Openings as of 9/18/2018Middle School Teaching
Possession of a valid State of Iowa teaching certificate in the appropriate area(s) listed below. See attachment for complete job description.
Burlington Community School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Burlington Community School District ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Burlington Community School District has a policy of active recruitment of qualified minority teachers and non-certified employees. Any individual needing assistance in making application for any opening should contact the Department of Human Resources.
Essential Job Functions:
8th Grade Math Co-teacher/Instructional Strategist, participate in 8th grade math PLC, work as a team with other 8th grade teachers and support staff.
Special Education Certification K-8, math background preferred experience: experience working as a strategist and co-teacher preferred; flexible; ability to develop working relationships with all students; knowledgeable of accommodations and strategies for assisting struggling learners; attend IEP meetings; maintain accurate records; maintain confidentiality; ability to co-plan and co-assess with content teacher; success working with students that have disabilities; co-teaching background; flexibility and ability to work with a variety of staff members; dependable; trustworthy; ability to maintain confidentiality; work with students in large and small groups as well as whole instruction; compliant with all IEP monitoring and meeting deadlines, collective responsibility for school improvement goals.
To apply please visit https://portal.waterloo.k12.ia.us/AP/applicant/login.php
TITLE: Student Teacher - Middle School QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Meet certification requirements of the
Department of Education, State of Iowa. 2. Such alternatives to the above qualifications
as the Board may find appropriate and
acceptable. REPORTS TO: Principal SUPERVISES: Teacher Associates and Volunteers as assigned. JOB GOAL: To help students achieve skills that will contribute
to their development as productive and
responsible citizens. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Demonstrates ability to enhance academic performance. 2. Demonstrates competence in content knowledge appropriate to the teaching position. 3. Demonstrates competence in planning and preparing for instruction. 4. Uses strategies to deliver instruction that meets the multiple learning needs of students. 5. Uses a variety of methods to monitor student learning. 6. Demonstrates competence in classroom management. 7. Engages in professional growth. 8. Fulfills professional responsibilities established by the school district. 9. Performs other duties as may from time to time be assigned by the Superintendent or Principal PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Bending, carrying, climbing, driving, lifting, pushing-pulling, reaching, sitting, standing, walking. WORKING CONDITIONS: 1. Includes extremes of temperature and humidity. 2. Hazards include stairs and communicable diseases. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and work year to be established by the Board. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated by the building principal according to the guidelines of the master contract. Approved by:________________________________________________ Date:__________________________ Ankeny Community School District is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. It is the policy of the District to provide equal employment opportunity and not to illegally discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, age or marital status in its employment and personnel practices. The District will affirmatively recruit women and men, members of diverse racial/ethnic groups, and persons with disabilities for job categories where the representative groups are underrepresented. Smoking is prohibited on Ankeny Community School District property
Currently looking for instructors with skills in any of the following areas of our Kirkwood Interactive Camp for Kids for the summer months:
Under limited supervision, the Learning Facilitator is responsible for teaching youth, ages 9-14 and ensuring all students meet the objectives of the course. Provide exemplary customer service through positive class interaction, meeting the participant needs, maintaining a clean, neat, and inviting learning experience while having a positive and upbeat attitude.
• Consistently attend scheduled classes. • Facilitate an outstanding participant experience by giving exemplary customer service. • Greet and welcome participants. • Effectively communicate with participants and Continuing Education Staff. • Clean and straighten classroom before and after each class. • Answer questions and provide resources as appropriate to participants. • Deliver course content and ensure that learning outcomes are met. • Complete all required paperwork as requested by Continuing Education Staff. • Perform other related work duties as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• Interest in teaching today’s youth educational classes.
LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, OR REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:
• Teaching License
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, OR REGISTRATIONS:
• Substitute License, Para License or working towards an education degree Applicants are encouraged to submit the application electronically. Employment offer contingent upon satisfactory results on criminal background check. Access the electronic application at http://kirkwood.augusoft.net/index.cfm?fuseaction=1065&. Please direct any questions regarding this position to Kristin Hanneman 319-398-1278 or email@example.com
Assist district building staff with translating material in the native French language; accurately translate and produce written documents(letters, notices, reports, etc.); accurately interpret face to face and via phone calls In collaboration with the ELL teacher; work with ELL students individually or in a group as assigned; assists/translates for teachers, nurses, clerical staff, counselors and administrators in communicating with parents/guardians as needed; assist with & translates for enrollment and conferences; maintain records as required by law, district policy, and administrative requirements.
High School Diploma or equivalency; two years experience providing translation services (in an educational setting preferred); ability to read and write in the native French language Ability to read, write and speak fluent English; ability to perform accurate oral and written translations Basic word processing/spreadsheets/e-mail skills.
The Teacher of the Juvenile Home shall provide consultative services in school improvement and student achievement. This shall include assistance in curriculum, instructional media, professional development, school and community planning, school technology, and aspects of special education. This teacher shall cooperate under the leadership of the Instructional Services Director.
A Teacher of the Juvenile Home has the responsibility to implement the school's daily programs which have been developed within the Juvenile Shelter/Detention Center team under the coordination of the Instructional Services Director.
He/She is responsible for providing and implementing individualized and small group instruction to students and is responsible for developing curriculum and instructional materials to meet the varied ages and abilities of the assigned students.
The Teacher of the Juvenile Home must have a B.A. degree and hold a K-12 Instructional Strategist II: BD/LD endorsement. It is also acceptable to hold endorsements in both K-8 Behavior Disorders and 5-12 Behavior Disorders.
Further goals of Great Prairie AEA Comprehensive Plan.
Provide verbal and written correspondence that is pertinent to the shelter and Great Prairie Area Education Agency.
Develop and consistently carry out behavior modification techniques to solve management and student problems.
Keep accurate and confidential records.
Make appropriate contacts concerning each student upon placement in the program, and follow through upon dismissal.
Contact case worker, shelter and previous school to determine appropriate educational placement of the student.
Do short-range planning goals for the individuals in the program. Short-term goals should compliment the student's long-term educational plan.
Direct educational assessment for new students entering the program and design individualized program for each student.
Make no contact with former clients unless the Instructional Services Director approves in advance.
Maintain curriculum records that include samples of activities and assessment.
Assume such other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Instructional Services Director.