Summer Job Opportunity with iD Tech
Looking for a fun summer job that allows you to build your professional resume while sharing your passion for technology? iD Tech is looking to hire over 1,600+ staff from across the world to show students, ages 7 to 18, firsthand how their interests in technology can turn into fun learning experiences.
We’re looking for energetic, tech-savvy, summer staff who understand the need for quality technology education for students. So why not spend your summer instructing, mentoring, and building your résumé in one of our amazing programs?
We are hiring both:
- Camp Directors (NO Tech Experience Needed! Perfect for future Educators/Leaders)
- Camp Instructors (Majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, Game Development, or Media Arts)
Staff members receive competitive compensation, housing (overnight staff only), meals, custom built apps supporting operations and curriculum, college internship credit (if applicable), performance management training, guidance from our experienced team of managers, and more.
Take the first step to a great summer! APPLY TODAY!
For more information, please contact:
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The Science of Learning Lab investigates how children and adults learn and reason using both qualitative and quantitative methods, in the lab and in real classrooms. Some of the research questions our assistants help us answer include:
How do parents shape children's complex reasoning skills?
We bring young children and their parents into the lab to observe how they talk to each other during cooperative reasoning tasks, and relate these interactions to children's independent reasoning.
How can we promote children's complex reasoning skills?
We bring young children into the lab and vary aspects of the task and environment to explore their effects on children's reasoning behavior.
Why are some students better able to learn from classroom instruction than others? How can we improve classroom instruction to benefit all learners?
We administer high quality video lessons to children in classrooms to see who learns best, to understand how to support all students in gaining the most from every lesson, and to understand what aspects of the lessons are most helpful to students.
What do teachers think are the best methods of instruction? How can we best communicate effective strategies to teachers?
We interview teachers to explore their intuitions about various instructional techniques, in particular those that prior research has shown to be effective in producing high-quality learning.
The Orange County Department of Education is seeking volunteers for their 2020 Competition Season!
Each year, Orange County Academic Decathlon relies on the kindness of over 200 community members volunteering their time and talent to positively impact local students as an Interview/Speech Judges and Test Room/Super Quiz proctors.
Please help them continue this tradition of excellence by volunteering for their 2020 competition.
Below, are the two links to register to volunteer. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Stephanie Thomas at SThomas@ocde.us.
Day 1, January 25, 2020- Interview or Speech Judge: https://day1ocad2020.eventbrite.com
Day 2, February 1, 2020- Test or Super Quiz Proctor: https://day2ocad2020.eventbrite.com
Are you interested in inspiring the next generation of scientists? You can earn two units credit for designing and administering a Science Olympiad event to middle or high school students at the annual Science Olympiad held here at UCI. The course has short weekly assignments and will meet just 3 times during the quarter. Take a look at the flyer below for more information.
Research Opportunity with the ISI Lab
The Individualizing Student Instruction Lab under the direction of Dr. Carol Connor is seeking undergraduate students starting this fall who can assist with the Optimizing Learning Opportunities for Students (OLOS) project. Primary responsibilities will include assessing children's language, literacy and math skills, videotaping classroom observations in local schools, and data entry. Other lab tasks may include filing and organizing materials and assessments. Applicants must have strong organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal skills. All student workers will also be required to complete an online human subjects training course prior to beginning work.
Must have availability starting the fall quarter of at least 1 full day a week (8AM-4PM) and/or two days with morning availability or afternoon availability (7AM-12PM or 12-5PM). Must also have reliable transportation and immunizations up to date. A minimum of a year commitment is also required.
Hours: 10 hours per week; 4 units.
If interested, please contact Belinda Hernandez (firstname.lastname@example.org) along with your resume/CV as well as your fall schedule/availability.
For more information on the OLOS project, please visit our website: http://isilearn.net/olos/
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Hello! Welcome our Announcements & Opportunities blog for Education Anteaters! Here you'll find announcements from the Student Affairs office, as well as info on events, workshops, field study and research opportunities, both in Education and campuswide.