JobID 4664 : Instructional Coach- West Surprise 2020/2021 (#1799067)

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Position Overview

The goal of the instructional coach is to improve student achievement by supporting instructional improvement with a commitment to professional growth, and ethical standards to advance the mission, goals and policies of Legacy Traditional Schools.

 

Essential Duties & Accountabilities

  • Participates in creation of intervention plans and data tracking to identify Title I students and improve student growth and achievement.
  • Disaggregate, analyze, track and present data to assist principals and teachers in its interpretation to measure and improve student achievement and/or program effectiveness.
  • Formulate action plans to address areas of concerns identified by student achievement data and Title I students.
  • Observe Title I tutor sessions and monitor data to identify material needs, effective use of data, effective instructional practices, and identify students to enter/exit from Title I services.
  • Collect and review Title I student information sheets to ensure student needs are met.
  • Collect and review Title I tutors and paraprofessionals time and effort logs.
  • Provide professional development for Title I tutors and Title I paraprofessionals.
  • Complete additional tasks related to Title I as assigned by site or district personnel.
  • Provide professional development and support of research-based teaching strategies, best practices to address the needs of teachers and school goals, implementation of school’s program of instruction, and implementation of educational technology (PowerSchool, Galileo, Mimio, BrainPop, etc.).
  • Facilitate training for teachers hired after the start of the school year, such as PowerSchool, Galileo, Classroom Setup, M-Drive Resources (Curriculum Pacing Guides, SOMAAH’s, etc.), New Hire Checklist and Teacher Resource Binder.
  • Provide a minimum of five contact hours (support plans, one-on-one meetings, modeling, team teaching, peer observation coverage, etc.) with teachers per day to provide guidance and support for the enhancement of classroom instruction and management.
  • Meet with building principal frequently to discuss the coaching process, the needs of the assigned teachers, and other related matters.
  • Maintain a record/log of activities related to coaching teachers and provide feedback to appropriate district personnel.
  • Facilitate change in instructional practices of teachers that will enable teachers to diagnose student needs more analytically; plan more productively; and teach more effectively.
  • Collaborate with teachers to create an action plan to meet professional goals.
  • Participate in the implementation and ongoing evaluation of the curriculum.
  • Attend and participate in weekly PLC meetings.
  • Facilitate administration of S.I.S. testing, Galileo testing, pre/post testing, mid-year enrollment tests, and JH mid-terms and finals.
  • Disaggregate, analyze, track and present data to assist principals and teachers in its interpretation to measure and improve student achievement and/or program effectiveness.
 
 
  • Formulate action plans to address areas of concerns identified by student achievement data.
  • Participates in creation of intervention plans and data tracking to improve student growth and achievement.
  • Observe Title I tutor sessions and monitor data to identify material needs, effective use of data, effective instructional practices, and identify students to enter/exit from Title I services.
  • Collect and review Title I student information sheets to ensure student needs are met.
  • Collect and review Title I tutors and paraprofessionals time and effort logs.
  • Review weekly lesson plans and check for alignment with standards and with daily instruction.
  • Complete all items listed on the IC Summer Planning Activities document.
  • Complete additional tasks outside of regular school hours as assigned by site administration.
  • Travel to required district meetings.
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Requirements

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Education
  • Arizona Teaching Certificate
  • Arizona Department of Public Safety Level One IVP Fingerprint Clearance Card
  • The incumbent in this position will be required to pass a criminal history background check.
  • Demonstrate highly effective teaching experience for three or more years
  • Taught at least one year at Legacy Traditional Schools
  • Complete Spalding I & Spalding II courses
  • Demonstrate knowledge of AzCCRS, content, materials, and resources
  • Serve as a role model to all other instructional staff
  • Must possess strong communication and organizational skills.
  • Must demonstrate initiative and the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.