Teaching Assistant, Relay Online
at Relay Graduate School of Education (View all jobs)
Potential Content Areas: General Pedagogy, Early Childhood Education, Elementary, Secondary English, Secondary Math, Secondary Science, Secondary Social Studies
If you love providing feedback and student support, working on a team of experienced high-performing educators, learning and working with new technology, and are hungry to further build your online instructional and support skill set on a part-time basis, the Teaching Assistant role is right for you. In this role, you’ll be able to work closely with a lead faculty member and build relationships with graduate students for the year.
During an average month, you can expect to do things like support your lead faculty member in facilitating online class via video conference about two to three times per month, correspond over email and telephone to support graduate students that need extra help, and grade assessments.
As a result of this effort, you’ll benefit from seeing teachers that you’ve worked with during the year grow as people and professionals. Plus, you’ll maximize your community impact by supporting teachers in generating significant, measurable student achievement gains in their K-12 classrooms.
To grow your own skills, you will have the opportunity to participate in team professional development, as well as work closely with your lead faculty member on more specific skills. This is a great opportunity for teachers who are looking to gain additional experience leading adult learners. Depending on content areas, there may be an opportunity to TA more than one section. If you are already employed with Relay GSE, please discuss with your interviewer and manager how this role would be situated within or outside your current role.
WHAT YOU’LL TACKLE
AY20-21 TA Responsibilities & Expectations
Preparation & Instruction
Student Assessment & Support
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR
First and foremost, the Teaching Assistant, Relay Online Offerings must share the team’s sense of urgency about the need to improve student achievement through phenomenal teacher training. Additionally, candidates for the position must have the following:
CONSIDERATIONS TO NOTE
Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) is a national, accredited, nonprofit institution of higher education whose mission is to teach teachers and school leaders to develop in all students the academic skills and strength of character needed to succeed in college and life. Relay currently serves over 3,000 teachers and school leaders across 15 campuses. Relay is eager to bring about transformational change in educator preparation. Relay is committed to using practice and feedback to become the place where a new generation of continuously improving, results-focused individuals can fulfill their destiny in the world’s greatest profession. For more information, please visit the Relay website (www.relay.edu) or follow Relay on Twitter (@RelayGSE) and LinkedIn (http://rly.gs/2qrba).
Relay Graduate School of Education provides equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees.