The SchomburgCenter for Research in Black Culture seeks to hire a part-time Curriculum Writer for a two-year grant-funded position. The Curriculum Writer will report to Deirdre Hollman, Director of Public Education.
General Description: Over two years, the Curriculum Writer will work with the Schomburg Center’s Education Department and lead consultants to develop a Hip-Hop History Curriculum aimed at increasing historical literacy among high school-aged youth.
Ensure the pedagogy, themes, and activities of the Hip-Hop History Curriculum are aligned with state and Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) and within the developmental scope of the target student audience.
Collate and codify the team’s curriculum content (research, resources, activities/lessons, and ideas) into one unified and professional curriculum document.
Include pedagogy, principles, goals/outcomes, standards, instructional methods, guides for differentiation, and rubrics for assessment in curriculum document.
If needed, adapt curriculum content and formatting for web-platforms.
Deliver accurate, high-quality documentation within a specified timeline.
Work collaboratively with the project team, under the supervision of the Director of Education.
Participate in all curriculum training and evaluation activities throughout the grant period.