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Learning Support Teacher

Experience: 1 yrs Relevant: 1 yrs
Salary: 1 Annually
Location: James W. Parker Middle School, 11781 Edinboro Road, Edinboro, PA 16412, United States
Description: This position reports directly to the building principal and associate principal at James W. Parker Middle School. The position is open for the 2021-2022 School Year.
Detailed Description/JobAd: Ability to work with middle school Learning Support students. • Ability to complete all special education paperwork and monitor student progress in accordance with strict timelines. • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment. • Ability to work in a fast-paced and flexible environment with the ability to tolerate many different situations and work with different personalities. • Knowledge of content and the structure of the Math, Language Arts and Special Education disciplines. • Ability to effectively co-teach in the language arts and math classrooms • Skill in cognitively engaging students in subject matter using varying levels of Depth of Knowledge (DOK). • Skill in utilizing appropriate instructional resources that will enhance student learning. • Knowledge of prerequisite relationships or underpinnings related to proficiency related to content objectives. • Knowledge of effective methods to establish clear behavior expectations in learning environments. • Skill in developing lessons to accommodate individual needs of diverse learners (e.g. ESL, ELL, IEP students). • Knowledge of the most effective interventions needed to implement the MTSS model. • Ability to apply classroom management strategies that promote positive behavior, discourage behaviors that are not conducive to learning, and promote self-control in students. • Ability to communicate in a manner which is sensitive to culture, gender, intellectual and physical differences. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of people, such as subordinates, peers, or citizens. • Ability to utilize positive behavior supports to encourage desired student behavior. • Skill in delivering instruction, either in person, or through electronic methods, in methods that are stimulating and promote student engagement. • Ability to communicate ideas verbally in a clear, concise, and organized manner. • Ability to continuously evaluate one’s strategies or instructional content during instruction, and adapt when needed, through the use of formative assessments. • Ability to modify one’s behavior, work methods, or plans in response to changing conditions and new information. • Ability to direct student conversations to encourage deeper understanding. • Ability to assess one's own performance, or lesson design to make improvements or take corrective action. • Ability to uphold district policy and professional ethical standards. • Ability to control one’s own emotions and remain objective and professional in stressful, sensitive, or personally unpleasant situations. • Ability to use appropriate grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling in written or electronic documents. • Ability to maintain a positive working relationship with coworkers through comfortable and appropriate interpersonal interaction.

Education Level: Bachelors
Qualification:Diploma
Major Subjects/Specialization: NA
Required Skills: Knowledge of content and the structure of the discipline. - Intermediate, Skill in cognitively engaging students in subject matter using varying levels of Depth of Knowledge (DOK). - Intermediate, Skill in utilizing appropriate instructional resources that will enhance student learning. - Intermediate, Knowledge of prerequisite relationships or underpinnings related to proficiency related to content objectives. - Intermediate, Knowledge of effective methods to establish clear behavior expectations in learning environments. - Intermediate, Skill in developing lessons to accommodate individual needs of diverse learners (e.g. ESL, ELL, IEP students). - Intermediate, Ability to apply classroom management strategies that promote positive behavior, discourage behaviors that are not conducive to learning, and promote self-control in students. - Intermediate, Ability to communicate in a manner which is sensitive to culture, gender, intellectual and physical differences. - Intermediate, Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of people, such as subordinates, peers, or citizens. - Intermediate, Ability to utilize positive behavior supports to encourage desired student behavior. - Intermediate, Skill in delivering instruction, either in person, or through electronic methods, in methods that are stimulating and promote student engagement. - Intermediate, Ability to communicate ideas verbally in a clear, concise, and organized manner - Intermediate, Ability to continuously evaluate one’s strategies or instructional content during instruction, and adapt when needed, through the use of formative assessments. - Intermediate, Ability to modify one’s behavior, work methods, or plans in response to changing conditions and new information. - Intermediate, Ability to direct student conversations to encourage deeper understanding. - Intermediate, Ability to assess one's own performance, or lesson design to make improvements or take corrective action. - Intermediate, Ability to uphold district policy and professional ethical standards. - Intermediate, Ability to control one’s own emotions and remain objective and professional in stressful, sensitive, or personally unpleasant situations. - Intermediate, Ability to use appropriate grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling in written or electronic documents. - Intermediate, Ability to maintain a positive working relationship with coworkers through comfortable and appropriate interpersonal interaction. - Intermediate, Written Communication Skills - Intermediate, Verbal Communication Skills - Intermediate, Flexibility - Intermediate, Leadership - Intermediate, Problem Solving - Intermediate, Project Management - Intermediate, Ability to prioritize work activities and meet predetermined deadlines - Intermediate, Ability to adapt to change - Intermediate, Interpersonal Skills - Intermediate
Required Certifications: Valid Pennsylvania Teaching Certificate for Special Education (K-8 or K-12)
Currency: USD
Date of Joining: 08/20/2021
Department: Instructional
Position: Special Education Teacher – Learning Support No of positions: 1
Job Type: Full Time

Posted:07/21/2021
Expires: 08/04/2021
Posted by: sarahgrabski
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