Here are some of the specifics of the Learning Coach/Mentor position:
-Delivering/developing mini study sessions and/or independent learning activities for students with a focus on executive functioning issues
-Assistance in the creation of student portfolios
-Ability to conduct group study sessions
-Experience working with students with learning disabilities, executive functioning issues
-Some experience with STEM and Humanities courses (English, Social Sciences, Language Arts)
-Possible evaluation/grading of student coursework
-Ability to utilize rubric to assist student in meeting course objectives
-Reporting student information via technology based program
-Conducting observations of students as they participate in experiential learning activities
The scheduling and days the learning coach/mentor would be needed (possibly 10-16 hours a week, 4 days a week, is from 2:00-6:00).
If you know of anyone please have them contact Dr. Kennedy via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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