Eureka Union School District
Credentialed Job Description
FULL INCLUSION TEACHER
A Full Inclusion Facilitator under the direction of the Director of Special Education will implement services by providing technical assistance, consultation and direct instruction in the area of social/emotional, behavioral and academic instruction for students with special needs to enable them to be successful in their classroom setting. The Full Inclusion Facilitator will design instructional supports by modifying/adapting curriculum, developing and implementing behavior plans and providing instruction to students. The Full Inclusion Facilitator will work collaboratively with classroom teachers and support staff. Assist Special Needs Aide in implementing instruction and collecting data in the areas of concern. The Full Inclusion facilitator will serve as a resource and conduct staff development training.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assessment of students’ ability to function safely and independently on the school campus.
2. Provide direct instruction within the classroom or in a small group.
3. Collaborate with staff members to provide guidance regarding appropriate modifications and adaptations of curriculum and instruction for students.
4. Collaborate with school teams in conducting and interpreting assessments in areas of school participation including academics, behavior and social development.
5. Model instruction using effective strategies and methodologies for students with academic, behavioral and social challenges.
6. Document and report student progress toward achievement of annual goals by collecting and interpreting data.
7. Develop and implement Behavior Support Plans or Behavior Intervention Plans to promote student success.
8. Attend and participate in parent conferences and IEP meeting.
9. Attend and participate in Professional Learning Communities, Student Success Teams and Special Education Team Meetings at the site and district level to disseminate current information to staff. Act as a resource to staff.
10. Provide supervision and training to the Special Needs Aide working with students in the classroom.
11. Conduct staff development training to increase knowledge of special education students with autism, behavioral and social/emotional challenges in the classroom.
12. Serve as the case manager for students and maintain appropriate files and records.
13. Participate in continued professional growth activities to advance knowledge of effective instructional curriculum and methodologies for students with special needs.
14. Develop and maintain effective professional relationships and promote positive public relations.
15. Perform related duties as assigned.
1. Knowledge of :
- Diagnostic techniques and service delivery models to students with autism and other moderate severe disabilities.
- Applied Behavioral Analysis principles and methods.
- Incidental teaching vs direct instruction vs discrete trial training
- Data collection methodology and interpretation
- Implementing behavior support plans or behavior intervention plans.
- Methods and strategies for inclusion of students
- Social skills training and behavior management strategies.
- Methods and strategies for collaboration with teachers
- Curriculum adaptation methodology
- Technology skills, including word processing and spread sheets
2. Ability to maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with students, parents and school personnel.
3. Ability to perform a variety of specialized and responsible tasks, maintain records, and meet schedule deadlines.
Education and Experience:
1. A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in special education and or related field.
2. A California Teaching Credential which authorizes teaching individuals with mild to moderate, moderate to severe or autism authorization.
3. Board Certified Behavior Analyst or must attain certification within 18 months of employment.
4. Experiences working with students with Autism and related disabilities.
5. Experience in facilitating staff development workshops.
Revised: May 2010
Adopted: January 2011