JobID 1928 : Math Advisor (Teacher) (#2072420)
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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POSITION FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR
POSITION: Math Advisor (Teacher)
LOCATION: Mapleton Early College (MEC)
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Out of District applicants must fill out a District application at: www.mapleton.us. Current employees must e-mail a letter of interest and resume to Erica Branscum, Assistant Superintendent, Talent Recruitment and Development at HR@mapleton.us.
- Colorado teaching license with an appropriate math content area endorsement required.
- Additional endorsement in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education preferred (or willingness to pursue endorsement or equivalent coursework).
We are a small, community-focused learning environment based on the Big Picture Learning model. The motto “one student at a time” guides our work and our beliefs about learning. We are proud to offer concurrent enrollment for college credit and professional internship opportunities in addition to our standard curriculum. MEC staff fill two equally valuable roles: Advisor and Content Teacher. Our staff works as a team to challenge all students while maintaining our strong culture of character, responsibility and restorative practices.
ADVISOR/CONTENT TEACHER ROLES & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITES:
- Build a safe, trusting and collaborative community with students and their families that allows them to contribute positively to the school community
- Mentor and serve as a student advocate on a two-year loop
- Communicate regularly with parents regarding student’s academic and social and emotional needs
- Guide students through meaningful internship experiences and commute to facilitate meetings with internship mentors
- Provide project planning support for student’s two personal projects each year
- Plan advisory activities with grade level teams that support social-emotional growth and community building
- Support and monitor student’s Individualized Learning Plan through weekly 1 on 1 meetings
- Use data to direct planning and instruction
- Collaborate extensively with specialists to provide appropriate accommodations for content practice and assessment
- Routinely assess student goals and progress and make appropriate instructional adjustments as necessary to support personal growth
- Create opportunities for learning that simultaneously support students with 504’s, IEP, GATES plans and more
- Utilize standards to backward instruction
- Goal set and meet regularly with Instructional Coach and/or Director to support professional growth