21st Century Community Learning Center Teacher
Dayton Children's Hospital4.0
Remote Dayton, OH
Job details
Estimated: $24,000 - $30,000 a year
Part time
Job description


Child Health Pavilion


Center for Health Equity


Part time



Job Details:

Responsible for the supervision of young children, including child guidance and management, planning and implementing developmentally appropriate learning activities, assessment of children, maintaining open communication with parents, children, coworkers and those involved with the child and maintaining a safe, healthy, creative environment for children

Department Specific Job Details:

Dayton Children’s Center for Health Equity works to advance health equity solutions so all children can thrive. The Center works to achieve health equity through new approaches anchored in data, outcomes, and evaluation across the clinical to community continuum.

21st Century Community Learning Center Teachers are responsible for developing and implementing academic learning in reading and math, including science, technology, engineering, and math, using the program’s evidence-based instructional curriculum. This position integrates instructional efforts with the work of assistant teachers or co-teachers. This position is responsible for interactive, dynamic, and fun learning that reinforces the classroom day instruction, addressing gaps and building upon strengths. Prior assessments and benchmark tests provide the data which drives instruction for students and the class in aggregate.


  • Works with program staff, classroom day staff, students, and parents to create an individual plan for student learning.
  • Develops lesson plans or implements existing lesson plans that engage youth in activities face-to-face or remotely that engage students in evidence-based curriculum that promotes reading/English Language Arts (ELA) and math learning. Lesson plans should be tied to the Ohio’s standards for each grade level.
  • Instruction includes small group work, tutoring, classroom activities, and project-based learning or service learning. This includes remote academic learning during the pandemic and also hybrid learning.
  • Uses cross-curricula learning in reading, STEM, social studies, and arts whenever possible.
  • Attends training and implements learning activities with fidelity to the curriculum or model.
  • Works closely with partners and other staff to ensure the curriculum meets all the objectives of the grant.
  • Ensures learning activities reflect diversity of cultures and promotes culturally responsive teaching and programming, etc.
  • Serves as a positive role model and supports positive peer relationships.
  • Helps children with self-regulation during learning and provides positive discipline that supports program model related to use of meditation, Mindfulness and positive behavior support.
  • Attends training in curriculum and other program training as required. This could be onsite, job-embedded, or remote professional development.
  • Identifies students that might be experiencing trauma-related to adverse childhood experiences, adjusts instruction to meet needs of affected students, and works with Program Manager to ensure referrals are made.
  • Works with other program staff to ensure the daily distribution of meals or snacks to students.
  • During remote learning, helps plan and prepare take home learning or enrichment kits.
  • Ensures the safe arrival and departure of students from one program activity to another.
  • Communicates student progress, strengths and needs back to school faculty and staff and parent guardians.
  • Maintains highest level of professional integrity with students, parents/family members and staff.
  • Works with other staff to ensure the program meets guidelines of Responsible Restart Ohio. This might include temperature checks, helping children with personal protective equipment (PPE), disinfecting of classroom supplies, and other precautions. Follows communicable disease precautions per licensure, program policies, and Ohio Responsible Restart guidelines.
  • Reports symptoms and contacts/exposure related to COVID 19, reduces risk by following mandates regarding masks, and social distancing during program or outside of program.
  • Completes required documentation for program.

Education Requirements:

GED, High School (Required)

Certification/License Requirements:

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Dayton, OH


1001 to 5000


$100M to $500M (USD)


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Company ratings
  • Overall
  • Company & Benefits
    3.7 / 5
  • Culture & Values
    3.8 / 5
  • Career Opportunities
    3.6 / 5
  • Work/Life Balance
    4.0 / 5
  • Senior Management
    3.5 / 5
Company reviews
"Fun workplace"
Former EmployeeOccupational Therapist
Company spends money on ETR and technology to improve productivity. Overall DCH is a great place to work and allows for a better work/ home life than majority of jobs.

"The common goal is the patients"
Current EmployeeRegistered Nurse
Fun place to work because the pt are children. The atmosphere is enjoyable. Just like any job there are issues, but it’s what you focus on that will get you through the day.

Current EmployeeCommunity Health Worker
Dayton Children’s Hospital is a great place to work. In my department, my team is all on one accord and has the same ultimate goal of giving back to the community and providing resources to our families who need it. There’s also great opportunities for growth& advancement.

"loved my time there"
Former EmployeePersonal Care Assistant
I worked in Radiology as a PCA. Setting the rooms up for exams, procedures, etc. Picking up families from the waiting areas, explaining details of exams, verifying information. Making calls for radiology next day appointments. My coworkers were sweet from the beginning to the end of time there. My manager was real down to heart, you could talk to her about anything. Not many like her these days. I was having a bad day when I first started and started to feel overwhelmed and she sat with me and talked me through it. 🙏🏾 I loved interacting with the families I encountered, although they were scared and stressed to be there. One job where you could truly have fun with your patients and it's the little things that matter. It warmed my heart to see them happy and even if they weren't feeling good, they were grateful. Not one bad thing I could say about this company. Everyone loves what they do and it shows, so fortunate to work with a great team. If I move back to Dayton, Children's will be the first place I apply