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Special Education Teacher (Assistive Technology Specialist-Itinerant) - Permanent Full Time - Job#CP13-001512

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4/24/2013
Becky Scheppmann
edjoinpostings@guhsd.net
1
2013-2014
Full Time
6/25/2013 2:35 PM Pacific
Certificated Salary Schedule
Date Posted:
4/24/2013
Application Deadline:
6/25/2013 2:35 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Full Time
Length of Work Year:
2013-2014
Salary:
Certificated Salary Schedule
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Contact: Becky Scheppmann Email: edjoinpostings@guhsd.net Phone:
Special Education
CP13-001512
Special Education
CP13-001512
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT C-18 HUMAN RESOURCES JOB DESCRIPTION Teacher, Special Education Primary Function: To plan, implement, and evaluate learning programs and activities in assigned teaching areas. To diagnose student individualized learning needs and prescribe and implement instructional services to maximize the learning of each individual student, consistent with District goals and objectives. Directly Responsible to: Principal or to the designated administrator if the teaching assignment is not in a comprehensive school site. Immediate Subordinates: Special Education aides, cadet assistants, and volunteer aides when assigned. Duties and Responsibilities Directly Related to Pupil Progress: 1) Plans and implements appropriate instructional activities: Shows evidence of being consistently prepared; prepares appropriate materials for assignment; develops lessons appropriate to time constraints; and relates lesson to curriculum or course of study. 2) Utilizes a variety of instructional skills and methods: Varies instructional modes to accommodate student needs, interests, learning styles, and ability levels; provides opportunity for student inquiry and problem solving. 3) Selects appropriate learning materials: Utilizes appropriate materials for the learning task; assists students in understanding relationship of materials to concepts to be learned. 4) Monitors and evaluates student progress, checks progress of individual student achievement frequently; evaluates results and adjusts the learning process as needed; provides timely feedback to students and parents. 5) Participates in IEP meetings. Develops and monitors student objectives in conjunction with other members of the IEP team. 6) Maintains appropriate classroom control: Shows respect for students and their ideas; encourages participating consistent with objectives of lesson; promotes recognition of others' rights and ideas; counsels with students displaying inappropriate behavior or performance; directs the activities of the class appropriate to learning tasks. 7) Demonstrates knowledge of subject matter: Presents lessons with a clear and logical structure; assists students in understanding relationships of concepts; displays skill in making lessons interesting; stays abreast of current trends in subject matter. 8) Provides individualized instruction: Adjusts instructional approach and follow-up activities to the ability of the individual student; demonstrates knowledge of each student's achievement level and needs; uses questions that require responses at a variety of cognitive levels. Teacher, Special Education C-18 9) Establishes appropriate relationships with students: Actively interacts with students; demonstrates enthusiasm, intellectual stimulations, and organization. 10) Helps to develop each student's self-image: Respects the dignity of each student; strives to develop positive student attitudes of self-worth and confidence. 11) Encourages students to accept responsibility: Educates students of the rights and responsibilities of living in a democracy; encourages participation in school activities; promotes the worth of accomplishment and self-discipline; allows for individual responsibility and freedom commensurate with maturity level. 12) Assists the student in setting and achieving goals. Assures that students are knowledgeable of objective of the lesson being taught; communicates with students about their achievement and goals; offers specific guidance and suggestions that aid students in the process of achieving goals. 13) Provides for student growth and enrichment: Makes specific suggestions for continued academic growth; sets standards which are challenging and attainable; provides for opportunity of transfer of learning and application of required skills; assists students in understanding and developing healthy peer relationships. 14) Utilizes academic learning time: Adheres to an on-task agenda with procedures that are well understood by students; develops program of intermediate difficulty with high levels of success; develops a sense of pride in academic achievement. 15) Participates in professional growth activities. Other Pertinent Duties and Responsibilities Normally Performed by Certificated Personnel: 16) Conducts conferences and communicates with students, parents, and support personnel concerning individual student needs prior to annual review and other times as needed. 17) Performs basic student attendance accounting, textbook accounting, and business services as required by staff rules or established local procedures. 18) Maintains cooperative, professional attitudes with peers and supervisors. 19) Ensures the care and protection of school property. 20) Fulfills assigned co-curricular responsibilities such as supervision of student social athletic events and other extracurricular activities. Minimum Qualifications: Appropriate California Secondary Teaching Credential Revised: Page 2

Requirements for Applying

Please scan and attach copy of your CBEST or BSR ( Basic Skills Requirment) to your application

Must also possess Assistive Technology Specialist Certificate or be willing to obtain certificate.

  • Copy of Transcript
  • Credential Copy
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3)
  • Resume
  • SA12- Crosscultural, Language and Academic Development Certificate
  • TC3S- Education Specialist Instruction Credential - MM - Mild/Moderate Disabilities
  •      OR TC3S- Education Specialist Instruction Credential - MS - Moderate/Severe Disabilities

Requirements for Applying

Please scan and attach copy of your CBEST or BSR ( Basic Skills Requirment) to your application

Must also possess Assistive Technology Specialist Certificate or be willing to obtain certificate.

  • Copy of Transcript
  • Credential Copy
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3)
  • Resume

  • SA12- Crosscultural, Language and Academic Development Certificate
  • TC3S- Education Specialist Instruction Credential - MM - Mild/Moderate Disabilities
  •      OR TC3S- Education Specialist Instruction Credential - MS - Moderate/Severe Disabilities

Must possess knowledge of accommodations / modifications for students with special needs to gain access to general curriculum. Three years preferred teaching experience, including using Assistive Technologies in the classroom. The job of Special Education Teacher (Assistive Technology Specialist - Itinerant) will assist in assessment and recommendations on assistive technology in conjunction with professionals from various disciplines, providing technical support and training on specific technology equipment to students, families, staff and related providers; coordinating evaluations; acquisition, testing and installation of assistive devices and technology solutions; maintaining inventory records and serving as a resource to school personnel requiring assistance with assistive technology topics. Position will report to Director of Special Education Director.

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Application Deadline: 6/25/2013 2:35 PM Pacific

Must possess knowledge of accommodations / modifications for students with special needs to gain access to general curriculum. Three years preferred teaching experience, including using Assistive Technologies in the classroom. The job of Special Education Teacher (Assistive Technology Specialist - Itinerant) will assist in assessment and recommendations on assistive technology in conjunction with professionals from various disciplines, providing technical support and training on specific technology equipment to students, families, staff and related providers; coordinating evaluations; acquisition, testing and installation of assistive devices and technology solutions; maintaining inventory records and serving as a resource to school personnel requiring assistance with assistive technology topics. Position will report to Director of Special Education Director.

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