Chicago International Charter School West Belden
All Distinctive School staff members share a commitment to
creating learning environments that are driven by:
· Explicit and
and evidence-based decision making
learning and leadership development
management of resources (time, materials, colleagues and
A Distinctive Interventionist will:
Please apply if interested
- Support the vision and
mission of the Distinctive Schools network. A DS
interventionist will exhibit professional judgment and
demonstrate behaviors that are professional, ethical, and
- Collaborate with
classroom teachers in order to coordinate instructional
- Prepare lesson
materials, bulletin board displays, exhibits, equipment, and
- Present subject matter
to students using lectures, discussions, or supervised
role-playing methods from prescribed curriculum
- Tutor and assist
children individually or in small groups in order to help
them master skills and to reinforce learning concepts
presented by teachers.
- Enforce administration
policies and rules governing students.
- Instruct and monitor
students in the use and care of equipment and materials, in
order to prevent injuries and damage.
- Observe students'
performance, and record relevant data to assess
- Organize and label
materials, and track student work in a way to be readily
available for problem solving discussions
- Participate in
problem-solving RTI meetings and teacher-parent conferences
regarding students' progress or needs.
- Plan, prepare, and
develop various instructional materials based on student
- Prepare lessons based
on student target area and prescribed curriculum
- Enforce behavior
modification and personal development programs, under the
supervision of special education instructors, psychologists,
or speech-language pathologists
- Use Mileposts system to
create intervention plans for students on caseload
- Promote professional
improvement through reading educational journals and books,
exploring educational research, enrolling in college courses,
participating in all network and campus level professional
staff development activities.
- Comply with all network
policies as outlined in Distinctive Schools Employee
- Establish and maintain
open lines of communication with students and their parents,
principals and other colleagues.
- Maintain a professional
relationship with all colleagues, students, parents, and
- Attend various school
events throughout the school year to be a visible face to
families and students.
- Complete other
tasks/duties as required by Distinctive Schools and the
campus leadership teams/Director.