Moss Street Partnership School staff work with K-5 students, other faculty of the Partnership School, professional education program faculty at UNCG, relevant personnel from Rockingham County Schools, and external agency personnel with the mission of improving teaching and learning for students at the Partnership School. The Assistant Director – Student Learning Strategist will work with the Principal to nurture a culture of innovation and transformative learning and support effective instructional practices and strategies that promote K-5 student academic success, provide access to opportunities for all students, and foster personal success for all students and adults in a caring and responsive school community. The Student Learning Strategist will work collaboratively to develop and implement policies, innovative programs, curriculum activities, professional development, and resource management that achieve the school’s mission, commitments, and goals. The Student Learning Strategist will work collaboratively with the Principal and with university staff to support the work of teacher leadership preparation, school leadership preparation, and education research.
Master’s degree in educational leadership, curriculum and instruction, or related field. Current teaching license or eligibility for a teaching license in NC. Minimum three years of teaching experience. Excellent oral and written communication skills; evidence of skill in working with high needs students. Qualifying degrees must be conferred and received from appropriately accredited institutions.
A current license or eligibility for licensure in school administration, as a Curriculum Instructional Specialist, or as an Exceptional Children Program Administrator is preferred. Preference will be given to candidates with leadership experience in an elementary school setting who can provide evidence of:
Knowledge of school and university partnerships;
Knowledge of and experience with implementing culturally relevant practices;
Willingness to take the initiative to learn the duties, responsibilities, and expectations of the work and operations of the partnership school;
Strong interpersonal relationship skills, including collaboration with community members, school personnel, and university personnel;
Experience providing instructional support and coaching to teachers;
Willingness to be receptive to innovative practices and procedures;
Innovation, transformative practice, and outcome orientation;
Technological proficiency across multiple platforms, including PowerSchool;
Self-direction and organization with attention to detail;
Willingness to work independently and with groups and teams.
Internal Number: 998401
About The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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