1.0 FTE General Education Advisor 2021-2022
An advisor at EdVisions Off Campus (EOC) is responsible for guiding an advisory group of 13-16 students in the completion of all curriculum requirements. Advisors train and assist students in the project process, check in daily with students online, assist students with technology, and engage students in setting academic and life skill goals. Advisors maintain attendance, transcripts, and other records in a timely manner and make them available for student use. Advisors hold conferences with parents four times a year and as necessary, including intake meetings for new students. Advisors plan and conduct advisory field trips and other activities that encourage community interaction and school-community ownership, attend and help organize all-school trips, graduation, and other special events, and support marketing and recruitment of students. Advisors also participate actively in 2-3 site-based management teams. Advisors take on additional duties as necessary, according to availability, skills, and talents.
EOC values diversity and equal opportunity in our workplace. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. EdVisions Off Campus provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
Minnesota Middle School or Secondary Licensure and BS/BA from accredited college or university
EdVisions Off Campus is an online project based learning school. Students and staff work from home with monthly gatherings. Visit http://www.lovethisschool.org for more information.
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April 20, 2021
Charter School Teacher Residency
Create sustainable teacher residency program for charter schools that prepare and retain high-quality licensed educators, including teachers from underrepresented communities, in high needs areas to increase student achievement.
Who should apply?
People dedicated to their school community that wish to continue their service as a licensed teacher. This is a rigorous license and master’s degree path to teaching and requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
What Will the Program Look Like?
In the first summer, residents will take courses to prepare them to start the school year and provide a foundation to teaching methods courses. During the academic year, residents teach alongside an experienced teacher in an apprenticeship like model for the school year with increasing responsibilities for planning teaching and assessing as the year transpires. Residents will teach full-time (or 4 days a week) at a charter school and be full-time graduate students at the University of St Thomas.
Interested in working with EdVisions Cooperative in another role? Contact us so we have your information on file if anything else opens up!