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PT Instructor-Counseling Psychology, EdM Program (e-class 31) New York
The Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University is actively seeking part time instructors to teach Masters level courses. The candidate will provide provide Clinical Supervision through seminars, practicum courses.
Lecturer in Curriculum and Teaching New York
The Department of Curriculum and Teaching is seeking to hire a full-time Lecturer in the area of early childhood/elementary curriculum and literacy, with emphasis on PK-2 contexts. This is a nine-month position (non-tenure track) with possibility for renewal and for summer teaching. We seek a colleague committed to critical perspectives in curriculum, literacy, and teacher education. Responsibilities include teaching five graduate courses per academic year, supporting administrative tasks in several programs, advising students, and supervising preservice teachers in classroom settings.
Lecturer New York
The Program in International and Comparative Education (ICEd) at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a full-time lecturer with a special focus on Families, Communities and Schools. This is a one-year academic appointment (paid over 12 months) with the possibility of renewal for up to three years. The lecturer will teach five courses, provide academic advisement to M.A. students in the ICEd program, carry out program-related work, and be expected to contribute to the overall operations of the program. The candidate will help the program to broaden the notion of education by addressing opportunities and challenges of education in and out of school and across other educational sites (families, communities, (social) media, museum, non-governmental organizations, etc. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, names of three professional references (full letters will be requested for shortlisted candidates), and a letter of interest with details regarding how the applicant meets the criteria for the position. Review of applications will begin on May 1 and continue until the search is completed. Applications must be submitted online through Teachers College, Columbia University, Human Resources portal. Questions my be addressed to Professor S. Garnett Russell, Chair of the Search Committee for International and Comparative Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York and emailed to Lisa Daehlin, Academic Secretary daehlin@tc.columbia.edu.
Visiting Associate Professor New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking an accomplished teacher-scholar and professional leader in English education for a 2 year visiting appointment in the Department of Arts & Humanities for the Program in English Education/The Teaching of English.
Full Time Lecturer - ARAD New York
The Program in Arts Administration in the Department of Arts and Humanities at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a three-year full time Lecturer.
Full Time Lecturer-Counseling Psychology New York
Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a lecturer with recent relevant experience to join the core faculty in the Online School Counseling Ed.M. program in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology. The individual will contribute to teaching, advising, and general program administration.
Induction Mentor, NTI@TC (Part-time) New York
The Teacher Opportunity Corps II Program at Teachers College is managed by TC’s Office of Teacher Education and is designed to affirm, support, and sustain aspiring teachers from backgrounds that are currently under-represented in the New York State teaching force. Each year, we support a cohort of twenty TC TOC students with tuition assistance, internship experience in NYC DOE schools, seminars with top TC faculty, professional development opportunities, and opportunities for rich peer support. For the 2023-2024 academic year, TOC graduates will receive induction support during their first year of teaching. As part of the TOC Induction Program, TOC graduates will receive one-on-one mentorship that is tailored to their needs and their teaching context. Our induction team seeks experienced mentors who are interested in enthusiastically supporting the growth and development of new New York City teachers. As a member of our team, you will work with individually assigned mentees, who, as new teachers, have a variety of needs and are working to grow their practice in different ways.
Induction Mentor, TR@TC (part-time) New York
Our TR@TC induction team seeks experienced mentors who have Science (Living Environments) or TESOL backgrounds and are interested in enthusiastically supporting the growth and development of new teachers.
TOCII Induction Mentor (Part-time) New York
The Teacher Opportunity Corps II Program at Teachers College is managed by TC’s Office of Teacher Education and is designed to affirm, support, and sustain aspiring teachers from backgrounds that are currently under-represented in the New York State teaching force. Each year, we support a cohort of twenty TC TOC students with tuition assistance, internship experience in NYC DOE schools, seminars with top TC faculty, professional development opportunities, and opportunities for rich peer support. For the 2019-2020 academic year, TOC graduates will receive induction support during their first year of teaching. As part of the TOC Induction Program, TOC graduates will receive one-on-one mentorship that is tailored to their needs and their teaching context. Our induction team seeks experienced mentors who are interested in enthusiastically supporting the growth and development of new New York City teachers. As a member of our team, you will work with individually assigned mentees, who, as new teachers, have a variety of needs and are working to grow their practice in different ways.
Assistant/Associate Professor New York
The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Master’s and Ph.D. programs at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks applicants for a tenure-track assistant or tenure-eligible associate professor position to begin in Fall 2023. Review of applications will begin on October 31, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
Adjunct Instructor in Neuroscience and Education New York
The Program in Neuroscience and Education, in the Department of Biobehavioral Sciences at Teachers College, is actively seeking an adjunct instructor to teach one of the following courses. These courses are both advanced electives in the Neuroscience and Education program and will be offered during the spring semester . 1. Social and Affective Neuroscience: This course will provide graduate-level instruction on the neural bases of our interactions with the social world – how we engage with it, and how we are affected by it. It should provide consideration of the interactions between emotion, social experiences, and cognition in the brain and nervous system, including the impacts of emotion on human behavior, attention, decision-making, perception, and memory. The course should also include a review of experimental approaches and technologies that are used to study social and affective neuroscience and should provide students with structured opportunities to engage with the current primary research in the field. 2. Neuroscience, Ethics, and the Law: This course will introduce students to the emerging fields of Neuroethics and Neurolaw and create a forum for discussion and debate about a range of relevant topics. Such topics might include brain development in adolescence (related to issues of driving laws, school start times, and adolescents being tried as adults in courts of law); the use of neuroimaging as “brain reading” technology (and its applicability in court); the neurobiology of memory and its legal applications; the use of neuropharmacological agents and brain stimulation for cognitive enhancement; the neurobiology of addiction (and implications for the voluntary control of behavior); death, unconsciousness, and the law; or others. The course should support students to evaluate, critique, and interpret scientific evidence as it relates to ethical and legal practice and policy, and enhance their understanding of the impacts of neuroscience on society.

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