This opening calls for specific teaching qualifications set by the school.
CalWest’s client school in the Los Angeles area seeks a Middle School Math Intervention Specialist to begin on August 1, 2023.
CalWest Required Qualifications
- A Bachelor’s Degree and/or other educational requirements listed on the job description
- Requisite skills commensurate with the position
- A reasonable commuting distance to the CalWest client school, or a willingness to relocate
- Authorization to live and work in the United States
Client School Preferred Qualifications
- Possess a California credential (or be enrolled in a university program): single subject in Mathematics, or multiple subject with subject authorization in Mathematics;
- Have experience at the elementary and/or middle level and enjoy working with middle school students;
- Experience with CPM and/or CGI Math preferred;
- At least five years of successful math teaching experience preferred;
- Specific knowledge of common core math content, learning progressions, and key instructional shifts;
- Demonstrated pedagogical excellence including proven intervention expertise, differentiated instruction and student-centered methodologies;
- Actively engage with and support the school’s social justice mission and demonstrates a commitment to intersectional, anti-racist education;
- Be flexible and be a team player;
- Have a positive outlook, enjoy collaborating with colleagues and appreciate different points of view.
- Work collaboratively with math colleagues and principal to develop a strategic plan for improving math outcomes;
- Create and Execute a highly rigorous mathematics intervention program guiding students to mastery of the Common Core Content Standards at grade level;
- Collaborate well with grade level math teachers, grade level teams, resource teachers, and leadership;
- Provide a caring and supportive learning environment for students;
- Provide targeted instruction to small groups of students in a pull-out setting and occasional push-in setting;
- Use data to inform practice: analyze formal and informal student assessment results, and use this information to drive and inform instruction;
- Participate in social justice and community engagement activities;
- Work well as a team player to prepare students for success in high school, college and the world beyond;
- Serve as a positive role model;
- Collaborate well with co-teachers and colleagues – in grade level teams, curriculum teams, and full faculty;
- Provide accommodations and support in accordance with IEPs and 504 plans when applicable;
- Provide scaffolds for all learners including multilingual learners through iELD and dELD;
- Demonstrate a commitment to the whole child, with concern for each student’s academic and social-emotional well-being;
- Facilitate an “open door classroom,” where best practice is shared with colleagues and visitors, and where all staff members embrace their role as learners.
$ 60,000 – $ 99,000