The Middle Division (Grades 6-8) Social and Emotional Learning Liaison will be responsible for: 1.Conducting informal and formal assessments and interpreting the results for parents and teachers to create remedial plans to support students 2.Conferring and collaborating with teachers to design and implement management strategies for children in their classroom 3.Counseling students in both individual and group formats 4.Overseeing the Gender and Sexuality Education program and serving as the liaison between The School and Columbia University's Mailman School of Health faculty and staff. 5.Teaching weekly Social Emotional Learning Classes- teach developmentally-appropriate conflict-resolution, friendship-building, stress management, time-management, and organizational strategies to children 6.Supervising doctoral-level interns and externs and post-doctoral fellows 7.Planning and teaching graduate-level seminars for psychology students receiving training at The School 8.Working collaboratively with teachers to ensure that each student works to his or her full potential and serving as a resource to all faculty regarding students’ social-emotional and developmental needs 9.Conferring regularly with other members of the Child Study Team to monitor individual students’ progress 10.Providing services to students who have been recommended to the Child Study Team for additional and/or enhanced educational opportunities and effectively conveying these interventions to the teachers 11.Assisting with the integration of SEL unit skills and goals into the curriculum 12.Working as part of a team to collaborate with teachers, including teaching, accompanying classes on field trips, monitoring student lunch periods, etc. 13.Teaching mini-lessons on social-emotional issues 14.Managing children who are in crisis 15.Participating fully in The School’s Integrated Projects Week 16.Working with the CST to help ensure all school policies, guidelines, and procedures are followed by students and parents/guardians 17.Fulfilling duties, responsibilities and commitments as outlined in the faculty handbook, Working At The School at Columbia University 18.Helping to create an active and nurturing learning environment for all children. 19.Commitment to the social mission of the school which requires differentiation to meet the needs of an admirably diverse community 20.Participating fully in the demanding and rich life of the school, (including lunch duty, recess, etc).
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