The Eindhoven School of Education (ESoE) has a vacancy for a full professor 'Teacher Professionalization and Innovation in particular with regard to the STEM Domain'. ESoE is the expertise centre of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) regarding the professional development of (future) teachers in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) domain. More specifically, ESoE offers a Master's program in Science Education and Communication, in which teachers are educated to become so-called first-degree ('eerstegraads') teachers in mathematics, physics, chemistry, research and design, and computer science. ESoE also offers an educational module that leads to a second-degree teaching competence mainly offered to bachelor students. ESoE conducts scientific research in the area of professional development of (future) teachers, in particular with regard to science education. ESoE also supports and promotes educational innovations through professional development, consultancy and applied research, both at the TU/e and at educational institutions / schools in the region.
Is (co-)responsible for the three main areas of ESoE (teacher education, research and innovation);
Is a recognized expert in his/her field;
Is able and willing to work with colleagues with different disciplinary backgrounds in accordance with ESoE's mission and vision;
Provides education (subjects to be determined) in the teacher education program and supervises Master's students with their research projects;
Promotes practice-oriented educational research of high academic quality;
Contributes to innovations in schools for secondary education, as well as in the own university and in higher education in general;
Is actively involved in the TU/e qualification of teachers (UTQ);
Is active in entering into partnerships regarding the main areas of ESoE and enhances the visibility of ESoE both internally and externally.
The selection procedure will begin on or as soon as possible after April 30, 2018.
You can apply via the 'Apply now' button at the top of this page.
Applications submitted by e-mail will not be processed.