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Reading Recovery Teacher Leader 1.0 FTE - District 196

Posted on 2020-05-22 10:56:49 AM

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Start Your Online Application Now<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.applitrack.com%2Fdistrict196%2FOnlineApp%2FJobPostings%2FView.asp%3FAppliTrackJobId%3D13677&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7Cd0deec4c162b4138b86708d7fe68bb0b%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637257598087818856&sdata=0AK5ForvriqBXpQI2AMrEtcqKxOTcU7FISDBoASE%2BYE%3D&reserved=0> Date Closing: 05/29/2020 Description: 1.0 FTE Effective Date of Employment: Beginning of the 2020-21 school year Application Deadlines: May 29, 2020 - 4:00 p.m. Application Procedures: Internal and External Candidates: Apply on-line at www.district196.org<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.district196.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7Cd0deec4c162b4138b86708d7fe68bb0b%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637257598087828852&sdata=sLfvdaZUJcA422Xy4%2BQ39Y2XZ9D2jkCLHU9ILFK2ILM%3D&reserved=0> Purpose: The Reading Recovery Teacher Leaders supports the mission and work of District 196. They provide initial training and ongoing professional development for Reading Recovery teachers, monitor the progress of children throughout the site, collect data, disseminate information, and support the development of school teams. The Reading Recovery Teacher Leaders work closely with district administrators to achieve effective implementation, operation, and evaluation of the Reading Recovery Program. They also work with individual students and participate in the Reading Recovery network to maintain their own professional development. Qualifications 1. Master&#8217;s Degree in Education 2. At least 5 years of successful teaching experience, at least 3 years with primary children preferred 3. Show evidence of leadership and competence in working with colleagues and administrators 4. Experience leading staff development and coaching teachers 5. Strong initiative and high energy 6. Commitment to equity and culturally responsive teaching 7. Highly developed communication skills (including written, interpersonal, public speaking, and presentations) Responsibilities: 1. Attend Reading Recovery Teacher Leader Training through National Louis University, includes travel and a willingness to learn through technology; the degree of training will be dependent on the candidates prior Teacher Leader training 2. Provide Reading Recovery teacher training as graduate coursework at an accredited college or university according to RRCNA Standards and Guidelines 3. Assist in recruiting and identifying teachers for the training class 4. Provide trained teachers with on-going professional development sessions according to RRCNA Standards and Guidelines 5. Visit trained Reading Recovery teachers to ensure quality of the program and to provide assistance with the hardest to teach children 6. Teach daily 2-4 Reading Recovery students and meet all requirements for data collection and communication according to RRCNA Standards and Guidelines 7. Prepare an annual site report 8. Work with the site coordinator, fellow Reading Recovery Teacher Leader, and administrators to assure a quality implementation 9. Serve as a literacy leader and advocate 10. Collaborate with district literacy leaders to ensure an effective Multi-tiered System of Support 11. Participate in professional development opportunities for Reading Recovery teacher leaders sponsored by the university training center Responsible To: Director of Elementary Education Compensation: According to contractual agreement. District 196 is a public school district of choice located in the southern suburbs of Minneapolis and St. Paul. It is the fourth largest school district in Minnesota, serving 30,000 students and more than 150,000 residents. The district&#8217;s 110 square miles encompass all or part of the cities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights and Lakeville, and Empire and Vermillion townships. District 196 has 19 elementary schools (grades K-5); six middle schools (grades 6-8); four high schools (grades 9-12); an optional School of Environmental Studies at the Minnesota Zoo for juniors and seniors; an Area Learning Center for students who are more successful in a non-traditional high school setting; a K-12 special education school for students with emotional and behavioral challenges, and a special education school serving young adults ages 18-21. The district also operates two learning centers that provide early childhood and Adult Basic Education, and offers robust community education programs and classes for life-long learners of all ages. In District 196, the sky&#8217;s the limit. That&#8217;s because our committed team of educators is dedicated to helping learners explore the outer limits of their vast potential. District 196 is nationally recognized for providing boundless opportunities in which students can learn and grow. Whether they have an affinity for academics, arts and/or athletics, our goal is to expose students to the infinite possibilities that exist for their futures. Together, we encourage students each day to pursue excellence as they experience their exciting journey along the road of life. Equal Opportunity Employer District 196 does not discriminate in employment or in any of its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, membership or activity in a local human rights commission, disability, sexual orientation, age or genetic information. District 196 provides equal access to designated youth groups. The Director of Human Resources (651-423-7859) has been designated to respond to employment-related inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies. The Director of Elementary Education (651-423-7782) and the Director of Secondary Education (651-423-7712) have been designated to respond to student-related inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies. The Director of Special Education (651-423-7629) has been designated to respond to inquiries concerning the rights of a student with a disability. The mailing address for all directors is 3455 153rd Street W, Rosemount, MN 55068. District 196 uses the applicant tracking<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.frontlineeducation.com%2Fsolutions%2Frecruiting-hiring%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7Cd0deec4c162b4138b86708d7fe68bb0b%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637257598087838854&sdata=zbAwOj%2BdT6tiLsnmNWrv7t1D22Qk05FqZQeJNVHlKKA%3D&reserved=0> system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online This email may contain information that is confidential or attorney-client privileged and may constitute inside information. The contents of this email are intended only for the recipient(s) listed above. If you are not the intended recipient, you are directed not to read, disclose, distribute or otherwise use this transmission. If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete the transmission. Delivery of this message is not intended to waive any applicable privileges.
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Date Closing: 05/29/2020
Description:
1.0 FTE

Effective Date of Employment:
Beginning of the 2020-21 school year
  
Application Deadlines:
May 29, 2020 - 4:00 p.m.

 Application Procedures:
Internal and External Candidates:  Apply on-line at www.district196.org

Purpose: The Reading Recovery Teacher Leaders supports the mission and work of District 196. They provide initial training and ongoing professional development for Reading Recovery teachers, monitor the progress of children throughout the site, collect data, disseminate information, and support the development of school teams. The Reading Recovery Teacher Leaders work closely with district administrators to achieve effective implementation, operation, and evaluation of the Reading Recovery Program. They also work with individual students and participate in the Reading Recovery network to maintain their own professional development.

Qualifications
  1.  Master’s Degree in Education
  2. At least 5 years of successful teaching experience, at least 3 years with primary children preferred
  3. Show evidence of leadership and competence in working with colleagues and administrators
  4. Experience leading staff development and coaching teachers
  5. Strong initiative and high energy
  6. Commitment to equity and culturally responsive teaching
  7. Highly developed communication skills (including written, interpersonal, public speaking, and presentations)

Responsibilities:
  1. Attend Reading Recovery Teacher Leader Training through National Louis University, includes travel and a willingness to learn through technology; the degree of training will be dependent on the candidates prior Teacher Leader training
  2. Provide Reading Recovery teacher training as graduate coursework at an accredited college or university according to RRCNA Standards and Guidelines
  3. Assist in recruiting and identifying teachers for the training class
  4. Provide trained teachers with on-going professional development sessions according to RRCNA Standards and Guidelines
  5. Visit trained Reading Recovery teachers to ensure quality of the program and to provide assistance with the hardest to teach children
  6. Teach daily 2-4 Reading Recovery students and meet all requirements for data collection and communication according to RRCNA Standards and Guidelines
  7. Prepare an annual site report
  8. Work with the site coordinator, fellow Reading Recovery Teacher Leader, and administrators to assure a quality implementation
  9. Serve as a literacy leader and advocate
  10. Collaborate with district literacy leaders to ensure an effective Multi-tiered System of Support
  11. Participate in professional development opportunities for Reading Recovery teacher leaders sponsored by the university training center


Responsible To:
Director of Elementary Education

Compensation:
According to contractual agreement.
 
 District 196 is a public school district of choice located in the southern suburbs of Minneapolis and St. Paul. It is the fourth largest school district in Minnesota, serving 30,000 students and more than 150,000 residents. The district’s 110 square miles encompass all or part of the cities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights and Lakeville, and Empire and Vermillion townships.
 
District 196 has 19 elementary schools (grades K-5); six middle schools (grades 6-8); four high schools (grades 9-12); an optional School of Environmental Studies at the Minnesota Zoo for juniors and seniors; an Area Learning Center for students who are more successful in a non-traditional high school setting; a K-12 special education school for students with emotional and behavioral challenges, and a special education school serving young adults ages 18-21. The district also operates two learning centers that provide early childhood and Adult Basic Education, and offers robust community education programs and classes for life-long learners of all ages.
 
In District 196, the sky’s the limit. That’s because our committed team of educators is dedicated to helping learners explore the outer limits of their vast potential. District 196 is nationally recognized for providing boundless opportunities in which students can learn and grow. Whether they have an affinity for academics, arts and/or athletics, our goal is to expose students to the infinite possibilities that exist for their futures. Together, we encourage students each day to pursue excellence as they experience their exciting journey along the road of life.
 
Equal Opportunity Employer
District 196 does not discriminate in employment or in any of its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, membership or activity in a local human rights commission, disability, sexual orientation, age or genetic information. District 196 provides equal access to designated youth groups. The Director of Human Resources (651-423-7859) has been designated to respond to employment-related inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies. The Director of Elementary Education (651-423-7782) and the Director of Secondary Education (651-423-7712) have been designated to respond to student-related inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies. The Director of Special Education (651-423-7629) has been designated to respond to inquiries concerning the rights of a student with a disability. The mailing address for all directors is 3455 153rd Street W, Rosemount, MN 55068.
 

District 196 uses the applicant tracking system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online



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