Tuesday (half-day) to Sunday (5.5 working days)
10 am to 7 pm (with 1-hour lunchtime)
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About the role
Telebort is looking for individuals who are driven in developing their skills in academic research. Topics that you will be working on include but are not limited to the engagement of students, teacher’s training and development as well as uncovering the social impact of Telebort using empirical data. To be successful in this role you will have a strong academic background in empirical research. Excellent writing and research skills are essential.
You will play an important role in
Monitor and track the progress of various school/lab projects.
Developing and editing case study worksheets, study questions, and other knowledge-enhancing resources and teaching tools.
Carry out data collection, data analyses, and final report writing.
Gain a deep understanding of Telebort’s curriculum road maps, lesson plans, teacher handouts, and learning material for students (e.g., student handouts, sample projects, notes, quizzes).
Participate in Telebort’s community events to understand the needs of stakeholders (e.g., parent, student, teacher, and learning center).
Do extra reading in relevant subject matters (e.g., Computer science, Scratch, MIT App Inventor 2, Web design, Python, etc.).
To be successful in this role, you will need to have
You have an academic background in the Education/ Psychology/ Statistics/ Social Sciences related field.
You have past teaching experience or love teaching and are eager to shape the skills and minds of our next generation.
You are fluent in English and are good at communicating your ideas.
You want to contribute positive impacts to society using your skills and knowledge.
You can work well with multiple and challenging projects at one time.
You can work flexible hours.
Having the entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to thrive in volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA) environment.
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