Opening: Senior Researcher at SRI

The Center for Technology in Learning (CTL) at SRI is seeking a new Senior Researcher in Science Education. The Senior Researcher will be expected to lead large, high-impact projects and to manage a portfolio of development, innovation and research projects that advance science education. The successful candidate will see this position as an opportunity to address important issues in science teaching, learning and education policy as schools and classrooms focus increasingly on digital learning, the Next Generation Science Standards, engineering, and computer science. To view the full announcement or apply, please visit our web page:

Senior Researcher Science Ed CTL 2014

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