In-Person COVID Response Tutoring (Certified/Admin) 2020/2021 and 2021/2022 School Years (Internal and external applicants)
Position Type: Tutors
Location: Districtwide, 85031
Date Posted: 1/29/2021
Date Available: Immediately
Date Closing: Until Filled
In-Person COVID Response TutoringJOB GOAL
2020/2021 and 2021/2022 School Years
(Internal and external applicants)
2020/2021 and 2021/2022 School Years
(Internal and external applicants)
To deliver research based best practice lessons that ensure that all students are able demonstrate mastery of the AzCCR Standards and / or goals applicable to their specialized programs in the most efficient and effective manner. Data driven decisions will be made through the use of the District's Response to the Pandemic Model - more than one year’s growth in one year’s time and the support of site and district level staff.
This job is temporary and at will. It will not be continued after our pandemic response timeframe. This position is for acceleration and pandemic response tutoring. This position will not necessarily be at your current work site during distance learning.
- Valid Arizona Teaching Certificate
- Must be HQ at time of application
- Believes ALL Students can and will learn at high levels
- Must be able to produce prior / current data that demonstrates high levels or student academic achievement as measured by both Growth and Mastery of the AzCRR Standards / goal applicable to specialized programs
- Demonstrates strong working knowledge of AzCCR Standards and / or goals applicable to their specialized programs at a variety of grade levels thus supporting the use of vertical articulation to best meet the needs of all students
- Demonstrates an understanding and works effectively as a member of a Professional Learning Community within and outside of the grade / site level
- Demonstrates the ability to understand and use data and assessment to drive focused lessons resulting in high achievement for all students
- Views self as a learner and seeks professional challenges and demonstrates initiative.
- Demonstrates ability in working with diverse populations (ELL, Special Education, Gifted, Culturally Diverse, SES Levels, Social Emotional Needs)
- Holds high expectations for self, colleagues, and all students
- Continues professional growth through participation in professional growth opportunities, research-based exemplary practices in curriculum, instruction, and assessment, reading professional literature, and sharing best practices with colleagues
- Evidence of strong interpersonal skills
- Evidence of strong problem-solving skills
- Evidence of successful use of the Teaching and Learning Cycle
- Demonstrates ability to communicate in oral and written form
- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of updated best practices in effective instructional practices
- Models systematic instruction that is aligned to scientifically based research in Tier I and Tier II / III resulting in high levels of student achievement for all students
- Understands and interprets assessment data, both formal and informal, to inform instructional decisions
- Collaborates with staff across disciplines, grade levels, and programs to support learning at high levels for all students
- Strong knowledge and competent use of technology and virtual platforms for student learning
- Willingness to work daily and in-person assisting students across multiple grade levels
- Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable
- Expressed willingness and ability to work outside of school hours and traditional school days (before /after school and /or weekends)
Responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
- Demonstrate the ability to understand and use data and assessment to drive focused lessons resulting in high achievement for all students.
- Selects and uses materials appropriate for increasing achievement for all students.
- Analyzes and organizes group / individual data results from classroom, district, and state level assessments to determine areas of strength & weakness in order to prepare and deliver instruction that will increase student achievement for all.
- Analyze data of identified students, intentionally plan for focused individual learning, facilitate a strong learning environment, closely monitor, and adjust methods resulting in increased student achievement.
- Use current best practices that prove most beneficial in the mastery of standards, specifically in areas of needed Intervention or enrichment by differentiating.
- Ensures tutoring sessions are not being used as homework or review practice sessions, but rather as targeted instruction aligned with student learning goals based on AzCCR Standards or specialized programs and goals.
- Document specific areas of need for individual / groups of students based on approved data sources.
- Maintain accurate records of academic progress and communicate progress to students, parents, site and district level staff as required.
- Maintain accurate attendance records and communicate with students, parents, site, and district level staff as needed to ensure students absences are quickly addressed.
- Facilitates collaboration on components such as progress monitoring, instructional intervention, data analysis and reporting results on a timely on-going basis. Provides updates to teachers, principals, parents on student progress at least every two weeks or as requested.
- Use successful, research-based instructional strategies, including differentiated instruction for diverse learners and supports Tier I, II, III interventions in the classroom and other Tier Supports.
- Collaborates through Collective Inquiry to develop a comprehensive site and individual lesson plans for supporting standard focused best practice instruction resulting in higher student achievement for all students.
- Attends required meetings with site and district leadership to plan or engage in professional development and analyze district and school data.
- Uses of strong problem-solving skills to support high quality use of the Teaching and Learning Cycle, as well as other areas needing support in order to increase student achievement.
- Use resources and are able to integrate digital resources for standard focused lessons based on best practices that will increase levels of achievement for all students.
- Willingness to work daily in-person across multiple grade levels.
- Uses collective inquiry ensure lessons are prepared & delivered using the current best practices.
- Participates in professional development at the district and school level and creates lesson plan delivery.
- Performs other work-related duties as assigned.
- Knowledge of applicable Federal, state, county and city statutes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Knowledge of applicable Cartwright School District and departmental policies and procedures.
- Positions in this class typically require: stooping, reaching, pulling, lifting, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
- Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
REPORTS TO: Educational Services Administrator and Site Administrator
JOB CATEGORY: Certified
BEGINNING SALARY: $50/hour (unique pay)
BENEFITS: As approved by the Governing Board
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: Until filled