Middle School ELL Teacher (21-22)

Intrepid College Prep Schools

About the organization

Intrepid College Prep is a network of free, college preparatory public charter schools located in Antioch. We educate scholars at two campuses: Opportunity Academy Middle School and Independence Academy High School.

Our 5-12 model ensures that scholars have the opportunity to engage in a rigorous, college-preparatory education for eight years prior to their transition to college and the professional opportunities that follow. We are an open-enrollment school, which means that our students do not have to take an entrance test or pay tuition to enroll.

Duties

WHAT YOU’LL DO
Our lessons engage students in rigorous, grade-level conceptual understandings and critical thinking skills. We offer rigorous learning material in an equitable environment by planning targeted differentiation and thoughtful scaffolds to best meet the needs of our diverse learners. We communicate high expectations to the young minds in our classrooms, and we deeply believe they can meet those academic expectations.

At Intrepid, we have the privilege of serving one of the highest ELL populations in Metro Nashville Public Schools. In order to support, grow and push our ELL students, we have a comprehensive model, including co-teaching, data-driven interventions, and individualized accommodations.

Responsibilities:
Provide direct, co-teaching instruction to students in need of ELL services in an inclusion setting.
Advise teachers on modifying/accommodating curriculum for ELL students.
Work specifically with ELL students during assigned periods of the day.
Manage components of the ELL program including, but not limited to: completing of necessary paperwork, management of parent and student communications, executing of student testing/screening, and upholding of general Department of Education compliance requests.
Utilize structured planning time (minimum of 100 minutes) and professional development opportunities built into the school day to plan the highest quality lessons.
Engage in a community where teaching is public (i.e. engaging in cl

Qualifications

Qualifications:
Tennessee Certification in the appropriate content area, with a track record of data-driven achievement.
Holds a B.A./B.S. degree with a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5.
Minimum of two years teaching experience in an urban public school or charter school setting (preferred, but not required).
Degree in subject area intended to teach (preferred, but not required).
Speaks Spanish or has experience working with bilingual students (preferred, but not required).

Application instructions

Contact email: kmcl[email protected]

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