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Position Job Description

Lego Robotics Instructor

(Fall 2011)

Description:  

Teaches students grades 3 - 8 principles of Robotics using the LEGO Mindstorms Robotics Kit during week long, half day summer camps.


Tasks Covered:

  • Helps build enthusiasm among students in science and technology with robotics as a vehicle.
  • Teach students the principles of building structurally sound robots using LEGO blocks.
  • Explain clearly the functions of power source, sensors, motors and structural members of a robot.
  • Teach the basics of how to program a robot using the LEGO Mindstorms programming interface.
  • Notes observations on student progress and prepares evaluations.

Qualifications:

2 or 4 year degree in liberal arts/sciences/engineering, and/or relevant experience teaching robotics in the context of competitions or camp like setting.  Must possess working knowledge of robotics, problem solving skills, and fluency of logic needed for simple computer programming.  Must be comfortable using technology (notebooks/ tablets) in a classroom setting.  Teaching experience or certificate preferred but not required.


 

Mathematics Intern

(Fall 2011)

Description:  

Helps with teaching mathematics to kids of elementary school age, using laptop computers/tablet PCs as the main medium of instruction.  Follows the lead of the main teacher/instructor in helping with the classroom activities or assignments.  Helps students as needed with their class work.  


 

Tasks Covered:

  • Assist the main instructor with math lessons.
  • Assist students with technology used in delivering these lessons.
  • Assist students with their lessons/assignments on the computers as needed.
  • Notes observations on student progress and feeds back to the instructor.
  • Helps instructors supervise students during free time or break time.
  •     Provides a secure and nurturing environment for the student.  

Qualifications:

Upper class high school student with AP/IB Calculus enrollment or completion, or college student pursuing a 2 or 4 year degree in liberal arts/sciences/engineering.  Must possess conceptual knowledge, problem solving skills, and fluency of computation in mathematics.  Must be comfortable using technology (notebooks/ tablets) in a classroom setting.  Must be proficient in doing as well as teaching math to elementary school kids.  Teaching experience or certificate preferred but not required.


 Chess Intern

(Fall 2011)

Description:  

Helps with teaching  chess to kids of elementary school age, using laptop computers/tablet PCs as the main medium of instruction.  Follows the lead of the main teacher/instructor in helping with the classroom activities or assignments.  Helps students as needed with their class work.  

 


Tasks Covered:
  • Assist the main instructor with  chess lessons.
  • Assist students with technology used in delivering these lessons.
  • Assist students with their lessons/assignments on the computers as needed.
  • Notes observations on student progress and feeds back to the instructor.
  • Provides a secure and nurturning environment for the student. 
  • Helps instructors supervise students during free time or break time.
  • Helps instructor run chess tournaments on a periodic basis. 

 Qualifications

Upper class high school student with AP/IB courses, or college student pursuing a 2 or 4 year degree in liberal arts/science/engineering track.  Must possess conceptual knowledge, problem solving skills, and fluency of computation in mathematics.  Advanced knowledge of chess as a game required, extensive tournament chess experience a plus.  Must have a USCF or NWSRS chess tournament rating.  Must be comfortable using technology (notebooks/ tablets) in a classroom setting. Must be proficient in doing math as well as teaching math and/or chess to elementary school age kids.  Teaching experience or certificate is preferred but not required.

Intern for homework help

(Fall 2011)

Description:  

Helps K-5 elementary school children with their homework as part of an after school program.  Covers up to four different groups of about 20 students each.  Topics covered include English Reading, English Writing, Elementary School Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.  Helps with organizing the work, completing assignments, and any assistance needed in understanding the material.  


 

Tasks Covered:

  • Organizing students to transition in and out of their classes.
  • Take attendance and note down tardies and absences.
  • Make students comfortable in the homework help section.
  • Help students organize their assigned homework in a priority order.
  • Help students with the academic portion of the work when needed.
  • Document observations on each student so that other instructors may help when necessary.
  • Providing productive tasks to students when there is no assigned homework.
  • Provide a secure and nurturing environment for the student.

Qualifications:  

Upper class high school student with significant AP/IB course load, or college student pursuing a 2 or 4 year degree in liberal arts/sciences/engineering.  Must have a broad knowledge base in both the arts and the sciences.  Must have aptitude or track record working with K-5 students in a group as well as one-on-one setting.  Teaching certificate preferred but not required.

 

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Contact Info

Sudhakar Kudva

email: info at EinsteinWise dot com

phone: 360-four three three-0750

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