Certified - Special Education - Teacher - Emotionally Handicapped
Teach High School emotionally handicapped special education students academic, social, and motor skills in the public school setting.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Bachelor's Degree required
Must hold valid Indiana Secondary Teacher's License(s): Mild Interventions or EH.
Must have working knowledge of state standards, general education curriculum, IEP's, behavioral interventions, and IPS curriculum framework – Excellent organization and communication skills –– Able to adapt material.
•.Commit to implement Differentiation instruction, including Three Tier Instruction, whole group and flexible small grouping of students. • Assessment/Data: Administer frequent assessments to evaluate students' continuous progress. Analyze data – evaluate student work and assessment data to make instructional adjustments (error pattern analysis), evaluate social growth, keep appropriate records, and prepare progress reports. • Analyze classroom literacy strengths and weaknesses to formulate plans for improvement of student achievement in reading. • Work collaboratively with other alternative education staff. • Prepare rigorous, engaging lessons and other instructional materials to meet the individual needs of all students • Provide direct, explicit comprehension instruction. • Attend all professional development, including training that may occur during the summer. • Maintain control that is conducive to classroom and campus safety. • Hold parent conferences regarding academic achievement and behavioral issues. • Keep attendance and grade records as required by the school. • Carry out supervisory responsibilities related to monitoring students' behavior and activities in the classroom, on the campus, and during school events.