The Baldwin School seeks applicants for a Middle School and Upper School Learning Specialist and Instructional Coach full-time position for the remainder of the 2022-23 academic school year. The individual in this position will provide learning support and enrichment for students in grades 6 - 12 as well as to build teacher capacity and their understanding of instructional best practices. The successful candidate will possess excellent content knowledge; expertise in intervention and enrichment strategies for mathematics and literacy; a passion for teaching and learning; creativity and a thirst for innovation; enthusiasm for working with students, families, and colleagues; a very high level of energy, creativity and flexibility; a growth mindset; and a sense of humor. She or he will be able to inspire and empower students and faculty to learn; collaborate and engage in daily conversations and experiences with students and colleagues; possess excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills; and commit to ongoing professional development and lifelong learning. Successful candidates will have an understanding of and appreciation for girls' education.
Teach students in grades 6 - 12 to establish foundational math or literacy skills and extend learning in small groups, large groups, and/or 1:1 formats as appropriate.
Support students in small groups and or 1:1 with executive functioning skills and active study methods
Work with Middle and Upper School Faculty to ensure optimal learning experiences for students in their classes. This includes communicating with teachers to understand expectations for various assessments and daily work
Assess student progress and adjust individual work with them appropriately
Conduct informal assessments and screenings
Maintain strong communication with colleagues, families, and administration through written notes, documentation, emails, calls, and in-person discussions.
Collaborate with Learning Specialists and Counseling colleagues and Middle and Upper School to observe students in classrooms, provide guidance about outside resources, and advise in curriculum and instruction development.
Collaborate with Learning Specialists and Counseling colleagues and Middle and Upper School to read and interpret the results of neuropsychological evaluations; synthesize information and provide a summary for faculty and administration; make recommendations about classroom modifications and testing accommodations.
Coordinate requests to College Board and ACT for accommodations, ordering and scheduling of school based test days
Work with faculty, parents, and private contractors on behalf of students who require specialized academic instruction.
Other duties as assigned.
Master's Degree in Literacy, Curriculum and Instruction, Special Education, or another related field.
3-5 years teaching students with diverse needs.
In-depth knowledge of mathematics, reading, and writing curricula; demonstrated experience in differentiation, enrichment, and intervention strategies; facility with a variety of common academic and behavioral assessments.
Enthusiasm for embracing the independent school model of mentoring, advising and supporting students outside the classroom.
Working knowledge of Macintosh operating systems.
Experience with G-Suite/Google Apps for Education.
Comfortable using online texts, iPads, SMART Boards, student information systems, and other computer systems.
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Founded in 1888, The Baldwin School is an independent college preparatory school, developing talented girls into confident young women with vision, global understanding and the competency to make significant and enduring contributions to the world. The School nurtures our students’ passion for intellectual rigor in academics, creativity in the arts and competition in athletics, forming women capable of leading their generation while living balanced lives. In a nurturing atmosphere that reflects socioeconomic, ethnic and religious diversity, our girls strive to develop scholarship, leadership and citizenship within a community that emphasizes ethical integrity and independence of thought.