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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 and staff positions in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction, please search the UW-Jobs website at https://jobs.wisc.edu

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: TA, Supervisor for Mathematics Secondary Education

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 1

PERCENT APPOINTMENT: Range 35-10%  based on candidate availability

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT:  Spring Semester

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) 3 years teaching experience and certification in mathematics secondary education ; 3) communication and collaboration skills; 4) organizational skills

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES:    1) Supervise students at their field setting;   2) Participate as an active member of the SED field team, including but not limited to collaboration and meetings with program staff, content area team and ESL team.

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

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


APPLICATION DEADLINE:   
Dec 15, 2017

SEND MATERIALS TO:    Joey Lubasi at  joanderson@education.wisc.edu



TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: Teaching Assistant for Videogames and Learning (C&I 277)                                                              

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 1

PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 50%

DATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE:  Spring semester appointment begins January 05, 2018 and ends May 20, 2018

LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT:  4.5-month

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) Higher Ed teaching experience preferred; 3) Experience with Educational Technologies required

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES: 1) Attend weekly lectures and assist instructor in class; 2) Run 2 discussion sections weekly; 3) Provide extensive feedback on written work produced by students - course is part of the Comm-B requirements and therefore students must complete multiple writing assignments; 4) Host weekly office hours for student questions and extra help; 5) Assist instructor as needed.                   

Candidates must submit the following materials to be considered:

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

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 5th

CONTACT: Aliah Darke, adarke@wisc.edu


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