Mrs. Rosales

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Mrs. Rosales

Job Goal:  To serve as a partner to teachers, administrators, and district leaders to improve  instructional practice and instructional technology integration, thus increasing student achievement.

Performance Responsibilities Include:

  • Models a partnership approach and incorporates partnership principles into work with teachers, administrators, and other members of the school community
  • Models lifelong learning and growth mindset by participating in professional development opportunities to increase knowledge and skills in partnership, data to inform instruction, instructional coaching/adult learning, curriculum, instructional technology, etc.
  • Collaborates with all school leaders to advance a culture of high expectations and growth for students and adults with differentiated supports
  • Visits classrooms daily to stay connected to instructional practices and to share strengths with larger learning community
  • Facilitates reflective professional dialogue and collaboration concerning research-based instructional practices, student achievement, and instructional technology integration between and among teachers and leaders
  • Partners with classroom teachers and school leaders to plan, organize, and model best practices to include: research-based instructional strategies, authentic use of instructional technology, and standards-based lesson design
  • Assists teachers and leaders in analyzing and disaggregating classroom, local and state assessment data to inform instruction and make necessary adjustments to improve student learning
  • Designs, facilitates, leads, and participates in building level embedded professional learning while encouraging team building, peer partnering/coaching, and a positive school culture
  • Designs and leads K-12 district level professional learning
  • Promotes, develops, and supports vertical and horizontal teaming to enhance instruction and student learning
  • Partners with teachers in coaching cycles to increase the use of instructional best practices and to promote authentic use of instructional technology
  • Provides differentiated coaching to teachers and leaders based on individual instructional needs as identified through multiple data sources (informal classroom observation, student achievement, formative assessment, etc.)
  • Assists in the implementation of the components of the Continuous Improvement Plan that are directly related to instruction and/or technology
  • Identifies and empowers teacher leaders
  • Models the appropriate use of instructional best practices and technology to enhance and extend instruction and student learning during co-teaching, coaching cycles, leading professional development, etc.
  • Models confidentiality within coaching relationships
  • Demonstrates a positive and technically competent set of public relations skills including oral communication, written communication, and listening skills in group and one-on-one situations as necessary
  • Completes other duties as assigned
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