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Teaching Position: CEP 832 Educating Students with Challenging Behaviors, 25%

Semesters Offered: Fall (Preparation and Course Redesign)/Spring

Duties/Requirements: This 25% time graduate teaching assistantship provides preparation and teaching for CEP 832. In the Fall, the Teaching Assistant will redesign and update CEP 832.  The Teaching Assistant should be able to work independently, should have excellent professional writing skills, and should be interested in the dissemination of research on classroom management.  During the Spring, the student will teach the course, interacting online with MAED students and assuming all grading and feedback duties for the class.

Supervising Faculty: Dr. Evelyn Oka

Additional information required: With your department application please also submit a letter of interest and a current copy of your vitae.

Desired Qualifications:


    1. Background, knowledge, competencies and skills in school psychology


    2. Knowledge of best practices in classroom management


    3. Strong research and writing skills

Training: The graduate assistant required to attend orientation meetings prior to the start of fall semester.

Mentoring and Monitoring: The graduate assistant will meet weekly or bi-weekly with faculty supervisor.

Evaluation: Graduate assistants are evaluated at least once each semester. Written and verbal feedback will be provided  Evaluations will be done according to the Graduate Employees Union contract.