The Student Support Learning Specialist (K-12) is responsible for overseeing and facilitating student support services.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Student Support Learning Specialist will:
• Partner proactively with faculty and administration to identify and support students with different learning styles, and teachers in their efforts to differentiate curricula and address different learning needs.
• Observe and evaluate individual students displaying academic or behavioral difficulties and assess their learning strengths and challenges.
• Develop and write student support plans with short and long-term goals and specific objectives.
• Maintain confidential student records and keep accurate documentation of sessions, meetings, and assessments.
• Direct one-on-one or small-group instruction and oversee resource teachers.
• Coordinate meetings with teachers and parents, and oversee communication with parents.
• Recommend resources for identified students.
• Provide resources to help faculty and parents with questions about learning challenges.
• Work with professionals outside the school to support students and coordinate and facilitate communication between student, family, school, and other involved professionals.
• Secure testing accommodations for qualifying students.
• Work with the Director of Curriculum and Student Support to provide professional development opportunities for faculty in area of academic and behavioral needs.
• Participate in committee, department, and staff meetings as well as school-sponsored events that would benefit from your area of expertise.
• Be involved in the school community at large.
• Assume responsibility for other projects as assigned by the Director of Curriculum and Student Support.
• Oversee after school learning support.