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High Potential Teacher, Temporary - Shakopee School District

Posted on 2019-08-23 7:55:27 AM

Listing expires 2019-10-22 12:00:00 AM

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Start Your Online Application Now<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.applitrack.com%2Fshakopee%2FOnlineApp%2FJobPostings%2FView.asp%3FAppliTrackJobId%3D4395&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7C90bf45acb7cc4a2ee2b008d727c92ae2%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637021617273818750&sdata=vpuyv9J1HYnRq1xGz8SyuT%2B3hx7yZvB%2FP%2FXTe6zQxhk%3D&reserved=0> Date of Availability: 10/10/2019 Description: Long Term Substitute, 1.0 FTE High Potential Teacher for Eagle Creek Elementary. Approximate dates of the assignment are October 10, 2019 to June 5, 2020 Job Summary: Under the coordination of the High Potential and Innovative Program Coordinator, the Elementary High Potential teacher delivers instruction to support the unique needs of high achieving and gifted students. Major Areas of Accountability: Provide Instruction to Students and Support their families * Provide instruction to identified elementary students to improve academic achievement in the areas of reading and math. * Review student achievement to ensure proper placement for challenge and success of all students in the program. * Provide direct instruction either in a pull out or push in setting. * Work collaboratively with classroom teachers to encourage risk-taking and advancement of gifted and talented best practices. * Maintain and submit accurate and up to date management of students&#8217; progress. * Maintain a high level of professional communication with staff and families regarding programming for qualified students. * Communicate with parents and serve as a liaison between school, parents, and community. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Resources to Meet the Needs of High-Potential Services * Create and find resources to best meet the needs of a variety of gifts and talents in the HP classroom. * Create and find resources to best meet the needs of a variety of gifts and talents to support classroom teachers. * Collaborate with the larger HP team and individual building PLCs. * Coordinate and facilitate the development of students&#8217; unique gifts and talents. * Assist teachers with the collection of data, analysis of data results and supports the sharing of findings with all staff. Parent/Community Outreach and Communication * Consult and communicate with parents, teachers, administration, and support staff and attend meetings such as district, building, grade level, department, curriculum, child study team, open house, parent-teacher conferences, and IEP meetings. Support Identification of Students for Programming * Collaborate with larger district identification process, provide ongoing up to date information, and actively work with teachers to help them understand the id process. * Maintain current data and growth data on identified students. * Advocate for students&#8217; proper placement to be both challenged and successful as well as advocate for developing talents in historically underrepresented populations in gifted education. Performs related work as assigned. Qualifications: Education: * Must possess a current Minnesota teacher licensure * Master&#8217;s Degree in Education preferred * Gifted and Talented license or certificate preferred Experience: * Previous experience as a GT, HP, or differentiation coach preferred * Background with Young Scholars and equity work preferred * Five years successful classroom teaching experience preferred * Strong leadership and collaboration skills Special Knowledge or Skills: * Demonstrated ability to initiate and implement differentiation. * Possess high quality instructional practices in the area of literacy, math and best practices in gifted and talented education. * Demonstrates an understanding of &#8220;best practices&#8221; and latest literature in the field, specifically: * Gifted and Talented * Dual Exceptionalities * Talent Development * Personalized Learning * Technology Integration * Position requires a strong work ethic, organizational skills and time management. * Ability to lead and plan professional development programming as needed to help classroom staff with differentiation. Application Procedure: You must be a permanent employee of the district to use the internal application. Substitutes are not considered internal applicants and must complete the external application. Apply Online at http://www.shakopee.k12.mn.us/<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.shakopee.k12.mn.us%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7C90bf45acb7cc4a2ee2b008d727c92ae2%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637021617273818750&sdata=BapC475ULY8D66dWNUvW3gR7tjhedH9NBLrCgix4vUc%3D&reserved=0> under posting 4395. Selection Procedure: Applications will be reviewed until position is filled. Those selected for interview will be contacted. 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Date of Availability: 10/10/2019

Description:
Long Term Substitute, 1.0  FTE High Potential Teacher for Eagle Creek Elementary. Approximate dates of the assignment are October 10, 2019 to June 5, 2020

Job Summary:
Under the coordination of the High Potential and Innovative Program Coordinator, the Elementary High Potential teacher delivers instruction to support the unique needs of high achieving and gifted students.

Major Areas of Accountability:
Provide Instruction to Students and Support their families

  • Provide instruction to identified elementary students to improve academic achievement in the areas of reading and math.
  • Review student achievement to ensure proper placement for challenge and success of all students in the program.
  • Provide direct instruction either in a pull out or push in setting.
  • Work collaboratively with classroom teachers to encourage risk-taking and advancement of gifted and talented best practices.
  • Maintain and submit accurate and up to date management of students’ progress.
  • Maintain a high level of professional communication with staff and families regarding programming for qualified students.
  • Communicate with parents and serve as a liaison between school, parents, and community.
Development of Curriculum and Instructional Resources to Meet the Needs of High-Potential Services
  • Create and find resources to best meet the needs of a variety of gifts and talents in the HP classroom.
  • Create and find resources to best meet the needs of a variety of gifts and talents to support classroom teachers.
  • Collaborate with the larger HP team and individual building PLCs.
  • Coordinate and facilitate the development of students’ unique gifts and talents.
  • Assist teachers with the collection of data, analysis of data results and supports the sharing of findings with all staff.
Parent/Community Outreach and Communication
  • Consult and communicate with parents, teachers, administration, and support staff and attend meetings such as district, building, grade level, department, curriculum, child study team, open house, parent-teacher conferences, and IEP meetings.
Support Identification of Students for Programming
  • Collaborate with larger district identification process, provide ongoing up to date information, and actively work with teachers to help them understand the id process.
  • Maintain current data and growth data on identified students.
  • Advocate for students’ proper placement to be both challenged and successful as well as advocate for developing talents in historically underrepresented populations in gifted education.
Performs related work as assigned.
 
Qualifications:
Education:
  • Must possess a current Minnesota teacher licensure
  • Master’s Degree in Education preferred
  • Gifted and Talented license or certificate preferred
Experience:
  • Previous experience as a GT, HP, or differentiation coach preferred
  • Background with Young Scholars and equity work preferred
  • Five years successful classroom teaching experience preferred
  • Strong leadership and collaboration skills
Special Knowledge or Skills:
  • Demonstrated ability to initiate and implement differentiation.
  • Possess high quality instructional practices in the area of literacy, math and best practices in gifted and talented education.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of “best practices” and latest literature in the field, specifically:
    • Gifted and Talented
    • Dual Exceptionalities
    • Talent Development
    • Personalized Learning
    • Technology Integration
  • Position requires a strong work ethic, organizational skills and time management.
  • Ability to lead and plan professional development programming as needed to help classroom staff with differentiation.

 
Application Procedure:
You must be a permanent employee of the district to use the internal application. Substitutes are not considered internal applicants and must complete the external application.
 
Apply Online at http://www.shakopee.k12.mn.us/ under posting 4395.

Selection Procedure:
Applications will be reviewed until position is filled.  Those selected for interview will be contacted.
 



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