Friday, October 25, 2019

Job at ANU Producing Flipped Materials for Schools

The Australian National University has advertised for a MeriSTEM Project Officer, to coordinate the development of flipped classroom earth Sciences materials, for secondary schools, as part of the ANU Modular Educational Resources in STEM project.
"The MeriSTEM Project within the Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES) aims to develop and disseminate flipped classroom materials, through the Open edX platform, to support secondary education. Through this project, the University supports secondary teachers to improve their classes. It engages current and future students by providing them with direct instruction by top quality teachers, and best-practice learning materials. Following the successful development of Year 11 and 12 Physics flipped classroom materials, the MeriSTEM program is now seeking to grow its reach and further improve senior secondary student learning outcomes. This position, in collaboration with the RSES Associate Director Education, coordinates the development of the Earth and Environmental Science stream of MeriSTEM. This is a varied role that is responsible for managing all aspects of this project. This includes reviewing and contributing to the development of online modules, managing the day-to-day operations of the platform, seeking additional funding, and helping grow and improve the range of materials provided. "

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