Instructional Teacher

Denean Smith

  • Part Time
  • Dallas
The Instructional Teacher is a part-time program teaching & instructing position responsible for the implementation and coordination of classroom activities during the fall, summer, and spring semester. All instructional teachers are trained by the Campus Director before the semester begins, and concludes the semester by reporting progress and submitting a program evaluation.
The Instructional Teacher conducts, coordinates and supports:
  • Instruction of Students
  • Assessment & Progress of students
  • Management of student data
  • Creates a warm, innovative, inviting and stimulating atmosphere for all students
Roles and Responsibilities:
  • Report weekly class results and progress of students
  • Manages student data (i.e. Reading and Math record sheets, Reading Fluency Results)
  • Reports student academic progress and attendance
  • Assist Campus Director with the assessments for all new and existing students prior to the first day of class
  • Assist with the implementation of the curriculum
  • Assist with the communication with parents to discuss educational and life goals
  • Ensure real-time feedback from assigned teachers
  • Ensure that all students have the curriculum they need for the upcoming month
  • Ensure that all curriculum and tests are accurately filed with current inventory in the storage room
  • Ensure that all tests and class material have been requested and copied for the upcoming month
  • Assist with the evaluation of current enrichments and manipulatives to ensure efficiency and efficacy with students
  • Ensure set up and tear down of each classroom on each day of instruction
  • Ensure all supplies are brought up and returned to storage room
  • Ensure incentive recognitions are rewarded, documented and reported monthly
Education and Qualifications:
  • Must be a degreed professional, graduate or undergraduate student or have multiple years of experience in the Education or related field
  • Must have computer knowledge in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, and the ability to update student-tracking data in database
  • Bi-Lingual a Plus
  • Certified Teacher a Plus

Job Descriptions – Campus Staff v1.1.docx

Reports to:  Campus Director
Days per week:  3-5
Hours per week:  15-25
Work location may be in the following locations:  75210, 75215, 75104, 75237, 75224, or 76248
Training:  Must complete 24-30 hours for training. Includes becoming Gideon Certified by online and onsite training at Gideon HQ in Coppell, TX

Skill set

Must have computer knowledge in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, and the ability to update student-tracking data in database

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