Liberal Arts Career Services
Liberal Arts Career Services

AISD AmeriCorps, Math/ELA Success Tutor, Application Deadline, BTT Gateway Job ID 11286

Fri, January 29, 2016

Explore the position and learn how to apply via your BTT Gateway account, Job ID 11286

Austin ISD seeks both Math and ELA Tutors to provide direct, targeted, small group instruction to high school students in mathematics. All work must be done in accordance with AISD policies and procedures. 

• Participate in a two-week training program prior to performing duties and in on-going trainings, seminars and team building activities throughout the term of service. This two week training program occurs prior to any contact with students and is part of the member’s service commitment. 
• Provides small group guided instruction to students during the school day with oversight of teacher, project coordinator and/or instructional coaches. Tutors may pull students out of class to provide instruction or may tutor small groups of students in the classroom. The number of students tutored regularly will depend on the type of tutoring (i.e., students pulled out of class or students tutored in class). Tutors are expected to provide regular tutoring (i.e., totaling 30 tutoring hours per year) to at least 30 students by the end of their term of service. 
• Presents material to students based on lesson plans and document, report and track student outcomes. 
• Cooperates with the teacher, project coordinator and/or instructional coaches to plan and organize instructional material. 
• Monitors student progress using district developed assessments with oversight of teacher, project coordinator and/or instructional coaches. 
• Utilizes strategies to maximize student time on task 
• Participates in school activities supporting academic success and/or promoting a college going culture.
• Creates bulletin boards and/or other educational displays. 
• Participates in occasional service projects. 

• Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required. 
• Work or volunteer experience in education, social services and/or community based organizations is preferred. 

• Is proficient in reading, writing and speaking English. 
• Has a basic understanding of subject areas to be taught and ability to interact with and relate to children. 
• Excellent organizational skills and interest in working with diverse populations. 
• Has the ability to operate audio/visual equipment, computer equipment, and other office equipment to support activities relating to the school turnaround program. 

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    2304 Whitis Ave. Stop G6200
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