Assistant/Associate Professor (Teacher Preparation in Deaf Education)
Commensurate with Qualifications, anticipated salary from mid
forties to mid fifties.
January 16, 2001, and will continue until position is filled
12 units per semester, plus student advising and committee assignments
Term of Employment:
Doctorate in Special Education/Deaf Education or related field, but evidence
of substantial progress toward completion of doctorate will be considered.
Doctorate required by time of tenure review.
Fluency in American Sign Language.
Experience teaching deaf students in a multi-ethnic school setting.
Commitment to a Bilingual (ASL/ENGLISH) - Bicultural Philosophy of educating
Knowledge of generic special education and pre-service preparation of teachers.
Experience with exceptional pupils from diverse cultural and linguistic
Evidence of recent scholarly activity.
Summary of Work and Responsibilities:
Experience in practicum and supervision.
Evidence of successful university teaching.
Experience in teacher preparation.
Classroom teaching experience with DH-H students who have multiple disabilities.
Evidence of professional rapport with school district personnel.
Evidence of positive relationships with students and colleagues.
Knowledge of Speech and Audiology, and its role in the education of Deaf
and Hard of Hearing children.
Knowledge and Skills Needed:
Teach courses in the area of Deafness and generic special education.
Supervise student teachers and interns in the area of Deafness.
Participate in departmental curriculum and program development.
Advise master's and credential students.
Request/Submit Application To:
Claire C. Cavallaro, Chair
California State University, Northridge
Department of Special Education
Northridge, CA 91330-8265
Uploaded by: Kim Williams/Kent State University/Deaf Education