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Evaluating an Enhanced Curriculum for Improving Children’s Self-Regulation

Our team will be evaluating the newly updated High/Scope curriculum with preschoolers in Detroit to help us understand how the curriculum might support children to develop self-regulation skills. We will also collect teacher and parent data.

The Early Literacy and Language Investigations (ELLI) lab is looking for Research Assistants to be trained to conduct a variety of assessments with 4-5 year olds and complete other research duties in our lab. Research assistants will (1) receive training in and conduct assessments with young children, (2) assist with data entry, data scoring, and analysis, (3) learn about exciting research in child development through literature review, and (4) have the opportunity to use data for their own research projects.

Students may earn credit or pay for this position.

Please visit the ELLI lab’s website for additional information: http://www.ellilab.com/

Qualifications

•GPA of 3.2 or higher

•Able to work as part of a team

•Experience working with children

•Be dependable and consistent

•Able to make a one-year commitment as a research assistant

•Able to commit to working 5-10 hours per week, with at least 1 day/week of full-day availability (until 3pm)

•Preference for those who have reliable transportation (travel expenses will be reimbursed)

Project Coordinator

Kyla McRoy ( mcroykyl )
Posted: 19-03-06
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Compensation: 1 Credits
Start Date: 19-03-06
End Date: 19-06-01

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