Details: experience depending
3309 16th Street Northwest
District of Columbia
Duties and Primary Responsibilities:
- Teach a Basic and Intermediate level TESOL classes four days a week, Monday - Thursday.
- Plan and develop daily lesson plans appropriate to the needs and goals of the students in the program in accordance with CASAS competencies, CCRS, and workforce development guidelines under WIOA.
- Incorporate digital literacy instruction within ESL curriculum. Store lesson plans electronically on shared drive.
- Design lesson plans using individual and class profiles generated by TopsPro and highlight areas to focus on.
- Design creative lesson plans relevant to the needs of adult learners.
- Report accurate class attendance daily.
- Administer Empire State Screen for Learning Differences and refer students that may need further testing to Case Manager.
- Upon entry into the program, determine and track employment, education and personal goals of each student.
- Upon entry into the program determine baseline Digital Literacy level using Northstar Digital Literacy Assessment
- Administer the CASAS Appraisal, Pre-Test, and Post-Test for every student online.
- Administer CASAS test to CDA students and tailor ESL homework packets according to test results.
- Meet individually with adult learners every four months to discuss progress, CASAS scores and goals.
- Assist in maintaining day to day contact with families in Family Literacy to ensure retention and participation in all components of Family Literacy. Weekly call absent students to encourage engagement.
- Assist in planning student recognition, graduation ceremonies & special events.
- Assist in recruiting families who qualify according to the established guidelines.
- Assist Family Literacy team in planning and conducting home visits four times a year.
- Follow up with individual family goals and introduce literacy activities during home visits.
- Supervise classroom interns and volunteers; maintain relationships with local universities and professors. Write timely references for interns and volunteers.
- Supervise and support community speakers and instructors during presentations; facilitate discussions and learning objectives.
- Generate monthly narrative reports on each ESL class.
- Maintain accurate count of new students, overall attendance and total hours weekly.
- Assist in registration and enrollment processes for new students.
- Regular meetings with the Chief Academic Officer for guidance, collaboration, and evaluation.
- Participates and engage in weekly team meetings.
- Submit accurate timesheets online bi-weekly.
- Submit yearly Professional Development goals to Chief Academic Officer.
- Collaborate and contribute in creative curriculum development meetings with Chief Academic Officer.
Qualifications and Skills Required:
- B.A., B.S. in Education, or related field required. MA in Adult Education or TESOL preferred
- Experience working with low-income, low literacy families and children
- Ability to develop positive relationships & collaborate in a team environment
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
- Strong digital literacy skills and ability to learn and implement new technology in the classroom
- Comfortable using Google Platform such as Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Drive
- Commitment to supporting issues affecting low-income and under-served populations
- Flexible and adaptable to the changing needs of adult learners
- Creativity in curriculum development and classroom engagement
Level of Language Proficiency
English and Spanish required
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please send cover letter and resume to Alana Neptune email@example.com