Teacher - K-5th ESE Behavior

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Employment Type
Full-time
Grade Levels
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
Kindergarten
Base Salary
$48,000 - $51,000 per YEAR
Start Date
Upcoming School Year
Valid Through
08/30/2024
Position Areas
Elementary
Special Education

Description

Looking to make a difference in an innovative and dynamic inclusive charter school network? UCP Charter Schools are a network of 8 PreK-12th grade schools for students with and without disabilities in Central Florida.

Job Summary:

The Teacher Elementary ESE Behavior facilitates the critical role of being the instructional leader in the classroom of approximately 9-12 students exhibiting significant behaviors that interfere with their own learning or that of their peers. These students require placement in a more supportive environment, specifically an ESE Self-contained classroom, which represents a more restrictive educational setting.

Job Responsibilities:

Follows and applies all Danielson instructional framework protocols to provide best instructional practices to ensure learning for all students. Planning and preparation. Classroom environment. Instruction. Professional responsibilities. Participates as an integral member of the IEP team, creating drafts for IEP goals utilizing data collected from the classroom, parents, therapists and other members of the IEP team. Collect and use data to determine the effects of learning experiences on student’s development and approaches to learning and adapt as needed. Maintains a portfolio with samples of students’ work, records observed progress, uses observational data to plan individualized and differentiated instructional strategies and appropriately follows Individual Education Plan (IEP). Provide instruction in both standard and modified curriculum pathways/Access Points Assess and use data from both standard and modified assessment pathways. Facilitate and lead classroom teams through the development and implementation of functional behavior assessments/behavior interventions plans and crisis plans for identified students. Provide social skills instruction to students utilizing research-based methodologies and approved district curricula. Implement and coach classroom personnel on research-based methods of classroom management and behavioral strategies. Complete all reporting requirements as mandated by the district, state, federal, and educational agencies (i.e. restraint and seclusion, assessments, behavioral data). Collect behavioral data. Assist with student crisis intervention. Use and model research-based classroom management and individualized behavioral interventions. Clearly communicates with families regarding students’ progress, actively involves family members in planning strategies for enhancing student’s progress and maintains a positive, collaborative relationship with students’ families. Participates in team meetings/professional learning and school-based activities. Maintains a classroom that reflects discovery and use of materials and is clean and well maintained. Harmful cleaning supplies and other hazardous materials are not accessible to children, universal precautions are used appropriately and consistently, and responds quickly and appropriately to all accidents/incidents including documentation. Demonstrates attention to punctuality, attendance, deadlines (Individual Education Plan/Individual Family Support Plans expiration/review, progress reports, testing/assessment), compliance with policies and procedures, Code of Ethics, and exercises appropriate professional judgment and other elements of the Florida Educators Accomplished Practices. Ensure and provide basic care giving duties (utilizing universal health and safety precautions) for students. Applies local and state approved protocols integrating technology and making necessary modifications to media and technology to accommodate all students’ needs. Integrates art into curriculum and learning experiences including necessary modifications to accommodate all students’ needs. Performs other related duties as required and assigned. What UCP Offers

Our mission at UCP is to empower children with and without disabilities to achieve their potential by providing individualized support, education and therapy services in an inclusive environment. When you join UCP of Central Florida you partner with a team that is making a positive impact on the futures of our children. For over 60 years, we have been dedicated to enriching the lives of children of all abilities across Central Florida. We provide individualized Support, Education, and Therapy services to thousands of children at 8 campuses in: Downtown Orlando, East Orlando (near UCF), Kissimmee, Pine Hills, Lake Mary, and Winter Garden

UCP of Central Florida offers a competitive benefit package available to all employees! Some perks to being a UCP Team Member may include: health insurance (free option after the first year), dental insurance options, free life insurance, paid time off, discounted on-site childcare, 403B/Retirement match, short & long term disability, and support in continuing your education.

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UCP of Central Florida Charter Schools - Administration

4780 Data Court , Orlando, FL 32817
 

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UCP of Central Florida Charter Schools - Administration

4780 Data Court , Orlando, FL 32817