Overview SUMMARY: Provide direction and serve as a lead point of contact regarding onboarding and Will work collaboratively with fellow PD Coaches and Facilitators and with school principals to provide job-embedded coaching and model best practices to improve teaching quality in K-12 classrooms.
Coaches are responsible for conducting planning conferences, modeling lessons, co-teaching, analyzing data, reviewing student work, providing non-evaluative feedback, and identifying classroom resources to support student achievement during regularly scheduled school days.
Also will coordinate Title 1 and Title IV programs in area.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Other duties may be assigned) Serve as a resource regarding onboarding and work assignments Coaching, modeling, and facilitating the development of best practices with teachers Conducting planning conferences Facilitating PD workshops as needed Encouraging participation and open dialogue as part of an effective coaching relationship Effectively engaging teachers in the coaching cycle Active communication Serving students with unique learning needs Increasing engagement and rigor Utilizes data to determine instructional needs and drive continuous improvement Differentiates support to school staff based on student data and knowledge of research and best practices; offers and uses a repertoire of strategies that address the goal that all students can achieve at high levels, regardless of race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, or other factors of diversity Develop, organize and disseminate quality instructional methods and materials and duties such as demonstration teaching, and team teaching that would encourage or allow collaboration among staff members EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: BA/BS Degree in Education or related field and at least 5 years’ experience working with K-12 students in a school setting.
2 years’ experience leading others Has experience delivering professional development workshops to adults.
Master's degree preferred.
Excellent communication skills are essential.
OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS: Understanding of adult learning theory and experience working with teachers as a mentor, coach, administrator, or instructional leader.
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrated expertise in effective teaching strategies and experience in preparing and presenting high quality, research based professional development.
Organizational and planning skills for setting both short term and long-range goals and for coordinating efforts for timely accomplishment of those goals.
Strong interpersonal skills demonstrated through the respect of peers and the ability to build trusting, collaborative relationships.
Willingness to continually learn new information and skills related to student learning and achievement, including content areas that may be outside of current skill set Flexible and willing to adapt to changes PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT/WORKING CONDITIONS: Light lifting, walking, climbing stairs.
Most programs are in school settings Responsibilities Coordinate all programs in San Antonio area.
Qualifications Education leadership experience.
Master's Degree CB2