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Remediation Specialist at ReadSource
A ReadSource remediation specialist uses her/his extensive knowledge of the science of reading and experience with teaching reading to advance the literacy skills of struggling readers at ReadSource’s partner schools.
Minimum of a B.S.
Extensive and documented experience with the teaching of reading, preferably with the Orton Gillingham Approach or an Orton Gillingham based program (e.g., Wilson Reading, Really Great Reading, Kendore, Lindamood-Bell, etc.)
Extensive education experience, and a passion for working with students in an urban, high needs environment
Flexibility and willingness to prioritize a mission and goal over a prescribed plan or curriculum
The Schenck School is currently hiring Classroom Teachers for kindergarten through sixth grade. The Schenck School Classroom Teachers support the mission of the School by cultivating a positive, supportive classroom environment and creatively adapting and implementing lessons and materials to reach each student.
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree
A passion for working with K-6 students with dyslexia
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to build strong relationships and work collegially with fellow teachers and administrators
Ability to maintain positive and proactive relationships with teachers, administrators, and parents
Experience with and knowledge of dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities
Knowledge of the Orton-Gillingham approach and/or other dyslexia-related remediation approaches is preferred
Proficiency with technology and an ability to integrate technology into the classroom
The Librarian at The Schenck School assists the School in supporting its mission–to build a solid educational foundation for students with dyslexia and develop their rich potential–by developing and overseeing, in collaboration with teachers and administration, a library program that supports efforts to teach reading, to promote love of reading, and to develop our students’ ability to use effectively and knowledgeably print and online resources.
Bachelor's or Master’s degree in School Library Media or Library and Information Science or as an add-on to another major.
Coursework or training in Special Education preferred, particularly in the area of language-based learning disabilities.