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Position: Teacher on Public Lands Summer 2022 Internship
Institution: Bureau of Land Management Arizona, in partnership with Arizona Project Archaeology
Full-time/Part-time: Part-time (160 hours between June and August 2022)
Location: Virtual and on-site at the Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix
Application Contact: Brooke Wheeler, BLM-AZ Youth Lead, email@example.com, (602) 417-9564
Do have an interest in Archaeology, Indigenous Cultures, Arizona History, and STEM? The Bureau of Land Management Arizona, in partnership with Arizona Project Archaeology(AZPA), is seeking a K-12 educator for the Teacher on Public Lands summer 2022 internship program. Teacher intern will assist the AZPA team in designing and developing the Hohokam curriculum guide and lesson plans.
The internship will last for eight weeks, between June and August 2022,
for a total of 160 hours at the discretion of the intern’s schedule. The
intern will receive a $2,200 professional development stipend, paid tuition for a UC Denver 3 credit hour graduate course, and an opportunity to learn about Arizona’s treasured cultural resources and historic sites.
Educator will be working virtually and periodically at the Pueblo
Grande Museum in Phoenix. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for an application. Application Deadline 3/31/2022
Position: Program Coordinator
Institution: ASU – Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Location: ASU Polytechnic Campus (Mesa, AZ)
Link to application: https://lnkd.in/eqVcGWN8
Details: IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING! ASU/MARY LOU FULTON TEACHERS COLLEGE
*Full-time, in-person position at the ASU Poly campus. APPLY BEFORE JAN. 28. We can’t wait to meet you! Go to: https://lnkd.in/eqVcGWN8. After reviewing the full posting, APPLY by going to the bottom of the page and following instructions.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR Job #74806BR: The Program Coordinator will work with other personnel in overseeing components of the GeoCivics Project relating to teacher professional development, self-study, and curriculum development with a focus on American history, geography, and civics. This is a grant funded position. Continuation is contingent on future grant funding.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in field appropriate to area of assignment AND two years administrative/coordinator program experience; OR, Six years of progressively responsible administrative/coordinator program experience; OR Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
Position: Assistant Professor of History/Social Studies Secondary Education
Institution: NAU Department of History
Location: NAU main campus (Flagstaff, AZ)
Link to application: https://hr.peoplesoft.nau.edu/psp/ph92prta/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant&Siteid=2&FolderPath=PORTAL_ROOT_OBJECT.HC_HRS_CE_GBL2&IsFolder=false&IgnoreParamTempl=FolderPath%2cIsFolder
Details: The Department of History at Northern Arizona University invites applications for a tenure-track position in history/social studies secondary education. The successful applicant will also serve as the program’s director. Responsibilities include teaching history and social studies methods courses in the BS Ed History/Social Studies program, supervising student fieldwork placements, maintaining program assessments for CAEP accreditation, building collaborative relationships with Arizona social studies teachers, and coordinating pre-service and in-service teacher workshops. The candidate is also expected to conduct an active program of research and scholarship in the fields of teaching and learning, history education, and/or the history of education.
Northern Arizona University is a Hispanic-Serving Institution that values cultural and intellectual diversity and strives to become the nation’s leading university serving Native Americans. We share an institutional commitment to the advancement and success of Native American and Latinx students, as well as to support efforts promoting justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.
- A Ph.D. or Ed.D. in history, history/social studies education, or closely related field conferred by appointment date.
- One year of secondary history/social studies teaching experience.
- Demonstrable commitment to diversity and working with underrepresented populations, including Hispanic and Native American students;
- Two or more years of secondary history/social studies teaching experience
- Knowledge of the needs related to public education;
- Evidence of strong research agenda;
- Evidence of scholarly engagement in the field of teaching and learning;
- Evidence of teaching effectiveness;
- Ability to offer history content courses to augment department curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels;
- Evidence of potential for contributing to a dynamic social studies teacher preparation program and K-20 collaborative partnerships, such as conference presentations, curriculum development, teacher collaborations, grant writing, and/or public and digital humanities, and the social skills to work with a variety of people.