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Science Educator, IMD High School Science

BSCS Science Learning

BSCS Science Learning (BSCS) has an immediate opening for an individual with expertise in developing instructional materials for the Next Generation Science Standards. We are looking for someone to join a project that is developing a high school physics course. We seek a motivated, creative individual who shares our mission of transforming science education and our commitment to equity and social justice.

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To Apply: Applicants should email the following items to careers@bscs.org. Please put “Science Educator, HS IMD” in the subject line. 1. Resume or curriculum vitae. 2. Educational Statement (1-2 pages) that describes (1) relevant prior experiences in instructional materials development and teaching; (2) your views about science teaching and learning and how they have been shaped by your educational, personal, and/or professional experiences. 3. Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Statement (1-2 pages) that describes (1) relevant prior experience responding to the interests, social identities, and obstacles to learning faced by marginalized populations, and (2) your views about equity, inclusion, and social justice in science education and how they have been shaped by your educational, personal, and/or professional experiences. 4. Instructional materials sample. Please include a sample of instructional materials on which you were the lead writer or a significant co-writer. If possible, include both teacher and student materials. Please limit the sample to 25 pages. 5. Cover letter. In your cover letter, please describe your interest in the position and whether you desire to work locally in Colorado Springs or remotely. We will begin reviewing applications on December 18, 2020 and will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.

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Doctoral Students

University of Central Florida

We will be interviewing potential doc students in Ex Ed in early December with the potential to start as early as January 2021.We are looking for science/ technology people. This is a fully funded doctoral program.

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Dr. Matthew Marino Matthew.Marino@ucf.edu

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Science Educator, IMD with focus on Equity and Social Justice

BSCS Science Learning

BSCS Science Learning is creating instructional materials for the Next Generation Science Standards that advance social and environmental justice through culturally sustaining, equitable, and inclusive approaches to teaching and learning. We have an immediate opening for a science educator to participate in this work. We seek a motivated, creative individual who shares our mission of improving science teaching and learning through research-driven innovation. Applicants should have expertise in the development of instructional materials and in educational practices that are equitable and inclusive of students from marginalized populations.

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https://bscs.org/connect/employment-opportunities/ To Apply: Applicants should send the following items to careers@bscs.org. Please put “Science Educator, Equity Focus” in the subject line. 1. Resume or curriculum vitae. 2. Educational Statement (1-2 pages) that describes (1) relevant prior experiences in instructional materials development and teaching; (2) your views about teaching and learning in science education and how they have been shaped by your educational, personal, and/or professional experiences. 3. Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Statement (1-2 pages) that describes (1) relevant prior experience responding to the interests, social identities, and obstacles to learning faced by marginalized populations, and (2) your views about equity, inclusion, and social justice in science education and how they have been shaped by your educational, personal, and/or professional experiences. 4. Instructional materials sample. Please include a sample of instructional materials on which you were the lead author or a significant co-author. If possible, include both teacher and student materials. Please limit the sample to 25 pages. 5. Cover letter. In your cover letter, please indicate the following: (1) why you are interested in this position at BSCS science learning; (2) what grade levels and disciplines you feel qualified to develop instructional materials for; and (3) whether you desire to work locally in Colorado Springs or remotely. We will begin reviewing applications on November 30, 2020 and will continue to accept and review applications until the position is filled.

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Assistant Teaching Professor – Science Education

Florida International University

The Department of Teaching and Learning in the College of Arts, Sciences and Education at Florida International University, invites applications for a twelve-month, full-time, non-tenure-track Assistant Teaching Professor position in Science Education for an anticipated start date of Fall 2021. Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate courses in Elementary Science Education as part of the Early Childhood and Elementary Education programs. Specifically, teach four courses in the Department of Teaching and Learning during Fall and Spring semesters and three courses during the Summer term. Contribute to the Department, College, and University through service and committee involvement. Other responsibilities are detailed in the attached full job description. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply to Job Opening ID 522359 at facultycareers.fiu.edu and attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and commitment to diversity statement as a single pdf file.

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Please send all inquiries to the search chair, Dr. Emily Dare, at edare@fiu.edu.

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Postdoctoral Researcher

Educational Testing Service

Educational Testing Service (ETS) is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to contribute to a multi-year study focused on developing a suite of practice-based activities for synchronous and asynchronous integration within online and face-to-face elementary and secondary mathematics and science education courses to help preservice teachers learn how to facilitate argumentation-focused discussions. The overall research project is a collaboration between multiple partners at ETS, Indiana University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Towson University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A short description of this NSF project can be found at: http://cadrek12.org/projects/online-practice-suite-practice-spaces-simulations-and-virtual-reality-environments. Interested applicants should apply at: Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position for National Science Foundation Research Study in Mathematics and Science Teacher Education