The holder of this position will represent the subject in teaching and research. He or she will mainly perform teaching duties in the “Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Special Needs Education” (polyvalent) and “Master of Education (MEd) in Special Needs Education” degree programmes. Applicants are expected to have a relevant qualification profile in the field of inclusive didactics of mathematics as a subject and an outstanding empirically based research expertise with a focus on quantitative and/or qualitative methods.
Major areas of work and research include:
- Theoretical, empirical and practical aspects in the development of mathematical thinking, including precursor skills
- Theoretical and empirical aspects of mathematical learning processes, even under difficult conditions
- Domain-specific concepts for diagnosing and promoting students in mathematics learning areas in the classroom in the context of inclusion and diversity
- Didactic concepts for the transition from preschool to primary school and from primary to secondary school level I
- Empirical evaluation research and the study of teaching concepts in the field of inclusive mathematics education
Successful completion of the Second State Examination, school teaching experience and interest in interdisciplinary cooperation at the Institute of Education for Special Needs and cooperation with the Institute of Mathematics and Physics Education, as well as cooperation with other universities (e.g. Universität Oldenburg), are desired.
The successful candidate will be expected to hold selected courses in English.
General responsibilities and conditions of appointment apply in accordance with the Lower Saxony Higher Education Act (Niedersächsisches Hochschulgesetz – NHG).
Part-time employment can be arranged upon request.
As an equal opportunity employer, Leibniz University Hannover has set itself the strategic aim of significantly increasing the proportion of women. Female scientists are therefore particularly encouraged to apply. Applications from abroad are especially welcome. Preference will be given to equally qualified candidates with disabilities.
In its mission statement, Leibniz University Hannover attaches great importance to the international orientation of teaching and research. At the same time, it places significant value on the intensive guidance and support of its students and on the university’s close ties to the region and to Lower Saxony. Its professors are thus expected to be based in the Hannover Region.
Successful candidates who have reached the age of fifty by the time of appointment and who do not already have civil servant status will generally be given an employment contract.
Further information is available from the Head of the Search Committee Prof. Dr. Marc Thielen (Tel.: +49 (0)511 762-17487, email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please submit your full application with the usual documents by September 16th, 2021 exclusively through the central application site of Leibniz University Hannover:
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