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Math Tutor, MathCorps, Full time, Elementary - West Side Summit

Posted on 2018-08-10 8:06:37 AM

Listing expires 2018-09-07 12:00:00 AM

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[https://drive.google.com/a/westsidesummit.org/uc?id=0B0XUcKW1u_TANDdwNGlqUERmVGU2U2pXOF9BdHU0Z092LXNN&export=download] Personalized Learning Charter School (Kindergarten-8th Grade) At West Side Summit, our mission is to empower students to find joy in learning and develop the academic efficacy necessary to prepare them for the rigors of a college education and beyond. Our vision is to be a proof-point for Minnesota that all children, regardless of zip code or socioeconomic status, deserve a high quality education, and all students can achieve a high level of academic success when we hold them to high expectations and honor their potential for greatness. Math Enrichment Tutor Whether you want to explore a career in education, re-enter the workforce, or give back to your community, you can be a child&#8217;s hero as a tutor. To learn how you can join Minnesota Reading Corps & Minnesota Math Corps at West Side Summit Charter School follow this link<https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fmn-readingmathcorps.icims.com%2Fjobs%2Fsearch%3Fss%3D1%26searchKeyword%3Dwest%2Bside%2Bsummit&data=01%7C01%7C%7C38f15d456b1c4765885208d5fec219ec%7C5e40e2ed600b4eeaa9851d0c9dcca629%7C0&sdata=8yNrf7aHGkvOTwWVCfUcN%2BcpC0OoIaO2gFB7HdqjkFc%3D&reserved=0>. Want more information or have questions? Contact April Stensgaard, april.stensgaard@servetogrow.org<mailto:april.stensgaard@servetogrow.org> or at 612-460-8617. Responsibilities &#8226; Work with pairs of students (fourth through eighth grade) who need extra support with math during the school day. Tutors are trained to use a variety of scripted Minnesota Math Corps strategies, called interventions, to build students&#8217; foundational math skills in numbers and operations. Tutors work with the same student pairs for a total of 90 minutes each week. &#8226; Conduct quick and easy math assessments regularly and enter the student data into an online data system. Tutors review student data with their internal coach (site-based math specialist) to monitor the progress of each student and modify their intervention strategy to meet each student&#8217;s needs. &#8226; Maintain confidentiality of all student data. &#8226; Attend three days of mandatory training prior to service with students and additional required training sessions throughout the year. Tutors receive the consistent support of a coach at their school. Some travel may be necessary to attend training. &#8226; Participate in school-sponsored activities such as book fairs and family nights. &#8226; Members who are on track with performance and hours will not need to serve on days when school is not in session i.e. Winter and Spring break. Qualifications &#8226; Strong interest in education, specifically in helping elementary students develop their skills &#8226; Dedication to community service and ability to commit to a full term of service &#8226; Basic computer skills, including the ability to navigate online systems and email &#8226; Attention to detail &#8226; Organized, responsible, flexible, motivated, and professional &#8226; Ability to accept and incorporate constructive feedback from coaches and program staff &#8226; Excellent time management and decision-making skills &#8226; Ability to work with diverse personalities and adapt to the school environment &#8226; Strong personal standards of excellence, ethics, and integrity Eligibility Requirements &#8226; Ability to speak, read, and write English fluently &#8226; Age 18 or older by the program start date &#8226; Possess a high school diploma or a GED by the program start date &#8226; Citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States Please note: Applicants who have received deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are not eligible to serve as AmeriCorps members at this time. Currently, AmeriCorps members are limited to four terms of service. Tutors are paid a modest living allowance every two weeks during their service term and receive an education award upon successful completion which may be used to pay qualified student loans or tuition. Tutors over age 55 may choose to gift their education award to their child or grandchild. Tutors may be eligible for health insurance, child care assistance, and student loan forbearance during their service. Minnesota Reading/Math Corps will not discriminate for or against any service member or applicant based on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, disability, sexual orientation, or age. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request. This document is available in alternative formats.



Personalized Learning Charter School (Kindergarten-8th Grade)


At West Side Summit, our mission is to empower students to find joy in learning and develop the academic efficacy necessary to prepare them for the rigors of a college education and beyond. Our vision is to be a proof-point for Minnesota that all children, regardless of zip code or socioeconomic status, deserve a high quality education, and all students can achieve a high level of academic success when we hold them to high expectations and honor their potential for greatness.



Math Enrichment Tutor

Whether you want to explore a career in education, re-enter the workforce, or give back to your community, you can be a child’s hero as a tutor. To learn how you can join Minnesota Reading Corps & Minnesota Math Corps at West Side Summit Charter School follow this link. Want more information or have questions? Contact April Stensgaard, april.stensgaard@servetogrow.org or at 612-460-8617.


Responsibilities

• Work with pairs of students (fourth through eighth grade) who need extra support with math during the school day. Tutors are trained to use a variety of scripted Minnesota Math Corps strategies, called interventions, to build students’ foundational math skills in numbers and operations. Tutors work with the same student pairs for a total of 90 minutes each week.

• Conduct quick and easy math assessments regularly and enter the student data into an online data system. Tutors review student data with their internal coach (site-based math specialist) to monitor the progress of each student and modify their intervention strategy to meet each student’s needs.

• Maintain confidentiality of all student data.

• Attend three days of mandatory training prior to service with students and additional required training sessions throughout the year. Tutors receive the consistent support of a coach at their school. Some travel may be necessary to attend training.

• Participate in school-sponsored activities such as book fairs and family nights.

• Members who are on track with performance and hours will not need to serve on days when school is not in session i.e. Winter and Spring break.

Qualifications

Strong interest in education, specifically in helping elementary students develop their skills

Dedication to community service and ability to commit to a full term of service

Basic computer skills, including the ability to navigate online systems and email

Attention to detail

Organized, responsible, flexible, motivated, and professional

Ability to accept and incorporate constructive feedback from coaches and program staff

Excellent time management and decision-making skills

Ability to work with diverse personalities and adapt to the school environment

Strong personal standards of excellence, ethics, and integrity

Eligibility Requirements

Ability to speak, read, and write English fluently

Age 18 or older by the program start date

Possess a high school diploma or a GED by the program start date

Citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States

Please note:

Applicants who have received deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are not eligible to serve as AmeriCorps members at this time.

Currently, AmeriCorps members are limited to four terms of service.

Tutors are paid a modest living allowance every two weeks during their service term and receive an education award upon successful completion which may be used to pay qualified student loans or tuition. Tutors over age 55 may choose to gift their education award to their child or grandchild. Tutors may be eligible for health insurance, child care assistance, and student loan forbearance during their service.

Minnesota Reading/Math Corps will not discriminate for or against any service member or applicant based on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, disability, sexual orientation, or age. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request. This document is available in alternative formats.