Special Education Teacher

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Special Education


Position Title:              Special Education Teacher/Interventionist
Posting Date:              May 6, 2024
Closing Date:              May 20, 2024
Minimum Qualifications:

  • Possess a valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with special education certification or willingness to work toward certification requirements
  • Proficient in the use of technology such as electronic databases, evaluation software, and assistive technologies
  • Knowledgeable  regarding literacy acquisition and reading/math intervention strategies for special populations
  • Knowledgeable regarding the use of positive behavior supports and interventions
  • Possess competency in the teaching of social-emotional and self-regulation skills to school aged populations
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative manner with parents and professionals
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Attend Student Assistance Team meetings and collaborate with general education staff to implement intervention plans.
  • Provide individual and small group interventions to students performing below academic expectancies, and complete ongoing progress monitoring assessments.
  • Assist staff with completion of Functional Behavioral Assessments and development and implementation of Behavior Intervention Plans.
  • Implement universal supports and facilitate peer LINKS program for students with ASD.
  • Serve as a member of the Multi-disciplinary Evaluation Team (MET) providing supportive assessment data and recommendations to team members.
  • Communicate/incorporate results of diagnostic testing, classroom observations and teaching strategies into the MET report and IEP documents.
  • Prepare draft IEP and attend all IEPT meetings for students assigned to caseload with particular attention to progress monitoring of student data.
  • Responsible for the implementation of approved curriculum and individual IEP for each student assigned, develop student performance objectives and maintain documentation such that instructional methods are consistent with the IEP.
  • Implement standard assessment, progress monitoring and recordkeeping procedures for each student.
  • Maintain all necessary recordkeeping procedures for the student’s IEP, lesson plans, attendance records, classroom equipment and supplies inventories, behavioral data, etc. and provide documentation as requested by supervisor(s).
  • Maintain ongoing communication and positive working relationship with parent(s)/guardian(s), community agencies and ISD/LEA staff.
  • Coordinate classroom staff meetings and actively participate in assigned School Improvement activities.
  • Completion of required electronic reports including Illuminate and monthly Medicaid  billing.
For additional information, please contact Angela Nettleton, Superintendent/Principal angelan@eupschools.org

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Pickford Public Schools

333 S. Pleasant St. , Pickford, MI 49774

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Pickford Public School District

333 S. Pleasant St. , Pickford, MI 49774