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Tuva is moving the ball forward on the teaching, learning, and assessment of data literacy and building the next generation of data literate, global citizens of the world. To learn more or get started with Tuva, visit tuvalabs.com.
As a Science Education Specialist, your responsibilities include but aren’t limited to:
- Leading the design, development, and curation of science-related activities, lessons, datasets, and other instructional resources that support Next Generation Science Standards, taking into account learning strategies and best practices to address diverse abilities and backgrounds.
- Working closely with content, production, and assessment specialists on our team to create high quality, meaningful, inquiry-based tasks, activities, lessons, and projects that are aligned with NGSS.
- Creating or finding open-source teaching resources and adapt them for use by participating teachers, grades 3 through 12. Materials might include investigations, inquiry-based learning activities, videos, simulations, datasets, or other resources that help science educators successfully engage students with NGSS.
- Engaging meaningfully with our community of science educators to successfully incorporate Tuva and NGSS-aligned materials into their instructional practice.
- Initiating and fostering partnerships with academic institutions, research organizations, museums, and other science education and community groups to help educators teach and students learn foundational data literacy concepts and skills using Tuva.
- Have a BS, MS, PhD, or Ed.M in Science Education or a graduate degree in a science field with equivalent experience in education training.
- Have a strong background in Life Science, Physical Science, or Earth Science content.
- Are familiar with the Next Generation Science Standards and research-based best teaching practices.
- Have 3-5 years of successful classroom experience teaching science and/or mathematics at the middle school or high school level.
- Demonstrate ability to create cross-disciplinary curriculum or instructional activities that integrate concepts and skills from a variety of subject areas and topics.
- Have a strong understanding and knowledge of foundational statistics and data analysis skills and concepts.
- Communicate clearly and effectively with team members, customers, and partners across the Tuva ecosystem.
- Are passionate about online learning and empowering educators to create powerful, memorable learning experiences for their students.