Math Interventionist - Baton Rouge Materra Campus
About the organization
BASIS Charter Schools hire Subject Experts, and we give them the freedom to teach! We also hire Student Affairs/non-teaching staff to support our students, academically and socioemotionally. Our robust, world-class curriculum provides unlimited teaching opportunities. All teachers hold a bachelor's degree or higher, and completed coursework in the subject they teach. Many have related professional experience in their field of study. Teacher certification is not required. Each SET specializes in their own area of interest. We provide the "blueprint" or topics to cover for each course. Then, we let the experts teach with creativity and autonomy. BASIS.ed trains SETs in the BASIS Charter School model, and teachers are mentored and supported at the school and network levels. SETs have opportunities to also lead student clubs, coach sports, propose electives, and advise Senior Research Projects.
BASIS Baton Rouge Materra Campus - Home of the Gators is seeking a Math Interventionist for the 2023/24 school year!
Learn more about BASIS Baton Rouge Materra Campus - https://enrollbasis.com/baton-rouge-materra/
BASIS Ed School teams offer an incredible opportunity to be deeply involved in an academic community that is dynamic, exciting and unpredictable. You'll join others in a highly social, supportive and collaborative environment.
Qualifications of an ideal candidate:
Minimum of 2 years teaching experience
Minimum of 2 years in a school leadership position
Minimum of 2 years administrative or interventionist experience
Strong data driven skills/excellence with producing and analyzing large quantities of student growth data
Deep understanding of the RTI/SST model of support/Child Find
Promote and maintain positive student-teacher-family relationships
Contact email: [email protected]
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