Summer Program Assistant Director/Interventionist- Project Discovery (Up to 2 Positions)

4.1 Temporary 1 hour ago Full Job Description Description Summer Program Assistant Director/ Interventionist - Project Discovery Assistant Director/ Interventionist - Project Discovery: Work as a lead teacher to help direct a four-week summer program serving students entering first through sixth grades who need continued instruction in literacy in order to maintain and enhance reading progress made during the school year. Students attend the program from 8:30-noon during the month of July. Qualifications: Certification as an Elementary Educator and/or Special Educator- K-12 Reading Teacher Certifcation preferrred Currently employed by the Public Schools of Brookline Major Duties: Support the implementation of curriculum and instructional goals for the program in collaboration with the Director and the K-8 English Language Arts coordinator Help hire and supervise summer program teachers as needed Assist in coordinating and overseeing staff and related planning (before the program begins and weekly faculty meetings during the program) Help manage program on-site, 7:30-1pm Work with Brookline Recreation and Brookline Community and Adult Education partners to ensure smooth coordination of afternoon services Help design and implement an assessment for students Provide small group intervention for students in the programs across all grades as needed Offer professional development and support around curriculum and instruction to teachers in the program Participate in program evaluation in the fall Compensation: minimum of $7050 Position reports to: Program Director- Project Discovery, K-8 English Language Arts Coordinator and Senior Director for Teaching and Learning Dates: Planning/hiring - January-June Program days in 2019 - July 6 to July 30 Follow-up and reporting - August-September Rate from 2019- 2020 rates- subject to School Committee approval for 2020-2021

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