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High School Specialized Instruction and Services Collaborative Teacher at WB Cooley & Academy International


High School Specialized Instruction and Services Collaborative Teacher at WB Cooley & Academy International

High School Specialized Instruction and Services Collaborative Teacher at WB Cooley & Academy International

Providence Public Schools
Providence, RI 02903

Job details

Job Type

Full-time
School/Location
WB Cooley & Academy International
High School Specialized Instruction and Services Collaborative Teacher - LTS 2nd Semester

Job ID: 3420

Job Description
Contingent upon funding

Temporary teaching position - fill a long term vacancy through the end of 21/22 school year.

  • Contingent upon funding

Under direction of the school principal and/or appropriate supervisor, the LTS (Long Term Substitute) will gain essential and meaningful teaching experience. Excellent performance in this capacity will position a teacher well to compete for permanent teaching positions in Providence Schools and elsewhere.

Compensation and benefits for this position are equal to the compensation and benefits of a regular teacher including salary according to the Providence teacher salary scale (including during school vacation) on a step determined by previous teaching experience (credit given for experience in accredited schools and/or in a certified capacity). Other benefits include paid sick days, generous health benefits, and paid professional development.

***Accommodations for virtual interviews will be made during this hiring season, please apply***

Under the direct supervision of the building administrator with the support of the Executive Director of Specialized Instruction and Services, and the Network Superintendent, the Specialized Instruction and Services Collaborative Teacher will provide job-embedded coaching and support to their general education and special education colleagues in the implementation of all strategies. Job-embedded support can include, but is not limited to, coaching, mentoring, co-teaching, modeling, and collaborative planning. The primary focus of this role is to build capacity within the special education certified staff and general education teachers who have students with disabilities on their roster to ensure that the appropriate instructional accommodations are implemented in order to meet the needs of students with disabilities.

In addition, the High School Specialized Instruction and Services Collaborative Teacher will case manage students and perform duties ensuring full compliance with federal and state regulations.

Roles & Responsibilities
  • Assist in the implementation of all state and locally mandated assessments
  • Provides instructional coaching, demonstration lessons, collaborative co-teaching opportunities, lesson planning, observations and peer feedback
  • Conducting cycles of observation and feedback for everyone in their department
  • Conduct short, non-evaluative cycles of observation, feedback, and support for each member of their department
  • Support teachers in their department by acting as a coach and thought partner to support action steps for ongoing improvement of instructional practice
  • Input into the student information system (SIS) included but not limited to appropriate accommodations for local and state assessments, data for IEPs, CDPs, alternate assessment and caseload assignments.
  • Be knowledgeable of current teaching methodologies, strategies and research for implementation of language development supports
  • Provide assistance to colleagues in making the CCSS and the Next Generation Science Standards accessible to students with disabilities at their current grade levels
  • Assist colleagues in planning and implementing instruction, accessing to the core curriculum, and supporting academic competence
  • Provide direct assistance to colleagues through lesson demonstration, observation, constructive feedback, and coaching
  • Ensure the effective and equitable integration of students with disabilities in the general education setting
  • Review and finalize paperwork in accordance with IDEA and state regulations for the department
  • Follow through on school and department commitments in a timely manner
  • Serve as a member of the Transition Advisory Council
  • Maintain schedules, timelines, agendas, and assignments for all special educators and service providers
  • Conduct educational evaluations and formal observations for eligibility determinations
  • Facilitate meetings for special educators at both school and district level
  • Maintain, organize and share data and information as appropriate
  • Maintain grades as appropriate
  • Maintains confidentiality as appropriate
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by school and district administrators.

Salary Rate Range
Teacher Salary Scale + 5 extra days

RIDE Requirements
Sec. Grades Sp. Ed. Teacher, Gr. 7-12 with Any Sec. Content
or
Mid./Sec. Sp. Ed. 7-12

ESL Preferred

Qualifications
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Ability to analyze data to inform instruction
  • Ability to design and deliver instruction utilizing research-based teaching practices
  • Ability to collaborate with colleagues and effectively lead teams of teachers in making accommodations for students with disabilities
  • You must complete the new hire compliance training prior to your first day of employment
  • Bilingual Preferred
  • Selected candidate will be required to pass a pre-employment criminal history background check. Selected candidates cannot begin work until passing their background check.

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