In order to better understand differences between education systems’ performance, background information on non-cognitive variables such as instructional practices or students’ motivation for mathematics and science; the journal of Studies in Educational Evaluation has launched a call for papers for a special issue on TIMSS.
William James College Institutional Research is seeking a Research Data Analyst (RDA) to assist in the gathering, analysis, and reporting of institutional data. This position will report to the Director for Research.
BSCS Science Learning is an independent, nonprofit organization that develops, studies, and disseminates powerful approaches to science education. They havev an opening for a full-time research scientist to conduct research on teacher professional
Applications are invited for a Post-doctoral Fellow in Teacher Education (2 posts) for Academy for Leadership in Teacher Education (ALiTE) in the Faculty of Education; to commence on September 1, 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter, on a two-ye
Applications are invited for the post of Associate Professor of Educational Assessment to be based at the Department of Education, Norham Gardens, Oxford. The University wishes to appoint a candidate whose main research and teaching experience is in the area of educational assessment. The main responsibilities will be:
The Baltimore Country Public Schools is seeking a Specialist Researcher to support the Coordinator of Program Evaluation and the Director of Research in executing the activities of the Office of Research to ensure that the department supports and achieves system-wide goals and priorities.
The Department of Psychology at the University of Chicago seeks a postdoctoral researcher to work on a new project focused on the relation between parents’ and children’s attitudes about mathematics. The postdoctoral researcher will work directly with the institutional principal investigators on research that is aimed at understanding intergenerational relationships in attitudes toward math, and how these attitudes are conveyed.
Measurement Instruments for the Social Sciences is launching a special issue on The Use of Test Scores in Secondary Analysis in order to promote an inter-disciplinary dialogue between scholars who design the psychometric models used to estimate latent skills and researchers that use these data to investigate policy-relevant questions related to skills formation, skill utilization and returns to skill.