To provide instruction that is attentive to individual student's academic, social, and emotional needs.
Essential Job Functions: 1. Record and maintain school, classroom, and students' information such as attendance, student files, referral information, progress reports, lesson plans, curriculum development, etc. 2. Attend and participate in departmental/division meetings, planning projects, activities, and school related evening and weekend programs. 3. Be responsible for the arrangement and storage of materials, equipment, and supplies. Observe, report, and take immediate action to ensure the prevention and elimination of safety hazards throughout the building and grounds. Prepare daily and weekly lesson plans in a manner that is responsive to school's philosophy, and in team or grade level planning. 4. Establish and maintain a positive learning environment that reflects the school’s philosophy. 5. Refer students, when necessary, following school procedures. 6. Communicate with parents and professional staff on a regular basis. 7. Be responsible for following curriculum guidelines to include remediating, developing, and enriching computer-based learning experiences. 8. Integrate technology into the teaching-learning process. 9. Maintain proper discipline and assist students in developing self-discipline and a sense of responsibility. 10. Establish a humanistic, systematic classroom code of conduct. 11. Participate in arrival/dismissal, playground, and lunchroom supervisory responsibilities as assigned by the Director.
Marginal Job Functions: 1. Arrange all field trips and resource visitors for their grade level with Director of Student Services. 2. Assist the Director, Assistant Director, and administrative staff in gathering and compiling information for special reports and curriculum revisions. 3. Sponsor at least one extra-curricular activity for students, including special interest groups, clubs, organizations, class sponsorship, etc., as assigned by the Director.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Major (if required): In field or 12 credits in field Required Experience: One (1) year teaching experience.
Preferred Qualifications: 1. Valid State of Florida Certification Certificate. 2. Master's Degree. 3. Three (3) years of successful experience in teaching.
Does this position require a criminal background screening? Yes
Internal Number: 992277
About NSU University School
NSU University School is a JK-12, college-preparatory school serving approximately 1,800 students on the larger Nova Southeastern University campus in South Florida.