Scoring Assistant - Computer Science & Technology Education
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The Evaluation Systems group of Pearson offers dynamic teacher licensing and performance assessment solutions. Our custom teacher licensure testing programs are 100 percent aligned to state standards. We also provide a wide variety of teacher licensure testing services such as test development, administration, and scoring. We work in a collaborative environment and are passionate about education.
Scoring offers the opportunity to network with other professionals and stay abreast of the latest developments in your field. Scorers have a direct impact on the quality of the next generation of teachers and help to maintain professional standards. Scorers enjoy the change of pace, the mental challenge and the opportunity to give back to their educational field.
We have immediate openings for candidates to score exams in our Sacramento, California office.
Starting rate of $18.52/hour.
Recently retired and current educators, who meet the qualifications, are encouraged to apply.
Sessions offered Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00am-4:00pm PST
Sessions lasting 1-2 days in length, many offered monthly.
Training and review are part of every session.
Flexibility to work scoring sessions which suit your availability.
Evaluates responses of teacher candidates.
Successfully internalizes training and scoring guide.
Participate in discussions.
Must be able to put aside personal biases and apply scoring guide according to rubric requirements.
Meets quality and productivity requirements established for the scoring program.
Engage with other scorers in consensus scoring activities.
Both active and recently retired educators may be eligible to score, provided they meet one of the following qualification goals.
A Computer Science and Technology Education scorer must:
hold a teaching credential in Computer Science, and
be teaching or have taught within the last three years at the appropriate grade level;
or be an instructor in an institution of higher education (college/university/technical school), and teaching courses in Computer Science;
or hold an Associate’s degree, or higher, and have several years’ professional experience in computer programming;
or hold a bachelor’s and/or master’s degree, and be a graduate student currently teaching courses in Computer Science
Applicants should also…
be a resident of California with eligibility to work in the United States.
have basic computer skills (keyboard, mouse).
have the ability to meet via online meetings using a personal computer with web camera, microphone, and speakers.
have the ability to sit for extended periods of time.
Have the ability to maintain a confidential work environment.
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Job: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Organization: Assessment & Qualifications
Req ID: 11210