K-12 Curriculum Development Specialist

I. Responsibilities

K-12 Curriculum Development Specialist’s responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Creating detailed, engaging curriculum and quality resources to provide accessibility of curriculum and required standards to students and teachers
  • Establishing feasible timeframes to achieve the goals and objectives outlined in the curriculum
  • Conducting research and collaborating with the board of principals, head subject teachers, and other professionals to develop quality curricula and learning resources
  • Creating stimulating lesson plans, instruction materials, assignments and recommending interesting additional resources
  • Developing a range of digital resources to optimize classroom learning and ensure ongoing learning outside of formal settings
  • Collaborating with other writers, graphic designers, and web designers to create new learning resources on LMS
  • Reviewing student test data, observing teachers in the classroom, writing grant proposals, and occasionally coaching teachers on new instructional methods
  • Collecting feedback from students, teachers, and Board of Principals to improve the curriculum, lesson plans, and resources
  • Setting up tests, exams, and other formal and informal assessments to gauge the effectiveness of curriculum

II. Requirements

  • Degree in education or a related discipline
  • Master’s degree preferable
  • Additional courses in instructional design
  • Strong digital and research skills
  • Excellent collaboration and written and verbal communication skills
  • Great networking and interpersonal abilities
  • Strong technology, planning skills, vision, and creative intelligence
  • A passion for education
Year of experience:
1 year
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