Becoming a PRPIL Instructional Consultant is not only an opportunity to strengthen your pedagogical skills; it also enhances your observational and feedback skills - particularly if you are interested in becoming an administrator in the future. And what’s more, you earn PDPs while also getting paid.
So, if you are currently in a coaching, team lead, or administrator role - or you may be a teacher with flexibility in your schedule – and you are looking for a highly rewarding challenge, then you might just be the perfect PRPIL Instructional Consultant.
Aside from the pedagogical opportunities inherent with being an Instructional Consultant, your compensation plan includes a stipend of $900 per teacher candidate (paid on completion of the licensing process.)
To become an Instructional Consultant you must be:
Instructional Consultants (ICs) provide support and mentorship to PRPIL teaching candidates and play a vital role in the growth and development of new teachers in the PRPIL program. ICs are assigned to and work with participating teachers, serving as the teacher's primary resource for guidance during the program.
The IC’s responsibility is to observe and support the teacher’s ability to demonstrate competence in a selection of elements from the Professional Standards for teachers, using the Candidate Assessment of Performance process (CAP). The PRPIL Program is based upon two main forms of data - classroom observations and review of the teacher’s e-portfolio.
For each assigned teacher, your responsibilities include: