QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Standard New Mexico teaching license with endorsements in Bilingual Education and TESOL
  2. A. Degree in Bilingual Education or Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
  3. Five years experience in an English as a Second Language (ESL) and/or Bilingual classroom setting
  4. Experience in collecting data, disaggregating, and analyzing student achievement data for the purpose of evaluating program effectiveness

 

 

REPORTS TO: Bilingual/Federal Programs Director or Designee

 

JOB GOALS:

  1. To coordinate professional development for district personnel in order to accomplish the English language acquisition goals set forth in the No Child Left Behind Law of 2001
  2. To mentor ESL teachers, in the methods and techniques of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) to assist students in achieving the goals set forth in the No Child Left Behind Law of 2001

 

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  1. Survey professional development needs and implement a training program to meet identified needs in accordance with Title ll-A of No Child Left Behind.
  2. Implement the parent involvement component of the Title lll-A program and seek additional ways of meeting parent needs incompliance with the program.
  3. Assist the Bilingual/Federal Programs Director and the bilingual Education Program where applicable.
  4. Mentor ESL teachers by working in classrooms (3days weekly). These visits will ensure the highest quality instruction.
  5. Other duties as required by the Director or Designee.