This is a full-time Postdoctoral Associate position in bilingual computer science education research.
The NSF-funded Participating in Literacies and Computer Science project seeks a postdoc for one year beginning Fall 2020 under the direction of Dr. Christopher Hoadley. The project, which explores translanguaging pedagogy in K-12 computer science education, is a research-practice partnership between NYU, CUNY, and the New York City Department of Education, and conducts research on bilingual learners, supports novel curriculum development for CS infused units in bilingual middle schools, and partners with the DOE to produce high quality teacher professional development.
Responsibilities of the position include participating in project research and administration. The position does not include teaching responsibilities at the university. Professional development opportunities will be incorporated into the position, including career and grant writing mentorship.
The position is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.
Desired qualifications for the position include:
- prior work with translanguaging pedagogy - fluency in Spanish - evidence of leadership and organizational skills - prior publications in areas relevant to the project - prior experience with curriculum development in computer science education - previously passing the NYC DOE security clearance review
Please submit your application directly via Interfolio.
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