• Cash Elementary School 

    Instructional Facilitator

    Stephanie Tuttle

    An instructional facilitator plays a crucial role in educational settings by supporting and enhancing the teaching and learning process. Typically found in schools or educational institutions, an instructional facilitator serves as a resource and guide for teachers, helping them improve their instructional techniques and strategies. This role involves collaborating with educators to identify areas for professional development, designing and implementing effective teaching methods, and providing ongoing support to enhance the overall quality of instruction. Instructional facilitators often engage in curriculum development, assessment design, and the integration of technology in the classroom. By fostering a culture of continuous improvement, they contribute to the overall success and growth of both teachers and students, ultimately striving to create an environment conducive to optimal learning outcomes.

Last Modified on December 20, 2023