[lg policy] Fwd: [BILING] Study bilingualism/biliteracy at The Ohio State University

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*San José State University*
*Elementary Education Department*
*San José, California*
*Subject to Budgetary Approval*
*K-8 Curriculum and Instruction: Bilingual Language Arts/Literacy*

*Job Opening ID (JOID):*

*Rank: *Assistant or Associate Professor (Tenure-Track)

*Required*: A doctorate with expertise in literacy
(reading/writing/language arts) or a related field. Knowledge of public
school K-8 language arts curricula, instructional strategies, and
assessment models. Knowledge of CCSS and California ELD standards.
Experience teaching literacy in one or more educational settings.
Demonstrated potential for scholarly activity, including grant writing
(evidence of publications and/or grants for those seeking to be considered
at the associate professor level). Awareness of and sensitivity to the
educational goals of a multicultural population evidenced by cross-cultural
study, training, teaching, and other comparable experience.

*Preferred:* Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate
expertise in one or more of the following areas: Bilingualism and
biliteracy in Spanish and English; proficiency in one or more languages
other than English or Spanish represented in our service area (e.g.,
Mandarin or Vietnamese); teaching/working in or with K-8 schools
characterized by cultural and linguistic diversity, especially in a
bilingual Spanish-English environment; early literacy teaching; Reading
Recovery; California Reading/Language Arts Specialist Credential;
literacy assessment;
technology to enhance teaching and learning; second language acquisition
and meeting the needs of second language learners; differentiation and
using a range of pedagogical strategies to support culturally,
academically, and linguistically diverse student populations; expertise
and/or experience in providing services to students with special learning
needs (e.g., Special Education credential, RtI, etc.), school-university
partnerships and/or providing professional development to K-8 teachers in
literacy, assessment, and/or instructing second language learners; literacy
in the content areas/literacy across the curriculum, particularly related
to STEM; NGSS and SBA; teaching a wide range of courses in pre-service and
MA programs; program coordination; and K-8 core (language arts, social
studies, mathematics, science) and/or a K-12 subject area (e.g.,
history/social studies, art, music, physical education, etc.).

*Responsibilities: *Teach graduate-level literacy-related courses in the
following programs: Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, MA (Curriculum
and Instruction), and Reading and Literacy Leadership Specialist Credential
(RSC). Coordinate the RSC program. Supervise MA students’ research projects
and/or student teachers. Serve on department, college, and/or university
committees. Contribute to program and curriculum development. Maintain an
active and productive research agenda.

*Salary Range: *Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Rosalinda Quintanar, Ph. D.
Professor, Teacher Education & Masters Programs
Chair, International Teacher Education Council

  On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 7:29 PM, "Gort, Mileidis" <gort.4 at OSU.EDU>


 PhD in Teaching and Learning: Language, Education, and Society, with a
special emphasis on Bilingualism and Biliteracy

  [image: The Ohio State University]

*The Language, Education, and Society (LES): Bilingualism and Biliteracy
Ph.D. specialization*, housed within the Department of Teaching and
Learning in the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State
University, *invites applications from highly qualified, Spanish/English
bilingual candidates* *with a strong interest in* research and its
application to understanding language and literacy-related phenomena of
educating *bilingual, preK-12 Latino/a student populations.*

The LES: Bilingualism and Biliteracy Ph.D. specialization promotes the view
that language and literacy must be examined within the cultural contexts
and social situations in which they occur. LES: Bilingualism and Biliteracy
PhD students will have the unique opportunity to collaborate with acclaimed
and productive faculty mentors to generate high quality, interdisciplinary
research focusing on:

 o   Childhood bilingual and biliteracy development in schools and
 o   Bilingual and immigrant education
 o   Culturally- and linguistically-sustaining pedagogies in bilingual and
general education classrooms
 o   Linguistic, cognitive, and sociocultural aspects of bilingual language
and literacy development
 o   Local and global perspectives on preK-12 bilingual education policy
and practice

*Graduate Research Assistantships* are available for new, full-time
graduate students who show promise of making significant contributions to
the field of bilingualism and biliteracy development in preK-12 Latino/a
student populations. In addition to *tuition, fees,* and a generous
*stipend*, these competitive assistantships include *$3,000* in *travel and
research expense support*. Candidates who bring to their studies a
background in working with preK-12 Latino/a populations will be given
special consideration.

*Applications* are *due December 1st*. For more information, please contact
Mileidis Gort, Associate Professor of Bilingualism and Biliteracy at
gort.4 at osu.edu.

     [image: The Ohio State University]
Mileidis Gort,* Ed.D.*
Associate Professor, Bilingualism and Biliteracy
Faculty Associate, The Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy
Faculty Affiliate, Latino/a Studies Program
College of Education and Human Ecology, Department of Teaching and Learning
202C Arps Hall, 1945 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43210
614-292-1699 Office
gort.4 at osu.edu

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