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RTI Coordinator (Part Time)

Position Summary

DC Scholars Stanton Elementary is seeking a part-time Response to Intervention (RTI) Coordinator who is passionate about supporting elementary students and pushing them to achieve their highest academic and personal potential. This person will be responsible for overseeing our RTI program and supporting our teacher teams with developing targeted interventions. This position will be based at DC Scholars Stanton Elementary school for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Responsibilities

  • Manage all aspects of the RTI program, to include:
    • Designing systems for a smooth academic and behavioral RTI process
    • Managing the RTI meeting schedule
    • Working with teacher teams to analyze student data
    • Developing targeted interventions in collaboration with teacher teams
  • Collaborate with general and special education teachers to meet the needs of all learners and to design effective instructional and behavioral plans
  • Progress monitor students involved in the RTI process to ensure that interventions are implemented with fidelity and show student progress
  • Plans and facilitates professional development for staff to introduce RTI knowledge & intervention skills throughout the year
  • Reward positive student behavior and hold students accountable using school-wide systems
  • Receive feedback and coaching from school leaders
  • Coordinate with members of the Instructional Leadership Team to ensure the academic program is of the highest quality and that all students are successful.
  • A small portion of the time might be dedicated to directly delivering interventions to students

Skills and Characteristics

  • Outstanding instructional and management skills
  • Strong content knowledge in remediation and intervention
  • Passion for scholars with diverse learning needs
  • Openness to learn and grow as a member of our team
  • Ability to motivate diverse students and cultivate a strong culture of achievement
  • Demonstrated use of data to inform instructional planning
  • Enthusiasm and openness to continuous feedback and coaching
  • Unshakeable belief that all students should be held to high academic standards
  • Genuine interest in family engagement, and ability to communicate effectively with parents
  • Personal alignment DC Scholars Community Schools’ core values

Background and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field
  • 3+ years of experience with elementary teaching, coaching and/or administration
  • Familiarity with the Response to Intervention (RTI) approach to academic and/or behavior support
  • Proficiency in analyzing student data and using it to develop interventions
  • Demonstrated ability to achieve exceptional results with children
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and strong interpersonal skills with students, parents, colleagues, and community members
  • Ability to motivate diverse students and cultivate a strong culture of achievement
  • Consistently collaborates with colleagues and commits to learning from others
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