Spring 2020 Research Assistant for the Early Math Learning Project

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Interested in how to optimize children’s motivation and achievement in school?

Focus: We are interested in how children develop math skills in the early elementary school years as well as the role parents play in this process. Undergraduates with demonstrated ability will gain valuable hands-on experience conducting research sessions with parents and their children.

Desired Traits: We are looking for organized, detail-oriented students with a professional attitude and excellent people skills. Students from all majors are welcome to apply. Participants in our study will be scheduled between 3pm and 8pm Monday-Friday, so successful applicants must have availability within those hours. Must be willing to commit at least 9 hours a week to the lab for the first semester. PSYCH 290 credit is available*

Interested? Please go to http://pomerantzlab.web.illinois.edu/joinus.html for a copy of the application. Then, send the completed application and resume to psych-cpcs@illinois.edu, or drop it off in the mailbox “NATOF,T” on the 3rd floor of the Psychology Building.

*Please do not register for PSYCH 290 unless you receive explicit notification of acceptance from our lab.

Audience

Undergraduate

Course Credit

PSYCH 290

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