Science Practice Activities Reviewer (Contract)

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Science Practice Activities Reviewer (Contract)

We’re looking for passionate and knowledgeable science teachers to review graphic organizers to help students gain mastery of Middle School or High School science topics through active learning practice.

As a Science Practice Activities Reviewer, you will:

  • Choose from a list of middle school or high school science topics
  • Review and understand the lessons associated with the topic
  • Analyze the graphic organizer information to determine if it accurately represents the lesson
  • Report suggested fixes to the in-house team to improve the graphic organizer
  • Evaluate the overall quality and structure of the graphic organizer

As a Science Practice Activities Reviewer, you’ll receive the following:

  • Reliable payment: Timely, reliable payments twice a month via PayPal. All work is paid per piece. Per piece rates vary based on complexity and length of content.
  • Flexibility: Work according to your own schedule, no assignments or productivity/hourly requirements 
  • Support: Access to an incredibly supportive in-house team to answer your questions 
  • Work satisfaction: The knowledge that you're helping millions of students achieve their academic goals!

What we’re looking for:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education, or a related field
  • Experience teaching or developing content for science subjects at the middle school or high school level
  • Excellent writing skills and attention to detail
  • Commitment to providing high-quality, accurate information

Do you think you can be a Science Practice Activities Reviewer for Click “Apply Now” at the bottom to fill out an application and submit your resume!


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What makes you qualified to review Science Graphic Organizers for accuracy and thoroughness? This could include formal studies, certifications, or classroom experience. Please answer in exactly three sentences.*
Read the following passage about the evolution of Atomic Theory and select the option that best represents the main ideas in the correct order.

The evolution of atomic theory is a fascinating journey through scientific discovery and innovation. Democritus' concept of "atomos," stating that indivisible particles were the fundamental components of matter. This idea contrasted Aristotle's theory of infinite divisibility of matter, which held sway for centuries.

In the 1800s, John Dalton's gas experiments suggested that atoms were solid spheres and that different gases were made of different types of atoms. Dalton's work was foundational to modern atomic theory, confirming the existence of atoms and their role in forming compounds.

The discovery of the electron by J.J. Thomson through his cathode ray experiments further refined the atomic model. Thomson's plum pudding model proposed that atoms consisted of a positively charged substance with negatively charged electrons scattered within it, like raisins in a pudding.

Ernest Rutherford's gold foil experiment dramatically altered the atomic model by revealing that atoms have a dense nucleus surrounded by a cloud of electrons. This nuclear model suggested that the atom was mostly empty space, with electrons orbiting a central nucleus.

Building on Rutherford's findings, Niels Bohr introduced the planetary model, which depicted electrons moving in fixed orbits around the nucleus. Bohr's model explained the stability of atoms and the emission of light from atoms as electrons moved between orbits.

Robert Millikan's oil drop experiment quantified the charge of the electron, providing a crucial measurement for understanding the structure of the atom and the behavior of electrons within it.

Finally, Schrodinger's quantum model used mathematical equations to describe the probability of finding an electron in a particular location around the nucleus. Concepts of Electron Clouds and Probability Distribution were introduced.*
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