EdReports wants to share a great opportunity for deep professional learning on the Next Generation Science Standards from EdReports.
EdReports is a non-profit organization with a mission to empower educators with independent, credible, evidence-rich information about instructional materials to ensure students have what they need to be college and career-ready. They are accepting applications for reviewers for the inaugural K-5 review beginning in late June.
Who is EdReports looking for? EdReports is a by educator, for educator organization. Currently, classroom educators, district specialists, state specialists, non-formal educators, retired educators, and those pursuing advanced science education degrees participate in review.
What are the requirements? The profile of a science reviewer includes expertise in the NGSS and a commitment to quality instructional materials.
What can I expect if selected to be a reviewer? The K-5 inaugural review will include six K-5 NGSS programs and will have two teams dedicated to each program (K-2 and 3-5 teams), with five reviewers per team. Reviewers can expect the following:
How do I apply? Visit EdReports website to learn more about becoming a reviewer and complete an application.
Once you apply, an application task will be sent requesting demonstration of your NGSS knowledge. Following receipt of the application task, EdReports will schedule a 30 minute interview to learn more about you and share more about the upcoming review.
APPLY TODAY - Spots are limited and recruitment will conclude once teams fill for this inaugural round.
Thanks for your consideration. Visit https://www.edreports.org/ to learn more about EdReports and its mission.