Part-time Lecturer for First Year Seminar in School Psychology Practice
Location: Medford, MA
The Tufts University Department of Education seeks qualified candidates to teach a first year year-long graduate level field supervision seminar offered in the Fall and Spring semesters on Thursdays from 11:30-1:15.
ED 221 First Year Seminar in School Psychology Practice. Doctorate and graduate teaching experience in the area are preferred. This seminar will focus upon the integration of content knowledge and skill development during students' initial observations and field experiences of school based practice. The development of culturally responsive practice is emphasized. This is a required course for school psychology graduate students.
Doctorate in School Psychology or related field and successful university teaching experience are preferred. The successful candidate should have experience in school-based or clinical practice at the high school, middle school, and/or elementary level.
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