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92 961 $ Average monthly salary

Average salary in branch Education in the last 12 months in Illinois

Currency: USD Year: 2020 2019
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The distribution of vacancies in the category Education of Illinois

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As seen in the chart, in Illinois the greatest number of vacancies in the category of Education are opened in Chicago. In the second place is Naperville, and the third - Downers Grove.

Regions rating in Illinois by salary in branch Education

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According to the statistics of our website, Arlington Heights is leading in terms of average wages in the category Education, which is 120000 usd. Then Des Plaines and Skokie follow.

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Adjunct Faculty - Department of Teacher Education, Educational Foundations
DePaul University, Chicago
DePaul UniversityDePaul University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local EEO laws.Posting DetailsJob ID: 47836College/School: College of Education Responsibilities:The Department of Teacher Education, in the College of Education, invites expressions of interest for part-time faculty teaching opportunities in Educational Foundations for the 2019-2020Academic Year. Part-time teaching positions are available throughout the academic year, including summer sessions. Applicants with expertise that matches course scheduling needs will be contacted for an interview. Academic course schedules fluctuate from quarter to quarter and selected individuals will work with department faculty to determine a quarterly schedule. Courses are not guaranteed; however the Department does its best to give ample notice about available courses and potential course cancellations.The Department of Teacher Education seeks applicants with expertise and experience in the following areas: Educational Foundations International/Comparative Education Qualitative Research Methods Quantitative Research Methods Required Qualifications: Applicants must have a Master's degree. Some courses may require a Doctorate degree.The candidate must have demonstrated experience in working in teaching in an diverse learning environment.Close Date: Jun 30, 2020Applicant DocumentsCover Letter(1)C.V.(1)PI121025528
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Teacher Education, Early Childhood Education
DePaul University, Chicago
DePaul UniversityDePaul University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local EEO laws.Posting DetailsJob ID: 47842College/School: College of Education Responsibilities:The Early Childhood Education Program of the Department of Teacher Education, in the College of Education, invites expressions of interest for part-time faculty teaching opportunities for the 2019-2020Academic Year. Part-time teaching positions become available throughout the academic year, including summer sessions. Applicants with expertise that matches the Program's course staffing needs will be contacted for an interview. Since course schedules fluctuate in day/night and session frequency from quarter to quarter, selected individuals will work with the Program Director to determine their quarterly schedules. Courses are not guaranteed; however, the Department does its best to give adjunct instructors ample notice about available courses and potential course cancellations. Presently, no weekend courses are scheduled. Some courses are taught online or through hybrid delivery models. Other courses (e.g., internships) require instructors to conduct field supervision of teacher candidates across the quarter, in placements around the city of Chicago and sometimes the collar suburbs. Please note: DePaul's academic year is based upon quarters of 11 weeks. There are three quarters across September-June, with breaks between them. Please consult the DePaul University Web site's Academic Calendar for further information on this year's academic schedule.The Early Childhood Education Program seeks applicants with expertise and experience in the following areas: Early Childhood: Infant and Toddler Programs Early Childhood: Family and Community Programming Early Childhood: Preschool and Primary-grade Math and Science Early Childhood: Preschool and Primary-grade Social Studies Early Childhood: Preschool and Primary-grade Integrated Arts Education Early Childhood: ESL/Bilingual/Bicultural Education Early Childhood: Assessment Early Growth and Development (including Health, Safety, and Nutrition) Early Childhood Special Education Early Language and Literacy, Acquisition and Development The Supplemental Questions are designed to determine your specific, relevant areas of expertise in Early Childhood Education (ages birth through 8y):Required Qualifications: Applicants must have a master's degree and a minimum of three years' experience in the early childhood or child development fields. Some courses may require a doctoral degree. Applicants for curriculum and instruction (i.e., "methods") courses must have minimum of 5 years of licensed teaching experience.The candidate must have demonstrated experience in working in teaching in an diverse learning environment.Close Date: Jun 30, 2020Applicant DocumentsCover Letter(1)C.V.(1)PI121026999
Education Program Manager
Right At School, Evanston, Illinois
Enjoy teaching and molding young minds? Quick on your feet in times of crisis?Interested in providing leadership in your local community?Being a Program Manager with Right At School may be the job for you!Right At School works to develop in children the traits that are not only important during their youth, but which will lend to their lifelong success! These traits are embedded in our curriculum, our instructional methods, and our positive guidance approach! Our Program Managers focus on helping children develop social-emotional skills, character, positive identity, persistence, belief in oneself, internal motivation -- all within an afterschool community that respects diversity, includes children and families of different needs and backgrounds, and celebrates each childs uniqueness!We are seeking a natural leader with high-energy to serve as Program Manager for one of our Evanston school locations!Join a team that puts employee growth, team collaboration, and student engagement first!As a Program Manager, you will:* Lead a team of educators and/or assistant teachers to ensure the delivery of engaging, interactive educational experiences and curriculum* Develop strong relationships with school administration, parents, & PTA organizations in order to provide the best care for children and ensure customer satisfaction* Manage staff compliance with district-specific policies and procedures* Maintain excellent communication with varied audience including children, parents, staff and school personnel* Model positive guidance and effective classroom management to maintain the safety, well-being and attention of all children while supporting homework completion, leading fun fitness activities, and guiding children at play* Lead the educator and assistant teacher team in organizing program materials for lessons and activities, as well as document attendance, incidents and other observations* Manage and order supplies as needed according to curriculum* Meet and report regularly to the Area Manager regarding program, site, and staff performanceRequirements* Outstanding customer service and relationship building skills* Strong classroom management skills with the ability to use and model appropriate positive discipline* Works well in a team environment* A passion and drive that inspire a love for learning & the ability to engage children in learning activities in a fun and interactive way* Respect for and dedication to working with children* 2 years of direct experience working with children under 13* 1 year of supervisory experience* College coursework in early childhood education, elementary education, or a related field* Ability to meet state-specific requirements; FA/CPR, Mandated Reporter, Cleared TBBenefits* Opportunity to make a difference in your community and positively impact families* Ongoing professional development with pay raise incentives * Provide meaningful fun and employ Disguised Learning* Flexible working hours aligned to school schedules* Gain valuable classroom management experience* Competitive compensation and benefits, including free before/after school child care, commuter benefits, supplemental insurance (short term disability, life insurance, etc.) based on eligibility
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Adjunct Instructors of Education
North Central College, Naperville, Illinois
Job DescriptionPosting NumberFPosition TitleAdjunct Instructors of EducationDepartmentEducationDivisionFLSA StatusExemptFaculty StatusPer course Part-time FacultySupervisor TitleProfessor of Education and Chair, Department of EducationStatusPer Course Part-time FacultyTenure TrackNoPosition SummaryThe Department of Education at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois, seeks applications for part-time instructors to teach the following courses during the 2020-2021 academic year:Fall Semester: August 24-December 15, 2020Spring Semester: January 11-May 6, 2021EDUC 200 Introduction to HS/MS/K12 Teaching (4 credit hours)Monday/Wednesday/Friday 4:00-5:35 PMThis course is the first methods course secondary education majors take to learn lesson planning, basic instructional strategies, and assessment practices to children in grades 5-8 (middle school) and grades 9-12 (high school). The course also includes those majoring in K12 licensure areas of art and world languages. Minimum degree required: Master's in Education.This course is available for both Fall and Spring semesters and is scheduled at the same day and time for both semesters.EDUC 330 Teaching Students with Disabilities (4 credit hours)Tuesday/Thursday 3:35-5:10 PMThis course covers the fundamentals of teaching children with disabilities. It is required for all education majors. The course will include elementary, secondary, and K12 teacher candidates.Minimum degree required: Master's in Education.This course is available for both Fall and Spring semesters and is scheduled at the same day and time for both semesters.EDUC 260 Elementary Methods: Literacy I (4 credit hours)Tuesday/Thursday 9:50-11:25 AMThis is the introductory reading methods course taken by elementary majors (grades 1-6).Minimum degree required: Master's in Education.This course is available only for the Fall semester.EDUC 362 Elementary Methods: Literacy II (4 credit hours)Tuesday/Thursday 1:45-3:20 PMThis is an advanced level reading methods course for elementary majors (grades 1-6) and includes some methodology for teaching language arts in the middle school (grades 5-8). Knowledge of edTPA Task 1 and Task 2 is vital to teaching this course successfully.Minimum degree required: Master's in Education.This course is available only for the Fall semester.EDUC 401 Elementary Assessment of Learning (4 credit hours)Monday/Wednesday 1:45-3:20 PMThis is an advanced level assessment course for elementary majors (grades 1-6). Knowledge of edTPA Task 3 is vital to teaching this course successfully.Minimum degree required: Master's in Education.This course is available only for the Fall semester.MEDU 601 Data-Driven Decision Making (4 credit hours)Monday 5:45-8:55 PMThis is a graduate-level course in the Instructional Coaching master's program. The course explores the link between learning and assessment. Emerging theory on performance-based assessment, brain research, and curriculum-aligned assessment are explored to better understand the fundamental nature of authentic assessment.Minimum degree required: Doctorate in Education.This course is available only for the Fall semester.MEDU 622 School Law and Policies (4 credit hours)Wednesday 5:45-8:55 PMThis is a graduate-level course in the Principal Preparation master's program. The course reviews and analyzes general legal principles, judicial and statutory law and regulatory agencies that impact schools and educational leaders.Minimum degree required: Doctorate in Education.This course is available only for the Fall semester.QUALIFICATIONS:Master's degree in Education is required to teach EDUC courses; doctoral degree preferred.Doctoral degree in Education is required to teach MEDU courses.Ability to demonstrate a commitment to excellence in higher education teaching and mentoring required.Teaching experience preferred.In 2020-2021, adjunct faculty may teach up to 12 credit hours per semester. It is possible for one person to cover more than one course listed above.Interested candidates should submit a cover letter that indicates desired position or positions (please specify using course numbers and names), a curriculum vitae/detailed resume, a statement of teaching philosophy, and contact information for three professional references at Review of candidates will begin immediately and continues until the position is filled.Founded in 1861, North Central College is a selective, comprehensive liberal arts institution of about 3,000 students, located 28 miles west of Chicago in Naperville. The college is within walking distance of the Naperville Metra station and is next to downtown Naperville. For more information, please visit: North Central values diversity and is committed to social justice, equity and inclusiveness. Experience working with diverse populations and communities will be weighed in the candidate's favor.Employment ConditionsAn offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of the College's background screening process.Number of Vacancies7EEO StatementNorth Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to increasing the diversity of our workforce. NCC provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. If you need reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process, please notify the Office of Human Resources at or . Determinations for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.Close DateOpen Until FilledYesSpecial Instructions to ApplicantThis is a adjunct teaching position and we are actively recruiting to fill it utilizing a remote hiring process.Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants who would enrich the diversity of the campus community are strongly encouraged to apply.For more information, please visit: Additional Information
Education Intern
Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, Illinois
SunIRef:ManuPart-time intern position12-16 hours per week depending on the schedule$25/weekElmhurst Art Museum is seeking a highly motivated Education Intern to work closely with the Director of Education and education staff. The ideal candidate would work two days per week.Duties & Responsibilities:Assist with researching ideas for future public and educational programming based on upcoming exhibitionsFacilitate the execution of new and exciting programs and other initiativesHelp monitor registration for all classes, camps, and special programsDraft outreach letters to local educators and community leadersAssist our staff members with guided exhibition toursResearch potential collaboratorsTake initiative to take on new projects for the museum based on intern's interestAssist with preparation of museum education internal reports and maintains general reporting recordsPerform other duties as necessarySkills & QualificationsUndergraduate or graduate students studying in Art, Art History, Art Education, Museum Studies or related fieldExcellent organizational skills and strict attention to detail requiredStrong written and verbal skillsPrevious experience in the arts is a plusAbility to work a flexible schedule that may include evening, weekend and holiday assignmentsCollege credit can be arranged for undergraduate or graduate students.If interested, please send your CV and cover letter to by Oct 25. Please reference the position title/department in the subject line.
Special Education Teacher
The Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind, Chicago
   STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: The Special Education Teacher teaches the students of the Chicago Lighthouse individual differentiation in small groups for powerful life outcomes in academic, behavioral, communicative, physical and social-emotional domains to fully function within a therapeutic classroom and in supported life following educational eligibility up to age 22. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: Exercises primary leadership and responsibility for the safety of assigned students in the classroom, recreation and in all training areas including following the mandates of reporting potential indicators of neglect or abuse (with communication to the principal regarding the report prior to the report when practicable); Assigns routine duties and educational activities to teacher’s assistants and supports and cooperates with staff to maintain classroom and educational areas, equipment and educational decorum for benefit for all; Addresses educational needs in current legal  and appropriate ways such that common core requirements and Illinois State Board of Education mandates as well as equity requirements are specifically addressed in meaningful and appropriate ways for students; Implements appropriate transition activities starting at aged 14.5 to address educational outcomes that support positive outcomes for life after high school eligibility; Implements a therapeutic-educational program for a specific group of students with multiple disabilities, including visual impairment or blindness, intellectual disability, autism, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, developmental disability, traumatic brain injury, and any other secondary or component disabilities in our students’ profile; Follows dictates of appropriate and current assessment and data usage to determine appropriately prioritized intervention and levels of sequential performance gain; Collaborates and teams with therapists and other staff members in planning individual educational programs; Plans to address specific  learner objectives and prepares a schedule of content area courses for satisfying time requirements as directed by the principal and achievement within the program objectives; Maintains respectful exchanges and cooperative relationships with families and caseworker staff to achieve a strengthening of the total family; Discusses program and specific goals with parents and significant others to enlist their support and allow input on a regular frequent basis; Performs diagnostic studies in collaboration with program consultants/therapists, adding the educational data that drives group and team focus for educational outcomes; Presents specific agency services to community and professional groups as appropriate; Maintains appropriate and timely records and writes reports on students; Maintains an active interest and participation in the professional field at all levels; Participates in agency seminars and external training to meet continuing education requirements; Works positively with the guidelines of the district of residence for each student to interface and be responsive to their educational needs for the student including in any transition to and from the Chicago Lighthouse; Performs administrative support work and other duties as assigned by Principal with a positive approach and work ethic;   SPECIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution with a major in Special Education or a related field; Illinois Learning Behavior Specialist (LBSI) licensure through the State Board of Education is required, and additional areas of licensure are of potential benefit in the position such as other special education areas of certification or a general educator certificate; Commitment to our mission of providing opportunities for people who are blind or visually impaired and people who are of the disabled and veteran communities, is essential.   The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired is an Equal Opportunity Employer in full compliance with local, state, and federal Civil Rights & Affirmative Action laws.  The Chicago Lighthouse maintains a strong policy of accommodation and a consistent practice of employing qualified individuals with disabilities.   
Special Education Resource Teacher (part time)
Arlington Heights School District 26, Arlington Heights, Illinois
- Position Type:Special Education/LD/BD Resource- Date Posted:6/26/2020- Location:Dryden Elementary School- Date Available:2020-21 School Year-07/10/2020-Description:Arlington Heights School District 25 has an opening for a part-time (.5 FTE) Special Education Resource Teacher at Dryden Elementary School for the 2020-21 school year.Qualifications:Must have experience with students with a variety of disabilites, including students with behavior disorders and other learning and cognitive delaysMust possess a valid Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) with a LBS1 Endorsement for K-12Preferred candidates will speak a second languagePreferred candidates will be willing to work with students outside of the normal school day by participating in activities, athletics, or other school related endeavorsApplication Procedure:Applications are considered complete when all required materials are submitted online, including the following:- a completed online application- a current resume and letter of interest- three letters of recommendation- a photocopy or screenshot of Illinois PEL- a photocopy of all academic transcriptsAll supporting documents must be uploaded into the online application. The letter of interest may be addressed to:Mr. Brian KayeAssistant Superintendent for Personnel and PlanningPlease contact if you have any questions regarding this posting.-

Popular professions rating in the category Education in Illinois in 2020 year

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English Teacher is the most popular profession in Illinois in the category Education. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 2. The average salary of the profession of English Teacher is 73760 usd