Department of Art Education
The Department of Art Education at the University of Massachusetts may require Part-Time Lecturers at certain times and invites applicants to submit their credentials for consideration. These are non-tenure track appointments with the responsibility for teaching various undergraduate and graduate courses in pedagogy, methods, theory, technology and studio courses, as well supervise student teachers.
Courses that may require coverage are:
AED 200/500 Methods & Materials
AED 201/501 Observational Strategies and Visual Development
AED 305/505 Social Philosophy & History of Art Education
AED 410/510 Curriculum Design
AED 415/515 Special Needs: Current Issues
AED 470/570 Advanced Topics
AED 411, 412/ 511/512 Student Teaching Supervision
AED 600 Research: Current Issues
AED 616 Action Research: The Reflective Practitioner
AED 618: Community Partnership: Beyond the School
AED 530 Graduate Studio
Minimum requirements for all candidates include a MAE in the field of art education and prior experience in teaching at the college or university level, and teaching the PK-12.
Preferred qualifications for applicants include a doctorate in art education or related field (ABD, or enrolled in a doctoral program also considered) with 2 to 3 years recent or past teaching experience in the same or related field. It is preferred that the candidate remains continually active in their field through publication of their research, exhibition of their artwork and/or related professional activities.
Information about the department can be found at http://www.umassd.edu/cvpa/areas/finearts/overview.cfm
Please send application materials consisting of a current curriculum vita, a letter addressing your qualifications and teaching philosophy, letters of references that include contact information, and written and/or visual works to :
Department of Art Education
Office of the Dean
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
285 Old Westport Road
North Dartmouth, MA 02747
Since this part-time lecturer file will remain open, these items will not be returned. Screening of applicants will begin immediately. Selection of staffing may be based on anticipated need and review of application materials, will commence if and when a position becomes available, and will continue until the position is filled.
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