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FACS Teacher - MS/HS - Bug O Nay Ge Shig

Posted on 2019-08-13 12:06:04 PM

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Position Title: Middle School/High School Teacher Supervisor: Principal Building: Assigned to School Complex: Grades 7th-12th Grades: Subject Area______FACS / H Edu / Life Skills / DAC_______________ Terms: Agreement Qualifications: The teacher will possess a minimum of Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education with an emphasis in specialized content area. Must possess a current Minnesota Licensure in teaching content 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 and in particular to the Leech Lake Nation culture and communities. Prior experience in content area assigned is preferred. Position Overview: The 7th-12th 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 and young adults in grades 7-12. 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. Interprets formative and summative data, communicates results, solves problems, and collaboratively makes decisions that impact the content area and instructional practices that support student growth and achievement. Demonstrates knowledge of Common Core Standards and content area pedagogy. NECESSARY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: What you should accomplish in the job function? &#167; Implements data driven decision making and data driven instruction that will drive planning and material selections &#167; Utilizes a variety of formative and summative assessments in order to analyze student growth and needs &#167; Demonstrates understanding of processes to access summative data in order to plan for student learning &#167; Utilizes a variety of instructional strategies and practices in order to personalize learning for students &#167; Demonstrates the capacity and knowledge to identify and apply appropriate interventions to implement student learning &#167; Demonstrates an understanding of differentiated instruction in order to meet learning needs of all students &#167; Participates in District and RTC leadership meetings when required &#167; Utilizes technology as appropriate to enrich instruction and expand learning experiences &#167; Demonstrates the ability to provide instruction to small groups and individuals in order to assure all students learn Performance Standards: How will you know the job is done? &#167; MCA and NWEA data is consistently used to determine student needs and growth areas in order to develop personalized learning opportunities for all students. &#167; Selects intervention strategies that meet the needs of individual and class growth levels. &#167; Provides differentiated intervention skills to all students to maximize student growth. &#167; Shares ideas for intervention at PLC weekly meetings with grade level colleagues. &#167; Plans, organizes, and coordinates assigned tasks to meet established timelines. &#167; Uses technology daily to present lessons and to upload and maintain attendance and grading records. &#167; Designs and uses lessons that support the learning needs of students in order to assure growth in the content area. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES &#167; Teaches the course content as aligned to Common Core Standards, District culture elements as integrated into lessons, and as reflected on the Pathways Graduation Plan &#167; 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 &#167; Sets curriculum content and learning targets by completing weekly lesson plans &#167; Designs and implements lesson to assure meaningful learning experiences for students that align with the Common Core Standards. &#167; Demonstrates knowledge, skill, and ability to integrate technology into lessons. &#167; Evaluates and assesses student performance and progress &#167; Utilizes grading patterns that are fairly administered and based on identified criteria set by the District &#167; 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 &#167; Evaluates pupils&#8217; academic and social growth, keeps appropriate progress records, and prepares progress reports based upon set District reporting protocols &#167; Communicates with parents through conferences and other means to discuss pupil&#8217;s academic progress, attendance, and interpret the school&#8217;s programs &#167; Recommends students for counseling, special education and other support programs when indicated &#167; Provides one-on-one assistance to students who are demonstrating problems in academic learning or social behaviors &#167; Uses courses of study selected by the District and supported through Common Core Standards to meet the rigor and strong expectations of the Pathways Programs. &#167; Emphasizes the unique Ojibwe/ American Indian culture as recommended by the Culture Department. &#167; Provides introduction to Grandfather&#8217;s Gifts as supported by the Culture Department. &#167; 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. &#167; Sets a daily schedule for instruction and learning by fourth week that school is in session. &#167; Treats pupils with respect and dignity. &#167; Establishes processes for implementing Origins&#8217; Developmental Design and Restorative Justice with fidelity. &#167; Completes report cards according to District guidelines and by due date. &#167; Interacts with pupils, staff, and parents in a positive, professional manner. &#167; Develops assignments for students to make up work and/or for extra credit opportunities. &#167; Demonstrates the ability to provide instruction to small groups, and individuals in order to assure all students learn. SKILLS AND ABILITIES &#167; Develops daily and weekly lesson plans, including when appropriate, homework assignments &#167; Incorporates American Indian Culture into daily lesson through curriculum as designated by the Culture Department &#167; Utilizes proper English usage, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and speaking skills &#167; Understands and follows complex oral and written instruction and completes assignments in an independent and professional manner &#167; Analyzes situations and takes appropriate action regarding routine/emergency procedural matters without immediate supervision &#167; Analyzes student work and evaluates completed assignments within 48 hours of receipt. &#167; Determines standard of student performance and progress and evaluates growth and progress toward grade level goals and Common Core Standards. &#167; Develops action plans for students not progressing and develop interventions that assist students academically and behaviorally. &#167; Attends scheduled classes for Ojibwe language and culture. &#167; Works on learning Ojibwe phrases to incorporate in lessons and to display in the learning environment. &#167; Maintains the general order and appearance of the classroom. &#167; Plans, organizes, and coordinates assigned tasks to meet established timelines. ENGAGES IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES &#167; 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 &#167; Attends weekly PLC training meeting with administration and grade level colleagues. &#167; Attends 95% of scheduled meetings, training sessions, and in-service opportunities. &#167; Demonstrates an interest and willingness to work as an effective member of professional learning teams (PLTs) and grade level team meetings as schedud. Performs other duties as assigned. &#167; Serves as a mandated reporter &#167; Complies with a variety of assignments that may include recess duty, playground, field trips, lunchroom, hallways, and special school events &#167; Maintains classroom work areas for the purpose of ensuring availability of a safe learning environment &#167; Attends District leadership meetings as requested. &#167; Interacts with pupils, staff, and parents in a positive, professional manner. &#167; Supports and follows District policies and procedures as set by the School Board and Tribal Council (RTC). &#167; Arrive for job assignment in a punctual and consistent manner. 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. Application: 1. Applications can be downloaded from: www.bugonaygeshig.org<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bugonaygeshig.org&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7C82f222a779e94d9cfa8108d7201084aa%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637013127643004607&sdata=RqQ2eSJ8fgmk4lD5ZVsTxdQdXNKQLtf0aBTHgf5cRdU%3D&reserved=0> or call 218-665-3004 and leave your name, number, and address to have an application mailed to you. 2. E-mail completed application, letter of interest, resume, copy of teaching license, transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation to: newhite@bugschool.k12.mn.us<mailto:newhite@bugschool.k12.mn.us> 3. For more information, call 218-665-3004.

Position Title:          Middle School/High School Teacher

Supervisor:              Principal

Building:                   Assigned to School Complex: Grades 7th-12th Grades:  Subject Area______FACS / H Edu / Life Skills / DAC_______________

Terms:                      Agreement

Qualifications:        The teacher will possess a minimum of Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education with an emphasis in specialized content area.  Must possess a current Minnesota Licensure in teaching content 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 and in particular to the Leech Lake Nation culture and communities.  Prior experience in content area assigned is preferred.

 

Position Overview:  The 7th-12th 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 and young adults in grades 7-12.

 

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.

 

Interprets formative and summative data, communicates results, solves problems, and collaboratively makes decisions that impact the content area and instructional practices that support student growth and achievement.

 

Demonstrates knowledge of Common Core Standards and content area pedagogy.

 

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 implement student learning

 

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

 

§  Participates in District and RTC leadership meetings when required

 

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

 

§  Demonstrates the ability to provide instruction to small groups and individuals in order to assure all students learn

 

 

 

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 upload and maintain attendance and grading records.

 

§  Designs and uses lessons that support the learning needs of students in order to assure growth in the content area.

 

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

§  Teaches the course content as aligned to Common Core Standards, District culture elements as integrated into lessons, and as reflected on the Pathways Graduation Plan

 

§  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

 

§  Designs and implements lesson to assure meaningful learning experiences for students that align with the Common Core Standards.

 

§  Demonstrates knowledge, skill, and ability to integrate technology into lessons.

 

§  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,  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 courses of study selected by the District and supported through Common Core Standards to meet the rigor and strong expectations of the Pathways Programs. 

 

§  Emphasizes the unique Ojibwe/ American Indian culture 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’ Developmental Design and Restorative Justice with fidelity.

 

§  Completes report cards according to District guidelines and by due date.

 

§  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.

 

§  Demonstrates the ability to provide instruction to small groups, and individuals in order to assure all students learn.

 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

§  Develops daily and weekly lesson plans, including when appropriate, homework assignments

 

§  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 and professional 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.

 

§  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 that 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.

 

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

 

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).

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

 

Application:

1.   Applications can be downloaded from: www.bugonaygeshig.org or call 218-665-3004 and leave your name, number, and address to have an application mailed to you.

2.   E-mail completed application, letter of interest, resume, copy of teaching license, transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation to: newhite@bugschool.k12.mn.us

3.   For more information, call 218-665-3004.