CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTIONAL H.T.
1. DESCRIPTION OF DISTRICT LEVEL DELIVERY MODEL
The Helping Teachers are appointed for renewable two year terms to provide district leadership in the development and implementation of Curriculum. The Helping Teacher, in consultation with the Director of Instruction, will work with teachers, administrators, and other district personnel to provide support for learners through:
a) maintaining a current knowledge base of learning theory and research, Ministry programs, curricula and resources;
b) working as a curriculum team member;
c) providing leadership with integrated curricular approaches;
d) facilitating and providing district in-service and staff training development sessions for teachers and administrative officers;
e) chairing and coordinating appropriate committee meetings;
f) communicating with teachers, administrators, other district personnel, Ministry of Education officials and others regarding District and Provincial programs;
g) providing budget information;
h) identifying appropriate learning resources and facilitating the ordering of relevant learning resources for the District and schools;
i) monitoring-program delivery and emergent needs.
2. MINIMUM ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE
a) Bachelor of Education Degree or equivalent with minimum coursework in the area of specified responsibility;
b) valid B.C. Teaching Certificate;
c) five years of school based teaching which includes a minimum of two years classroom experience;
d) participation in collaborative planning and facilitating of professional development activities.
3. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE
a) possession of, or working toward, a Master of Education Degree or equivalent and appropriate course work in the area of (Specify) Education;
b) elementary and secondary teaching experience and an interest or experience in the area of (Specify) Arts Education;
c) in-depth knowledge of (Specify) programs and current issues in delivery of service.
4. REPORTING STRUCTURE
The Helping Teacher is accountable in the execution of the assigned duties to a Director of Instruction.