1. Participates in the formulation of an Individualized Educational Program for each student. 2. Analyzes each student's specific academic and affective needs based on the student's social behavior, academic performance, previous histories (personal, academic, family). 3. Establishes academic goals; devises teaching strategies to achieve goals, evaluates and revises goals and strategies on an ongoing basis. 4. Presents Individualized Educational Program to representatives of local school boards. 5. Prepares daily instructional plans and materials consistent with subject matter, varying skill levels, particular modes of learning and different affective needs. 6. Adjusts and revises curricula based on the individual needs and range of needs in each class group. 7. Instructs students in groups or individually utilizing a variety of teaching techniques. 8. Provides a stimulating classroom environment; maintains student interest; minimizes distractions; enforces discipline. 9. Establishes achievable goals and objectives; provides positive reinforcement. 10. Analyzes classroom situations, assesses students' clinical states and as a result of these judgments, acts accordingly with a limited and often time crisis time frame. 11. Observes, assess and communicates students' behavior and cognitive and emotional problems to clinical staff. 12. Implements behavior management plans for all students based on assessments of students social-emotional functioning. 13. Evaluates student's academic performance and progress relative to individualized goals. Advises and counsels select students in matters primarily related to academics, and secondarily on other related problems. Communicates evaluation and problems to clinical staff. 14. Reviews and evaluates curriculum on an ongoing basis. Recommends modifications in methods and materials. Ensures that matters pertaining to the protection of student rights are brought to the attention of the Director and Clinical Staff. 15. May perform other duties as assigned.
Required Skill/ability 5: Strong report/writing skills and IEP development.
Posting Position Title: Special Education Teacher Cedarhurst School
Required Skill/ability 3: Strong communication skills - verbal and written.
Work Week: Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day)
University Job Title: Special Education Teacher/Advisor
Required Skill/ability 1: Proficient lesson planning and curriculum development/design skills. Strong content area knowledge.
Required Skill/ability 4: Strong technology skills - proficient with Google Classroom/Zoom.
Required Skill/ability 2: Strong behavior management skills/knowledge of PBS practices.
Bachelor's Degree in Special Education required and three years teaching experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Internal Number: 64713BR
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