The School of Education seeks clinical supervisors to provide support in the assessment of student teachers and in-service fieldwork observers currently enrolled in various teacher preparation programs. Supervisors act as resources for students, as well as liaisons between the College and the field. Supervisors offer experience and objective perspectives on overall classroom effectiveness. The position offers the flexibility of scheduling.Currently seeking candidates with the following certifications: Adolescent Literacy and/or Reading Specialist, Childhood Literacy and/or Reading Specialist, Childhood/Special Education, TESOL, Early Childhood, Adolescent English, Math, Science, & History.Responsibilities:
- Observe and gather assessment data on lessons conducted by student teachers at various school sites in the five boroughs or Westchester.
- Provide descriptive feedback on a student teacher's execution of professional responsibilities (lesson planning, implementation, and assessment, classroom interaction, maintenance of records).
- Help the student teacher to relate teaching theory to classroom practice (e.g., discuss reasons for selecting materials and methods).
- Help the student-teacher develop consistent classroom management practices conducive to learning, which promote respect for others and cultural and linguistic diversity.
- Assist the fieldwork observer in identifying and reflecting on key areas of teacher practice to inform substantive discussions and next steps for observation and reflection.
- Submit monthly observation reports to our Classes LMS.
- Work closely with the Director of School Partnerships to troubleshoot fieldwork experiences.
- Attend two professional development meetings annually.
- Five or more years of P-12 teaching experience
- Familiarity with the Danielson Framework
- Certification in area of supervision - Childhood, Adolescent, Literacy, Special Education
- Proficiency in desktop publishing and use of software management systems (e.g., Brightspace/Classes)
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Excellent people skills and organizational skills
- Experience with NYC DOE or Westchester public schools
ADJ055PJob Open Date
11/30/2021Job Close Date
02/28/2022Open Until Filled
NoSpecial Instructions to Applicant
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