- Date Posted
- Partner Schools
- Denver, CO
Part Time Intervention Teacher
School Description: The Odyssey School of Denver’s mission is to teach students how to
learn through a focus on academic achievement, critical thinking and social responsibility.
What makes us different is our commitment to the following key ideas:
● How we learn is as important as what we learn: our students engage in long-term
interdisciplinary units that get them out of the classroom, thinking deeply about
● High expectations for all learners: all students can succeed, through great instruction
and supporting students to own their learning.
● Living by our commitment to crew and community: we are tight knit community
where we support and push each other to be our best.
Located approximately 3 miles to the east of downtown Denver, the Odyssey School of
Denver is in the ideal location to live out the principles of EL Education while also serving a
diverse community. As one of 152 EL Education (formerly Expeditionary Learning) schools
nationwide, we have honed our implementation of the model for the past 19 years, enabling
us to earn our EL credentialed school status.
A part-time intervention teacher must understand and be able to do the following:
● Provide assistance with educational, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of
students, in both individual and group settings, inside and out of the classroom.
● Assist with testing and assessment, record-keeping, discipline and other activities as
pertains to providing intervention support to students.
● Facilitate and support accommodations and modifications on student IEPs, 504s and
teacher lesson plans.
● Assist individuals and small groups of students to master assignments and reinforce
learning targets presented by teachers.
● Discuss and coordinate instructional moves with teachers and other staff.
● Monitor student activity in classrooms, hallways, lunchroom, playground and other
locations, as requested.
● Maintain the confidentiality of student information.
● Perform other duties as assigned.
● Must be highly qualified as defined by NCLB requirements
● A current Teaching Certificate
● Bachelor's degree
● Experience working in a collaborative setting with other educators.
● K-12 experience
● Knowledge of learning styles, instructional strategies and the ability to differentiate
instruction to meet the needs of every student.
● Experience providing Orton Gillingham or Lindamood-Bell instruction to students
● Strong desire to work collaboratively with teachers, special educator, and specialized
staff to play a vital role in supporting student success both academically and
● Public Employee Retirement Association (PERA) benefits
● Payday is on the 15
th of every month
● Salary is dependent on experience
Employment is contingent upon passing background checks such as criminal
background check, reference checks and MVR check