Dallas Independent School District
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2018-2019 Accelerating Campus Excellence (ACE) Campus Instructional Coach
at Dallas Independent School District
Job Reference #: 24864
Openings as of 2/18/2019
- 2018-2019 Accelerating Campus Excellence (ACE) Campus Instructional Coach JobID: 24864
- Position Type:
Related Instructional/Instructional Coach
- Date Posted:
- Closing Date:
- Schools and classrooms promote an inspiring college-going culture of high expectations
- Teachers demonstrate an unwavering belief that ALL students can achieve
- A growth mindset is embraced for students and adults with a commitment to continuous improvement
- Instructional best practices are used to accelerate learning for all students
- A commitment to data driven instruction is utilized to diagnose needs, adjust and measure progress
- Parent and community partnership is valued and supported
- Stipend incentives are awarded to faculty members for additional time commitments
- Schools provide a mix of intervention and enrichment opportunities
- Transportation is provided
- Schools serve breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Master's Degree required in Education or a directly related field from an accredited university; Texas standard Principal certificate, mid-management certificate, or a probationary certificate based on admission to a TEA approved Administration Preparation Program
- Three years of experience as a classroom teacher
- Thorough knowledge of the principles, methods, strategies, goals and objectives of public educationKnowledge of procedures, techniques and strategies pertaining to the administration of school level operation
- Ability to effectively plan, organize and coordinate the management functions and activities of school operatiAbility to carry out responsibilities with little or no supervision
- Ability to handle multiple priorities with frequent interruptions
- Ability to promote a positive, caring climate for learning
- Ability to effectively analyze problems, issues and concerns and formulate appropriate alternative solutions
- Ability to deal sensitively and fairly with persons from diverse cultural backgrounds
- Ability to interact effectively with student, staff, parents and community members
- Organizational, prioritization, communication and interpersonal skills required to achieve the goals of the position
- Participate in development and evaluation of educational programs
- Encourage the development of innovative instructional programs, helping teachers pilot such efforts, as appropriate
- Promote the use of technology in teaching/learning process
- Assist principal in the development, maintenance, and use of information systems to maintain and record progress on campus performance objectives and academic excellence indicators
- Observe employee performance, record observations, and conduct evaluation conferences
- Assist principal in interviewing, selecting and orienting new staff
- Assist in the planning of daily school activities by participating in the development of class schedules, teacher assignments, and extracurricular activity schedules
- Supervise reporting and monitoring of students attendance and work with attendance clerk on follow up investigations
- Assist with safety inspections and safety-drill practices
- Ensure that students are adequately supervised during non-instructional periods
- Conduct conferences on student and school issues with parents, students, and teachers
- Perform all other tasks and duties as assigned
Accelerating Campus Excellence Overview:
Strong Principals and Effective Teachers within a Culture of High Expectations
Philosophy: ACE team members are deeply focused on the mission of accelerating learning to close achievement gaps and ensure a college-ready foundation for each scholar. The mission is embraced with urgency, determination and perseverance. High expectations are demonstrated through extended hours with learning opportunities for students as well as professional development commitments for continuous improvement.
Mission: We will accelerate transformation of historically struggling schools through (1) strong leadership, (2) effective teaching and (3) high expectations to ensure each and every student develops the foundation for college readiness. Our schools will become beacons of hope and models of excellence within our communities.
Strong Principals and Effective Teachers: The cornerstone of the ACE program is highly effective teachers and leadership teams on campuses. Recognizing the challenges that a turnaround environment poses, the district developed an incentive plan to attract highly effective teachers relocating to an ACE campus. Stipend amounts depend on the position, and, in the case of teachers, on TEI effectiveness ratings.
Teaching at an ACE campus requires not only foundational teaching skills, but also supplemental competencies to ensure that educators are ready, willing, and able to persevere through challenges. Teachers must have competencies necessary to build a strong classroom and campus culture of social emotional support for students from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds.
Key Characteristics of an ACE School:
Extended Learning: All ACE schools have one additional hour embedded within the school day and stay open until 6 PM for additional learning and enrichment opportunities.
The Accelerating Campus Excellence Plan: for additional information regarding the ACE initiative, click on the following link:
A security check and disclosure of family relationship information is required for all positions.
No telephone calls please.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/H
Dallas Independent School District, is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by law. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, as well as board policy not to discriminate in such a manner (not all prohibited bases apply to all programs).