excellent oral and written communication skills; and evidence of skill in working with both high needs student populations and educator preparation programs. Qualifying degrees must be conferred and received from appropriately accredited institutions. A current teaching license or eligibility for teacher licensure in North Carolina is required.
Preference will be given to candidates with:
Doctoral level preparation in teacher education or curriculum and instruction,
Fluency in teacher and school executive standards and preparation,
Knowledge of and experience with public school and university partnerships,
Experience with adult learning, and
Experience supporting pre-service teachers.
Internal Number: 998831
About The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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