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JOB TITLE: Project Manager

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Co-manage Math Forum subscription and research project educational services such as the Math Fundamentals Problem of the Week, the Online Mentoring Project for student teachers, and the Teacher2Teacher professional support program. Conduct professional development programs both online and in face-to-face settings, helping schools learn to make effective use of technology for math education. Work closely with school partners to integrate student enrichment and teacher support programs of The Math Forum into existing curriculum and instruction. Collaborate with other Math Forum Managers to design, implement, and improve learning service offerings and outreach.


  • Create and edit problems for weekly postings and school programs
  • Write mentor replies to paid subscribers
  • Generate archive material for completed problems
  • Maintain mentor training program (Online Mentoring Guide), including recruiting and training mentors
  • Help manage mentoring schedule for weekly problems
  • Monitor mentors within the service(s)
  • Manage the Teacher2Teacher service, including recruiting and training Associates
  • Manage the T2T public discussion area, including archiving new discussions
  • Design and implement professional development workshops and materials for face-to-face and online programs
  • Deliver presentations and workshops at appropriate conferences


At least 3-5 years professional experience with mathematics education and technology at the elementary level (particularly grades 3-5). Candidates will benefit from expertise with Standards-based curricula and professional development programs, along with familiarity with web site design and content development.

Posted 8 July, 2004.

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