Special Education (K-5)

Emmett School District Southwest / Boise Special Education Not Applicable Full Time Posted 1Y ago

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Emmett School District currently has openings for Special Education Teachers experienced in Resource Room in grade levels K-5.  Idaho Certification in Special Education K-12 required. Seeking Teachers possessing skills in designing and implementing specialized instruction in grades K-5  to offer students Resource Room Supports (Push in/ Pull Out) for academic needs as well as supporting Emotional Behavioral needs and/or Life Skills focus.  Knowledge and experience in modifying general education curriculum and supplementing with replacement curriculum to meet individual student needs as outlined on specific IEP. Teachers with experience providing Resource room support and implementing supports for students needing specialized instruction and accommodations/adaptations (Modifications) across general education settings,  as well as having strong knowledge and experience in self-contained classroom/programming, supporting students with behavioral needs, in Extended Resource and Behavior Intervention strongly recommended to apply. Strong case management, paperwork completion and usage, organization, time management, communication, and team collaboration skills are required. Position PurposeAssess student needs, collaborate, and work with the team to complete the Eligibility process, implement data from Eligibility to lead IEP Team in developing IEPs,  implement IEP and service delivery to provide specially designed instruction for students identified as eligible for special education.   Provide and collaborate with team members as well as oversee the delivery of instructional services to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their social, emotional, behavioral, adaptive, and academic development. Ability to establish and maintain a favorable working and learning atmosphere. Knowledge of curriculum and instructional strategies, procedures, and state and federal statutes. Knowledge of technology as it relates to education. Fulfill requirements of case managing Special Education Teacher.  Maintain confidentiality related to agency, district, students, and family information. Demonstrated sensitivity and respect for diversity.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESSpecial Education Teacher experienced in both Resource Room, Self Contained Classroom for Emotional Behavioral needs, Extended Resource Room across grade levels.   Certification requires Special Education K-12 Specialist (Idaho). Responsible for providing resource room support for students in all subject areas and supporting participation in general education classes by modifying curriculum and teaming with teachers for class participation.Modification of General Education curriculum and use of r general education and placement curriculum for supplementation.  Work with teams to Identify students who qualify for Special Education.Provide special education services to eligible students.Develop and implement on an ongoing basis the Individual Education Plan for each student assigned to the special education programs.Develop appropriate, measurable learning goals and objectives for students to progress in the general education curriculum and that are compliant with the Idaho State Department of Education requirements. Progress Monitor and adjust plans as needed.Coordinate with General Education Teachers to ensure accommodations are being implemented in General Education Classes, Assist General Education Teachers to provide modification to the general education curriculum as outlined in IEPs, and collaborate and assist with interventions across settings.  Meet all IEP and eligibility timelines.Provide direct instruction to students to meet the specified IEP annual goals and short-term objectives that have been aligned to the general education standards or alternate standards.Actively seek out services and support staff necessary to assist in meeting the IEP goals and objectives for individual students.Monitor student progress at least weekly.Document and communicate pupil progress to parents, regular classroom teachers, and other appropriate personnel at least as often as progress is reported for general education students.Participate in parent-teacher conferences.Plan and participate in each student’s annual review.Participate in a multidisciplinary team with school, appropriate community personnel, parents, and students when appropriate.Provide the necessary record-keeping documents as required by the Federal, State, and Emmett School District rules and regulations.Ensure an orderly learning environment through effective teaching and management practices.Employ a variety of instructional techniques to address the needs and capabilities of the individual or students involved.Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with building administrators, other building teachers, and support personnel.Participate in in-service activities and other staff development activities to enhance professional growth.Plan and supervise the purposeful assignment for the para-educator(s) and volunteers and provide evaluative data regarding their job performance.Know and follow school policy and the chain of commandUnderstand and implement the Idaho Special Education ManualActs ethically and confidentially in all aspects of employment.Performs such school-related duties as assigned by the supervisor. Note:  The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities.  It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility. Skills, Knowledge, and AbilitiesKnowledge of Special Education principles, theories, testing, methods, etc. as well as proven methods of maximizing the educational experience of students with special needs. Knowledge of differentiated instruction based upon student learning styles. Knowledgeable about Functional Behavior Analysis, Developing, and Implementation of Behavior Intervention Plans.Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws regarding education and students. Ability to communicate effectively with students,  parents, colleagues, and supervisors. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work. Qualifications Profile   Certification/License: Idaho State Certification as a Special Education Teacher.    Education:Bachelors from an accredited college or university in education discipline applicable to teaching assignment.    Experience: Successful prior special education teaching experience for the appropriate grade level preferred. Application Procedure:Apply Online at www.emmettschools.org/jobs

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