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Monday, January 23, 2012

Hebrew College invites applications for the Korman Chair in Inclusive Jewish Education

 Hebrew College invites applications for the Korman Chair in
Inclusive Jewish Education.  This endowed professor provides academic
and entrepreneurial leadership, vision, and scholarship for our Center
for Inclusive Jewish Education and serves as a core faculty member of
our Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education. The Korman Chair will
teach and mentor graduate students, build and sustain partnerships with
academic and community-based organizations dedicated to enhancing the
quality of Jewish education for diverse learners including children with
special needs, and innovate professional development systems and

       The ideal candidate will have these qualifications:
*       PhD, EdD, or equivalent degree
*       Demonstrated academic leadership skills
*       Excellence in  teaching at the graduate level, including
experience with on-line and distance learning technologies
*       Experience in research, service, and/or advocacy for children
with special needs and inclusive education
*       Experience with formal or informal education of children with
disabilities in the Jewish community

       Specific areas of expertise may vary but could include:
*       Jewish education
*       Interdisciplinary teamwork for assessment and intervention
*       Family engagement and parent support
*       Differentiated curriculum & instruction
*       Early childhood education
*       New technologies and social media platforms for learning and
*       Positive youth development
*       Community partnerships for education excellence and

       Hebrew College is a vibrant, growing, and transforming
institution of Jewish learning located in the Boston area.  It embraces
a pluralistic community passionately committed to learning, creativity,
and communal responsibility.  In addition to the Shoolman Graduate
School of Jewish Education, the College includes the Rabbinical School
and School of Jewish Music, all aspiring toward  greater inclusivity.
Faculty, students and programs represent a global network of learners.
For additional information visit .

       Interested candidates should forward a CV and letter including a
statement on teaching and leadership philosophies as well as what you
find compelling about teaching at Hebrew College to:

       Rabbi Dr Michael Shire
       Dean and Professor of Jewish Education
       160 Herrick Road
       Newton, MA 02459 USA

       Applications will be reviewed beginning January 30 and continue
until the position is filled.

       Hebrew College is an equal-opportunity employer.

L. Scott Lissner, Ohio State University ADA Coordinator, Office Of
Diversity And Inclusion
 Associate, John Glenn School of Public Affairs
 Lecturer, Knowlton School of Architecture, Moritz College of Law &
Disability Studies
 President Elect, Association on Higher Education And Disability
 Chair, ADA-OHIO
 Appointed,  Ohio Governor's Council For People With Disabilities,
State HAVA Committee &
 Columbus Advisory Council on Disability Issues

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