Career Opportunities

Paraprofessional | Teacher Aide (FT)

Our company is looking for individuals to provide support services to children, ages 7 – 18, who are in foster care and reside in a well-known Children’s Foster Care facility located in the northwest Chicago area. Services include teacher assistance, homework help, enrichment activities support, and mentoring. Additional skills to meet the individual needs of a child who may have significant behavioral and/or social-emotional issues preferred, but not required.

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Supplemental Academic Instructor | Literacy Tutor (FT)

We are seeking a LITERACY TUTOR to help students excel academically. Candidates will be assigned to a nonpublic school located in the Chicago Public School District attendance area, providing in-person classroom and non-classroom supplemental academic tutoring to students individually, and in small groups.

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Curriculum & Instruction Program Manager (FT)

The Curriculum & Instruction Program Manager is responsible for overseeing in-person and/or virtual instruction at participating schools. He or she will supervise the staffing of qualified personnel to ensure effective instructional strategies and best practices are properly applied to enhance student learning, thereby achieving company educational program goals and objectives.

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Academic Instructor

Support for reading and math is provided using a curriculum which infuses music theories and concepts aligned with common core standards. Active learning experiences are coupled with techniques. The instructor will operate in a small group environment that is rich and resonant. This provides learners with a symphony of learning opportunities and a sound education.

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Academic Tutor

The DMDL tutoring initiative provides assistance in individual or small group settings based on an assessment of student needs, while supporting the classroom curriculum, state and Common Core standards. The DMDL instructional approach to student centered learning is based upon Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligence which suggest that different brains learn in different ways.

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Academic Coach

DMDL Academic Coaching services include… assessing student learning difficulties in reading and math, assisting students with personal and/or social developmental issues, identifying and addressing problems related to various insecurities (i.e. low self-confidence), identifying and addressing family influences that may adversely impact academic growth, and other issues identified by education stakeholders. DMDL academic coaches collaborates with regular classroom teachers and provided parental support when necessary to insure the educational needs of students are being met.

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