Sergei Yakovenko's blog: on Math and Teaching

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Volunteers to moonlight, any?

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Israeli Ministry of Education Needs You!

As part of the matriculation exam in math (5th level), Israeli high school students are (sometimes?) required to write a “final project“, עבודת גמר.

They are looking for people qualified to read, check these compilations and grade them based on certain criteria. In particular, this presumes a 45 min meeting with the students. Each case will bring you 600 shekels. The required qualification allows to hire PhD students (and faculty members, of course ;-). Needless to say, everything is in Hebrew.

If you are interested in such a job, please write me or (better) directly to Dr. Ilya Tyomkin from the Ben Gurion University, who is overseeing this program.

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