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SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL DAY CLASS TEACHER - Apricot Valley Elementary School

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5/31/2017
1
185 days
Full Time
Until Filled
$51,570 - $85,128 for fully qualified teachers. $49,333 to $60,521 for intern teachers. In addition, District pays $667 monthly CAP for benefits.
Date Posted:
5/31/2017
Application Deadline:
Until Filled
Employment Type:
Full Time
Length of Work Year:
185 days
Salary:
$51,570 - $85,128 for fully qualified teachers. $49,333 to $60,521 for intern teachers. In addition, District pays $667 monthly CAP for benefits.
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Contact: Stephanie Days Email: sdays@patterson.k12.ca.us Phone:
Year for year credit given up to 14 years for public school teaching experience
$1,000 stipend given for National Board Certification
3% stipend given for fully credentialed Special Education teachers
$2,578 stipend for Masters & $2,578 for Doctorate
Year for year credit given up to 14 years for public school teaching experience
$1,000 stipend given for National Board Certification
3% stipend given for fully credentialed Special Education teachers
$2,578 stipend for Masters & $2,578 for Doctorate
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
SPECIAL DAY TEACHER FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES DEFINITION: To provide appropriate instruction as specified in the child's Individual Education Plan (IEP) for learning disabled students whose educational needs are so severe that they cannot be met in a regular school program for the majority of the school day with the use of supplementary aids and services and who meet the state criteria for learning handicapped class placement. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: a. teach learning disabled pupils or those for whom this is the least restrictive placement basic academic and perceptual skills at the level of their emotional, physical and intellectual abilities, as determined by the I.E.P. Team; b. provide a practical curriculum which will enable students to acquire skills important for a successful and productive adult life; c. participate as a member of the I.E.P. Team ; d. develop, update and implement I.E.P.s annually; e. assess student performance and progress on an annual basis; f. maintain close parent and mainstream teacher contacts; g. maintain responsibility for special day class students through total day (even when they are mainstreamed); h. prepare lesson plans (for teacher and aide); i. supervision of aide(s) assigned to the classroom; j. provide career awareness training; k. prepare a Transition Plan and coordinate work experience and/or on-the-job training programs (students sixteen (16) years and older); l. work cooperatively with the psychologist and regular education staff (as appropriate) in the implementation of the Hughes Bill as needed; m. maximize mainstreaming for each student to the greatest extent possible based on individual needs and IEP plan; n. other duties as assigned. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of: a. learning theory, particularly for children with exceptional needs b. instructional materials; c. special education teaching techniques; d. academic assessment instruments and how to administer them; e. perceptual development and related remedial techniques. Ability to: a. develop and provide appropriate instruction; b. assess children's academic needs and performance; c. write Individual Educaion Plans (I.E.P.s) and keep I.E.P. file current and orderly; d. conference with parents and teachers; e. work as a member of the special education team; f. work as a team within the mainstreaming model. Experience: Special education teacher experience is desirable, but not mandatory. Credential: A clear Learning Handicapped credential or eligible for preliminary credential or emergency Learning Handicapped credential. SUPERVISION: Works under the joint supervision of the principal and the district's Coordinator of Student Services and Special Projects. Principal is responsible for the evaluation. Board adopted: 02/27/95

Requirements for Applying

Valid California Mild/Moderate Credential with EL Authorization. Autism Authorization desired. District will consider fully qualified interns. You MUST submit your Intern Eligibility letter from the college for proof of your credential and the letter must also state that the program has EL authorization.

Online application only. In order for your application to be considered complete you must attach all required documents. District does not accept emailed or faxed documents. If you should experience problems, please contact the system administrator - Edjoin. There is a phone number and an email tab on their web site for contact information. I suggest that you check the status of your application after you apply to verify that it was either “Submitted” or “Not Submitted.” It is your responsibility to confirm that your application has been submitted.

  • Copy of Transcript
  • Credential Copy (If your credential does not have EL or autism authorization, please submit your certificates. Scan your actual credential that has the authorization codes and not the certificate. Interns must submit verification letter from college stating that you are intern eligible.)
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three recent letters)
  • NCLB Compliance (Proof of Subject Matter in Elementary Curriculum)
  • Resume

    Requirements for Applying

    Valid California Mild/Moderate Credential with EL Authorization. Autism Authorization desired. District will consider fully qualified interns. You MUST submit your Intern Eligibility letter from the college for proof of your credential and the letter must also state that the program has EL authorization.

    Online application only. In order for your application to be considered complete you must attach all required documents. District does not accept emailed or faxed documents. If you should experience problems, please contact the system administrator - Edjoin. There is a phone number and an email tab on their web site for contact information. I suggest that you check the status of your application after you apply to verify that it was either “Submitted” or “Not Submitted.” It is your responsibility to confirm that your application has been submitted.

    • Copy of Transcript
    • Credential Copy (If your credential does not have EL or autism authorization, please submit your certificates. Scan your actual credential that has the authorization codes and not the certificate. Interns must submit verification letter from college stating that you are intern eligible.)
    • Letter of Introduction
    • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three recent letters)
    • NCLB Compliance (Proof of Subject Matter in Elementary Curriculum)
    • Resume

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      Our District, which is located in Stanislaus County, is an exemplary school district seeking highly qualified and motivated teachers.

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