RTT-D kid-FRIENDLy - COGNITIVE COACH - click for more information.
The position of Cognitive Coach with the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative (GRREC) and Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative (OVEC) is designed to provide consortium support for the implementation of the Race to the Top-District grant program, a project funded by the U.S. Department of Education for up to four years.
This position will be responsible for coaching, modeling, and supporting teachers as they implement research-based strategies within their assigned schools across the GRREC and OVEC regions. The Cognitive Coach will work with multiple schools, helping teachers integrate technology and research-based instruction and assessment strategies into their daily instruction. Through the coaching process, the Cognitive Coach will help teachers develop demonstration classrooms and then work with other teachers to observe the methods and practices being used in those classrooms. The Cognitive Coach will work on-site at assigned school campuses and collaborate with teams of teachers each week. By Year 3 of the project, the Cognitive Coach will begin to support district-level teams as they begin to train as Cognitive Coaches and will “meta-coach” these teams in the final year of the project to ensure sustainability and continued development of new Demonstration Classrooms. The Cognitive Coach will report directly to senior project staff.
RTT-D kid-FRIENDLy - DIRECTOR OF INNOVATION, COMMUNICATION, AND MARKETING - click for more information.
The position of Director of Innovation, Communication, and Marketing with the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative (GRREC) and the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative (OVEC) is designed to provide consortium support for the implementation of the Race to the Top-District grant program, a project funded by the U.S. Department of Education for up to four years.
This position will be responsible for the following communication and marketing services for the Race to the Top—District (RTT-D) grant, Race to kid-FRIENDLy Learning:
a. Develop and implement a comprehensive communications strategy to build awareness of the project; establish a high profile of the work at the national, statewide, and local levels; and assist involved districts by informing their stakeholder groups and highlighting successes.
b. Support schools, district administrators, boards of education, and project staff and teams as they implement the project through services such as crafting communications messages and developing marketing strategies tailored for their local communities.
c. Coordinate a Communications Network that includes a representative of each participating district and stakeholder organizations to address communications challenges, needs, and solutions and ongoing development of messaging for project initiatives.
d. Plan events to support implementation and sustainability of the project.
e. Build effective relationships with national, state, and local organizations and individuals that can help further the mission of the project and potentially extend its impact to other school districts within Kentucky. (click here for more infrmation)
CAREGIVER - EARLY HEAD START - EMINENCE - click for more information.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR KENTUCKY HEAD START ASSOCIATION - click for more information.
SUBSTITUTES FOR HEAD START AND EARLY HEAD START CLASSROOM (ALL LOCATIONS) - click for more information.