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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