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Assessment Evaluator

The WW Graduate School of Teaching and Learning
The Woodrow Wilson Graduate School, in collaboration with MIT, is transforming the existing model of teacher education through a competency-based program that shifts the current focus of education from how long candidates must be taught to what they have learned and can do. It changes the emphasis in education from common, time-fixed processes—credits that must be accumulated, courses that must be completed and lengths of time students must spend in college classes—to common, time-flexible outcomes: the skills and knowledge necessary to be a successful teacher or school leader on day one.

The Academy’s program has three components: 1) a set of outcomes or competencies that all candidates must attain in order to earn a degree; 2) a challenge-based curriculum tied to these competencies; 3) assessment tools designed to determine candidate mastery. Teacher candidates progress through the curriculum by mastering competencies and graduate when they can demonstrate all of them. Teachers experience the challenge-based curriculum—based on real problems of practice that new teachers face—through in face-to-face meetings at the Graduate School and in clinical placements in schools.

Position Overview
The assessment evaluator examines teacher candidates’ work for evidence of competency and provides observation and feedback based on existing rubrics. Compensated training is provided.

Work Hours
The hours for this position will average approximately 5-7 hours weekly but may vary from week to week. All work can be performed remotely.

Qualifications and Compensation
Candidates should have experience with scoring or rating assessments and understand the use of rubrics. A strong background in Biology, Chemistry, or Mathematics and/or K-12 teaching is strongly preferred.  The Academy will offer hourly compensation.

To apply
Candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to Catherine Kinyua (kinyua@wwgradschoo.org). Please title the email “Assessment evaluator position.”

Selected candidates must pass a pre-employment background investigation to be hired for this position.

Communications Intern

The WW Graduate School, an innovative graduate school of education developed in collaboration with MIT, is seeking a part-time paid Communications Intern to help tell its stories. Located in Cambridge, the Graduate School is reinventing the way that teachers are prepared, ensuring that educators have the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

The Communications Intern will be responsible for capturing the day-to-day life of the students, faculty, and staff who make up the Graduate School’s vibrant community. The intern will help manage an editorial and social media calendar and write stories and posts for the Graduate School’s digital communications.

Responsibilities include:

  • Managing editorial and social media calendars
  • Pitching and writing web posts
  • Curating relevant articles to post to Facebook and Twitter accounts
  • Working with students and staff to capture stories

We’re seeking a team member who has:

  • Availability to work 5-10 hours a week in Cambridge, MA (some remote hours possible)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • An enterprising work ethic
  • Experience with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media platforms
  • Basic photography skills
  • Access to a laptop
  • An interest in brand communications and storytelling. Current majors in journalism or public relations/affairs preferred.

This is a paid, hourly position open to current college students. Candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to Catherine Kinyua (kinyua@wwgradschool.org). Please title the email “Communications Intern.”

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

At the WW Graduate School, we celebrate and support difference for the benefit of colleagues, teacher candidates, and the students they serve. The Graduate School is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. The WW Graduate School considers all qualified applications for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Graduates of the WW Graduate School earn an M.Ed. and are recommended for teacher licensure. You’ll be placed in a real classroom while you complete coursework personalized to what you know and can do.

Change teaching. Change learning. Change the world.

The WW Graduate School looks for the best and brightest STEM graduates and professionals to enter the teaching profession. Applications received by the priority deadlines indicated below will be given full consideration for admissions and all sources of WW Graduate School financial aid. Applications received after these deadlines will still be considered on the basis of space and funds available.

The admission deadline is March 2, 2020.
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