Graduate School of Education




Part-Time Teaching positions

The Graduate School of Education, University of California, Riverside, is seeking to fill several one-quarter temporary teaching positions (Lecturer) for the 2019-2020 academic year. These positions are subject to the availability of funding.


Qualifications: Candidates will have either an advanced degree (Ph.D. or Ed. D. degree preferred) or a Master’s degree and a minimum of five years of demonstrated teaching experience in Education or a related field. We are particularly interested in applicants who have expertise in teaching linguistically and culturally diverse students.


Appointments will begin September 23, 2019 (Fall); January 2, 2020 (Winter), March 25, 2020 (Spring), June 22, 2020 (Summer) and continue for one quarter.   


Applications are welcome from persons qualified to teach:


Fall 2019

Education 004:            Looking in Classrooms:  Science/Mathematics Emphasis

Education 032A:          Introduction to Children with Special Needs

Education 118:            Educational Research Methods

Education 162:            Learning Theory and Psychology in Education

Education 178:            Reading and Writing in the Content Areas

Education 184:            Social Emotional Learning in the Schools

Education 211A:          Cognitive Development

Education 248F:          Financing Higher Education

Education 255E:          Advanced Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis

Education 264:            History and Systems of Psychology: Implications for School Psychologists

Education 282A:          Curriculum Theory & Instructional Processes: Mathematics and Science

Education 285I:           Curriculum Theory & Instructional Processes: Secondary English

Education 285L:          Curriculum Theory & Instructional Processes: Secondary Foreign Language

Education 285M:         Curriculum Theory & Instructional Processes: Secondary Mathematics

Education 285S:          Curriculum Theory & Instructional Processes: Secondary Science

Education 295C:          Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Severe Disabilities


Winter 2020

Education 003:            Imagining Teaching:  Science/Mathematics Emphasis

Education 044:            Principles of Healthful Living

Education 104:            Mathematics Education

Education 105:            Introduction to Science Pedagogy

Education 132:            The Exceptional Child

Education 152:            Education, Hip-Hop, and Sport

Education 160:            Cognitive Development and Education

Education 179B:          Language Development in Content Areas: ESL Instruction Emphasis

Education 215C:          Structural Equation Modeling

Education 219:            Classroom and School Assessment

Education 226:            Ethnic Studies and Education

Education 282B:          Curriculum Theory & Instructional Processes: Social Studies, Visual & Performing

Education 295D:          Functional Communication and Self-Advocacy


Spring 2020

Education 178:            Reading & Writing in the Content Areas

Education 200:            Human Differences

Education 214C:          Educational Research: Experimental Design

Education 246E:          Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Classroom

Education 283:            Analyzing the Practice of Teaching

Education 295B:          Adapting Core Curriculum and Standards-Based Instruction (Mild-Moderate Disabilities)


Summer 2020

Education 005:            Introduction to Education Studies

Education 044:            Principles of Healthful Living

Education 112:            Understanding Assessment in Education

Education 118:            Educational Research Methods

Education 132:            The Exceptional Child

Education 133:            Issues and Trends in Special Education

Education 147:            Education in a Diverse Society

Education 162:            Learning Theory and Psychology in Education

Education 172:            Reading and Language Development

Education 178:            Reading and Writing in the Content Areas

Education 179A:         Language Development in Content Areas

Education 280L:          Foundations in Education: The Learner


Interested candidates should submit electronic applications, including a cover letter of interest, a curriculum vita, teaching statement, recent teaching evaluations, list of three references and a statement of contribution to diversity. Review of applicants will begin July 31, 2019 and may continue until positions are filled. Interested individuals should apply at



The descriptions of our courses are in the online catalog: Please indicate in your cover letter what qualifies you for each of the courses you are interested in teaching and the quarters you are available. In addition, please specify any single or multiple subject or educational credentials, certificates or licenses you possess. Questions regarding this position should be directed to