||Generation Hope Laptop Program
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The Program Instructor will interact with middle school students, parents, and campus liaisons. They will present structured after-school curriculum and coordinating projects in a manner to help actualize the mission statement and goals of the program. Must be available for after school instruction two evenings a week as well as attend the once-a-month Saturday events and twice a month Instructor Meetings. Instructors are expected to interact with students and parents outside of the classroom in order to effectively create cohesive relationships bettering student achievement. Program Instructor reports to a Supervisor and/or Executive Director. The Program Instructor will be under direction to teach and instruct pupils in grades 6 through 8 in middle school academic S.T.E.M. subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and other educational skill areas with the use of technology; to plan, develop, organize and conduct a comprehensive educational program for middle school level pupils; to assist middle school level pupils in making appropriate life style adjustments regarding the importance of an education, and in the determination of math, science, and technology choices; and to do other related functions as well.
Must be able to pass Crowley, Everman, and Fort Worth ISD background check.
Must possess a 2.75 GPA minimum and be of sophomore status of higher (freshman applicants not admitted at this time)
Experience in working with childhood/ middle-school aged youth.
Create a classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate to the social and emotional development of students.
Be able to emphasis on language development and emergent literacy skills of middle school aged children.
Must demonstrate the ability to support the social and emotional development of children.
Provide activities and opportunities that encourage curiosity, exploration, and problem-solving that is appropriate.
Participate in team planning sessions with project staff.
Work cooperatively and effectively as a team member by communicating and contributing information.
Work with the Program Instructor to provide comprehensive curriculum.
Maintain open, friendly, and cooperative relationship with each child’s family and encourages their involvement in the program.
Demonstrate behavior that is professional, ethical, and responsible.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Generation Hope Executive Director.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Must be flexible and adaptable to meet the needs of the children and program.
Experience working with persons from A diverse cultural and economic backgrounds.
Plan, organize, develop and conduct a comprehensive teaching and instruction program for pupils at the middle school level;
Provide a motivating and stimulating learning environment;
Follow safety procedures and written and verbal instructions;
Work effectively with staff, students and public;
Organize tasks, set up priorities and meet deadlines, manage multiple tasks;
Demonstrate good judgment and good problem-solving skills;
Respond appropriately to evaluation and changes in the work setting.
Teach & instruct in intervention classes designed to close the academic achievement gap for students performing below level.
Utilize an adopted course of study, instructional program guidelines, and other materials in planning and developing lesson plans.
Conduct teaching and instructional activities, using educational equipment, and technology.
Academic, social, and behavioral characteristics of middle school level pupils.
M-F: 3 pm. - 6 p.m.