Middle School Special Education Teacher
Must hold a license issued by Utah State Office of Education.
The license must be in one of the following types: Special Education (K-12+) (Level 1), Special Education (K-12+) (Level 2), Special Education (K-12+) (Level 3), Special Education (K-12+) (ARL).
The license position area must be in one of the following areas: Autism, Deaf-Blind, Early Intervention Specialist, Educational Diagnostician, Emotional Behavior Disabilities, Hearing Impairment, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Mild/Moderate Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Special Education (General), Traumatic Brain Injury, Visual Impairment.
The license must be in one of the following grades: 6th, 7th, 8th.
The license status must be active or about to graduate from a state-approved teacher preparation program.
Venture Academy is now accepting applications for a full-time Middle School Special Education teacher for the 2023-2024 school year.
Venture Academy is a public charter school located in Marriott-Slaterville, UT. As a school of expeditionary learning, provides professional development, curriculum planning resources, and school organizational structures that boost student engagement, character, and achievement. Our core practices enhance instruction and instill a positive school culture by emphasizing: -a rigorous and engaging curriculum; -an active, inquiry-based approach to teaching; and -a school culture that fosters respect, enthusiasm, collaboration, and the idea that with effort everyone can achieve more than they thought possible.
Duties will include: -Working directly with 6-8 staff and the special education director to provide all students with opportunities for success within an inclusion-based learning model. -Providing training and support for classroom teachers with regard to IEPs and accommodations. -Coordinating schedules for paraprofessionals, facilitating IEP meetings, and working with all staff to ensure that paperwork and reporting are completed accurately and in a timely manner. -Providing the appropriate support for students attending opening camp and other adventure-based learning experiences. -Compliance monitoring of state and federal regulations regarding special education. -Participating in professional development during the summer, as needed. -Serve as an advocate and liaison for all students with IEPs.