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Special Ed Teacher, EBD/SLD - Bug O Nay Ge Shig School

Posted on 2018-12-05 3:12:39 PM

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Position Title: Special Education Teacher Supervisor: Special Education Coordinator Building: Bug O Nay Ge Shig School: Assignment____________________________________2018-2019 Qualifications: Must possess Bachelor of Science Degree in Education with emphasis in the special education topic area. Must have current Minnesota licensure in the teaching topic area. Familiarity with American Indian cultural values, traditions, and lifestyles is required. Position Overview: Responsible for planning, developing, delivery, and evaluating appropriate individualized educational services, learning programs and instruction for special needs students in both self-contained and integrated settings in consultation with other school personnel. The individual in this position is responsible for creating a flexible program and learning environment that provides specialized instruction for students with disabilities, such that the students benefit from the general education curriculum to the greatest extent possible when support with program aides, accommodations, and other needed support. Major Position Duties: REGULAR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: List of things to accomplish the job function: NECESSARY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: What you should or accomplish in the job function? Performance Standards: How will you know the job is done? PLANNING FOR THE EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT § Designs the exceptional student education program so that it is consistent with the needs of the student. § Collaborates with general education teachers and other specialists to design appropriate programming and support for students § Completes Individual education plans (IEP) within timelines as set by federal requirements and align to identified academic, behavioral, and physical needs of students. § Develops, communicates and enforces self-contained classroom behaviors and consequences § Refers students requiring addition evaluation to appropriate school personnel or community and state agencies. § Develops initial IEP that describes academic and behavior needs, program goals, and establishes appropriate program time frame for parents. § Schedules parent meetings to review IEP and modifies and revises programming elements; secures appropriate signatures and parent authorization for services. § Follows the procedural guidelines for special education services. § Provides appropriate resource material to students and classroom teachers. PROGRAMMING § Prepares educational IEP plans annually for each student based on individually assessed needs, in accordance with District and Federal requirements and procedures § Uses appropriate assessment instruments pertinent to academic and behavioral need areas § Prepares academic lesson plans, affective plans, and behavior support plans for each student § Collaborates with other school personnel in developing appropriate schedules for exceptional students § Provides specialized instructional techniques and media materials through individual and/or group sessions designed to meet the educational, social, and emotional needs of students § Identifies and collaborates with District, agency, and community series to meet the needs of exceptional students § Participates on the Student Wellness Team and the Case Management Team in order to provide student need and programming information § Functions as liaison with community agencies, law enforcement, school specialists and parents in order to provide appropriate and relevant programming for student(s) § Functions as case manager and completes all case files to include related documentation of parent contacts, assessment plans, and correspondence with school staff or outside agencies § Maintains detailed log of each student’s crisis and classroom performance success § Provides work direction and job assignments to paraprofessional staff § Participates on the Student Wellness Team and the Case Management Team in order to provide student need and programming information. § Attends the Special Education weekly meetings to review District policies and procedures with the Special Education Coordinator. § Attends regular education classes, at teacher’s request, to observe and conduct behavioral checklist and make intervention or follow-up recommendations for further assessments. § Assists with the training of paraprofessional staff and provides guidance and suggestions to support their work with students. PUBLIC RELATIONS § Collaborates with school personnel in coordinating services to assure maximum success for students § Develops or conducts in-service programs to inform classroom teachers of the goals and objectives of the special education program § Provides classroom teachers and other special education teachers with instructional ideas and/or behavioral strategies that are appropriate for exceptional students within all school settings § Assists in providing training and information to community groups and parents concerning special education programs and services at Bug O Nay Ge Shig District and within the RTC community. § Assists in coordinating and providing news release through the immediate supervisor and approved by District administration. REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION § Ensures that special education students have all necessary evaluation records and assessments documentation in the District’s designated file § Provides to the special education coordinator and superintendent copies of the schedules for special education students § Completes progress reports on each student in the program by end of quarter and submitted to NASIS and special education coordinators § Completes and submits reports to meet state and Federal guidelines and requirements § Student schedules are prepared by third week of school and submitted to administration for review. § Completes progress reports for parents and school administration by due dates for review. ENGAGES IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES § Continues professional growth through educational trainings, meetings, and visitations to other agencies § Demonstrates understanding of the Charlotte Danielson Teacher Evaluation model and completes observations with special education coordinator as required. § Participates in PLTs as designated by the district and reading appropriate training literature. § Develops or conducts inservice programs to inform classroom teachers of the goals and objectives of the special education program. § Completes a minimum of two observations annually as required by District teacher evaluation process. Performs other duties as assigned § Serves as a mandated reporter § Attends 95% of scheduled staff meetings. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Stand, walk, bend over, kneel, crouch, reach (low and overhead), grasp, push, and pull. Move, lift, and/or carry up to 30 lbs to shoulder height. 2. Repetitive use of hands to demonstrate fine manipulation, simple grasping, and strength holds. 3. Stand, sit, and /or walk for extended periods of time. 4. Demonstrates normal depth perception. 5. Demonstrates dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard operate standard office equipment, and use of telephone. 6. See and read a computer screen and printed matter with or without visual aids.

Position Title:     Special Education Teacher

Supervisor:        Special Education Coordinator

Building:             Bug O Nay Ge Shig School:  Assignment____________________________________2018-2019                 

Qualifications:   Must possess Bachelor of Science Degree in Education with emphasis in the special education topic area.  Must have current  Minnesota licensure in the teaching topic area.  Familiarity with American Indian cultural values, traditions, and lifestyles is required.        

Position Overview:  Responsible for planning, developing, delivery, and evaluating appropriate individualized educational services, learning programs and instruction for special needs students in both self-contained and integrated settings in consultation with other school personnel. The individual in this position is responsible for creating a flexible program and learning environment that provides specialized instruction for students with disabilities, such that the students benefit from the general education curriculum to the greatest extent possible when support with program aides, accommodations, and other needed support.

Major Position Duties:

REGULAR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

List of things to accomplish the job function:

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

Performance Standards:

How will you know the job is done?

PLANNING FOR THE EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT

§  Designs the exceptional student education program so that it is consistent with the needs of the student.

 

§  Collaborates with general education teachers and other specialists to design appropriate programming and support for students

§  Completes Individual education plans (IEP) within timelines as set by federal requirements and align to identified academic, behavioral, and physical needs of students.

 

§  Develops, communicates and enforces self-contained classroom behaviors and consequences

 

§  Refers students requiring addition evaluation to appropriate school personnel or community and state agencies.

 

§  Develops initial IEP that describes academic and behavior needs, program goals, and establishes appropriate program time frame for parents.

 

§  Schedules parent meetings to review IEP and modifies and revises programming elements; secures appropriate signatures and parent authorization for services.

 

§  Follows the procedural guidelines for special education services.

 

§  Provides appropriate resource material to students and classroom teachers.

 

 

PROGRAMMING

§  Prepares educational IEP plans annually for each student based on individually assessed needs, in accordance with District and Federal requirements and procedures

 

§  Uses appropriate assessment instruments pertinent to academic and behavioral need areas

 

§  Prepares academic lesson plans, affective plans, and behavior support plans for each student

 

§  Collaborates with other school personnel in developing appropriate schedules for exceptional students

 

§  Provides specialized instructional techniques and media materials through individual and/or group sessions designed to meet the educational, social, and emotional needs of students

 

§  Identifies and collaborates with District, agency, and community series to meet the needs of exceptional students

 

§  Participates on the Student Wellness Team and the Case Management Team in order to provide student need and programming information

 

§  Functions as liaison with community agencies, law enforcement, school specialists and parents in order to provide appropriate and relevant programming for student(s)

 

 

§  Functions as case manager and completes all case files to include related documentation of parent contacts, assessment plans, and correspondence with school staff or outside agencies

 

§  Maintains detailed log of each student’s crisis and classroom performance success

 

§  Provides work direction and job assignments to paraprofessional staff

§  Participates on the Student Wellness Team and the Case Management Team in order to provide student need and programming information.

 

§  Attends the Special Education weekly meetings to review District policies and procedures with the Special Education Coordinator.

 

§  Attends regular education classes, at teacher’s request, to observe and conduct behavioral checklist and make intervention or follow-up recommendations for further assessments.

 

§  Assists with the training of paraprofessional staff and provides guidance and suggestions to support their work with students.

 

PUBLIC RELATIONS

§  Collaborates with school personnel in coordinating services to assure maximum success for students

 

§  Develops or conducts in-service programs to inform classroom teachers of the goals and objectives of the special education program

 

§  Provides classroom teachers and other special education teachers with instructional ideas and/or behavioral strategies that are appropriate for exceptional students within all school settings

 

§  Assists in providing training and information to community groups and parents concerning special education programs and services at Bug O Nay Ge Shig District and within the RTC community.

 

§  Assists in coordinating and providing news release through the immediate supervisor and approved by District administration.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

§  Ensures that special education students have all necessary evaluation records and assessments documentation in the District’s designated file

 

§  Provides to the special education coordinator and superintendent copies of the schedules for special education students

 

§  Completes progress reports on each student in the program by end of quarter and submitted to NASIS and special education coordinators

 

§  Completes and submits reports to meet state and Federal guidelines and requirements

 

 

§  Student schedules are prepared by third week of school and submitted to administration for review.

 

§  Completes progress reports for parents and school administration by due dates for review.

 

 

 

ENGAGES IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

§  Continues professional growth through educational trainings, meetings, and visitations to other agencies

 

§  Demonstrates understanding of the Charlotte Danielson Teacher Evaluation model and completes observations with special education coordinator as required.

§  Participates in PLTs as designated by the district and reading appropriate training literature.

 

§  Develops or conducts inservice programs to inform classroom teachers of the goals and objectives of the special education program.

 

§  Completes a minimum of two observations annually as required by District teacher evaluation process.

Performs other duties as assigned

§  Serves as a mandated reporter

§  Attends 95% of scheduled staff meetings.

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

1.      Stand, walk, bend over, kneel, crouch, reach (low and overhead), grasp, push, and pull.  Move, lift, and/or carry up to 30 lbs to shoulder height. 

2.      Repetitive use of hands to demonstrate fine manipulation, simple grasping, and strength holds.

3.      Stand, sit, and /or walk for extended periods of time.

4.      Demonstrates normal depth perception.

5.      Demonstrates dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard operate standard office equipment, and use of telephone.

6.      See and read a computer screen and printed matter with or without visual aids.