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Assistant Professor of Spanish (K-12 Language Pedagogy and Methodology) 
Sam Houston State University 
Lugar   País
Huntsville, TX  Estados Unidos
Fecha de publicación   Fecha límite
30 de septiembre de 2018  15 de diciembre de 2018 
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Correo electrónico 
The teaching expectation is three courses per semester. The candidate will teach primarily at the undergraduate level face-to-face and online (teaching methodology courses and Spanish language courses) and, occasionally, at the graduate level in field of specialization. Duties include but are not limited to: coordination of syllabus and curriculum development for the Spanish teaching minor as per statewide educational initiatives in conjunction with chair; program assessment; training and supervision of pre-service teachers; developing and maintaining educational partnerships in the local community and school districts; working with office staff on enrollment management; planning and actively participating in the department?s Language Learning and Teaching Workshop Series, and other research groups both in WOLC and education.

Educational Requirements for the Position
Earned doctorate by August 2019 (only those who furnish an official defense date before August 2019, if ABD at this time, will be considered) in Spanish with documented specialization in Teacher Education, Language and Culture Pedagogy, Second Language Acquisition, Heritage Language Education, or a doctorate in Education with a minimum of 18 graduate credit hours in Spanish.

Experience Required for the Position
The Department of World Languages and Cultures (WOLC) and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) at Sam Houston State University invite applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty member in Spanish at the rank of Assistant Professor. The successful candidate will demonstrate a record of research and teaching expertise in the language and of cultural and pedagogical issues surrounding the teaching/learning of Spanish in K-12 education. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of Texas educational policy and initiatives, as well as a current and well-defined research agenda covering topics which address multiculturalism in the classroom, either directly or indirectly. 
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