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Curriculum Specialist
Mathematics, Pre-K, 2nd Grade, Remote, United States
Posted on 5/11/2022
INACTIVE
Locations
Remote • United States
Experience Level
Entry
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Expert
Desired Skills
Research
Writing
Requirements
  • Deep understanding of the ways in which children learn
  • Experienced and skilled critical thinker capable of deep analysis of concepts, principles, skills, and data used to drive curriculum development
  • Exemplary communicator, especially in writing, with an emphasis on clarity, organization, and word precision
  • Skilled and flexible collaborator
  • Deep experience with, and understanding of, appropriately developed and scaffolded learning
  • 5+ years of classroom teaching experience in grades Pre-K to 2
  • 2+ years of commercial curriculum development experience
  • Bachelor's degree in education or another related education field (e.g., elementary education)
  • Preferred graduate degree in education or another related field (e.g., early childhood)
Responsibilities
  • Collaborate with curriculum team members to develop highly detailed knowledge maps that describe all of the concepts, principles, and skills needed for a learner to demonstrate mastery of a topic, and include methodical unpacking of standards and sequencing and correlating of objectives for all math topics covered in grades PreK through 2 (e.g., identifying precursor, successor, and correlation relationships)
  • Ensure application of current best-practice approaches in the teaching of mathematics concepts, principles, information and skills content and pedagogy
  • Write clear, detailed, and precise specifications for the development of engaging learning activities research-based trajectories, supports, and scaffolds
  • Develop and user test learning hypotheses based on research, learning science, and experience
  • Review activities for developmental appropriateness and instructional integrity
  • Work collaboratively with cross-functional teams including game designers, artists, engineers, and producers
  • Work in an organized and flexible manner to meet established deadlines and evolving priorities
Age of Learning

501-1,000 employees

Education technology innovator
Company Overview
At Age of Learning, their mission is to help children everywhere build a strong foundation for academic success and a lifelong love of learning.
Benefits
  • 90% - 100% of health and welfare benefit premiums
  • A 401(k) program with employer match
  • 15 paid vacation days, 11 observed national paid holidays plus 9 sick days
  • Our flexible work culture means 2 or more days in the office (hybrid) or 100% fully remote options available for most positions
  • Team bonding events and a highly collaborative environment
  • Access to our internal DEI Task Force that focuses on ensuring our products represent all children on a global scale
  • Opportunities for professional growth through professional learning and development programs
  • Commitment to Equal Opportunity Employment in addition to an inclusive and supportive company culture