Title I Teacher
(May also be referred to as Academic Interventionist, Intervention Specialist, Intervention Teacher, Math Interventionist, Reading Interventionist)
Collaborate with the general education staff to create and provide supplemental instruction to eligible students.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
· Provide individualized and/or small-group instruction for students in the Title I program
· Administer assessments and screeners and participate in decisions regarding:
o determining eligibility for entry into Title I program
o creating appropriate interventions
o exiting students from the Title I program
· Maintain close communications with regular classroom teachers regarding the progress of and concerns about Title I students
· Participate in regularly scheduled meetings to discuss and plan interventions for individual students including, but not limited to RTI team meetings, data team meetings, PBS team meetings, etc.
· If Title I paraprofessionals are a resource in the building, plan interventions that utilize the Title I paraprofessional to implement those interventions and provide monitoring and feedback regarding the interventions
· Perform all other necessary duties in teaching students, such as ensuring materials are procured for lessons, maintaining appropriate climate for learning, etc.
· Help evaluate the effectiveness of Title I program and its impact on student achievement
· Participate in regularly scheduled Title I meetings with the Title I Coordinator to discuss the program as a whole with a view toward improvements throughout the year
· Design and implement daily lesson plans for intervention activities, turn in a daily schedule/list of students served and comply with all other documentation and data requirements
· Conduct formal and informal parent-teacher conferences
· Maintain activity logs and ‘time and effort’ documentation that comply with regulatory requirements
· Other duties as assigned
· Must meet No Child Left Behind requirements for highly qualified teachers in the grade levels and content areas in which services will be provided.
· Demonstrated proficiency in a teaching/tutoring capacity.
· Demonstrated proficiency in the design and implementation of academic interventions preferred.
· Evidence of successful experience in student and adult relations.