Project name:
ISIP Spanish Validity Study

About the project:
Dr. Leanne Ketterlin Geller, Professor from SMU’s Department of Education Policy & Leadership, is leading the research study: ISIP Spanish Validity Study. The overall purpose of the study is to gather evidence, through comparisons with other nationally recognized assessments (FastBridge, Aprenda, and IGDIS) about the validity of the ISIP Spanish Reading Assessment. Over the course of this school year, we will collaborate with participating elementary schools and Imagination Station, Inc. (Istation) as part of the project. We will work with students in Pre-K through grade 5.

Prerequisite skills:
• Bilingual (English, Spanish)
• Experience working with children
• Excellent organizational skills
• Dependable, reliable and responsible
• Bachelor’s degree (preferred)
• Available to work at least 1 day per week from 8:30-3:00

Timeline for data collection:
Phase 2: March 19 – May 31

Participating schools:
You will be working with elementary schools in our area, such as Mesquite ISD, Garland ISD, McKinney ISD.

Data collection measures:
Your main role will be to administer Spanish reading measures to participating students; however, we may ask you to observe some of these ISIP testing sessions. You will be trained on how to administer the reading assessments.

Hourly rate: $15.00

If you are interested, please send an email to Martha Lozano at mlozanor@smu.edu and CC: Elisa Gallegos at elisa@smu.edu.

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