Interested in becoming a Part-Time Lecturer or Field Supervisor?
In accordance with the University of Washington's Faculty Code, all prospective part-time lecturers and teaching associates/field supervisors (hereinafter referred to as field supervisors) are required to submit materials for review by a school’s or unit’s full-time faculty. A vote among the full-time faculty in the School of Education (SoE) is required before an applicant is formally approved to teach courses or supervise teacher candidates.
UW's Academic HR is the final authority on approving all hires. Additionally, the successful completion of a criminal background check is a requirement before any appointments are extended. More information will be provided when an appointment is offered.
Please do not submit materials outside of this system. Materials that are not submitted according to these instructions will be sent back to the applicant.
1. PROGRAM AREAS IN THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
The School of Education includes the following program areas:
- Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.)
- Educational Administration Certification
- M.Ed. for Practicing Teachers
- Undergraduate Education Minors
- Teacher Certification Programs in Special Education, Secondary (Mathematics and Science), and TELL (Teaching English Learners.
2. SUMMARY OF ROLES
Part-time lecturers often teach across all of our programs. Field supervision occurs in the following programs: Teacher Certification programs in K-8 Special Education, Secondary (Mathematics or Science), and K-8 TELL (Teaching English Language Learners), and Educational Administration certification (principal preparation).
3. APPLICATION MATERIALS
Review the Application Instructions for an overview and list of required application materials.
Cindy Valerio, Director of Operations, email: email@example.com, 253-692-4432 and Donna Braboy, Program Support Supervisor, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, 253-692-4431 will serve as your main points of contacts. They will send announcements, program and campus information, and conduct general communication with you via email throughout the quarter. Please feel free to contact them via phone or email if you have questions.