Job Announcements

Institutions or individuals who are current members of TODOS may request to place a job announcement on the TODOS website. The request must be related to the mission and goals of TODOS. The current member's name must be included with the request. Upon approval, announcements will remain for three months unless an announcement deadline is given. The announcements do not constitute an endorsement by TODOS.  

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Asst. Professor - Mathematics Education Outreach (College of Education Deans Office)

University of Wyoming

Expiration Date for Announcement: 03/31/2023

The University of Wyoming’s College of Education and the UW Science and Mathematics Teaching Center (SMTC) invite applications from dynamic, qualified candidates with a strong background in and commitment to K-12 Math Education. This position supports the UW Science and Mathematics Teacher Center’s Middle-level Mathematics Master of Science in Natural Science program and K-12 Math education outreach for in-service teachers. May also teach selected courses in the Mathematics Education Ph.D. program and undergraduate preservice mathematics education courses.

This position emphasizes work with rural Wyoming schools, developing and providing mathematics-related professional development to teachers across the state of Wyoming. The successful candidate will collaborate with the science professional development team and coordinate the middle-level mathematics graduate program. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in academic scholarship, including grant writing and conducting/publishing research in mathematics education and advising graduate students.

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Institute for Learning (IFL) Math Fellow

Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), at the University of Pittsburgh

Expiration Date for Announcement: 05/31/2023

The Institute for Learning (IFL) is looking for a highly qualified candidate to join the Math Team as a Fellow. The IFL is a non-profit education organization that functions as a strategic partner to PreK-12 schools and districts. The IFL is co-located with our parent organization, the Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), at the University of Pittsburgh. Most of our partnering districts primarily serve historically and systemically marginalized students: Black, Brown, and Indigenous students, emergent bilingual students, and students who are living in economically disenfranchised communities.

What does the IFL do and believe?

We collaborate with educators and districts. We grow content knowledge. We foster learning opportunities. We believe that educators should have the power and resources to teach. We believe that each and every student is capable of high achievement, and we believe that every student should be engaged in cognitively demanding tasks and learner-centered, talk-based instruction. We believe in equitable and sustainable change, and we build our partnerships on asset-based practices. We learn from students, educators, schools, and communities.

What does a Math Fellow do?

Math fellows work closely with educators in our partnering districts with the goal of improving mathematics instruction and creating more equitable learning opportunities for systemically and historically marginalized students.  

We offer professional learning opportunities for teachers, interventionists, instructional coaches, building-based administrators, and district-based administrators. Professional learning is often tied to our seminal work related to the Principles of Learning, Accountable Talk® practices, and Content Focused-Coaching.

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