Tulsa Teacher Corps Instructional Mentor
Job | Posted a month ago
Position Summary: Instructional Mentors provide instructional support for teachers in Tulsa Public Schools to improve teacher performance and increase student achievement. Mentors set development goals for teachers and regularly support them to meet those goals through coaching conversations, in-class coaching, growth-oriented feedback, and cohort-based professional learning opportunities. Areas of development can include curriculum internalization, class culture, and climate, implementing the Tulsa Way for Teaching and learning, including high-leverage instructional strategies, classroom management, analysis of student work, differentiated instruction, and supportive instruction for bilingual learners and exceptional students. Mentors build relationships, coach, inspire, motivate, and develop groups of novice teachers to reach ambitious goals with students, and support our district’s efforts to retain our newest teachers. Tulsa Teacher Corps Instructional Mentors also assume a leadership role in the design and facilitation of professional learning during Tulsa Teacher Corps summer pre-service teaching, ongoing Tulsa Way Saturday sessions, and online professional learning opportunities.
Job Description: Tulsa Teacher Corps Instructional Mentor
About Team Tulsa: At Tulsa Public Schools, our mission is to inspire and prepare every student to love learning, achieve ambitious goals, and make positive contributions to our world. We are the destination for extraordinary educators and staff who work with our community and families to ignite the joy of learning and prepare every student for the greatest success in college, careers, and life. Our core values of equity, character, excellence, team, and joy guide how we work and interact with each other and our community.
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- If you are eligible to move forward, you'll receive next steps via email/phone call from the hiring manager who will engage you in the interview process.
- If the hiring manager would like to extend an offer, you'll receive a conditional offer letter via email and begin the onboarding process.