A team of Neag School of Education researchers is developing a new initiative designed to help educators overcome language barriers to identify gifted students among English learners.
Project EAGLE (Eliciting Advanced Gifted Learning Evidence) is one of several gifted education grants at UConn, including the National Center for Research on Gifted Education (NCRGE), that address inequity in schools. (Read more)
Project EAGLE (Eliciting Advanced Gifted Learning Evidence) at the University of Connecticut is seeking a qualitative researcher with math and gifted English learner experience for a Postdoctoral Fellow position. The person in this position will work on a study of math lessons designed to elicit gifted behaviors in elementary English learners through a dynamic identification approach. This position will be a core team member who must be able to both learn and work independently as well as collaborate effectively with co-workers. There will be substantial opportunities to engage in the entire research process and collaborate on research presentations and publications. For more information and to apply go to
https://jobs.hr.uconn.edu/en-us/job/496801/postdoctoral-research-associate-project-eagle or contact Del Siegle (email@example.com).