[Nesabes] Job opening at Operation Bootstrap in Lynn, MA
apovenmire at necc.mass.edu
Mon Aug 15 14:19:12 EDT 2011
Operation Bootstrap in Lynn MA
Job Posting: Position Available in September 2011
ABE level 2 teacher: 20 hours a week
* 12 teaching hours, Tuesday and Thursday, 9-12 and 5-8.
* 8 hours of prep and meeting time to include a minimum of 4 hours a week in-house prep and two one-hour meetings per month.
* ABE level two students include native speakers and high level ESOL adults who are reading between levels 2 and 3.9. The curriculum follows the Massachusetts Adult Curriculum Frameworks with a focus on reading, writing, basic mathematics, and computer literacy. Reading and spelling instruction are based on the Wilson Reading System.
* At monthly common planning meetings, staff members share lesson plans and collaborate on two or three integrated units a year.
* The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree and training and experience in teaching phonics, preferably with the Wilson Reading System.
Contact Edward Tirrell at Operation Bootstrap:
Edwardtirrell at gmail.com<mailto:%0dEdwardtirrell at gmail.com> or at 781-599-8543
Alisa Vlahakis Povenmire
Director, Northeast SABES
Center for Adult Education Programs and Practitioners
Northern Essex Community College at the Riverwalk
360 Merrimack Street
Building 9, Entry K, 4th Floor
Lawrence, MA 01843
apovenmire at necc.mass.edu<mailto:apovenmire at necc.mass.edu>
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SABES promotes high quality adult basic education services through training, support, and resources that improve the skills and knowledge of practitioners and strengthen programs.
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Northeast SABES is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and is supported by Northern Essex Community College.
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