Roles and Responsibilities: What does a Field Supervisor do?
As experienced education professionals, Field Supervisors foster reflective professional growth in Intern teachers. We feel this is best accomplished by an Intern to Field Supervisor ratio of no more than 15 to 1.
Additional responsibilities include:
- 3 years of experience in a department or campus leadership role.
- Provide ongoing support throughout the certification process. This includes being available by phone, email or text and responding promptly to candidates’ needs.
- Conduct a minimum of 5 in-class 45-minute observations over the course of the school year.
- Collaborate with campus administration, campus mentors, and other Field Supervisors to nurture and grow first year teachers.
- Abide by the educator code of ethics.
What does it take to be a Field Supervisor?
Field supervision is a varied role that requires many important skills, including:
- Observation and feedback to facilitate student growth in the classroom
- Knowledge of best practices for success
- Organization and responsiveness
- Professional communication and collaboration
- Technology skills to host online meetings, upload documents, and access support documents
- Positive, encouraging, attitude and the ability to inspire and motivate new teachers
… And much more! Think you’ve got what it takes? Fill out the form below to apply now.
*To assure that you application is received, please email Rae.Queen@teachworthy.org to let her know your application is complete.
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Before you get started, make sure you have these items:
- Your TEA ID and SS# (if you do not know your TEA ID, you can type in 55555 for now)
- Current TEA certificates held
- Updated resume
- Information for 3 professional references
Looking forward to hearing from you soon!