The National Institute of Education invites suitable applications for the position of Student Assistant on a temporary contract for 200 hours per semester at the Office of Education Research.
NTU Collaborative Online International Learning (NTU COIL) Grant – Applications of Educational Neuroscience
The NTU COIL – Applications of Educational Neuroscience is a collaborative teaching initiative between the National Institute of Education in Singapore (NIE) and the Adolfo Ibanez University (AIU) in Chile. Next semester, this initiative will allow local and Chilean undergraduate students to attend a blended course with synchronous components and engage with cross-cultural learning environments. Several technology and pedagogical-mediated practices will be implemented throughout this course. This project’s outcomes have potential to inform the NTU/NIE-UAI partnership and beyond on best practices to implement blended cross-cultural synchronous learning.
Academic qualification: undergraduate degree student or graduate student
Work experience: some work experience in research. Experience with literature reviews and survey implementation is preferable
Desirable skills and attributes: have good communication skills and organizational skills, have good interpersonal skills, be a good team-player, be proactive and able to work independently
To support with course preparation, implementation, and wrap up by organizing and creating course materials (such as design of coding systems, surveys, and interview protocols), conducting simple data analysis, and writing reports and other dissemination documents.
Target contract start and end date – July – Dec. 2023
Time Type – 200 hours total, flexible schedule
Location – NIE5-03-57E
Applicants should send their CVs and a letter of interest in the position to Dr. Astrid Schmied (firstname.lastname@example.org). Selected applicants will be invited to a job interview.