Virtual School Instructor- Elementary Level

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Description

Non-District #25 teachers will have some flexibility in when this work is done as long as they meet the requirements of the program"  
Contact Brant Nyberg if questions: bnyberg@fremont25.org



Virtual School Instructor


Qualifications:
 Possess appropriate Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board Teaching Certification
 Elementary or Secondary Level Content or Special Education Certification by course as needed
 Special Education Certification as needed
 Complete 7 hours of annual professional development specific to Virtual Education (0.5 PTSB
 credits)
 Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills

Reports to: Director of Virtual Student Learning and Management

Supervises: None

Job Status: Extra Duty Assignment. Virtual instruction is to take place outside the regular school day schedule.


Nature and Scope of the Job: To act under the general direction of the Director to direct, coordinate,
organize, and perform assigned and related duties dealing with the virtual education of assigned
students and the specific content areas

Essential Functions:
 -Provide instructional support for students enrolled in the Fremont Virtual Program.
 -Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, parents, and
  schools
 -Work cooperatively with school counseling staff to develop a learning plan/schedule for the
  student that promotes success towards defined goals.
 -Work closely with the teachers and case managers to accommodate required accommodations
  (i.e. 504 plans, IEPs, etc.). Appropriately utilize Service Providers to meet these requirements.
 -Highly skilled at implementing exemplary educational practices resulting in demonstrated
  student achievement gains
 -Exhibit knowledge of standards-based curriculum and instructional programs and practices for
  assigned grade levels
 -Demonstrate operational knowledge of Internet and Web-related technologies
- Ability to communicate effectively with all stakeholders in the Virtual Instruction Program in
  written and oral form, including electronic media, using positive interpersonal skills
 -Ability to organize, prioritize, manage and carry out duties efficiently and within established
  timeframes
 -Knowledge or demonstrated ability to adapt to curriculum and instructional best practices for
  online learning
- Monitor student progress toward course completion goals through Acellus (or other selected
  programs).
 -Communicate regularly with enrolled students and their families through email, phone calls,
  and/or video conferencing tools (such as Google Meets or Zoom).

Virtual Instructor JD June 23, 2020

 -Provide quarterly reports reflecting student progress to families through report cards.
- Track attendance for both students and parents (or responsible adults) through Acellus.
 -Communicate with families a minimum of one email/text update per week, to make necessary
  adjustments to the learning plan/schedule to address poor performance or attendance.
 -Communicate student progress with Virtual School Administration. Proactively notify
-Administration of any issues that are prohibiting the success of the student.
 -Provide live support, either through phone or video conferencing or office hours, a minimum of
  two days a week.
 -Provide asynchronous support Monday through Friday.

Terms of Employment: Designated by Contract and funding source

Required Testing, Certificates, Licenses:    Clearances:

Wyoming Teacher endorsement.                Criminal Justice Background Clearance

 


This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties
or responsibilities that are required of the employee.


Application Procedure:
Apply Online

Posted By

Fremont County School District #25

121 North Fifth Street West, Riverton, WY 82501
 
Insights
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$17,608

State Average: $18,706

% ELL Students

2%

State Average: 3%

Student Teacher Ratio

State Average: 12.38

% IEP Students

15%

State Average: 14%

FTE

State Average: 274