- Teach ELA to one cohort per day
- Internalize daily lesson plans
- Analyze data and adjusts instruction to meet student needs
- Develop mastery of academic standards
- Input two grades per week for each student taught
- Support a strong team culture by upholding norms through modeling and candid conversations.
- Participate in weekly team meetings and support team accountability of each team member for meeting goals, metrics, and action items.
- Lead grade team in one focus area, making decisions, and driving it forward.
- Participate in duties required for supporting school operations.
|Culture of Growth & Ownership|
- Model the school’s values of purpose, honor, struggle, voice and love everyday
- Build and maintains relationships with families
- Create routines and systems to ensure a safe, calm and rigorous learning experience for students every day.
- Shape a class-wide atmosphere and culture of achievement that best suits the needs of our students and families.
- Support students in planning and executing bi-weekly presentations of learning for their family.
Coaching and Development
- Manage her/his ongoing development through the creation and achievement of weekly micro-goals based on observation feedback
- Observe teammate’s class for 10 minutes 3x/week
- Student Focus: Belief that all students, regardless of background, have the ability to go to and through college;
- Growth Mindset: Ask for, give and accept feedback from others in order to growth professionally and meet established goals
- Cultural Competence: Demonstrated ability to create inclusive environments that honor community and that support a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives
- Relationship Building: Expertise in cultivating relationships with a diverse group of students and adults
- Achievement Orientation: Demonstrated resilience and focus on student outcomes
- Love of Learning: Personal love of content area inside and outside the classroom
|School Leader Bio|
|Before joining KIPP’s Fisher Fellowship to open the first KIPP Miami middle school, Ian Bravo worked on the ground to support the launch of the new region and as an AP Fellow for KIPP BOLD in Newark. Prior to the fellowships, Ian served as the founding Assistant Principal at KIPP Washington Heights Middle School in NYC from 2012 to 2016. There he worked to create and execute a vision for a loving and restorative student culture. As an instructional leader, Ian has formally coached over 20 teachers and leaders spanning across every core middle school subject and music. He most loved seeing both kids and teachers growing on their own unique journeys. Before WHMS, Ian spent four years as a writing teacher at KIPP Infinity in Harlem, and three years at I.S. 129, his TFA placement school in the Bronx. Ian received his Masters from Pace and BA from the College of Wooster, where he nerded out on Political Science, Philosophy and History. Outside of school, he enjoys reading, training, spoken word, and living life with his wife Leyla, and their hilarious three-year old, Soraya.|