Assistant Director for Gifted Education
- Oswego, IL
What you'll be doing
- This process will take place in consultation with a panel of professionals with both expertise and specific training to make such decisions. Work to develop policies and procedures for early entrance, curriculum modification and compacting, subject matter acceleration, grade skipping, and dual enrollment. Develop and disseminate program documents describing gifted and talented education programming, philosophy statement, goals, objectives and services both in print and on the district website. Monitor funding specific to the continuum of gifted education services provided in the district. Develop procedures for selecting teachers with specific responsibilities for the identification and provision of services for gifted students. Coordinate staff selection and evaluate staff assigned to the extended programs. Develop a comprehensive ongoing professional development plan for all personnel working with gifted students, as well as for regular education teachers and support staff that delivers and improves the instruction of gifted learners. Provide consultation, collaboration, and staff development services in gifted education for teachers, administrators and counselors in the general education program.
What your background should be
- The applicant should have experience in related field. Must have good communication skills. Basic computer skills. Advanced in Microsoft suits Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Ability in problem solving skills.
Required Schooling / Training
- Not specified
Who is the client company
- Concern about the educational services.
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