Pearson Exam Scorer- Physical Education in Sacramento, California
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The Evaluation Systems group of Pearson offers dynamic teacher licensing and performance assessment solutions. Our custom teacher licensure testing programs are 100 percent aligned to state standards. We also provide a wide variety of teacher licensure testing services such as test development, administration, and scoring. We work in a collaborative environment and are passionate about education.
Scoring offers the opportunity to network with other professionals and stay abreast of the latest developments in your field. Scorers have a direct impact on the quality of the next generation of teachers and help to maintain professional standards. Scorers enjoy the change of pace, the mental challenge and the opportunity to give back to their educational field.
We have an immediate opening for candidates to score at our Sacramento office, located in Natomas.
Starting rate of $16.52/hour.
Scoring sessions are conducted M-F during the day and occasionally on weekends.
Scoring sessions are typically complete within 3-5 days, with occasional single-day scoring sessions.
Flexibility to work scoring sessions that suit your availability.
Recently retired educators who meet the qualifications are welcome to apply.
Evaluates teacher certification candidate responses to constructed-response items in a reliable manner and scores according to supplied scoring guide.
Successfully internalizes training and participates in discussions.
Meets quality and productivity requirements established for the scoring program.
May be required to pass qualifying test before scoring.
A Single Subjects Physical Education Exam Scorer must:
hold a Single Subject Teaching Credential corresponding to the content field, have at least three years of teaching experience, and be teaching or have taught within the last three years;
OR be an instructor in a California institution of higher education who, in the last three years, has taught classes corresponding to the content field;
OR have served as a Single Subject Assessments for Teaching scorer in the content field;
OR have continuing experience as a scorer in the content field after having met one of the above qualifications;
OR have the authorization to teach in California public schools in the corresponding content field;
OR hold a graduate degree in the content field;
OR hold a bachelor's degree and have several years professional experience in the content field;
OR hold a bachelor's degree and/or master's degree and be a graduate student currently teaching courses in the content field;
OR have served as a CTC-approved member of the appropriate CSET test development and/or standard-setting panel.
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Job: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Organization: Assessment & Qualifications
Req ID: 13275