The College of Education is seeking two leading researchers whose work focuses on emerging approaches such as virtual learning, online communities of practice, online assessment, analytics of learning, or others related to digital learning for K-12 students. These individuals should be engaged in research that addresses critical problems of K-12 education, such as the use of digital technologies to enhance the personalization of learning; the design of evidence-centered approaches to student assessment; the use of real-time data to inform instructional improvement; classroom implementations of technology-enhanced learning; and preparing teachers and administrators for the digital transformation of education. These positions will be joint appointments in the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

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