Mathematics Department Instructional Coordinator

Company Name:
Placement Services USA, Inc.
Plan and develop math instructional materials and supervise the implementation of educational content under state standards as well as the integration of current technologies into mathematics curricula. Research emerging content-related instructional strategies and technologies for potential piloting and implementation at the school. Coordinate content-related instructional technology policies and implement procedures as developed and approved. Develop instructional assessments, then collect and analyze data from assessments using SPSS Statistics and SAS statistical software, and recommend appropriate curricular modification to ensure efforts are having a positive effect on student achievement. Work closely with external professional learning centers including the
Charter Schools Agency and Metro Atlanta Regional Education Service Agency to offer training opportunities and educational resources for staff. Participate in workshops, committees, and conferences designed to promote the intellectual, social, and physical welfare of students. Supervise online/virtual courses offered by the Georgia Virtual School and higher education institutes including Georgia Tech Calculus and Brigham Young University online courses for high school students. Oversee all department syllabi; reviews and approves weekly and unit lesson plans of all department teachers to coordinate teacher instruction and pacing. Observe work of teaching staff to evaluate performance, and recommend changes that could strengthen teaching skills. Recommend optimum teacher placement for math instruction. Initiate and supervise competitive math teams and their participation in regional, state, and national competitions.
Requires 2 years of experience in the offered job, or 2 years of experience as a charter school math teacher
Requires a Ph.D. in Education with a major in math education or in curriculum and instruction.
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