Autism Certified Teacher for Autism Program (RISE) (2 positions)

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Start Date
08/24/2020

Description

Job Title:        Autism Certified Teacher for Autism Program (RISE)
               
    
Terms of Employment
 
Qualifications

  • Must be eligible for State of Delaware certification as a Teacher of Students with Autism or Students with Severe Intellectual Disabilities.
  • Must be eligible for State of Delaware Certification as Special Education Teacher.
  • Classroom experience teaching students with Autism
  • Master’s Degree
  • Excellent collaboration skills.
  • Working knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Knowledge of Delaware State Content Standards, Assessment & Accountability.
  • Knowledge of best practices in special education
  • Thorough knowledge of IDEA and IEP implementation.
  • Excellent organizational, communication, and computer skills.
  • Criminal background check, Tuberculin testing, and health verification.
 
Summary
 A full time Autism support teaching position for students. The Autism Support teacher is responsible for designing and implementing the instructional programs for students with Autism in an education setting.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Provide case management responsibilities for assigned students.
  • Design and provide differentiated instruction based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and other Evidence-based practices for assigned students.
  • Support and facilitate inclusion in a middle school environment.
  •  Collaborate with IEP team members and other members of the school community.
  •  Meet and collaborate with student families.
  •  Maintain professionalism and confidentiality.
  •  Keep accurate records as required by District guidelines and State law.
  •  Collect and interpret data on student learning and progress.
  •  Administer appropriate assessment measures based on student needs and applicable state law.
  •  Demonstrate and implement Positive Behavior Support practices.
  •  Attend professional development trainings.
  • Display content/pedagogy knowledge in designing instruction that matches state and district curriculum. 
  • Maintain professionalism, confidentiality, and an atmosphere that promotes student learning.
  • Facilitate communicate for all students using verbal or augmentative communication means with support from Speech/language Pathologist.
  • Collaborate with IEP team members to ensure students are receiving the supports they need to make meaningful progress.  IEP members include but are not limited to: Speech/Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Adaptive Physical Education Teacher, Physical Therapist
  • Differentiate and modify instruction based off the Dynamic Learning Maps to meet individual student needs.
  • Engage in ongoing monitoring of student progress through structured data collection.
  • Demonstrate effective classroom management of student behaviors.
  • Plan and use classroom time effectively.
  • Implement School Board and school based policies and procedures in order to uphold school regulations.
  • Work closely with regular education teachers, special education staff and outside resources to assist students with disabilities.
  • Integrate technology in instruction.
  • Work continuously toward self-improvement through the active pursuit of professional development activities.
  • Participate in district and school level committees designed to foster continuing improvement and growth.
  • Communicate curriculum and student related information effectively in oral and written form.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Principal and/or Supervisor of Special Education Services.
 
To Apply:  www.apposchooldistrict.com
 
 

Posted By

Appoquinimink School District

313 South Fifth Street, Odessa, DE 19730-4010
 
Insights
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$11,649 (USD)

State Average: $14,609 (USD)

% ELL Students

2%

State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio

16.74

State Average: 15.05

% IEP Students

14%

State Average: 15%

FTE

1,181

State Average: 349