The Scratch Team at the MIT Media Lab is seeking a learning resource coordinator to develop digital media and printed materials to support creative learning with Scratch. This person will help brainstorm, write, design, and implement inviting materials that support children to make projects with the Scratch creative coding environment. The Learning Resources Coordinator will also help facilitate workshops for youth and educators and coordinate with translators to localize Scratch learning resources.
With Scratch, kids create interactive projects (such as stories, games, and animations) and share their projects in a dynamic online community. Scratch is provided free of charge and is used by millions of young people in homes, schools, and community centers around the world. Scratch is developed by a small and friendly team of educators, designers, engineers, and researchers with diverse backgrounds.
This is a one-year appointment with possibility of extension based upon funding availability and project needs.
To apply, go to hr.mit.edu/careers and search Job ID # 16632.
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