The Science Learning Research Group in the Teaching & Learning Department, Temple University, is seeking a student to join our doctoral program and to assist on an NSF-funded project under the supervision of Drs. Doug Lombardi and Janelle Bailey.

This is a 4-year NSF-funded project entitled “Engaging Students in Scientific Practices: Evaluating Evidence and Explanation in Secondary Earth and Space Science.” The graduate research assistant would be funded for four years, and will help the research team in developing and testing innovative scaffolds for high school Earth and environmental science instruction.

The graduate research assistant would be a student in Temple’s interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Education, with a Concentration in Mathematics and Science Education. To find out more about the program, including how to apply, please click on the following link:

All applicants interested in this fully-funded position should specify in their submitted Statement of Goals that they are interested in being a doctoral student on this project and working specifically with Drs. Lombardi and Bailey.

Please note that applications are due December 1, 2017.

For more information regarding the project and the assistantship, and/or the application procedures, please contact Doug Lombardi at [log in to unmask].