Math Support Coordinator (#1695530)

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Job Title: Math Support Coordinator

Position Overview CECP is now taking applications for the 2019-2020 school year. The selected candidate will teach small group math courses, MAT 060, and coordinate and implement a remedial math program called Math Rx. Major Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions) The applicant must . . . • Tutor in math subjects ranging from fundamentals through calculus, including geometry, statistics, and trigonometry. • Be comfortable working in situations involving one-on-one tutoring, small group tutoring, and large group tutoring classes. • Grade papers for the tutoring program at CECP in a timely manner. • Collaborate with the math department to ensure the success of the tutoring program. • Collaborate with other members of the academic support team to best provide support to all students. • Work closely with 504/IEP coordinator to implement action plans for students who require accommodations. • Be passionate about student success. • Maintain organization of all student work so that it may be easily referenced. • Use creativity when explaining math concepts to students. • Provide support to CECP's peer tutoring program.

Demonstrates mastery of content area knowledge • Demonstrates content area knowledge to teach the subject. • Demonstrates relevant pedagogical knowledge to teach the subject. • Conveys enthusiasm for and interest in content area to engage and inspire students for lifelong learning.

Plans and prepares lessons • Creates instructional plans based on clear and measurable course, unit, and lesson objectives. • Designs formal and informal assessments to accurately measure the established objectives. • Designs learning to be cumulative. • Develops course required materials, including syllabi, CECP web page, course resources, etc.

Delivers effective instruction • Provides effective instruction to help students achieve mastery of course content and related skills. • Communicates expectations clearly and provides regular and meaningful feedback to students and parents on academic progress. • Engages students in higher-order thinking • Monitors student achievement to ensure adequate progression towards course objectives and provides support as needed. • Supports the interventions and accommodations that the Learning Specialist has developed for students.

Establishes classroom environment • Creates a classroom culture of high academic expectations, diligence and mutual respect. • Fairly enforces school discipline expectations for the purpose of student character growth. • Strives to develop appropriate relationships with students.

Maintains high expectations • Regularly communicates expectations of high standards to all students • Goes above and beyond for the good of CECP, modeling this behavior to students

Meets professional expectations. • Displays a high level of ethics and professionalism in working with students, staff members and parents and complies with school policies. • Models character to students. • Works collaboratively with other staff members and administration to improve student achievement • Becomes adept at using Infinite Campus to consistently record grades and attendance. • Continues to grow as an educator by attending professional development opportunities and mandatory meetings and reflecting on own instructional practice. • Abides by CECP’s instructional best practices expectations • Prioritizes the safety and welfare of students while on campus. • Communicates student achievement and academic progress to families on a regular basis. • Actively develops a professional, positive, productive relationship with staff members. • Completes other duties and responsibilities

Supervision Received A teacher’s direct report is the Academic Dean. Additional supervision is provided by the Head of School. Teachers have the opportunity to work one-on-one with Instructional Coaches. Observations and walk-throughs occur frequently may be as often as once a week, including observations by a non-supervisory mentor teacher.

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Colorado Springs Early Colleges

4405 NORTH CHESTNUT ST, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80907-3812
 
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Student Teacher Ratio*

State Average: 17.36

% ELL Students*

State Average: 11.60

% IEP Students*

State Average: 11%

FTE

19

State Average: 415