Assistant/Associate Professor in Mathematics Education
The School of Education (SOE) at the University of California, Davis invites applications for a position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in the area of mathematics education. Mathematics is a core discipline in educational institutions of all kinds, and mathematical understanding is a critical component in life, education, civic participation, and career. Mathematics also serves as a powerful gatekeeper for other valued educational and career pathways. Access to high-quality mathematics learning opportunities, however, is too scarce for all students, especially for students marginalized along dimensions of racial and ethnic background, gender, socioeconomic resources, and regional setting. Despite tremendous advances in recent years, we still have much to learn about the nature of mathematical learning and development, how to design effective mathematics learning environments, how best to prepare mathematics teachers, and to pursue all of these goals in ways that address and rectify long-standing patterns of injustice in education.
We seek a scholar committed to research that provides new and transformative understandings and solutions to persistent challenges within K12 mathematics education.
Responsibilities: Conducting and maintaining a productive program of research with the aims of advancing knowledge of mathematics education; seeking extramural support for research and graduate student support; teaching education courses in the graduate, undergraduate, and teacher credentialing programs; and serving on school and university committees.
The School of Education at the University of California, Davis offers five Ph.D. program areas including Language, Literacy, and Culture; Learning and Mind Sciences, Mathematics Education, Science and Agricultural Education, and School Organization and Educational Policy. In addition, we are home to two professional programs, the Teacher Education Credential and MA program and the Capital Area North Doctorate in Educational Leadership (CANDEL) EdD program, six centers, and various research projects.
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