Spring 2020 Coding Position 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. Undergraduates will help us code video/audio recordings of parents or parent-child interactions around math.

Your contribution: We are looking for motivated students who are meticulous, organized, and thoughtful. Ability to work in the lab longer than one semester is a big plus! Must be willing to commit at least 9 hours a week to the lab for the first semester. PSYC 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.



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