This teacher will work with the Learning Specialist, Division Heads, and academic subject area teachers to properly group students for Instructional Support Instruction after consideration of the learning style and level of academic functioning of each student. He/she will work with content area teachers to develop instructional goals and objectives for each student, and select appropriate instructional materials to achieve the goals and objectives specified using the current curriculum and materials. This teacher will ensure coordination of Instructional Support materials, keeping records of student achievement, and the collection of data to share with the Learning Specialist, Division Heads, and academic subject teachers. He/she will provide push in/pull out instruction to designated students, as well as regular contact with parents, Learning Specialist, Division Heads, and academic subject area teachers to provide feedback of student progress. He/she will participate in grade level meetings for students receiving Instructional Support instruction and attend weekly meetings with the Learning Specialist to review progress of students receiving basic skills instruction.
About Saddle River Day School
Saddle River Day School, located in the hills of Saddle River, New Jersey, was founded in 1957. Its student body of 300+ boys and girls is drawn from 64 communities in Bergen, Essex and Passaic Counties in New Jersey and Rockland County in New York. Saddle River Day School is composed of three divisions: the Lower Division, the Middle Division and the Upper Division. Saddle River Day School is a non-profit, non-discriminatory, co-educational, college-preparatory independent day school accredited by the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the State of New Jersey. Over 70% of the faculty hold advanced degrees.