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  • Follow all policies and procedures of Community Unit School District 300 along with state and federal regulations pertaining to Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and IDEA.
  • Provide data-driven direct instruction to students identified for math services within the general classroom setting.
  • Collaborate with teachers to identify the math needs of students, to set learning goals and targets, and to problem solve with teachers to develop best practices for continuous academic growth of students in math.
  • Uses a variety of manipulative and hands on activities to support content standards and the needs and capabilities of the individuals and student groups involved.
  • Provide and coordinate parent programs that support student achievement.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects using formal and informal assessment data.
  • Use identified needs to guide the learning process toward student mastery of New Illinois Learning Standards.
  • Collaborate with appropriate personnel regarding students who may need specialized interventions and track their achievement data.
  • Promote, monitor and maintain integrity of interventions.
  • Provide consultant/collaborative services to classroom teachers, model "best practices" and team teach as appropriate to support individuals or groups of students in learning or transferring effective strategies.
  • Strive to maintain and improve professional competences through professional development activities.
  • Attend district level meetings.
  • Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required by law, district policy, administrative guidelines or specific program requirements.
  • Maintain high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information.
  • Attend team/parent meetings as required; provide input to teams regarding student academic strengths and weaknesses.
  • Effectively communicate student progress to parents on a consistent basis.
  • Participate in universal screening activities and assist with the analysis of the data to identify students in need of Response to Intervention services.
  • Provide data to the school teams and participate in decisions about student progress.
  • Perform such other tasks and assume such other responsibilities, as may be assigned by the supervisor.


Illinois licensure with elementary self-contained endorsement required.
Strong knowledge and background math practices and concepts
Thorough understanding of New Illinois Learning Standards and Mathematical Practices
Skill in collecting, interpreting, and communicating data to a variety of audiences
Ability to work as a member of a team
Possess excellent organizational skills
Demonstrate knowledge in support and intervention strategies
Ability to work closely with other staff members
Strong communication skills (oral and written)
Thorough understanding of technology
Thorough understanding of the developmental progression of children’s math skills

Additional Notes

The Interventionist will support all aspects of instructional services in Math specifically designed for students. The Interventionist will collaborate with teachers to create support as a "team" approach ensuring that the students receive the support they need to master prerequisite numeracy skills.

How to Apply

Applications will be reviewed and selected by the District & Building's Administration. Apply online.

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