Implementation Manager (Las Vegas, NV)
- Thu 24 Sep 2020 - 9:56 PM
A Carnegie Learning Implementation Manager is a former mathematics teacher and master practitioner, well-versed in mathematics content and pedagogy. Implementation Managers work directly with classroom teachers to foster a growth mindset, promote the effective use of Carnegie Learning resources and support the development of their teaching practices in order to improve learning in mathematics for all students throughout the school year.
Carnegie Learning Implementation Managers are dedicated full-time to a school district from the first day of school until the last. They work with teachers in schools and classrooms four days per week with one office day to plan, prepare, organize data, and provide feedback/reports to teachers and leaders.
WHAT YOUR DAY WILL LOOK LIKE
Consistently, effectively and directly interact with classroom teachers to improve the teaching and learning process in mathematics and promote the effective use of Carnegie Learning resources. Some examples may include:
Formal Coaching Cycles
Demonstration Lesson Cycles
Custom Professional Development Sessions
Establish partnerships with teachers and school leaders and uses those partnerships to ensure successful implementation of research-based mathematics strategies.
Document classroom visits through Media-X and provide feedback for individual teachers regularly.
Deliver engaging professional learning workshops; including, but not limited to, Initial Implementation Workshop, Leadership Workshops, Unit/Module Overviews, Math Academies, Webinars, etc.
Develop correlations, custom curriculum, rubrics, and/or other documents to support specific customer needs.
Collaborate with other Math Specialists to ensure consistent support district-wide.
Other duties as needed.
WHAT SHOULD BE IN YOUR BACKPACK
Masters degree (preferred), Bachelors degree (required) in mathematics education (preferred) or education
5 years or more of classroom teaching experience in middle or high school mathematics
Experience teaching with Carnegie Learning resources (preferred)
Experience mentoring, coaching, or managing teachers and/or delivering professional development (preferred)
Understanding of school and district infrastructure including technology environments and management
Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills
DIVERSITY INCLUSION STATEMENT
We respect and celebrate the unique attributes, characteristics and perspectives that make each person who they are. We also believe that bringing diverse individuals together allows us to collectively and more effectively address the issues that face our business and industry. Carnegie Learning is an Equal Opportunity Employer.