Posted by Willy Franzen on June 17, 2014. Jobs updated daily.
Think back to all of your years of school. Your teachers created a lot of content that helped you learn, but they also got a lot from educational publishers–textbooks, worksheets, tests, and more. Developing that content can be a painstaking process, so a lot of the times the publishers look outside for help. Since 1982 they’ve been turning to Quarasan, a Chicago, IL based “full service conceptual developer of content for publishers of educational materials and products.” They say that they cover the Pre-K-16 market, which, I think, means that they also develop materials for undergrad.
Chances are that you’ve learned something important through Quarasan developed materials. That’s because they work with big name publishers like Kaplan, Houghton Mifflin, Macmillan/McGraw-Hill. Quarasan covers topics including “reading, language arts, spelling, math, science, social studies, music, ESL/foreign language, intervention, and assessment.” I think that covers just about everything. You can take a look at some of Quarasan’s prior work here. If projects like those look interesting to you, visit Quarasan’s Careers page. Right now they’re looking for a Freelance Copyeditor, a Freelance Resource/Project Assistant, and a Freelance Grades Pre K-12 SEL Writer (Prevention of Drug and Alcohol abuse).
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