ESL Teacher-Short Pump Elementary
Must hold a license issued by any agency.
The license position area must be in Alternative Education.
The license must be in one of the following grades: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th.
The license status must be active.
Essential Duties Humanizes instruction by planning a program of study that meets the individual needs of students Secures and prepares instructional materials in advance and shows written evidence of preparation Plans purposeful assignments for student teachers, aides, and substitute teachers Assists in the evaluation, selection, and requisition of books, equipment, audio-visuals, and other supplementary materials Demonstrates a knowledge of subject matter Diagnoses and develops plans for the learning problems of students appropriate to the level of achievement Refers students to specialists when deficiencies are detected or suspected Implements all curriculum programs adopted systemwide in a positive and efficient manner Participates in curriculum development appropriate to assignment Establishes clear objectives for all learning experiences and communicates these objectives to students Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively with students Makes use of a variety of resources, materials, and methods in an effort to improve the effectiveness of instruction Speaks clearly using fluent and appropriate language in well-modulated tones Evaluates pupil accomplishments on a regular basis Exhibits interest in what is being taught and in the needs of the student Confers with colleagues, students, and or parents on a regular basis Promptly and accurately handles routine matters involving reports, records and moneys Takes all necessary precautions to protect and to maintain facilities, equipment, and materials Returns materials to their assigned place or designated personnel promptly after use Emphasizes and enforces safety factors within the classroom, building, and throughout school property As an extension of classroom management responsibilities supervises students throughout the school as assigned, or as circumstances require Maintains a disciplined atmosphere appropriate to the teaching environment Maintains a practice of good housekeeping for self and students to improve the learning environment Establishes reasonable classroom rules with consistent enforcement occurring in a positive way Cooperates with administrative and supervisory staff in the evaluation process Establishes and maintains cooperative relations with co-workers relative to school matters