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Research Assistant New York
The Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE) at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a part-time assistant research scientist to support ongoing research. Created in 1985, CPRE unites researchers from seven of the nation's leading research institutions—University of Pennsylvania, Teachers College Columbia University, Harvard University, Stanford University, University of Michigan, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Northwestern University—in an effort to improve elementary and secondary education through practical research. CPRE researchers have made their mark studying the effectiveness of federal, state, and local policies, with particular emphasis on accountability systems, school finance, teacher quality initiatives, assessment systems, and school governance. CPRE-TC focuses on research and development of tools, processes, and policies intended to promote the use of evidence-based practices and the continuous improvement of instructional practice locally, nationally and across the globe.
Research Assistant New York
The Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE) at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a part-time assistant research scientist to support ongoing research. Created in 1985, CPRE unites researchers from seven of the nation's leading research institutions—University of Pennsylvania, Teachers College Columbia University, Harvard University, Stanford University, University of Michigan, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Northwestern University—in an effort to improve elementary and secondary education through practical research. CPRE researchers have made their mark studying the effectiveness of federal, state, and local policies, with particular emphasis on accountability systems, school finance, teacher quality initiatives, assessment systems, and school governance. CPRE-TC focuses on research and development of tools, processes, and policies intended to promote the use of evidence-based practices and the continuous improvement of instructional practice locally, nationally and across the globe.
Interim New York
Assist faculty in facilitating an online professional development program in education. Facilitation includes assessing participants' responses to study questions provided during 20 clock hours of professional development.
Administrative Fellow: Communications & Web Assistant New York
• The Administrative Fellow (AF), Communications & Web Assistant will be responsible for the website development, improvement and maintenance for the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) including Orientation, Insurance & Immunization Records, Student Groups, and the Graduate Writing Center; • Will be responsible for all graphic design creation and distribution for the above subareas of OSA, including print and digital material, including material for Orientation programming (Fall & Spring) and Summer Welcome; • Scheduling and maintenance of OSA social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Hootsuite); • Various projects throughout the position may also require photography and video editing capabilities; skills in both are not required but desirable.
Classroom Assistant Teacher - Graduate Teaching Assistant New York
THE RITA GOLD EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER (RGC) at Teachers College seeks an experienced graduate student for 2017-18 academic year to provide teaching support in an early childhood education center serving children ages 6 weeks to five years.
EdLab Services Associate New York
Sharpen Your Skills as an Educator at the Gottesman Libraries! The Gottesman Libraries is seeking EdLab Services Associates.
Residency Supervisor New York
The Teaching Residents at Teachers College Program (TR@TC2) is a federally funded project that will take graduate students through an 18-month program that leads to New York State teacher certification and a master's degree.
College Work Study Research Lab 111701 New York
The Teachers College Biobehavioral Sciences (BBS) Department is seeking a Work Study to work in a research lab on various tasks and projects.
Off-Campus College Work Study: Jumpstart Team Leader New York
Jumpstart is a national early education organization that recruits and trains college students and community volunteers to work with preschool children in low-income neighborhoods. Through a proven curriculum, these children develop the language and literacy skills they need to be ready for school, setting them on a path to close the achievement gap before it is too late. Join us to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. Learn more at www.jstart.org. A Jumpstart team leader collaborates on a team of Corps members to provide educational activities to young children and families. Responsibilities include planning and implementing effective Jumpstart sessions using the Jumpstart curriculum, facilitating team meetings, and coaching Corps members to use developmentally appropriate practices with young children. The team leader plays a variety of roles, including coach, trainer, and observer and is essential to making Jumpstart a high quality program. The Jumpstart team leader position is open to Jumpstart Corps members and alumni who have completed at least one year of service. In some cases, it is also open to undergraduate or graduate students who have early childhood education backgrounds and can serve in a team leader role. This position serves vulnerable populations, i.e. preschool children.
College Work Study: Service Desk Lab Assistant - Computer Information Services New York
The Teachers College Computer Information Services is seeking a Service Desk Lab Assistant that will assist with supporting students, faculty and staff desktop computer users. The candidate should have a strong commitment to high-quality customer service and solid work ethic.
Lab Assistant BAPS 511140 New York
Lab assistants working on the BAPS, a grant funded project to develop a phonological awareness assessment for bilingual children, will be responsible for the following: Data collection which involves testing children individually in their preschools and completing questionnaires with families Assisting with entry of data into databases Assisting with preparation for data collection Other duties as assigned.
Graduate Assistant New York
EdLab at the Gottesman Libraries is seeking Graduate Research Assistants in all areas. Graduate Assistants will bring the perspectives of their fields of study to the work of the library.
Department Associate New York
The Department of Organization & Leadership is seeking a Department Associate. This is a non-student, part time professional position that reports directly to the Director of Academic Administration (DAA).
College Work Study BBS Department-111701--Working with Professor Lori Quinn New York
Work Study BBS Department--Working with Professor Lori Quinn
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. Responsibilities: • Contribute to the development of a research design for the project (10%) • Take responsibility for data collection and analysis tasks, including site visits, interviews, surveys, and administrative data (40%). • Contribute to written reports and presentations for dissemination to multiple audiences (25%). • Research literature and data relevant to project topics (15%) • Participate in project planning and discussion meetings (10%) Minimum Qualifications: • Experience collecting and working with qualitative and quantitative data • Understanding of secondary and postsecondary education issues • Ability to work in culturally diverse environments. • Detail-oriented and high standards for work quality. • Enrollment in, or completion of a Masters degree program, in a related discipline. • Availability to travel to conduct field research 1-3 weeks per year. Preferred Qualifications:. • Experience with the analysis of quantitative data. • Knowledge of high school and college research. • Strong communication skills.

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