This position coordinates the work and research of the RALLY for STEM Robert Noyce Teaching Fellows Program, which has recruited and trained, and is now providing 3 years of follow-up professional development support to two cohorts of mathematics and science teachers. This position is focused primarily on research and teaching within the context of this project. The successful applicant will assist in tracking data on the two cohorts of Fellows; planning program events and meetings; managing grant funds; administrative tasks; data collection and analysis; and contribute to the preparation of research manuscripts and presentations. The position is contingent on grant funds and can be funded for up to 3 years and may include some weekend or after hours work or travel.
Primary Responsibilities Include: -Collaborates with university entities and community and outside federal and private agencies to accomplish project goals -Participates in research related to project goals to include qualitative and quantitative data collection, analysis and the preparation of research manuscripts and presentations. There are opportunities for the candidate to pursue their own research goals within the project. -Participating in weekly research meetings on analysis and discussion of data, and taking lead and supportive roles in the production of publications, and dissemination of materials as well as development of proposals to extend research. -Collaborates on planning for Fellows' PD, teaching and co-teach professional development courses and summer workshops for Fellows; -Supports Fellows in conducting action research and preparing presentations for professional teacher organizations
Salary is commensurate with experience.
There are opportunities for the position to be performed remotely.
Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. The Patton College community fosters a sense of respect and inclusion. Through educational experiences and the climate in our college, we promote increased awareness, acceptance, knowledge, and understanding of all facets of human diversity. We are committed to the recruitment, retention, and success of students, staff, and faculty who are representative of our increasingly diverse global community. Our goal is to prepare leader-educators, practitioners, and human service professionals to serve society responsibly as change agents in meeting diverse human and social needs.
Ph.D. in Math or Science Education or related field
Grant management, research experience and K12 teaching experience
Planning Unit: Patton College of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Allyson Hallman-Thrasher; firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment Type: full-time term
Pay is commensurate with experience and credentials. Employees also enjoy a generous benefits package including, but not limited to, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement benefits, paid time off, and access to professional development programs. More detailed plan information can be found at: https://www.ohio.edu/hr/benefits
Internal Number: 36906
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