Coach, support and lead teachers on data-based decision-making that will raise school readiness skills,
increase teacher effectiveness, promote research-based practices and share resources.
Conduct observations using CLASS Reliability tool.
Maintain orderly and accurate documents for program, identify current data collection methods,
propose new or modify data collection strategies to monitor and improve school readiness measures. (Child Outcome Reports,
CLASS, PFCE. School Readiness goals, screenings, etc.)
Assist SMOC teachers and staff in understanding and use of online assessment tool.
Support teachers in using the assessment tool to screen,
evaluate and monitor children-specific data.
Use data to identify teaching and learning needs by analyzing data and implementing solutions with teachers.
Provide teachers with feedback and support as they translate
data into instructional changes and revised lesson plans.
Provide data training and/or attend data meetings as necessary.
Perform all job-related responsibilities with sensitivity, respecting confidentiality, integrity,
and privacy of the families.
for advocating for School Readiness children and families.
Responsible, as a mandated reporter, to report suspected cases of child abuse or neglect.
Maintains a professional manner while performing all aspects
of the position.
Attends staff meetings
and trainings as needed and required.
Collaborate with the School Readiness Support Coordinator/Program Mentor to align curriculum, School Readiness Goals,
Child Development and Early Learning Framework and MN Early Childhood Indicators of Progress to ensure positive childhood
to ensure compliance with MN Rule 3 and Federal Head Start Performance Standards requirements.
Participate in Head Start recruitment, advocacy, and parent
engagement activities as required.
with the Leadership Team to develop and facilitate Community of Learner staff development opportunities.
Assist in classrooms as necessary to maintain proper staffing
levels or meet specific needs.