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Graduate Research Assistant New York
The Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC) program is an 18-month graduate level program that has been designed to support pre-service teachers who aim to work in New York City, high-need schools. Completion of the program leads to an M.A. and teacher certification in one of three areas: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Teaching Students with Disabilities (TSWD) 7-12, and Science Education -- Biology 7-12. Our TR@TC team seeks experienced teachers, who are interested in enthusiastically supporting the growth and development of aspiring and new teachers.
Professional Development Associate New York
The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) at Teachers College, Columbia University works with school communities and educational organizations to transform the design of school learning environments for the 21st century through research, research-based professional development and the evaluation of technology use in the schools. The Center is hiring a Professional Development Associate to engage with members of the Center in providing professional development services to New York City Public Schools. The Professional Development Associate – with supervision from the senior team – will plan professional development activities in alignment to the Center's "Innovating Instruction" model, prepare related materials, and facilitate or support facilitation efforts. This individual will also support research and dissemination activities, as needed.
Professional Development Specialist New York
The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) at Teachers College, Columbia University is hiring a Professional Development Specialist to support the Center’s mission of building the capacity of teachers and leaders to re-imagine education for the digital age. The Professional Development Specialist will work with the larger professional development team to design and to facilitate professional development services for PK-12 teachers and administrators, aligned to the Center’s research-based model for Innovating Instruction. Under the direction of the Center’s Associate Director and Director, this person will also support the management of outreach efforts, including professional development funding opportunities, and communication with existing U.S. clients. For more information on the Center, please visit: ctsc.tc.columbia.edu.
Research Assistant New York
The Research Assistant works with NCREST’s project supporting an evaluation of a project offered by the New Tech Network (NTN), a network of schools that emphasize project based learning in the context of a supportive school culture. In this project, schools will be guided as they incorporate different dimensions of the NTN model in a multi-district cohort. The Research Assistant supports the completion of project tasks and deliverables under the supervision and direction of the NCREST Associate Director.
Health and Behavior Studies Work Study | Digital Archivist New York
The Department of Health and Behavior Studies (HBS) is seeking a work study student that can assist in digital archiving. A digital archivist digitizes, collects, stores and maintains archives for HBS. Working closely with the Director and Assistant Director of Academic Administration, the student will help transfer and organize a variety of archived files to Google Docs & External Drives.
SRI Research Assistant I New York
Professor Priscilla Wohlstetter is hiring a graduate research assistant for the 2017-2018 academic year. The graduate research assistant will work primarily on a project evaluating the implementation of a teacher inquiry team model in NYC Renewal High Schools.     Schedule: Monday-Thursday, 20 hours per week Start Date: Immediate
School Research Assistant: STARCafe (3) New York
The Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy is hiring part-time Research Assistants for Fall 2017-Fall 2018. We will be evaluating how renovations to the lunch lines and seating areas impact student's lunch participation and what they are eating. You can read more about the Cafeteria Make-Over project on the Tisch Food Center website. The tasks may include visiting research sites for data collection, data entry, and or data analysis. Visits to research sites will be in September 2017, December 2017, and February 2018. Approximately 4 days during each of those months.
CCRC Project Assistant (Work Study) New York
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) is seeking an organized and detail-oriented individual who enjoys supporting the administrative needs of dozens of researchers and other professionals involved in the Center’s widely known research work. The work schedule is up to 20 hours per week and 4 or 5 days per week through the academic year. Contact Sarah Phillips, Administrative Coordinator, x3371, phillips@tc.edu. Please apply through the TC application system and include a resume and cover letter. The letter should include information such as: why you want to work at CCRC, available hours to work, how many hours per week you can work, and your earliest start date. For more information about the Center see ccrc.tc.columbia.edu.
FT Instructor - Elementary Inclusive Education New York
Full-time Instructor in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, Elementary Inclusive Education Program. Minimum Qualifications: Masters. Current Doctoral Student.
Technical Project Coordinator New York
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is looking for a Technical Project Coordinator to coordinate all audiovisual and technical aspects of the Project's events at TC including sound systems and video recording. Maintain & upgrade equipment owned by the Project. Coordinate use of AV equipment from the College.
Assistant Director of Public Safety New York
The Office of Public Safety at Teachers College is seeking an Assistant Director of Public Safety. The position reports to an Associate Director of Public Safety, and serves as a campus public safety Watch Commander. The successful candidate must be available to work any work shift, including off-hours, weekends and holidays.
SRI Research Assistant II New York
Professor Priscilla Wohlstetter is hiring a graduate research assistant (10-15 hour per week) for the 2017-2018 academic year. The graduate research assistant will work primarily with Prof Wohlstetter on a federally-funded project to develop a new accountability framework for public schools in the era of the Common Core State Standards. This is the final year of a three year project. Research methods include elite interviews, focus groups, and survey methods. The RA would participate in all three types of data collection. Schedule: Monday-Thursday, 10-15 hours per week Start Date: Immediate
Lead Professional Development Coach New York
Embedded, on-site coaching at NYC DOE schools with the Center for Professional Education of Teachers
Lead Professional Development Coach New York
Embedded, on-site coaching at NYC DOE schools with the Center for Professional Education of Teachers
CCRC Post-doctoral Research Associate New York
The full-time quantitative methods post-doctoral research associate contributes to a suite of multi-year projects examining student success in the community college. The post-doctoral research associate has experience helping to design, co-lead, and conduct quantitative education and/or social science research and a well-articulated interest in community colleges, higher education, and/or issues of access to and success in postsecondary education.

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