The School of Education at California State University, Channel Islands is excited to announce that we are currently accepting applications for the following positions for anticipated Fall 2021 starts!

Openings:


Associate/Full Professor: Anti-Racist Education and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy

Anti-racist/culturally sustaining practices must occur at scale and across pre k-higher education sites and community settings to have the impact necessary for dismantling societal and pernicious forms of institutional and structural racism. CSUCI, as the only 4-year public institution of higher education in Ventura County is distinctly situated to disseminate and facilitate anti-racist/culturally sustaining educational practices. Our community’s early childhood, k-12, and post-secondary educational leadership represent a dynamic constituency eager for graduate/professional coursework that connects the foundations of institutional and structural racism with anti-racist and culturally sustaining praxis: an MA in Anti-Racist/Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy. Moreover, constructed within the interdisciplinary context of CSUCI, this unique MA could also offer professional learning opportunities to engage business and non-profit leaders seeking to instill justice oriented practices in their settings.

The School of Education (SOE) at CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) seeks a ranked professor, innovative leader, and master pedagogue with a background in anti-racism and Black/African American populations to join the work of our current teaching credential, early childhood, and graduate programs and to lead the creation of a Master of Arts degree in Anti-Racist Education and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy.

Responsibilities include:

  • Develop and teach in an MA in Anti-Racist Education and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy that would offer an advanced degree intentionally designed to further emancipatory work around equity and social justice in our region and beyond.
  • Teach courses in the School of Education.
  • Produce scholarly work and publications in the area of Anti-Racist Education.
  • Engage in service activities in the School of Education, University and Community.
  • Advise students.

APPLY - Associate/Full Professor: Anti-Racist Education and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy


Assistant/Associate/Full Professor: Bilingual Education

The School of Education at CI has several programs including Teacher Credential Programs which serve candidates seeking elementary, secondary or special education teaching credentials with the option of earning the Bilingual Authorization (BLA) in Spanish. There are two undergraduate programs offering Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies and Early Childhood Studies. In addition, there is a graduate program offering a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership with the option of completing the requirements for a Preliminary Administrative Services Credential and a Master of Arts in Education with areas of emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction or Disability Studies. In Ventura County, many local school districts are moving toward full or partial dual language learning (DLL) models across K-12. As an HSI and the only IHE offering the BLA in this region, our community stakeholders look to the CSUCI SoE to guide and prepare the workforce necessary to keep up with the ever-increasing demand for bilingual educators. Candidates who complete the BLA at CSUCI can provide instruction in Dual Language classrooms, structured English immersion classrooms, and English mainstream classrooms.

CSU Channel Islands seeks an Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Education-Bilingual Education. Applicants must have demonstrated scholarly expertise to undertake/support/sustain a research agenda in bilingual or dual language education. Applicants must also evince teaching excellence in DLL and/or bilingual methods and foundations.

Responsibilities include:

  • Teach methods courses in Bilingual Instruction and related content areas.
  • Coordinate Bilingual Authorization Program.
  • Produce scholarly work and/or pursue a research agenda that leads to peer reviewed publications.
  • Supervise teacher candidates in public schools.
  • Engage in service activities in the School of Education, University and Community.
  • Advise students.

APPLY - Assistant/Associate/Full Professor: Bilingual Education


Assistant Professor: Early Childhood Studies-Early Literacy

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Studies (ECS) prepares CI students to work effectively with young children from birth through eight years of age and their families. Our program develops the knowledge and skills necessary to work with the youngest community members, including the embedding of substantive training in language acquisition and literacy for early childhood Dual Language Learners across the program. In completing the major, ECS students acquire the competencies to serve young children including dual language learners and children with special needs within the natural settings of home, community, and schools. The academic program offers core curricula and fieldwork in early childhood development and pedagogy while highlighting family engagement in the context of family, culture, language, and society. Upon completion of the BA in Early Childhood Studies, graduates are eligible for the Child Development Teacher Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).

CSU Channel Islands seeks an Assistant Professor in Early Childhood Studies (Early Literacy focus) whose work focuses on child development, early learning, curriculum and instruction, assessment, and early literacy.

Responsibilities include:

  • Teach courses in early childhood literacy and the ECS program.
  • Produce scholarly work and pursue a research agenda focusing on early childhood education and/or early literacy.
  • Engage in service activities in the School of Education, University and Community.
  • Advise students.

APPLY - Assistant Professor: Early Childhood Studies-Early Literacy

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