IDAHO ARTS CHARTER SCHOOL •Southwest / Boise •Elementary •Primary •Full Time •Posted 1M ago
About this job
Idaho Arts Charter School
2022-23 school year
Responsible for instructing students in an elementary school setting. Creates lesson plans, administers praise and constructive criticism, instructs students on subjects such as science, English language arts, social studies, and math, and creates a well-rounded, arts-integrated program.
Identifying the learning needs of individual children.
Planning and delivering learning instructions that are based on the needs of the students.
Developing lessons that integrate the arts.
Providing learning environments that are stimulating where the children can develop their potential and also experience growth.
Helping students gain the appropriate attitude, skills and knowledge.
Use such evaluation tools as tests to evaluate the progress of the students.
Communicating to parents on the progress of the children.
Serving as mentors and role models to the students.
Organizing, directing and supervising parent volunteers and teaching assistants.
Attending seminars, sessions related to professional development as well as meetings.
Assigning and grading homework and class work.
Preparing, administering and grading assignments and tests with an aim of evaluating the progress of the students.
Maintaining student records.
Preparing and implementing remedial sessions for the children who require extra assistance.
Enforcing school administration policies.
Providing learning resources and materials.
Planning and supervising trips and classroom activities.
Job application closes: May 1, 2022
Apply at www.idahoartscharter.org
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