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Educational Research Scientist
The Educational Research Scientist will drive efforts to leverage data and systems-thinking to help ensure that the Harvard University math department is developing students’ quantitative toolkit to take on challenges in their field of study. This role will work closely with faculty teaching introductory courses to design research studies documenting the success of introductory courses, find areas for improvements, and support the dissemination of effective innovations to help catalyze change in mathematics education at a national level.
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EHR Core Research: Building Capacity in STEM Education Research (ECR: BCSER)
The EHR Core Research: Building Capacity in STEM Education Research (ECR: BCSER) program of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) announces a partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Schmidt Futures, and the Walton Family Foundation to support and develop investigators' capacity to leverage emerging technologies such as data science to generate foundational knowledge for equitable STEM education, with particular interest at the K-12 level. This partnership will support institutes to build the skills of diverse cohorts of researchers as well as professional development activities for individual researchers.
Transforming Education Survey
NetApp is partnering with the World’s Largest Lesson (WLL) as its Goal 4 Impact Partner. Together with WLL and their partnership with UNICEF and UNESCO, they are empowering students globally to realize the power of data as they become advocates for quality education. The campaign is offering the first ever global, playful survey that allows students (ages 10 – 18) to share their views and ideas for education.
NetApp, WLL, UNESCO and UNICEF
Experiential Learning for Emerging and Novel Technologies (ExLENT)
Through this new initiative, the Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) and the newly established Directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships (TIP) seek to support experiential learning opportunities for individuals from diverse professional and educational backgrounds that will increase access to, and interest in, career pathways in emerging technology fields (e.g., advanced manufacturing, advanced wireless, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, quantum information science, semiconductors, and microelectronics)
IES Grant Competition: E-TRIALS
Have you ever wanted to run an experiment to improve math learning with thousands of K12 students, but did not have the money or resources? Good news! IES is giving away 10 grants, each for $400,000, to support such efforts!
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