JOB GOAL / PURPOSE:
The Secondary Curriculum Coordinator provides curriculum and staff development leadership in collaboration with the Office of Learning and individual offices. They will also provide support in matters of school initiatives and special projects. He/she will be required to work in many capacities and with diverse stakeholder groups (students, parents, etc.) but will be mainly focused on work with teachers and departments.
• the faculty, Principal and Assistant Principal(s) to advance the ongoing curriculum initiatives (implementation of standards, unit development, formative and summative assessment design, common assessments, etc.)
• implementation of school-wide initiatives and special projects as required
• teachers with the planning and development of high-quality curriculum, assessment, grading, and reporting practices in the classroom.
• the creation of a school focused action plan and supports the Curriculum Area Leader with implementation
• horizontal and vertical articulation across the assigned schools and between schools
• new faculty to effect a smooth and successful transition
• Educational and Library/Media faculty in the implementation of their curriculum and goals
• professional learning of faculty
• teachers and administrators with data-driven analysis of student learning data both internal and external
• Director of Learning and Strategic Planning on Office of Learning initiatives and projects
• Director of Curriculum and Assessment to ensure research-based teaching and assessment practices are systemically implemented
• Building-level leadership to support teachers and program implementation
• Assessment Coordinator to identify relevant data and processes for data analysis with administration and teachers
• Educational Technology and Library/Media to ensure a common, consistent, and coordinated approach to the support of teaching and learning
• Curriculum meetings directed by the Director of Curriculum and Assessment
• Learning Leadership Team meetings
• Learning Connections Meeting
• School-based leadership team meetings
• School-based faculty meetings
• in professional learning to support their own learning and the various initiatives of the school.
• in positive relationships to continue the development, implementation, and assessment of the ISB curriculum and school-wide teaching and learning priorities.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
• Experience with curriculum development and collaboration across divisions and within an all-school context
• Experience and current knowledge of staff development programs and implementation
• Successful classroom teaching experiences
• Experience with UbD unit development, curriculum mapping, and effective assessment practices
• Strong ICT skills, with evidence of technology infusion in classroom practices
• Superior facilitation and organizational ability, with demonstrated ability to lead teacher groups
• The capacity to organize and deliver effective presentations to diverse audiences