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Gifted and Talented Education Visiting Assistant Professor Position
Cleveland State UniversityGifted and Talented Education Visiting Assistant Professor PositionJob Summary:Coordinate, supervise field experiences, and teach graduate courses in the blended Gifted and Talented Education program; teach additional undergraduate and graduate courses in the college's educator preparation program, per the candidate's area of expertise.Cleveland State University (CSU), with over 17,000 students, is located in downtown Cleveland, a mid- sized and diverse Great Lakes city with major businesses, cultural institutions, and recreational options. Our mission at the College of Education and Human Services is to prepare professionals who reflect our commitment to educational excellence across the life-span through teaching, research, and service focused on leadership, social justice, and partnerships in addressing contemporary urban needs.Minimum qualifications:* Earned doctorate in education, curriculum and instruction, educational psychology, or related field; evidence of scholarship related to gifted and talented education;* Candidates that are designated as ABD are encouraged to apply, provided the doctorate is completed no later than August 5, 2019;* Three years of K-12 teaching experience;Preferred qualifications:* Three years of recent K-12 teaching experience of gifted and talented students; demonstrated effective experience teaching in higher education; familiarity with instructional technology integration in the classroom, including online delivery models;* Experience teaching gifted education at the college level; teacher preparation, curriculum theory, models of gifted education, equity issues in gifted education, as well as methods of teaching;* Demonstrated effective experience coordinating and promoting (e.g., recruitment and outreach) academic programs for gifted and talented students in K-12 and/or higher education settings;* Demonstrated effective experience supervising practicum and/or student teaching experiences for educators of gifted and talented students;* Evidence of potential for scholarly productivity;CSU is an urban campus serving a racially, culturally and economically diverse student body. Diversity is extremely important to our core mission. Candidates should provide evidence of experience serving diverse students and how the candidate would make a positive contribution to CSU's diverse community.Start date: August 19, 2019Application: Upload a letter of interest, curriculum vita, three reference letters, copy of graduate transcripts, samples of writings or publications, evidence of teaching experience, and statement of teaching philosophy to: questions please contact the Curriculum and Foundations Department at 216-687-4577 or email the Chair of the search committee Dr. Frederick Hampton at of applications begins January 15, 2019; preference will be given to applications received by January 15, 2019. Hiring is contingent on maintaining existing levels of funding from the state.It is the policy of Cleveland State University to provide equal opportunity to all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disable status, or genetic information.Apply Here:
Posted: 11/29/2018

Teacher - Gifted (Primary)
Lorain City Schools is currently looking for a primary grade gifted intervention specialist to support gifted cluster teachers in reading and math for grades 1-3. Applicant must possess the appropriate grade-level and subject area credentials; 1) a currently-valid teaching license/certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education for Intervention Specialist - Gifted K-12 license or Gifted K-12 Endorsement, and 2.) must meet the Highly-Qualified standards for teachers (HQT) under No Child Left Behind Act. Interested applicants please visit the Lorain City Schools website at: to complete and submit an employment application.
Posted: 10/2/2018

Part-Time Hourly Gifted Assessor
Columbus City Schools is currently looking for a part-time hourly assessor to administer tests for gifted identification to students in grades K-12. Must hold a valid gifted endorsement or be in pursuit of endorsement. Must have experience administering standardized tests, preferably those used for gifted identification. Interested individuals should apply using the link below:
Posted: 9/5/2018

Middle School Gifted Specialist - Columbus City Schools
Columbus City Schools is currently looking for a middle school gifted specialist to support gifted cluster teachers in reading and math for grades 6-8. Must hold a valid gifted endorsement or be in pursuit of endorsement. Must have experience working with middle school gifted learner. Interested individuals should apply using the link below:
Posted: 9/5/2018


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OAGC has established this web page for the announcement of available gifted/talented teaching and coordinator positions. Postings frequently appear on the Ohiogift listserv and OAGC thought it might be useful to have positions posted where they would be accessible for a longer period.

Those districts wanting to post openings need to supply all the usual information: position, requirements (like certification), location, grade levels, when the position will be filled, who to contact, etc. It should be information similar to what was submitted to Ohiogift.

All posting requests should come directly to this address: You will still want to post to Ohiogift but don't expect this site to copy the Ohiogift post automatically.

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