FUNCTION/DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:Under the direct supervision of the teacher, the successful candidate will assist in the academic program of 6th-12th grade students, and assist in the operations of the storefront resource center. Certificated Teacher Resource Associatesare a key part ofour team of education professionals. 5 hours per day (25 hours per week), CTRs will support their Supervising Teacher. They are role models for our students, and are expected to look, act, and speak, as representatives of the school at all times.
REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: This position description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, knowledge, or abilities associated with this classification, but are intended to accurately reflect the principal job elements.Grade student work within 72 hours of receiptProvide constructive feedbackFollow grading rigor reference guideTutoring should instructionally focus on:Math, ELA, Social Science, Physical & Life Sciences, Pathways Exhibition, CTE & General Electivesand VAPA & World Languages
PATHWAYS PERSONALIZED EDUCATION PLAN Assist and monitor the completion of the following surveys in Naviance:Game Plan, Do What you Are, Learning Style Inventoryand PPEP Update Course of Study Recordswith student survey results and identified Post High School PathwaysSign and abide by all testing affidavits Make reminder calls about testing dates/times and participationAssist teacher with Assessment preparation and supervision Review magazines/posters/framed posters in the resource center(remove items in question) Attend required trainings, meetings or professional development opportunities throughout the school yearHome visitsAssist at graduation Help our newest resource center associates get startedReview and update instructional materialsHelp support the students while the teacher is in a meeting or attending a training3 hours per day(15 hours per week), the CTR will provide support to the entireResource Center in the following ways:Small Group Tutoring Sessions, CTR should facilitateweekly small-group tutoring sessions, open to all students at the Resource Center, that align with the RC’s Instructional PlanCTR can create monthly RC calendar and submit to Supervising Teacher for reviewField Trip AssistanceCTR can partner with the RC Field Trip coordinator to research andplan field trips that support the RC’s Instructional PlanGuest Speaker/Pathway Exhibition Panel AssistanceR e v . 1 0. 1 5 . 1 8P a g e2| 2CTR should support RC in making connections with local community members to serve as guest speakers and/or Pathway Exhibition panel membersCommunity Engagement & MarketingCTR should partner with teachers at the RC on weekly basis to post fliers and make connections within the communityCTR should help maintain a clean, organized learning environment for students Other duties as assigned
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:Completed a minimum of two years of college course work from an accredited college or university (48 semester units)Have reliable transportationPossess excellent organizational, time management, and record-keeping skillsPreferably have experience working with secondary and specialized student populationsCTRs are formally evaluated through an annual scorecard that aligns with the action plans of the strategic initiativeCTRs are informally evaluated throughout the school year through feedback from their supervising teacher, Learning Lead, and/or School Coordinator