JobID 8223 : 7th/8th Grade Cross Categorical Teacher (#1949832)

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Job Type
Full-time
Start Date
01/14/2020

Description

Description:
-Cross Categorical Teacher for 7th/8th grade students
-This is not a temporary position
-Excellent benefit package includes health insurance, state and corporation retirement programs and paid sick and personal leave days
-Vision/dental plans available


Requirements:
-Creates positive and respectful relationships with students, staff, parents, administrators and professional agencies who work on behalf of the student
-Works cooperatively with student parents, professional staff, general education teachers and administrators regarding the educational, social and personal needs of the student to implement their individual education plan (IEP)
-Teaches socially acceptable behavior, as determined from data sources such as student's functional behavioral assessment, systematic observations and other quantitative and qualitative data sources
-Completes necessary reporting and daily record keeping as required by corporation procedures
-Develop, implement, monitor and evaluate IEPs for each student that include present levels of educational performance, special education needs, instructional goals and objectives and the special education services and related services required to   meet those goals
-Attends team meetings and collaborates with the general education teacher and prepares appropriate lesson plans and objectives based upon individual student's IEP goals and grade level expectations
-Provides ongoing supervision and mentoring to ensure the IEP is beng implemented
-Coordinates student's inclusion into general education classes and activities as an inclusion teacher
-Co-teaches with general education teacher in large groups, small groups and leads pre-teaching and/or remedial groups based on student needs in the general education classroom
-Teaches one or more resource classes to support student's inclusion classes as assigned
-Utilizes a variety of learning styles in instructional activities to ensure all students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences
-Performs education assessments in accordance with the state standards, district policies, school programs and IEP goals
-Develops, implements, monitors and revises behavior support plans as required by the students for education success
-Participates in research based training and serves as a team member, consultant and leader to the special education department, school support team and administration in the area of special education practices and procedures
-Complies with all corporation and state reporting requirements within mandated timeline
-Up-to-date knowledge of best practices of special education instruction 
-Complete understanding of the co-teaching model
-Upon offer, applicant must complete and clear all Indian background check requirements for school personnel as required by IN state law
-Upon offer, applicant must complete and clear drug screen

Qualifications:
-Valid IN teaching license covering the appropriate school setting in at least one of the following:  Learning Disabled, Mildly Mentally Handicapped, Mild Disabilities or Mild Intervention

 

Posted By

Logansport Community School Corporation

2829 George St, Logansport, IN 46947-3997
 
Insights
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$14,302 (USD)

State Average: $11,520 (USD)

% ELL Students

24%

State Average: 5%

Student Teacher Ratio

16.63

State Average: 18.15

% IEP Students

12%

State Average: 16%

FTE

689

State Average: 351