Instructional Coaching

Training and supporting a team of young, aspiring teachers takes a team of expert educators who are committed to developing the next generation of great teachers.  The professional Instructional Coaches who work with Breakthrough Teaching Fellows are the academic backbone of the services provided to students.  These remarkable individuals are among the most innovative and successful teachers in Manchester’s public schools, The Derryfield School, and other surrounding schools and school districts.  Breakthrough’s Instructional Coaches work collaboratively to train high school and college students in the science and art of teaching by leading pedagogical workshops, conducting in-class observations and providing feedback, and developing and supporting curriculum initiatives that help prepare middle school students for academic success.  Through close work with a core group of young educators, each instructional coach is responsible not just for the growth of the Breakthrough teachers in their charge, but ultimately for the substance of each class and the academic rigor each Breakthrough student receives.

Breakthrough maintains a staff of approximately four instructional coaches during the summer and one-two for Saturday programs during the school year.  Please find a general position description for Instructional Coaches here (responsibilities may vary from site to site).

For more information and to apply online, visit http://www.breakthroughcollaborative.org/coach.  Breakthrough Manchester position inquiries may be directed to Becky Berk, Executive Director, at 603-641-9426 or becky.berk@derryfield.org.