Teacher - Math - Adult Education

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Waterbury Public Schools
 
JOB CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION
 

 
JOB CLASSIFICATION TITLE
Teacher (Adult Education-Math)
 
DEPARTMENT
Teaching and Learning
 
INCUMBENT NAME
Grants
 
 
 
BARGAINING UNIT CLASSIFICATION
Non-Union
 
REPORTS TO:
Receives administrative direction from the Principal or other administrative official of a higher grade
 
FLSA DESIGNATION
10-Month; 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Monday-Friday;
$33.00 Per Hour. Note: This is a part time, non-union, grant funded position with no benefits that exists as long as funds are available.

PART I - SUMMARY OF CLASSIFICATION
 
This class is accountable for facilitating learning, academic achievement and personal development by providing instruction to out-of-school youth and adults, in remedial health education classes, literacy, or preparatory classes for the General Educational Development examination.
 
PART II - MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
 
A. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
 
General Experience:
 
  1. Possession of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college.
  2. Valid Connecticut Teaching Certificate with endorsement:                         
    1. Mathematics grade 7-12 (029)
 
Special Requirement:
 
  1. In addition to the checking of references and of facts stated in the application, a thorough background investigation of each candidate may be made prior to appointment. 
 
B. CREDENTIALS:
 
C. LICENSURES, CERTIFICATIONS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
 
  1. Employment in this class is conditional upon possession of a valid 029 Mathematics, grades 7-12 Connecticut State Board of Education teaching certificate/endorsement(s) appropriate to the teaching assignment.
  2. Incumbents in this class may be required to possess and retain a current Connecticut Motor Vehicle Driver’s license.
 
D. CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
 

E. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
 
  • Considerable knowledge of core curriculum areas for which the teacher is responsible for instructing, including specialized knowledge in certain fields such as health, reading, mathematics, science, business, music, art, languages, and so forth, as appropriate;
  • Considerable knowledge of educational philosophy, teaching methods and approaches, and currently researched best practices and strategies;
  • Knowledge of child development;
  • Knowledge of classroom management techniques;
  • Knowledge of instructional technologies;
  • Knowledge of learner outcomes;
  • Knowledge of learning theory, students’ learning styles and needs, both academic and affective, and theories of multiple intelligences;
  • Knowledge of multicultural, gender and disability fair curriculum concepts;
  • Knowledge of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and Scientific Research Based Interventions (SRBI);
  • Some knowledge of community resources;
  • Excellent listening skills;
  • Skill in classroom management and organization;
  • Skill in classroom presentation;
  • Skill in human relations, mediation, conflict management and interpersonal interactions;
  • Skill in maintaining and developing reports;
  • Ability and flexibility to interact effectively with students, parents, and other school staff, the administration, and community members of diverse ethnic/racial and socioeconomic backgrounds;
  • Ability to adapt teaching styles to diverse student populations;
  • Ability to apply the principles of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and Scientific Research Based Interventions (SRBI);
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
  • Ability to evaluate student performance and to present these evaluations in a manner that fosters higher student achievement;
  • Ability to multi task and be flexible;
  • Ability to plan and implement lesson plans based upon District and school goals, as well as the objectives, needs and abilities of students;
  • Ability to provide appropriate instruction in core subjects;
  • Ability to utilize computer and multimedia technology, as appropriate;
  • Ability to work in a cooperative learning environment;
  • Ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
 
PART III - POSITION SUPERVISES
 
  1. May direct the work of paraprofessionals.
 
PART IV - ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
 
The following identifies the primary and essential functions of the position and is not intended to be an exhaustive listing of all duties.
 
·         Adapts content material and methods to develop relevant sequential activities that guide and challenge students;
·         Adapts the curriculum to provide individual, small group, or remedial instruction to meet the needs of the individual student;
·         Applies current research-based strategies for classroom instruction, including but not limited to, differentiated instruction, and College Career Readiness Standards (CCRS);
·         Continuously monitors evidence of students demonstrating the ability to perform curricula goals as prescribed in the curriculum;
·         Evaluates student performance through examinations, homework assignments, and other methods, promoting student achievement, maintaining the required student records, and, submits required reports, including report cards, to the principal, assessing students’ academic, behavioral and vocational needs, determining student mastery of subjects, and facilitating school-wide testing of students;
·         Follows the curriculum guidelines to plan and teach small groups and individualized instruction to facilitate optimum learning through a variety of learning styles, ability levels, and educational/linguistic backgrounds;
·         Implements the goals, objectives and standards of the District, the school, and the specific program or department, following a prescribed course of study as delineated in curriculum outlines and authorized by the principal, developing, adapting, and updating curriculum, and developing and implementing lesson plans;
·         Integrates technology into classroom instruction;
·         Interacts cooperatively with other staff members in the development of cohesive curricula materials and the establishment of instructional goals;
·         Maintains accurate, up-to-date daily records of student progress and attendance;
·         Maintains contact and communications with students and guidance counselors, and works with them in the development of each student, scheduling and recruiting students into classes and specialized programs, and enrolling students and maintaining classroom databases on students;
·         Maintains professional competence through participation in professional development activities provided by Adult Education, ATDN, CAACE, and self-selected professional growth activities;
·         Maintains records of assessment;
·         Openly supports and abides by all school policies and procedures;
·         Participates in staff development and professional growth activities, as required;
·         Performs classroom management duties, enforcing school rules governing the conduct of students, taking appropriate disciplinary action regarding students not adhering to school rules, ensuring the safety of students, and maintaining an appropriate classroom-learning environment, including displays;
·         Performs other related duties such as enforcing District and school guidelines regarding health and hygienic conditions and practices, as they may affect the physical and mental health of students;
·         Plans and prepares throughout the year for goal-oriented, curricula aligned instruction;
·         Provides a classroom environment that is conducive to learning which includes establishing and maintaining standards of student behavior necessary to facilitate a variety of learning styles, ability levels and educational/linguistic backgrounds;
·         Provides instruction in the core and age-appropriate curriculum, assessing initial knowledge or skills, making appropriate use of instructional resources and technologies, including computer technology, developing and implementing instructional activities for students, developing and coping instructional materials, and, orders instructional materials and supplies, collaborating with other teachers, staff resources, regarding instructional and program activities; providing for remediation, when necessary, revising teaching methodology to accommodate students, maintaining instructional equipment, as appropriate; and team teaching, when appropriate;
  • Submits weekly lesson plans, which reflect the curriculum and addresses learning needs and styles;
·         Teaches content area to effect the planned student growth as designated in the curriculum. 
·         Utilizes textbooks and instructional supplies appropriate to the interest and maturity level of the students in addition to employing technology (computer, video, internet, etc.) as appropriate to enhance instruction;
·         Performs related duties as requested.
 

PART V - Working Conditions, Physical and Mental Requirements
 
Employees appointed to positions in this class must have adequate physical strength, stamina, physical agility and visual and auditory acuity and must maintain such physical fitness as to be able to perform the duties of the class. A physical examination may be required.
 
Frequency: Place an “X” in each box that is appropriate to your job.

NEVER (N) OCCASIONALLY (O) FREQUENTLY (F) CONSTANTLY (C)
0 % of Shift 1-33% of Shift 34-66% of Shift 67-100% of Shift
Working Conditions N O F C Working Conditions N O F C
Physical Demands Depth Perception X
Standing X Color Distinction X
Walking X Peripheral Vision X
Sitting X Driving X
Lifting X Physical Strength:
Carrying X Little Physical Effort (-10 lbs.) X
Pushing X Light Work (-20 lbs.) X
Pulling X Medium Work (20-50 lbs.) X
Climbing X Heavy Work (50-100 lbs.) X
Balancing X Very Heavy Work (100+ lbs.) X
Stooping X Environmental Conditions
Kneeling X Cold (50 degrees F or less) X
Crouching X Heat (90 degrees F or more) X
Crawling X Temperature Changes X
Reaching X Wetness X
Handling X Humidity X
Grasping X Extreme Noise or Vibration X
Twisting X Exposure to Chemicals X
Feeling X Exposure to Gases and Fumes X
Talking X Exposure to Unpleasant Odors X
Hearing X Exposure to bodily fluids X
Repetitive Motion X Exposure to dampness X
Hand/Eye/Foot Coordination X Confinement to Small or Restricting Area X
Visual Acuity/Near X Mechanical Hazards X
Visual Acuity/Far X Physical danger or abuse X
 
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee assigned to this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job responsibilities and duties performed by personnel so classified.
 
Waterbury Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the District will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourage both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the District when necessary.
 

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Waterbury Public Schools

236 Grand St., Waterbury, CT 06702
 
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Compare with State

Amount per Student

$17,568

State Average: $20,481

% ELL Students

13%

State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio

13.53

State Average: 12.29

% IEP Students

19%

State Average: 14%

FTE

2,785

State Average: 479