Student Assistant: Formative Assessment in Secondary Schools

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Student Assistant: Formative Assessment in Secondary Schools

  • Posted at Mar 2, 2020
  • Dutch-required

For our research towards formative assessment in the classroom, we, the ELAN department, are looking for multiple students who can help us with recording lessons and administering tests at secondary schools. As a student assistant at this job, you will:

  • Have contact with teachers at these schools to make an appointment for recording two of their lessons OR for administering a test in one of their lessons.
  • Go to the schools and record the lessons (52 lesson recordings) OR administer a test in a class (29 classes * 25 students need to take the test) .

These tasks need to happen in the months April till June. It is an easy way to earn some money as a student (you will also get paid for travel time!) and it is an opportunity to learn how secondary schools work. Also, being a student assistant doesn’t look bad on your CV! In order to apply for this job, it will be necessary that you can speak Dutch (unfortunately!).

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