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Instructional Specialist Coordinator Duties and Responsibilities

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Purpose of Classification:

Leads, develops, coordinates and presents educational activities, projects and programs of a unique and specialized nature.

Distinguishing Characteristics:

This is third in a series of three classifications. It is distinguished from the Instructional Specialist Senior in that this classification has overall responsibility for a large, unique and/or diversified program, which requires lead/coordinate activities.

Examples of Duties:

  • Designs and develops specific methodology and materials for conduct of unique or new educational programs.
  • Conducts training for other professionals in subject matter or methodology.
  • Reviews and evaluates effectiveness of teaching methods and work activities.
  • Designs and conducts special program evaluation activities.
  • Recruits and trains leaders to plan and guide local programs.
  • Prepares assignments and curriculum and arranges special workshops.

  • Directs professional staff in the design of programs and the preparation of program proposals.
  • Serves as a technical or methods expert on a program team for certain special needs.
  • Reviews research data and other literature and makes interpretations for application in programs.
  • Gathers data, conducts research, maintains records and makes reports.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of lead and coordinate principles and practices.
  • Knowledge of teaching principles, practices and procedures.
  • Knowledge of principles of curriculum development.
  • Knowledge of educational and training resources.
  • Skill in teaching applications.
  • Skill in both verbal and written communication.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment AND four years of instructional or subject work experience; OR, Eight years of progressively responsible instructional or subject work experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.


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