Middle School ELA Teacher (#184925)

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Under the leadership of the Assistant Principal, the English Language Art Teacher is to work with and co-teach middle school students to ensure their success in a college preparatory program. The English Language Art Teacher provides effective instruction and support in curricular areas for which employed; utilizes various instructional resources and technologies; demonstrates knowledge of the teaching/learning process; develops and modifies instructional plans and materials to meet the needs of a diverse student population; maintains contact and communication with parents and Student Life staff; and works effectively with administrators, colleagues, and all members of the school community.


Collaborate in a strong team environment to: • Establish and maintain an engaging middle and/or high school learning environment conducive to student success. • Promote and support a middle and/or high school program with promotion based upon standards mastery. • Communicate knowledge in an interesting, stimulating, and effective manner, using a variety of instructional methodologies, curriculum resources, and materials. • Examine student assessment data to guide and improve instruction • Promote high levels of learning in an engaging and effective manner using a variety of instructional methodologies, curriculum resources, and materials • Integrate literacy strategies into the instructional framework. • Differentiate instruction to reach all learners. • Co-Plan, organize, and deliver appropriate lessons for assigned area(s) of responsibility, • Collaborate with coworkers on planning, professional development, standards-based curriculum, and common assessment design to contribute to the continuous improvement of instruction at the school. • Assess students’ learning in a professional manner and communicate students’ progress to parents and fellow teachers to facilitate future instruction. • Advocate for student accommodations and services to ensure that IEP’s are being implemented with fidelity. • Maintain and submit necessary records, progress reports, and grade reports • Monitor and case manage assigned MD Online IEP’s • Plan and prepare for all IEP meetings as assigned • Meet with students on your assigned case load on a weekly basis • Deliver pull out instruction that is compliant with student IEP’s • Participate in faculty meetings, workshops, staff development programs, and other school sponsored activities • Participate in summer programming which may include direct service to incoming and returning SEED youth and curriculum work with colleagues • Assist in general building supervision and discipline of students outside of the classroom • Adhere to the professional and ethical standards as outlined in the SEED PCS Staff Manual.

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Seed School of Maryland

200 Font Hill Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21223
Compare with State

Amount per Student

State Average: $15,742 (USD)

% ELL Students

State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 14.80

% IEP Students


State Average: 12%



State Average: 4,679