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Autistic Support Teacher

Experience: 1 yrs Relevant: 1 yrs
Salary: 1 Annually
Location: McKean Elementary School, 5120 West Road, McKean, PA 16426, United States
The Autistic Support Teacher at McKean Elementary School will possess the Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities listed below.
? Knowledge and experience teaching students on the Autism spectrum. ? Knowledge and background of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ? Knowledge and experience implementing UKERU and Crisis Management Techniques. ? Knowledge and experience developing and implementing functional academic curriculum. ? Knowledge and experience developing and implementing social skills curriculum. ? 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 cognitively engaging students in subject matter using varying levels of Depth of Knowledge (DOK). ? Skill in developing lessons to accommodate individual needs of diverse learners (e.g. ESL, ELL, IEP students). ? Skill in utilizing appropriate instructional resources that will enhance student learning. ? Skill in delivering instruction, either in person, or through electronic methods, in methods that are stimulating and promote student engagement. ? 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. ? 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. ? Ability to lead and manage TSS staff and paraprofessionals. ? Ability to adapt curriculum to individual needs. ? Ability to differentiate instruction across all levels.
Posted: : 05/11/2020 Expires: 06/01/2020
Posted by: sarahgrabski

Librarian / MTSS Interventionist / ESL Instructor I

Experience: 1 yrs Relevant: 1 yrs
Salary: 1 Annually
Location: James W. Parker Middle School, 11781 Edinboro Road, Edinboro, PA 16412, United States
This position splits his or her role between Librarian/MTSS Interventionist/ESL Instructor
• Knowledge of content and the structure of the discipline. • Skill in cognitively engaging students in subject matter using varying levels of Depth of Knowledge (DOK). • Knowledge and skill in using interventions and creating goal-oriented literacy and math plans for struggling middle school students. • Knowledge and skill in MTSS operation and implementation. • Knowledge and skill in implementing enrichment opportunities for students. • Knowledge and skills required to develop, organize, store, retrieve, administer, and facilitate the use of collections of diverse and multicultural information in such formats as books, documents, manuscripts, data bases, recorded materials, electronic materials, computer software applications, digital libraries, and shared information resources via networks or Internet. • Knowledge of current trends with regard to structuring a middle school library, helping students and staff to develop a genuine interest in literacy as it applies to all disciplines. • Skill in developing a comprehensive informational literacy curriculum for the middle school. • Knowledge of balanced literacy (workshop model of literacy instruction and gradual release of responsibility) and knowledge and experience in making the library an integral part of the school program. • Knowledge of instructional disciplines of grades 5-8. • Skill in developing lessons to accommodate individual needs of diverse learners (e.g. ESL, ELL, IEP students). • Skill in utilizing appropriate instructional resources that will enhance student learning. • Skill in delivering instruction, either in person, or through electronic methods, that is stimulating and promotes student engagement. • Ability to manage all the library responsibilities for the middle school. • Ability to serve as a literacy resource for regular education English Language Arts teachers and special education language arts teachers is required. • Ability to instruct middle school ESL students is required by the end of the 2020-21 school year. • Ability to coordinate collect and analyze testing for the middle school (MAP Assessment, PSSA, Keystone, Math and Read 180, CDT, etc) is required. • Ability to serve on the middle school MTSS team is required. • 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. • 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. • Ability to work effectively with fellow teachers in a co-teaching environment. • Ability to establish and execute a budget to acquire the materials needed to maintain a viable collection and to support the middle school curriculum. • Ability to work collaboratively with administration, teachers, students and parents to facilitate the appropriate use of materials and to enhance all curriculum areas. • Ability to work closely with faculty to create effective collaborations. • Ability to coordinate, enrich, expand instructional programs. • Ability to work with individual students and staff and implement the goals of the district. • Ability to demonstrate responsibility in establishing library routines and class scheduling for research. • Ability to lead and manage library aide. • Ability to demonstrate a responsibility in establishing and executing budget priorities.
Posted: : 05/05/2020 Expires: 06/01/2020
Posted by: sarahgrabski

Substitute Teacher

Experience: 1 yrs Relevant: 1 yrs
Salary: 1 Annually
Location: Dr. Therese T. Walter Education Center, 11771 Edinboro Road, Edinboro, PA 16412, United States
• Maintains and respects confidentiality of student and school personnel information; • Maintains discipline and classroom control that fosters a safe and positive learning environment for all students and staff in accordance with school and county policies; • Upholds the district policy and professional ethical standards; • Maintains a professional and morally sound relationship with students in accordance to school and county policies and is mentally clear so as to be able to make sound decisions regarding students and the carrying out of lessons, daily duties, etc. • Ensures the adequate supervision to assure health, welfare, and safety of all students; • Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities; • Reports to office upon arrival at school; checks mailbox of absent teacher for materials requiring immediate attention; requests clarification of school rules and procedures, if necessary; • Reports all student injuries, accidents, illnesses, and discipline problems to the appropriate authority immediately or as soon as is reasonably possible; • Implements lesson plans, while ensuring the integrity of academic time and in a manner which motivates students to learn and participate; • Organizes students for effective instruction; • Dismisses all students from the classroom before leaving the building; • Completes a Substitute Teacher Report Form for the regular classroom teacher; • Collects and places students’ papers in regular teacher’s desk; • Returns instructional materials, equipment, and keys to proper place; • Complies with and supports school and state regulations and policies and follows all building procedures, rules, and policies. • Performs other related duties as assigned by building administrator(s) in accordance with school/state policies and practices.
Ability to work effectively in a collaborative team environment. • Ability to work in a flexible environment and skill in tolerating many situations and personalities. • Knowledge of content and the structure of the discipline. • 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. • Skill in developing lessons for to accommodate individual needs of diverse learners (e.g. ESL, ELL, IEP students). • 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. • Knowledge of effective methods to establish clear behavior expectations in learning environments. • 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.
Posted: : 08/08/2018 Expires: 08/07/2028
Posted by: marissaorbanek
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