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Teacher - Intervention Resource - Southern Region-Trinidad (1205-T2)

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TitleTeacher - Intervention Resource - Southern Region-Trinidad
Posting ID1205-T2
Description

GOAL Academy

Teacher  Intervention Resource (IR) - Regional

 

General Purpose:

To provide supplemental instructional support in the development of each student’s math and reading skills as the foundation for success in high school courses while collaborating with the educational staff contributing to successful student achievement.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The following statements regarding this exempt level position consist of duties, responsibilities, frequency, and percentages are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. These statements are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required of all personnel within this position. Actual duties, responsibilities, frequency, and percentages may vary depending upon location assignments and other factors. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Identified Core Duties

Classroom Management-Academic-Show Up

Instruction - Teaching / Tutoring-Academic-Connect

Gladiator Connections/Advocacy-Academic-Connect

Student Learning-Academic-Succeed

 

Classroom Management

Classroom Attendance

• Establish clear classroom attendance expectations for students.
• Maintain expected student communication and document attendance utilizing identified GOAL systems.

Academic Intervention – MTSS

• Monitor student attendance data to identify and provide interventions to students who are not actively engaged in class.
• Ensure quality and timely documentation of all interventions provided.

Active Student and Parent Communication

• Communicate regularly with students and parents to keep the student progressing toward academic success, including, but not limited to, providing progress reports, class expectations, student participation rates and when needed, arrange/support student/parent teacher conferences.
• Establish and maintain a cooperative working relationship with students and families based on trust, understanding and respect for the communities in which they identify.

Instruction - Teaching / Tutoring

Quality Courses and Instruction

• Utilize GOAL established guidelines for quality course structure and instructional practices.
• Creates a classroom environment and research-based program of study that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students.
• Assist students using software and materials related to math and/or literacy programs.

RAMP – Reading and Math Plan

• Use student data
• Learn, master and deliver relevant content and grade level curriculum, content objectives and texts
• Attend professional development opportunities that promote improved instructional strategies and support researched-based resource material needed to implement the intervention program successfully and support/maintain professional growth.

Grading and Gradebooks

• Maintain complete and accurate grading and gradebooks in the GOAL LMS (Schoology).
• Ensure weekly gradebook updates by the close of business each Friday.

 

Gladiator Connections/Advocacy

Advocacy

• Facilitate and support the school’s math/reading intervention program.
• Collaborate with teachers individually to identify the math/reading needs of students, to set learning goals and targets, and to problem solve with teachers to develop best practices for continuous academic growth of students.

Communication

• Build connections with staff, students, and parents to keep the student progressing toward academic success, including, but not limited to, providing progress reports and student, parent, staff conferences.

Extra-Curricular

• Possess and share a general knowledge of GOAL Academy's extra-curricular activities and student opportunities.

 

Student Learning

Assess and Monitor Growth

• Champion GOAL's culture of assessment by ensuring student participation and proctoring throughout the year.
• Utilize pre/post assessment data to monitor and guide academic growth.
• Identify and set student growth targets and/or needed interventions.
• Analyze existing student achievement data and administer progress monitoring instruments as needed to aid in progress monitoring of IR students.

Success Team

• Participate in regular meetings to collaborate with team members to analyze data surrounding student performance and passer ratings.
• Work with team to develop strategies to improve student performance in core classes and curriculum.

 

Minimum Requirements:

Education:

• Bachelor’s Degree in Education, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Sciences, or related field required.
• Highly Qualified as a Colorado Secondary Educator (e.g., Math, English, Science, and/or Social Studies), Colorado Teaching licensed and/or additional Highly Qualified areas preferred.
• Valid Colorado License with reading endorsement preferred.

Experience:

• Three to five years of experience working in a school or school system preferred.
• At least two years of experience working in a high school with at risk youth preferred.

Or other background demonstrating application of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

• History of advanced knowledge of differentiated instruction, knowledge of different learning styles and challenges, and the ability to apply them to intervention students in a blended learning environment.
• Demonstrated proficiency in a teaching/tutoring capacity.
• Comprehensive knowledge of instructional strategies and the role of Professional Learning Communities (PLCs).
• Demonstrated proficiency in the design and implementation of academic interventions preferred.
• Advanced knowledge and/or experience of instruction, testing, data analysis, and curriculum development.
• Can show an advanced knowledge of education data analysis, collaborative decision-making, relationship building, group facilitation, conflict management, problem-solving, as well as resource allocation and prioritization.
• Demonstrated history working with technology including application of various office programs and ability to deliver/instruct/guide students on material/equipment dealing with technology.
• Love for children and ability to work enthusiastically on their behalf.
• Current or previous positions required excellent interpersonal, organizational, time-management, verbal and written communication skills.
• Evidence of successful experience in student and adult relations.
• Solid employment background being well versed in conflict resolution skills with the ability to mediate conflicts (e.g., between students, staff, parents, or community members).
•  Ethical, honest, and good-humored.

 

 

Physical Requirements of this position include:       

WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

SELDOM

OCCASIONAL

FREQUENT

 

 

SELDOM

OCCASIONAL

FREQUENT

COLD (50 F or less)

x

 

 

 

VISUAL ACUITY:  Near

 

 

x

HEAT  (90 F or more)

x

 

 

 

VISUAL ACUITY:  Far

 

x

 

GASES/FUMES/DUST

x

 

 

 

COLOR DISCRIMINATION

 

x

 

HEIGHTS

x

 

 

 

HEARING

 

 

x

NOISE

 

x

 

 

SPEECH

 

 

x

CLIMBING (Stairs/Ladders)

x

 

 

 

MANUAL DEXTERITY

 

 

x

DRIVING

 

x

 

 

EYE/HAND COORDIN.

 

 

x

CRAWLING OR KNEELING

x

 

 

 

TRAVEL:

 

 

 

BENDING

x

 

 

 

  Local

 

x

 

WALKING/Uneven Surfaces

x

 

 

 

  National

x

 

 

WORKING ALONE

 

x

 

 

  International

x

 

 

WORK WITH OTHERS

 

 

x

 

REPETITIVE MOVEMENTS:

CHEMICALS/SOLVENTS

x

 

 

 

                (please list)

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOVING HEAVY ITEMS:

SELDOM

OCCASIONAL

FREQUENT

 

OPERATING MACHINERY:

 

 

 

LIFTING/LOWERING

>30 lb

20-30 lb

<20 lb

 

COMPUTER and MOUSE

 

 

x

LIFTING OVER SHOULDER

>20 lb

10-20 lb

<10 lb

 

COPIER

 

x

 

REACHING OVER SHOULDER

>20 lb

10-20 lb

<10 lb

 

FAX MACHINE

x

 

 

REACHING FORWARD

>20 lb

10-20 lb

<10 lb

 

PRINTER

 

x

 

PUSHING

>20 lb

10-20 lb

<10 lb

 

TELEPHONE

 

 

x

PULLING

>20 lb

10-20 lb

<10 lb

 

OTHER (please list)

 

 

 

CARRYING

>30 lb

20-30 lb

<20 lb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shift TypeFull-Time
Salary Range$40,000.00 - $49,000.00 / Per Year
LocationTrinidad

Applications Accepted

Start Date01/31/2020