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Elementary Teachers - Bug O Nay Ge Shig

Posted on 2018-06-12 3:10:58 PM

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Position Title: Elementary Teacher Supervisor: Principal Building: Assigned to School Complex: Grades K-6 Terms: Agreement Qualifications: The teacher will possess a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education with an emphasis in specialized content area. Must possess a current Minnesota Licensure in teaching area prior to August 15 of each year. Must demonstrate familiarity with American Indian cultural values, traditions, and life styles that will include a sensitivity to the unique needs of American Indian children and families. Prior experience in teaching elementary students is preferred. Position Overview: The K-6 teacher will structure and implement direct instruction and facilitate learning for students. Major Position Duties: REGULAR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: List of things to accomplish the job function: Demonstrates knowledge of foundational processes and instructional strategies for students in grades K-6. Demonstrates ability to select and apply a variety of instructional practices, teaching strategies, and curricular materials to support instruction across content areas. Demonstrates effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. NECESSARY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: What you should accomplish in the job function? § Implements data driven decision making and data driven instruction that will drive planning and material selections § Utilizes a variety of formative and summative assessments in order to analyze student growth and needs § Demonstrates understanding of processes to access summative data in order to plan for student learning § Utilizes a variety of instructional strategies and practices in order to personalize learning for students § Demonstrates the capacity and knowledge to identify and apply appropriate interventions to support student learning § Demonstrates an understanding of differentiated instruction in order to meet learning needs of all students § Demonstrates an interest and willingness to work as an effective member of professional learning teams (PLTs) and grade level team meetings as scheduled § Participates in District and RTC leadership meetings when required § Utilizes technology as appropriate to enrich instruction and expand learning experiences § Completes daily attendance on NASIS as required by Attendance Review Team(ART) Performance Standards: How will you know the job is done? § MCA and NWEA data is consistently used to determine student needs and growth areas in order to develop personalized learning opportunities for all students. § Selects intervention strategies that meet the needs of individual and class growth levels. § Provides differentiated intervention skills to all students to maximize student growth. § Shares ideas for intervention at PLC weekly meetings with grade level colleagues. § Plans, organizes, and coordinates assigned tasks to meet established timelines. § Uses technology daily to present lessons and to maintain attendance and grading records. § Utilizes technology as appropriate to enrich instruction and expand learning experience.s § Completes attendance records on a daily basis. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES § Teaches reading, language arts, social studies, mathematics, science, health to pupils assigned to elementary classroom § Develops lesson plans and instructional materials and provides personalized and small group instruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the strengths and needs of each pupil. § Sets curriculum content and learning targets by completing weekly lesson plans § Implements lesson plans into learning experiences so as best to utilize the available time for instruction § Evaluates and assesses student performance and progress § Utilizes grading patterns that are fairly administered and based on identified criteria set by the District § Establishes and maintains standards for pupil behavior required to achieve a functional learning atmosphere in the classroom and common areas of the school by the fourth week of school § Evaluates pupils’ academic and social growth, keeps appropriate progress records, and prepares progress reports based upon set District reporting protocols § Communicates with parents through conferences and other means to discuss pupil’s academic progress, attendance, behavior and interpret the school’s programs § Recommends students for counseling, special education and other support programs when indicated § Provides one-on-one assistance to students who are demonstrating problems in academic learning or social behaviors § Uses curriculum selected by the District and supported through Common Core Standards. § Integrates the unique Ojibwe/ American Indian culture in teaching and learning as recommended by the Culture Department. § Provides introduction to Grandfather’s Gifts as supported by the Culture Department. § Defines the curriculum content as based by Common Core Standards, the District curriculum, and weekly learning targets by submitting lesson plans by Monday each week school is in session. § Sets a daily schedule for instruction and learning by fourth week that school is in session. § Treats pupils with respect and dignity. § Establishes processes for implementing Origins’ Responsive Classroom and PBIS with fidelity. § Report cards are completed to meet District guidelines. § Interacts with pupils, staff, and parents in a positive, professional manner. § Develops assignments for students to make up work and/or for extra credit opportunities. § Completes referrals as required by federal law in order to respond to academic and behavioral needs of students. SKILLS AND ABILITIES § Develops daily and weekly lesson plans, including when appropriate, homework assignments, and evaluates completed work. § Incorporates American Indian Culture into daily lesson through curriculum as designated by the Culture Department § Utilizes proper English usage, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and speaking skills § Understands and follows complex oral and written instruction and completes assignments in an independent manner. § Analyzes situations and takes appropriate action regarding routine/emergency procedural matters without immediate supervision § Analyzes student work and evaluates completed assignments within 48 hours of receipt. § Reviews completed assignments with students as personalized conferences or whole class review. § Determines standard of student performance and progress and evaluates growth and progress toward grade level goals and Common Core Standards. § Develops action plans for students not progressing and develop interventions to assist students academically and behaviorally. § Attends scheduled classes for Ojibwe language and culture. § Works on learning Ojibwe phrases to incorporate in lessons and to display in the learning environment. § Maintains the general order and appearance of the classroom. § Plans, organizes, and coordinates assigned tasks to meet established timelines. ENGAGES IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES § Attends staff meetings and in-service presentations as assigned for the purpose of acquiring and/or conveying information that will support the success of students § Attends weekly PLC training meeting with administration and grade level colleagues. § Attends 95% of scheduled meetings, training sessions, and in-service opportunities. Performs other duties as assigned. § Serves as a mandated reporter § Complies with a variety of assignments that may include recess duty, playground, field trips, lunchroom, hallways, and special school events § Maintains classroom work areas for the purpose of ensuring availability of a safe learning environment § Attends District leadership meetings as requested. § Interacts with pupils, staff, and parents in a positive, professional manner. § Supports and follows District policies and procedures as set by the School Board and Tribal Council (RTC). § Arrives for job assignment in a punctual and consistent manner.

Position Title:          Elementary Teacher

Supervisor:              Principal

Building:                   Assigned to School Complex: Grades K-6

Terms:                      Agreement

Qualifications:        The teacher will possess a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education with an emphasis in specialized content area.  Must possess a current Minnesota Licensure in teaching area prior to August 15 of each year.  Must demonstrate familiarity with American Indian cultural values, traditions, and life styles that will include a sensitivity to the unique needs of American Indian children and families.  Prior experience in teaching elementary students is preferred.

 

Position Overview:  The K-6 teacher will structure and implement direct instruction and facilitate learning for students.

Major Position Duties:

REGULAR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

List of things to accomplish the job function:

 

Demonstrates knowledge of foundational processes and instructional strategies for students in grades K-6.

 

Demonstrates ability to select and apply a variety of instructional practices, teaching strategies, and curricular materials to support instruction across content areas.

 

Demonstrates effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skills.

 

NECESSARY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: What you should accomplish in the job function?

§  Implements data driven decision making and data driven instruction that will drive planning and material selections

 

§  Utilizes a variety of formative and summative assessments in order to analyze student growth and needs

 

§  Demonstrates understanding of processes to access summative data in order to plan for student learning

 

§  Utilizes a variety of instructional strategies  and practices in order to personalize learning for students

 

§  Demonstrates the capacity and knowledge to identify and apply appropriate interventions to support student learning

 

§  Demonstrates an understanding of differentiated instruction in order to meet learning needs of all students

 

§  Demonstrates an interest and willingness to work as an effective member of professional learning teams (PLTs) and grade level team meetings as scheduled

 

§  Participates in District and RTC leadership meetings when required

 

§  Utilizes technology as appropriate to enrich instruction and expand learning experiences

 

§  Completes daily attendance on NASIS as required by Attendance Review Team(ART)

 

 

 

Performance Standards:

How will you know the job is done?

§  MCA and NWEA data is consistently used to determine student needs and growth areas in order to develop personalized learning opportunities for all students.

 

§  Selects intervention strategies that meet the needs of individual and class growth levels.

 

§  Provides differentiated intervention skills to all students to maximize student growth.

 

 

 

§  Shares ideas for intervention at PLC weekly meetings with grade level colleagues.

 

§  Plans, organizes, and coordinates assigned tasks to meet established timelines.

 

§  Uses technology daily to present lessons and to maintain attendance and grading records.

 

§  Utilizes technology as appropriate to enrich instruction and expand learning experience.s

 

§  Completes attendance records on a daily basis.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

§  Teaches reading, language arts, social studies, mathematics, science, health to pupils assigned to elementary classroom

 

§  Develops lesson plans and instructional materials and provides personalized and small group instruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the strengths and needs of each pupil.

 

§  Sets curriculum content and learning targets by completing weekly lesson plans

 

§  Implements lesson plans into learning experiences so as best to utilize the available time for instruction

 

§  Evaluates and assesses student performance and progress

 

§  Utilizes grading patterns that are fairly administered and based on identified criteria set by the District

 

§  Establishes and maintains standards for pupil behavior required to achieve a functional learning atmosphere in the classroom and common areas of the school by the fourth week of school

 

§  Evaluates pupils’ academic and social growth, keeps appropriate progress records, and prepares progress reports based upon set  District reporting protocols

 

§  Communicates with parents through conferences and other means to discuss pupil’s academic progress, attendance, behavior and interpret the school’s programs

 

 

 

§  Recommends students for counseling, special education and other support programs when indicated

 

§  Provides one-on-one assistance to students who are demonstrating problems in academic learning or social behaviors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

§  Uses curriculum selected by the District and supported through Common Core Standards. 

 

§  Integrates the unique Ojibwe/ American Indian culture in teaching and learning as recommended by the Culture Department.

 

§  Provides introduction to Grandfather’s Gifts as supported by the Culture Department.

 

§  Defines the curriculum content as based by Common Core Standards, the District curriculum, and weekly learning targets by submitting lesson plans by Monday each week school is in session.

 

§  Sets a daily schedule for instruction and learning by fourth week that school is in session.

 

§  Treats pupils with respect and dignity.

 

§  Establishes processes for implementing Origins’ Responsive Classroom and PBIS with fidelity.

 

§  Report cards are completed to meet District guidelines.

 

§  Interacts with pupils, staff, and parents in a positive, professional manner.

 

§  Develops assignments for students to make up work and/or for extra credit opportunities.

 

§  Completes referrals as required by federal law in order to respond to academic and behavioral needs of students.

 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

§  Develops daily and weekly lesson plans, including when appropriate, homework assignments, and evaluates completed work.

 

§  Incorporates American Indian Culture into daily lesson through curriculum as designated by the Culture Department

 

§  Utilizes proper English usage, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and speaking skills

 

§  Understands and follows complex oral and written instruction and completes assignments in an independent manner.

 

§  Analyzes situations and takes appropriate action regarding routine/emergency procedural matters without immediate supervision

 

 

 

§  Analyzes student work and evaluates completed assignments within 48 hours of receipt.

 

§  Reviews completed assignments with students as personalized conferences or whole class review.

 

§  Determines standard of student performance and progress and evaluates growth and progress toward grade level goals and Common Core Standards.

 

§  Develops action plans for students not progressing and develop interventions to assist students academically and behaviorally.

 

§  Attends scheduled classes for Ojibwe language and culture.

 

§  Works on learning Ojibwe phrases to incorporate in lessons and to display in the learning environment.

 

§  Maintains the general order and appearance of the classroom.

 

§  Plans, organizes, and coordinates assigned tasks to meet established timelines.

 

ENGAGES IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

§  Attends staff meetings and in-service presentations as assigned for the purpose of acquiring and/or conveying information that will support the success of students

§  Attends weekly PLC training meeting with administration and grade level colleagues.

 

§  Attends 95% of scheduled meetings, training sessions, and in-service opportunities.

Performs other duties as assigned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

§  Serves as a mandated reporter

 

§  Complies with a variety of assignments that may include recess duty, playground, field trips, lunchroom, hallways, and special  school events

 

§  Maintains classroom work areas for the purpose of ensuring availability of a safe learning environment

§  Attends District leadership meetings as requested.

 

§  Interacts with pupils, staff, and parents in a positive, professional manner.

 

§  Supports and follows District policies and procedures as set by the School Board and Tribal Council (RTC).

 

§  Arrives for job assignment in a punctual and consistent manner.