CTE Teacher – Law & Public Safety
DEFINITION: Under general supervision, develops and implements a curriculum program consistent with District educational goals and objectives. The Law and Public Safety Teacher will be responsible for the instruction and supervision of students and the successful achievement of certifications, dual credit, and professional skills. The Law and Public Safety course includes instruction in law enforcement history and theory, organizational leadership, administration of public policy, and incident response strategies. Additional information on the program standards can be found on the ADE website, Career and Technical Education.
(Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class).
Observes and monitors control of student’s behavior in the classroom, field-trips, library, school buses, and other areas; establishes, maintains, and promotes a classroom atmosphere which ensures the emotional and physical safety and well-being of students and emphasizes mutual respect, self-worth, self-discipline, cooperation, consideration and responsibility; assesses student needs and develops implements and evaluates daily lesson plans for students to include scheduled activities and materials. Modifies instruction of program to meet the needs of each child; plans, organizes and displays classroom materials, space and time appropriate to curricular activities; utilizes and implements classroom management techniques to maintain organization, orderliness and student safety, and a productive learning environment. Utilizes positive reinforcement to maximize desired behavior and educational outcomes; plans instruction to achieve specific objectives based upon student need and established curriculum. Implements instructional techniques to encourage and motivate students.
Evaluates written materials to include written assignments and tests; analyzes and evaluates student progress and course curriculum; evaluates the performance of students regarding achievements in curriculum and activities and makes necessary provisions to meet learning needs; ensures parents and students are informed of methods of evaluation utilized in the classroom; informs parents of student progress; advises parents of instructional methods that may assist student; informs parents of school activities; participates as a member of an instructional team to promote learning activities for students consistent with District and school education objectives; collaborates with specialists to assist students; may monitor the activities of a teacher assistant and classroom volunteers; orders classroom supplies and instructional materials; performs other duties as assigned.
Completes the essential components of a Career and Technical Education program including administering the Technical Skills Assessment, organizing a Career and Technical Student Organization, maintaining inventory, submitting budget requests for necessary items, and administering any required assessment for certification.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS:
Knowledge of District and Department policies and procedures.
Knowledge and understanding State and Federal activities standards
Knowledge of developmental levels of school age children.
Knowledge of various teaching techniques and methods.
Skill in applying common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Skill in reading and interpreting documents such as rules, instructions, and procedure manuals.
Skill in writing routine reports and correspondence.
Skill in effective written and oral communication.
Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
Skill in basic math computations.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Work is performed in an indoor environment. Work requires frequent sitting, repetitive motion, vision to monitor, and may require some lifting.
Must currently possess, or be able to obtain within 3 months of hire, the Career and Technical Education Certificate in Industrial and Emerging Technologies. May include any allowable combination of relevant work experience and/or teaching experience.
Valid Arizona IVP Fingerprint Clearance Card
Salary Grade: Refer to Certified Salary Schedule FTE: 1.0 Days: 211 Start Date: 2022/2023 School Year