Adjunct Faculty for Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) Program: Inquiry & Research
Antioch University Seattle
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Antioch University Seattle seeks to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill future adjunct faculty opportunities, beginning fall 2020, within the Master of Arts in Education Program’s sequence of inquiry courses, which culminate in a Master’s capstone inquiry project.
Antioch University Seattle’s Master of Arts in Education Program is seeking to establish an applicant pool for future Adjunct Faculty opportunities within the Program, specifically focusing on the area of inquiry and research. Adjunct Faculty are hired to teach scheduled courses during a specified academic term in a manner prescribed by the University. Adjunct faculty positions are part-time, and not eligible for benefits through the University. Adjunct Faculty are within the bargaining unit represented by SEIU 925.
Our Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) program is designed for individuals committed to creating change by becoming leaders and advocates in the field, developing educational policies and curriculum, and overseeing and developing innovative educational programs. Students receive the tools to create and implement educational experiences that meet the needs of a variety of learners. They develop the confidence and skills to become change agents in their schools, communities, organizations, and beyond.
The MAEd Program culminates in a year-long Master’s capstone inquiry project in which students design, propose, and carry out their own original research in an area of personal interest and passion and/ or an area of professional growth. Supported over the course of three quarters by the instructor, all students create robust research reports, and many also create additional final products such as curriculum units, grant proposals, professional development trainings, assessment protocols, or policy statements. Classes are dynamic and engaging and they bring theoretical concepts and academic research to life, making connections with justice, equity, and students’ own professional trajectories. Inquiry courses also include ample opportunities for individualized support and mentoring.
Inquiry Courses include:
- Inquiry Proposal
- Inquiry Development
- Inquiry Report
Doctoral Degree in Education or related field. ABD will also be considered, as will those with substantial experience in the field.
- Expertise and training in inquiry and research, with an emphasis on qualitative research
- A record of successful teaching in Higher Education settings, including supporting Masters students to complete research reports and providing writing support
- Demonstrated commitment to working for social justice and equity in education
- Collaborative interpersonal style with demonstrated communication and problem-solving skills in working with colleagues and adult learners
To learn more about our unique history and student-centered educational philosophy, visit www.antiochseattle.edu.
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- Cover letter
- Names, addresses (including email addresses), and telephone numbers of three references. References will not be contacted without prior approval of the candidate.
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Antioch University Seattle is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of the University not to discriminate against and to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, and veteran status.
Antioch University Seattle
Classification: Part-Time Faculty, Exempt
Reports to: Program Director, School of Education
Open: May 7, 2020
Closes: Until Filled
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