District Numeracy Coach
Preferred Master's Degree
endorsement in math required
undergraduate and graduate scholastic record
Illinois Teaching Certificate required
Knowledge of mathematics curriculum, instructional
trends, school improvement process, technology use, and
student assessment systems
Successful leadership experience required
Act as an instructional
leader in the development, implementation, and
coordination of numeracy instruction across the
curriculum by planning, guiding, directing, and
Form and meet with cohorts of
teachers from specific grade levels or discipline to
have collaborative dialogue for teachers at all levels
of knowledge and experience.
Research and disseminate
current research on instructional practices that link
with the school improvement goals.
Use both data and analysis of
students' learning to assist classroom teachers in
making decisions to improve instructional practices and
Recommend assessments and help
teachers learn to administer them, to interpret data,
and design instruction from the information
individualized help and feedback to support numeracy
efforts of all personnel.
Build a team of numeracy
leaders from different grade levels to support a systemic
paradigm of numeracy support.
Act as an agent of
job-embedded professional development that will lead
teachers during group planning time and school
improvements days in addition to working with individual
teachers in his/her own classroom to model a new
Understand the specific
numeracy demands of each discipline assisting teachers in
assessing these skills and learning ways to help students
become more independent learners in the discipline.
Be professionally active in education
associations related to math education.
Share responsibility for being
informed and informing the public about the District's
Perform other duties as assigned.