The Teaching Educational Psychology Special Interest group (TEP/SIG) of the American Educational Research Association.
Job -- Education -- Millsaps College
POSITION VACANCY Full-time one year position in the Department of Education available Fall 2011-Spring 2012Millsaps College-Mississippi Millsaps College, a nationally recognized, selective four year liberal arts college in Jackson, MS, announces a full-time one year position in the Department of Education available Fall 2011-Spring 2012. Teacher licensure programs at Millsaps College are NCATE accredited. A terminal degree with k-12 teaching experience is required. Candidates with expertise in literacy instruction and in special education will be especially competitive. Applications should include a letter addressing the candidate’s interest in teaching, the candidate’s scholarly accomplishments and plans for future scholarly contributions to the knowledge base, a curriculum vitae, transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work, and three letters of recommendation. Applications should be sent to Dr. Marlys Vaughn, Department of Education, Millsaps College, 1701 North State Street, Jackson, MS 39210. Millsaps College, a distinguished liberal arts college with an enrollment of 1,100, hosts the first Phi Beta Kappa chapter in Mississippi. Millsaps occupies a beautiful 100-acre residential campus in the heart of Mississippi’s capital city-a growing metropolitan area. Millsaps is an equal opportunity employer. The Millsaps Department of Education offers a major in Elementary Education, secondary licensure in most majors, and supplemental licensure in Special Education. Please visit our web site atwww.millsaps.edu<http://www.millsaps.edu>. Deadline for applications: February 15, 2011
The Teaching Educational Psychology Special Interest group (TEP/SIG) of the American Educational Research Association was formed to explore and facilitate the teaching, learning, and application of ideas and practices related to educational psychology, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.