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Postdoctoral Fellow - Computational Modeling in K-12 Science Classrooms New York
Paulo Blikstein's Transformative Learning Technologies Laboratory (TLTL) at Columbia University, together with Michelle Wilkerson’s CoRE Lab at UC Berkeley, Aditi Wagh at MIT, and Engin Bumbacher at the Teacher University Vaud (Switzerland) are currently looking for a Postdoctoral Associate to join our team on a DRK-12 NSF grant titled: 'From Access to Sustainability: Investigating Ways to Foster Sustainable Use of Computational Modeling in K-12 Science Classrooms' This research and design project will investigate how computational modeling can be made a sustainable educational practice across middle school classrooms. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research, develop skills for future faculty positions, and participate in the vibrant research community of Columbia, Berkeley, and MIT, as well as working with international partners in Switzerland, Thailand, and Brazil.
SPA NYC Technology Assistant New York
The Summer Principals- New York City are seeking part-time Technology Assistants to support technology and program related issues. This role is of critical importance to ensure the success of a seamless learning environment for online students. It is mandatory that this person reports each day promptly in-person to make sure that the technology needed for the online component is set-up prior to each course. This person must have strong working knowledge of technology and will act as technical support related to the College's online learning management system for online, hybrid, and web-augmented courses. This person must also have excellent oral / written communication skills and can create concise, professional content.
Administrative Fellow: Employer Events New York
The TC NEXT Administrative Fellow: Employer Events reports to TC NEXT’s Associate Director of Employer Relations (ER) and will provide detailed, thorough, efficient support in planning, coordinating, and executing employer events accessible to Teachers College students and alumni. The TC NEXT Administrative Fellow: Employer Events is responsible for providing administrative support, employer coordination, and event management support throughout the academic year.
Managing Editor New York
Teachers College Press, a specialized scholarly publisher seeks Managing Editor for print and digital products.
Social Media Coordinator - ARAD New York
The Arts Administration program is seeking a creative, self-motivated student to take over the reigns on our social media platforms (preference for Arts Administration students).
Graduate Assistant -- Early Childhood Assistant Teacher Fall 2021-Spring 2022 New York
THE RITA GOLD EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER seeks an experienced graduate student for the 2021-22 academic year to be a part-time Assistant Teacher in a play-based educational program with an emergent curriculum serving infants, toddlers or preschoolers. Candidate must be a Teachers College student with at least one year of experience working directly with young children, preferably in a classroom setting.
Office Associate New York
The Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services (DHCEPS) is the in-house training setting for graduate students in the clinical, counseling, school psychology, reading specialist, and special education departments. The DHCEPS is a community-oriented setting that provides affordable psychological & psycho-educational assessments, individual & family psychotherapy, vocational & career counseling and reading remediation to community members from the greater New York City. The College Work Study person will work with the secretary and Associate Director to ensure smooth operation of the main office and testing library at DHCEPS. The staff will perform clerical duties including, but not limit to, deal with internal and external correspondence, set up and maintain filing systems, coordinate fee adjustment procedure and update information in the computer database program. The position will be supervised by the Associate Director. DHCEPS generally operates Monday to Thursday 9am to 9pm, Friday to Sunday 9am to 5pm during academic year. This is a temporary position lasting 6 weeks. Hours of work will be 9am-5pm on Thursdays and Fridays.
Assistant Vice President Budget and Planning New York
Reporting to the Vice President of Finance and Operations, the Assistant Vice President for Budget and Planning (AVP) leads the College’s Budget, Purchasing and Business Services Offices.
Interim Professional Development Facilitator New York
The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) at Teachers College, Columbia University is hiring an Interim Professional Development Facilitator to support the Center’s domestic professional development projects.
Part Time Production Operations Assistant New York
The Part Time Production Operations Assistant is responsible for implementing plans, organizing and producing events within the Teacher’s College Learning Theater. The ideal candidate has an in-depth understanding of the full life cycle of event creation, technical skills in event management with acute attention to detail and process. To be successful in this position, the candidate must be able to work closely with faculty, students and administrators to ensure the viability and operability of Learning Theater programming both online in person.
College Work Study - Dean Hope Center New York
The Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services is the training clinic for graduate students from the clinical, counseling, school psychology, and reading programs. The work-study will assist graduate students and clients from the community coming to receive services at the center.
Library Associate New York
The Gottesman Libraries is seeking Associates to help the Teachers College community become familiar with library resources and services. We are particularly interested in applicants who are strongly committed to meeting the research and information needs of students, faculty, and staff, and who wish to gain library expertise through ongoing work and special projects with staff. Candidates should demonstrate an interest in teaching and learning with technology, and are comfortable in adapting to evolving library and educational needs. Associates work in all aspects of library operations, including reference, circulation, cataloging, interlibrary loan, technology maintenance and support, digitization, instruction, and outreach. Projects may include shelf reading, weeding, and shifting; design, displays, and exhibits; inventory, scanning, and archiving; copy cataloging; and writing and online publishing. Associates may participate in activities related to their areas of study, such as children’s literature and K-12 curriculum. The library offers a collegial professional environment, with opportunities for library learning in tune with the campus community.
Hollingworth Science Camp Co-Head Teacher New York
Shared responsibility between co-heads for all aspects of teaching a group of elementary-aged children for the duration of the camp
Hollingworth Science Camp Head Teacher New York
Full responsibility for all aspects of teaching a group of elementary-aged children for the duration of the camp
Hollingworth Science Camp Assistant Teacher New York
Assist head teacher(s) with all aspects of teaching in a camp classroom for elementary-aged children. Teach in a camp classroom as an integral member of a team including head teacher(s) and assistant teachers.

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