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Primary Responsibilities: The criterion indicated below are intended to describe various types of work that may be performed. The exclusion of specific responsibilities does not prohibit them if the work is similar, related, or a logical task of the position.


  • Classroom Supporter (Partner) 
    • Co-teaches and models strategies and techniques that ensure rigorous core instruction for all learners
    • Co-plans instructional units with teachers using backward design and effective instructional practices
    • Observes teachers and provides feedback with a focus on student's academic achievement
    • Conducts teacher-driven conversations to promote reflection and to identify the next steps.
    • Provides timely and specific feedback that helps learners grow and improve instructional practices
  • Instructional Specialist 
    • Understands effective instructional practices, instructs teachers in these practices, and models the practices
    • Supports teachers’ individual and group efforts aligned to all student's needs and implements core instruction
    • Supports teachers in using differentiated instruction
    • Helps teachers select and implement appropriate instructional practices
    • Leads district and building professional development
    • Leads professional development for new staff during new teacher orientation
  • Data Coach 
    • Supports teachers’ use of data to determine appropriate instruction
    • Helps teachers understand state standards for proficiency at all grade levels and in all content areas
    • Helps teachers use multiple sources of data
    • Helps teachers use student work to identify information about their learning (formative assessment).
    • Facilitates individual and group reflections about student growth
  • Learning Facilitator 
    • Develops relationships with adults that lead to increased rigor, change in practice, reflection, and schoolwide collective efficacy that promote student achievement
    • Plans for high-quality professional learning that is integrated and embedded into day-to-day teaching and learning and that aligns with the school and district visions and missions
    • Facilitates teacher collaboration through structured learning opportunities and coaching conversations
    • Uses local, state, and national standards, and research to design and deliver professional learning
    • Actively learns and engages in professional reading and research to keep current and regularly shares new ideas with teachers and administrators.


Department: Building/Grade Level Center Based and Teaching and Learning Department


  • Illinois Professional Educator License
  • Required - Four years of classroom teaching experience with summative evaluation ratings of excellent in the past 2 years
  • Suggested - Endorsements in any of the following: Mathematics, MS, Elementary Education, Instructional Coaching, Curriculum and Instruction or Teacher Leader Program.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of data driven instruction.
  • Two or more years of experience implementing the NWEA assessment program.
  • The employee must have the foundational knowledge of district curricular standards and targets; State of Illinois learning standards; best practices in teaching; differentiated instruction; successful classroom management strategies; and other related curriculum objectives.
  • Actively learns and engages in professional reading and research to keep current and regularly shares new ideas with teachers and administrators


Competitive, based on experience and education; full benefits

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