What is the difference, in an (hourly) "Intervention Teacher", vs. a special ed Teacher in a contracted role (i.e. w/Special Education credential)? Does anyone have any experience in such a role, or have an Intervention Teacher at their school, and can share what the job entails day-to-day? I have an impromptu interview tomorrow, and I'm a bit at a loss as to what I should know. In the districts I've worked in, we have Learning Centers... staffed by credentialed, Special Education teachers. In my research with this district, I don't see anything like that. For my part, I have no special certification other than my preliminary credential, nor any resources (special education programs, curricula) that I can bring to the position. All I want is an idea of what I'm supposed to be, as I head into the interview tomorrow. I don't want to go in like a clueless bozo. And I certainly don't want to waste my time, driving 1/2 hour and putting on my monkey suit, for nothing. Truth is, I don't even know that it is for this Intervention position I'm talking about. I just saw that posting for this on the district website, and figure that is what it is for. The P (who I e-mailed earlier in the summer) simply e-mailed me out of the blue, whether I'd be interested in a "part-time teaching position."