Summer Shuffle specifically targets children that are between 3 to 5 years old, who live in a BHP development. The program will run from June 11th through July 19th*, occurring every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00am to 12:00pm** (class runs from 9:30am to 11:30am). Additionally, every Thursday evening there will be a family engagement night from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Teachers will be paid hourly, at a rate of $42.00 per hour for a total of approximately 90 hours including training, curriculum planning, and on-site work.
Responsibilities of Summer Shuffle teachers include the following:- Act as site coordinator at assigned site- Manage a staff of two paraeducators and any volunteers at assigned site- Oversee the day-to-day implementation of the program and the family nights at assigned site- Plan and implement family nights every Thursday at assigned site- Work with your team to implement literacy and language lesson plans using the materials provided- Coordinate with the BHP site coordinator to ensure an effective program- Communicate with BHP employees regarding program logistics- Manage staffing and scheduling changes/substitutes at assigned site- Implement best practices to support students- Use provided materials and lesson plans to plan and facilitate engaging themed family nights - Build positive and supportive relationships with students and their families- Encourage and promote family attendance at Summer Shuffle events (e.g., family nights)- Foster and support families and children to extend learning at home- Foster a love of reading, learning, and exploring- Support children in technology use for literacy development- Participate in any training and debriefing sessions- Set and monitor student attendance goals- Monitor student progress and growth with assessments provided- Gather and submit any needed information to the Impact on Education Program Manager- Submit time sheets weekly
Required Qualifications:- Certified teacher- Experience with early childhood education- Strong leadership skills- Ability to manage and coordinate a small team- Strong commitment to and passion for building relationships with families- Knowledge of best practices in PK literacy instruction, intervention, and assessment- Knowledge of High Leverage strategies for English Language Development- Flexible, adaptable, and engaging with kids- Ability to work well with a diverse group of learners - Ability to work with small groups and one-on-one- Bilingual (Spanish/English)
Desired Qualifications:- Experience with working with linguistically diverse populations- Training in Reading Recovery/DLL and/or Leveled Literacy Intervention/LLI - Familiarity with technology (e.g, iPads, chromebooks)
If interested, please complete this Summer Shuffle Google Application no later than 4/20/18. Interviews will be held in April/May.
If you have any questions, please contact the Program Manager at Impact on Education, Tara Fosburgh: email@example.com
* No class the week of July 4th (July 2nd - 5th)** Manhattan BHP site will be from 8:30am to 11:30am with class running from 9am to 11am.