Math Interventionist Anticipated
Certified as K-6 teacher. The candidate will be responsible for working with students who are at substantial academic risk and should be highly qualified.
The teacher will be responsible for:
- assisting teachers in identifying students in need of support
- implementing research-based teaching methods
- effectively implementing the use of manipulatives and models to maximize student learning in mathematics
- researching and implementing assessment-based and focused interventions
- implementing continual progress monitoring through the use of data analysis and documentation of student learning
- providing the leadership necessary to develop, implement, support, and maintain an appropriate math RTI program.
The teacher must be able to be self motivated, self-sufficient, and will have minimal support. However, this teacher must be able to work collaboratively with staff to ensure students receive appropriate interventions.
The math intervention teacher would provide targeted instruction in those specific areas and provide continuous differentiated support to staff and students in order that all students access high-level mathematics instruction.
Performs other related tasks as assigned by the Principal and other central office administrators as designated by the Superintendent.
Note: The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities. It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility.
Uses standard office equipment such as personal computers, printer, copy and fax machines, and telephone.
Travels to school district buildings and professional meetings as required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of current teaching methods and educational pedagogy, as well as differentiates instruction based upon student learning styles.
Knowledge of elementary school curriculum and concepts.
Knowledge of data information systems, data analysis and the formulation of action plans.
Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws regarding education and students.
Ability to use computer network system and software applications as needed.
Ability to organize and coordinate work.
Ability to communicate effectively with students and parents.
Ability to engage in self-evaluation with regard to performance and professional growth.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work.
Physical and Mental Demands, Work Hazards
Works in standard office and school building environments.
Certification/License: Maine DOE Elementary Teacher Certification
Bachelors from an accredited college or university in Elementary Education or related discipline applicable to teaching assignment.
Successful prior teaching or experience for the appropriate grade levels a plus.
FLSA Status: Exempt