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 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 for CURRIC 316: ESL/Bilingual Methods (MC-EA/ESL Cohort)
NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 1
PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 33.33%
DATE POSITION AVAILABLE: Appointment begins August 19, 2019
END OF APPOINTMENT: Appointment ends January 2, 2020
APPOINTMENT TYPE: Graduate Assistant
SALARY: Full-time rate is $40,000 (academic year)/$4,444.44 (monthly)

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:
1) Graduate student status (C&I students preferred)
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
5) Successful candidate must attend/have attended the UW Diversity Training Workshop

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES:
Prepare course syllabus; facilitate weekly 3-hour course; leverage students’ field experiences across course tasks and assignments; promote critical thinking about language, learning, and schooling; evaluate students’ understanding of course content related to ESL/bilingual 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: Monday, April 11, 2019 at 4:00 PM, late and/or incomplete applications will not be considered.
CONTACT: Submit application materials electronically to Professor Mariana Pacheco at mariana.pacheco@wisc.edu


 

TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: Practicum and Student Teaching Supervisors
NUMBER OF POSITIONS: Multiple
PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 33.33% - 50%, depending on number of students supervised
DATE POSITION AVAILABLE: Appointment begins August 19, 2019
END OF APPOINTMENT: Appointment ends May 17, 2020
APPOINTMENT TYPE: Graduate Assistant
SALARY: Full-time rate is $40,000 (academic year)/$4,444.44 (monthly)

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:
1) Graduate student status (C&I students preferred)
2) Prior teaching experience in 1st – 8th grade(s)
3) Previous supervision experience
4) Knowledge of how to serve English Language Learners and linguistically diverse students in schools (for those interested in an ESL position)
5) Knowledge of young children and early childhood learning centers (for those interested in an ECE position)
6) Successful candidate must attend/have attended the UW Diversity Training Workshop

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES:
The selected candidates will attend regular meetings with the cohort leader and fellow supervisors; support and supervise undergraduate pre-service teachers during their Practicum and student teaching semester; coordinate and meet with Cooperating Teachers; facilitate 2-hour weekly seminars; complete ongoing evaluations of pre-service teachers and documentation.
Positions are available in the following areas: Middle Childhood/Early Adolescent – ESL, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescent – Content, Early Childhood – ESL, and Middle Childhood/Early Adolescent – Special Education

CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS TO BE CONSIDERED:
1) Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications and area(s) of interest
2) Curriculum Vita
3) Names and contact information for at least 3 references

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Monday, April 19, 2019 at 4:00 PM, late and/or incomplete applications will not be considered.

CONTACT: Submit application materials electronically to Pam Odorizzi (odorizzi@wisc.edu)  


 

TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Curriculum and Instruction

EACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Curriculum and Instruction


TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Curriculum and Instruction


TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Curriculum and Instruction

POSITION: Secondary Science Student Teaching Supervisor
NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 1
PERCENT APPOINTMENT: 33.33% - 50%, depending on number of students supervised
DATE POSITION AVAILABLE: Appointment begins August 19, 2019
END OF APPOINTMENT: Appointment ends May 17, 2020
APPOINTMENT TYPE: Graduate Assistant
SALARY: Full-time rate is $40,000 (academic year)/$4,444.44 (monthly)

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:
1) Graduate student status (C&I students preferred)
2) Prior teaching experience in 6th – 12th grade(s)
3) Previous supervision experience preferred
4) Successful candidate must attend/have attended the UW Diversity Training Workshop

DESCRIPTION OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES:
The selected candidates will attend regular meetings with the cohort leader and fellow supervisors; support and supervise undergraduate pre-service teachers during their Practicum and student teaching semester; coordinate and meet with Cooperating Teachers; facilitate 2-hour weekly seminars; complete ongoing evaluations of pre-service teachers and documentation.

CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS TO BE CONSIDERED:
1) Letter of application detailing relevant qualifications and area(s) of interest
2) Curriculum Vita
3) Names and contact information for at least 3 references

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at 4:00 PM, late and/or incomplete applications will not be considered.
CONTACT: Submit application materials electronically to John Rudolph (john.rudolph@wisc.edu)

TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Curriculum and Instruction


TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Curriculum and Instruction


TEACHING ASSISTANT VACANCY
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Curriculum and Instruction


 
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