PRACTICUM SUPERVISOR OVERVIEW
The Education Specialist Intern Program is accepting applicants for our Education Specialist Practicum Supervisors interest list. The Practicum Supervisor is a faculty member assigned to conduct video-based observations of intern teachers, providing feedback and coaching to support and evaluate the intern’s performance during the nine months (minimum) of the internship year in accordance with the California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP’s) and Teaching Performance Expectations (TPE’s).
PRACTICUM SUPERVISOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Conduct routine video-based observations of assigned intern candidate/s each semester
Provide continuous and ongoing feedback to candidates on lesson planning and instruction in relation to intern growth in accordance with Teaching Performance Expectations (TPE’s)
Conduct weekly meetings with assigned intern cohort via a web-conferencing platform (i.e Zoom)
Conduct semester-end evaluations on intern candidate/s performance in accordance with Teacher Performance Expectations (TPE’s)
Assist intern candidate/s in accessing required information and achieving successful completion of intern program
Collaborate routinely with site administrators and site mentors
Participate in professional training to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to be an effective Practicum Supervisor
PRACTICUM SUPERVISOR EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
· Possession of a California Clear Education Specialist Teaching Credential (mild/moderate, moderate/severe or equivalent)
· Minimum of 5 years teaching experience with positive evaluations and/or recommendations
· Knowledge of new teacher development
· Knowledge of the state-adopted academic content standards and performance levels for students, state-adopted curriculum
· frameworks, and the Teacher Performance Expectations
· Demonstration of experience and knowledge in addressing inequitable practices, examining biases, and developing
· inclusive, culturally responsive educators;
· Ability to model best teaching practices
· Ability to work and supervise within the program’s digital platform and technology tools
· Demonstration of effective interpersonal and communication skills
Applicants are responsible for submitting a letter of introduction, resume, credential copy, and two current letters of recommendation (dated and signed within the past 12 months). All required documents must be emailed to Allan Hallis at email@example.com.
Nondiscrimination in Employment & Sexual Harassment:
The Superintendent prohibits discrimination and/or harassment of Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE) employees and job applicants on the basis of actual or perceived race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sex or sexual orientation at any RCOE site and/or activity. The Superintendent prohibits sexual harassment of Riverside County of Education (RCOE) employees and job applicants, as well as retaliatory behavior or action against employees or other persons who complain, testify, or otherwise participate in the complaint process established pursuant to this policy and administrative regulation.