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Responsible for providing overall leadership in their classroom. This leadership involves planning, executing, and evaluating all programs necessary to fulfill the school’s learning expectations for the students.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Performs the following in regard to curriculum and instruction.
- Develops weekly lesson plans with a view toward accomplishing student learner outcomes, course objectives, and standards and benchmarks as stated in curricular documents.
- Maintains proper classroom discipline, taking care of minor problems personally and referring major problems to the principal.
- Develops a positive, nurturing class environment.
- Implements instructional technology, audio-visual materials, class projects and other methods that enhance learning.
- Adapts strategies for working with second language learners (especially SIOP strategies).
- Uses differentiation to work toward meeting the needs of the students in the class including students with learning differences.
- Assigns homework that supports learning and that is within the expectations and goals of the school.
- Attends and participates in teacher’s meetings, some evening programs if involving his or her students, annual teacher’s conference, and other meetings as assigned in the teacher’s handbook.
- Holds help classes after school as needed.
- Completes paperwork including the following:
- Beginning, mid-year, and end of the year goal forms.
- Mid-quarter grade reports 4 times per year (Elementary through HS).
- Report cards 4 times per year.
- Inventories of classroom equipment/ supplies/books.
- End-of-year debriefing evaluation form.
- Administration of achievement tests as assigned or required.
- Accreditation paperwork.
- Other paperwork as assigned or requested.
- Cleans or repairs building or classroom:
- Tends to the overall appearance of the classroom.
- Assists in overall cleanliness and maintenance of facilities.
- Promptly reports repair needs to the administration.
- Completes end of the year cleaning of the classroom area.
- Plans parties at designated holidays (elementary).
- Is available to parents or students who wish to have a conference during or after school.
- Is prepared for twice-yearly conferences with parents of each student
- ECC – Required fall home visits, optional spring conferences
- Elementary – Required fall conferences, optional spring conferences
- Middle School – Required fall student led conferences, optional spring student led conferences
- High School – Conferences as desired by teacher or parent
- Students on Action Plans – Teachers who work with that child must attend the annual conference
- Supervises extracurricular activities, organizations, outings as assigned in the teacher’s handbook. This includes fall camp and spring trip for secondary.
- Oversees or participates in assemblies as referred to in teacher’s handbook or as mentioned in a teacher’s specific job requirements.
- Takes part in the yearly professional development program as assigned in the annual professional development plan.
- Serves on committees, such as those for accreditation or curriculum review, as requested or assigned.
- Carries out other duties and responsibilities as deemed appropriate by the supervisor.
Qualifications and requirements
- Has a Bachelor Degree in education.
- Has a valid Teaching Certificate.
- Has at least two years teaching experience
- Demonstrates ability to work effectively with foreign and national students with sensitivity to unique and multicultural perspectives and thoughts.
- Demonstrates ability to plan, organize, execute, and evaluate in the classroom setting.