Resource Lab teachers will host lab sessions with a small group of students in different content areas. In addition, the teacher will communicate with classroom teachers and parents regularly to ensure student success.
Labs Positions Open:
-Learning Resource Lab: 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12
-Math Resource Lab: 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12
-Writing Resource Lab: 3-5, 9-12
-Check students' progress in their classes regularly
-Plan lessons based off students' goals and needs
-Facilitate accommodations for students within their regular classes
-Collect data on student goals and progress over the year
-Document and report student's progress on academic goals
-Regularly communicate with classroom teacher
-Regularly communicate with parents
Other responsibilities include:
-Check email on a daily basis, Monday-Friday not including holidays or breaks.
-Complete training in all technology, Kolbe philosophy and policy, and online teaching pedagogy
-Attend faculty in-service meetings as directed
-Attend all department meetings as scheduled
-Classroom teaching and/or tutoring homeschool students including students with special needs.
-Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree.
-Master's degree in field or teacher certification (any state). Preferred
-Previous experience teaching in an online environment. Preferred
-Complete teacher training
-Dedicate a work space appropriate for conducting live online classes in a professional manner.
-Special Education degree and/or certification
-Passion and familiarity with online learning
-Passion for in-home education and parental support
-Familiarity with materials in multiple subject areas
-Engaging and compassionate personality
-Ability and desire to be flexible and trying new things to support students
-Organized and professional
-Catholic and Virtuous
-Understanding of Classical/Ignatian Methodology