Employment Opportunities

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CONTACTING US

Main Office

Curriculum & Instruction
School of Education
UW-Madison
210 Teacher Education Building
225 North Mills Street
MadisonWI  53706

Tel: 608/263.4600
Fax: 608/263.9992

Email: curric@education.wisc.edu
or by contact form
 

Employment Opportunities

University-wide Employment Opportunities

For open faculty positions in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction, please search the employment database in provided by the UW-Madison Office of Human Resources.

Graduate Program Employment Opportunities

Graduate students may receive assistantship funding in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in which they conduct research with faculty members, supervise prospective teachers’ classroom practices, and/or teach courses in our undergraduate programs. These appointments vary in percentage, but often are funded at 33.3%, which affords graduate students tuition remission, health insurance, and monthly stipends. 





TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

 

POSITION:  Supervisor for MCEA-Content Student Teachers                                                  

NUMBER OF POSITIONS:   2

PERCENT APPOINTMENT:  50%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE:  Fall semester appointment begins August 21, 2017 and ends January 4, 2018. Spring semester appointment begins January 5, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT: Fall semester, with possibility of extension

APPOINTMENT TYPE:  Graduate Assistant

SALARY:  Full-time rates are as follows: $32,392 (Standard); $36,134 (Senior/Diss.).

Successful candidate must attend or have attended the UW Diversity Training workshop.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION: 1) Graduate Student status; 2) Classroom teaching experience, elementary/middle school preferred; 3) Ability to collaborate with a team of experienced school- and university-based teacher educators committed to providing a supportive and collegial fieldwork experience for pre-service student teachers. We partner closely with school staff, cooperating teachers and the community surrounding the schools.

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES: Student Teaching supervisors will conduct required triad meetings and classroom observations, provide supportive feedback, oversee completion of program requirements, and facilitate weekly discussion seminar sessions in collaboration with supervisory team. Regular planning sessions will also be required, as will attendance at monthly Elementary Education Supervisor meetings.

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

  1. Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications
  2. Curriculum Vita

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 14, 2017

CONTACT:  
Thomas Owenby (Primary Contact).
Elementary Education MCEA-Content Cohort Head.
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owenby@wisc.edu

Cathy Compton-Lilly (Secondary Contact).
Chair of Elementary Education.
comptonlilly@wisc.edu


 



TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

 

POSITION:   Teaching Assistant                                                 

NUMBER OF POSITIONS:   1

PERCENT APPOINTMENT:  50%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE:  Fall semester appointment begins August 21, 2017 and ends January 04, 2018. Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT:  Academic year

APPOINTMENT TYPE: Graduate Assistant

SALARY:  Full-time rates are as follows: $32,392 (Standard); $36,134 (Senior/Diss.). Successful candidate must attend or have attended the UW Diversity Training workshop.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:  1) Graduate Student status; 2) Secondary school social studies teaching experience.

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES:  Supervision of practicum and student teachers in the Master with Certification program in social studies.  Attend occasional meetings.

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

  1. Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications
  2. Curriculum Vita


APPLICATION DEADLINE: 
April 25, 2017 or until the position is filled

CONTACT:  Professor Alan L. Lockwood, lockwood@education.wisc.edu


 



TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: Supervisor of MCEA Content Pre-service Teachers

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 2

PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 1 position at 33% and 1 position at 15%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Fall semester appointment begins August 21, 2017 and ends January 04, 2018. Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT:  Fall semester, with possibility of extension

APPOINTMENT TYPE: Graduate Assistant

SALARY: Full-time rates are as follows: $32,392 (Standard); $36,134 (Senior/Diss.). Successful candidate must attend or have attended the UW Diversity Training workshop.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION: 1) Graduate Student status; 2) at least three years of teaching experience (elementary/middle school preferred); 3) ability to collaborate with a team of experienced school-and university-based teacher educators committed to providing a supportive and collegial fieldwork experience for pre-service teachers and to creating a close partnership between school staff, cooperating teachers and the community surrounding the schools.

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES:                   

  • Attend monthly supervisor meetings hosted by the elementary teacher education area
  • Attend regular meetings with the cohort leader, fellow supervisors (and occasionally cohort instructors)
  • Conduct required triad meetings and classroom observations in pre-service teachers’ practicum settings
  • Facilitate weekly discussion seminar sessions with the support of the cohort leader

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

  1. Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications
  2. Curriculum Vita


APPLICATION DEADLINE:
April 14, 2017

CONTACT: 

Primary Contact: Hala Ghousseini- Elementary Education MCEA-Content Cohort Head       Ghousseini@wisc.edu

Secondary Contact: Cathy Compton-Lilly- Chair of Elementary Education                   comptonlilly@wisc.edu


 



TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: University Supervisor (Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence & English as a Second Language cohort)

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 2

PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 33.3%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Fall semester appointment begins August 21, 2017 and ends January 04, 2018. Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT:  Fall 2018

APPOINTMENT TYPE: Graduate Assistant

SALARY:  Full-time rates are as follows: $32,392 (Standard); $36,134 (Senior/Diss.). Successful candidate must attend or have attended the UW Diversity Training workshop.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:  (1) Graduate Student status; (2) prior teaching experiences in 1st – 8th grade; (3) knowledge of how to serve English Language Learner students in schools; (4) previous supervision experience, particularly of ESL pre-service teachers

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES: Support and supervise undergraduate MC-EA/ESL pre-service teachers during their student teaching (fall) semester in partnership schools; coordinate and meet with Cooperating Teachers; meet with cohort leader (Mariana Pacheco) on biweekly basis; facilitate 2-hour weekly seminars; complete ongoing evaluations of pre-service teachers & documentation

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

  1. Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications
  2. Curriculum Vita

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  April 15, 2017

 

CONTACT: Mariana Pacheco, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, ESL/Bilingual Certification Program
Department of Curriculum & Instruction, UW-Madison
514-F Teacher Education Building
225 N. Mills Street
Madison, WI 53706-1795
(608) 263-4617
mariana.pacheco@wisc.edu



 


 

TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: Instructor for C&I 311: Language Acquisition In & Out of Schools for the Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence and English as a Second Language cohort

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 1

PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 33.3%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Fall semester appointment begins August 21, 2017 and ends January 04, 2018. Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT: Spring 2018 semester

APPOINTMENT TYPE: Teaching Assistant

SALARY: Full-time rates are as follows: $32,392 (Standard); $36,134 (Senior/Diss.).Successful candidate must attend or have attended the UW Diversity Training workshop.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION: 1) Graduate Student status; 2) knowledge of first and second language acquisition theories and pedagogical approaches to English as a Second Language; 3) knowledge of effective and humanizing instructional strategies for English language acquisition; 4) experience teaching English Language Learners in public school settings preferred

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES: Prepare course syllabus; facilitate 3-hour course on a weekly basis; leverage students’ practicum experiences across course tasks and assignments; promote critical thinking about language, learning, and schooling; evaluate students’ understanding of course content related to English as a Second language teaching, learning, and curriculum

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

  1. Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications
  2. Curriculum Vita


APPLICATION DEADLINE:
April 15, 2017

CONTACT:

Mariana Pacheco, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, ESL/Bilingual Certification Program
Department of Curriculum & Instruction, UW-Madison
514-F Teacher Education Building
225 N. Mills Street
Madison, WI 53706-1795
(608) 263-4617
mariana.pacheco@wisc.edu


 



TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: Instructor for C&I 676: Bilingualism & Biliteracy in Schools for bilingual certification and graduate students (4-credit course w/ practicum component)

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 1

PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 33.3%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Fall semester appointment begins August 21, 2017 and ends January 04, 2018. Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT:  Spring 2018

APPOINTMENT TYPE: Teaching Assistant

SALARY: Full-time rates are as follows: $32,392 (Standard); $36,134 (Senior/Diss.). Successful candidate must attend or have attended the UW Diversity Training workshop.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION: 1) Graduate student status; 2) knowledge of methodological approaches and techniques that promote home and English language learning, understanding of issues and factors that contribute to the development of bi(multi)lingualism and bi(multi)literacies as well as content area knowledge; 3) understanding of ways to provide guidance and feedback throughout lesson planning process; 4) experience teaching in bilingual education settings required

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES: Prepare course syllabus; facilitate 3-hour course on a weekly basis; leverage students’ classroom teaching experiences across course tasks and assignments; promote critical thinking about language, learning, and schooling; evaluate students’ understanding of course content related to teaching, learning, and curriculum in/across home languages and English

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

  1. Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications
  2. Curriculum Vita

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 15, 2017

CONTACT:

Mariana Pacheco, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, ESL/Bilingual Certification Program
Department of Curriculum & Instruction, UW-Madison
514-F Teacher Education Building
225 N. Mills Street
Madison, WI 53706-1795
(608) 263-4617
mariana.pacheco@wisc.edu


 



TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: Instructor for C&I 316: ESL/Bilingual Methods for the Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence and English as a Second Language cohorts (student teaching)

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 2 (Fall 2017 & Spring 2018)

PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 33.3%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Fall semester appointment begins August 21, 2017 and ends January 04, 2018. Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT: Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 semesters

APPOINTMENT TYPE: ‚ÄčTeaching Assistant

SALARY: Full-time rates are as follows: $32,392 (Standard); $36,134 (Senior/Diss.). Successful candidate must attend or have attended the UW Diversity Training workshop.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION: 1) Graduate Student status; 2) knowledge of methodological approaches and techniques that correspond with current theories on language learning and ways to develop criteria for designing, implementing, and evaluating appropriate lessons that integrate content-specific curricula and goals; 3) understanding of ways to provide guidance and feedback throughout lesson planning process; 4) experience teaching emergent bilinguals in public school settings required

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES: Prepare course syllabus; facilitate 3-hour course on a weekly basis; leverage students’ student teaching experiences across course tasks and assignments; promote critical thinking about language, learning, and schooling; evaluate students’ understanding of course content related to ESL teaching, learning, and curriculum

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

  1. Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications
  2. Curriculum Vita

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  April 15, 2017

CONTACT:

Mariana Pacheco,
Ph.D.Associate Professor, ESL/Bilingual Certification Program
Department of Curriculum & Instruction, UW-Madison
514-F Teacher Education Building
225 N. Mills Street
Madison, WI 53706-1795
(608) 263-4617
mariana.pacheco@wisc.edu

 


TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: Instructor for C&I 312: ESL/Bilingual Issues for the Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence and English as a Second Language cohort (student teaching)

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 1

PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 33.3%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Fall semester appointment begins August 21, 2017 and ends January 04, 2018. Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT:  Spring 2018

APPOINTMENT TYPE: Teaching Assistant

SALARY: Full-time rates are as follows: $32,392 (Standard); $36,134 (Senior/Diss.). Successful candidate must attend or have attended the UW Diversity Training workshop.

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION: 1) Graduate Student status; 2) knowledge of sociocultural, political, and ideological issues pertaining to emergent bilinguals; 3) knowledge of theories and perspectives linking language, culture, and identity; ESL & bilingual education models; English language varieties; and connections with families; 4) experience teaching emergent bilinguals in public school settings preferred

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES: Prepare course syllabus; facilitate 3-hour course on a weekly basis; leverage students’ practicum experiences across course tasks and assignments; promote critical thinking about language, learning, and schooling; evaluate students’ understanding of course content related to English as a Second language teaching, learning, and curriculum

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

  1. Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications
  2. Curriculum Vita

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 15, 2017

CONTACT:

Mariana Pacheco, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, ESL/Bilingual Certification Program
Department of Curriculum & Instruction, UW-Madison
514-F Teacher Education Building
225 N. Mills Street
Madison, WI 53706-1795
(608) 263-4617
mariana.pacheco@wisc.edu

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