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Bilingual Classroom Teacher - Spanish/English

Posted on 2020-06-29 10:59:56 AM

Listing expires 2020-08-28 12:00:00 AM

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Position Purpose: To provide an enriching academic development and learning environment that promotes learning and is appropriate to the maturity, interests and learning styles of ACC students. Develop a linguistically and culturally appropriate educational program. Work with directors, educational team and other staff to ensure ACC&#8217;s mission, values, vision and curriculum objectives are supported, modeled, infused throughout the curriculum, and taught to the students. Line/Staff Relationship: * Immediate Supervisor: ACC Principal * Work closely with Support Staff, Administrative Assistants, other Teachers, Coaches, etc. Nature of Work: Duties will include implementing curriculum that incorporates MN state standards, Latino culture into everyday lessons and activities, creating and maintaining an appropriate classroom physical environment, providing cultural experiences based in Latino cultures, setting up a classroom that is labeled both in Spanish and English, conducting literacy and math assessments, and communicating and engaging parents. Major Functions and Responsibilities: * Implement valuable and culturally relevant lessons using methods that are appropriate to the levels of language proficiencies of the students * Respect and incorporate the culture, values, history, language, and traditions of the students * Implement dual language curriculum in a 60/40 model * Participate actively in weekly PLC&#8217;s (Professional Learning Community), bi-weekly staff/team meetings and serves on various school committees * Meet with related school personnel, i.e. school counselor and special education teachers to coordinate objectives for individualized educational programs * Conduct home visits to each family in the classroom and maintain frequent collaboration/communication with student's families or guardians * Implements useful diagnostic and progress assessment measures, school-wide assessments * Provide positive feedback and reinforcement to students * Utilize specialized approaches for delivering understandable curriculum to second language learners and teach English language development and/or Spanish language development * Develop consistent rules of classroom behavior and procedures, set strong boundaries and high expectations of student behavior * Be available to work evening hours and weekends on occasion * Manage time efficiently * Other duties as assigned by the principal Competencies: * Demonstrated bi-lingual/bi-literacy in English & Spanish * Demonstrate excellent knowledge of innovative teaching methods * Demonstrate excellent knowledge of Latino culture or be willing to research * Demonstrated previous teaching and/or instructional experience in an inner city setting and/or work with urban youth * Ability to integrate technology into the classroom * Demonstrate interest in public school reform and social justice * Commit to the mission, values, and vision upon which the school was founded * Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity, interests and learning styles of the students * Work with families and students from diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds * Problem-solve and critically assess the skills a student needs using a variety of data * Ability to take advantage of children&#8217;s individual interests and use their internal motivation for developing needed skills * Effectively utilize a student's individual interests and use their internal motivation for developing needed skills * Set high expectations for all students and provide daily success opportunities for all students Position Qualifications: * The minimum of a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college/university * Must have or be eligible for Minnesota Teacher's license * Professional verification of successful classroom teacher performance and/or student teaching experience * Evidence of the willingness and the ability to comply with the standards for ethical and professional performance established by the State Board of Education * Interview/file data will include evidence of sensitivity and respect for others and verification of the demonstrated ability to serve as a positive role model for youth * Excellent oral and written skills in English and Spanish * Regular and predictable attendance is essential * Experience working with diverse student and family populations * Excellent knowledge and understands the Latino culture and embraces cultural diversity Apply online<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Froosolutionsjobs.applicantstack.com%2Fx%2Fapply%2Fa25fp6hxh6n6&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7C2dc1804e519143810d1e08d81c457597%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C1%7C637290431962013657&sdata=%2FoPM97%2FadSyzHU%2BIENtyR0HDyUrvzedlOHA0NbbkgU8%3D&reserved=0> Kelly Rietow HR Consultant Academia Cesar Chavez 763.228.8496

Position Purpose:

To provide an enriching academic development and learning environment that promotes learning and is appropriate to the maturity, interests and learning styles of ACC students. Develop a linguistically and culturally appropriate educational program. Work with directors, educational team and other staff to ensure ACC’s mission, values, vision and curriculum objectives are supported, modeled, infused throughout the curriculum, and taught to the students.

 

Line/Staff Relationship:

  • Immediate Supervisor: ACC Principal
  • Work closely with Support Staff, Administrative Assistants, other Teachers, Coaches, etc.  

 

Nature of Work:

Duties will include implementing curriculum that incorporates MN state standards, Latino culture into everyday lessons and activities, creating and maintaining an appropriate classroom physical environment, providing cultural experiences based in Latino cultures, setting up a classroom that is labeled both in Spanish and English, conducting literacy and math assessments, and communicating and engaging parents.

Major Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Implement valuable and culturally relevant lessons using methods that are appropriate to the levels of language proficiencies of the students
  • Respect and incorporate the culture, values, history, language, and traditions of the students
  • Implement dual language curriculum in a 60/40 model
  • Participate actively in weekly PLC’s (Professional Learning Community), bi-weekly staff/team meetings and serves on various school committees
  • Meet with related school personnel, i.e. school counselor and special education teachers to coordinate  objectives for individualized educational programs
  • Conduct home visits to each family in the classroom and maintain frequent collaboration/communication with student's families or guardians
  • Implements useful diagnostic and progress assessment measures, school-wide assessments
  • Provide positive feedback and reinforcement to students
  • Utilize specialized approaches for delivering understandable curriculum to second language learners and teach English language development and/or Spanish language development
  • Develop consistent rules of classroom behavior and procedures, set strong boundaries and high expectations of student behavior
  • Be available to work evening hours and weekends on occasion
  • Manage time efficiently  
  • Other duties as assigned by the principal

 

Competencies:

  • Demonstrated bi-lingual/bi-literacy in English & Spanish 
  • Demonstrate excellent knowledge of innovative teaching methods
  • Demonstrate excellent knowledge of Latino culture or be willing to research
  • Demonstrated previous teaching and/or instructional experience in an inner city setting and/or

work with urban youth

  • Ability to integrate technology into the classroom
  • Demonstrate interest in public school reform and social justice
  • Commit to the mission, values, and vision upon which the school was founded
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity, interests and learning styles of the students
  • Work with families and students from diverse educational, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds
  • Problem-solve and critically assess the skills a student needs using a variety of data
  • Ability to take advantage of children’s individual interests and use their internal motivation for developing needed skills
  • Effectively utilize a student's individual interests and use their internal motivation for developing needed skills
  • Set high expectations for all students and provide daily success opportunities for all students

 

Position Qualifications:

  • The minimum of a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college/university
  • Must have or be eligible for Minnesota Teacher's license
  • Professional verification of successful classroom teacher performance and/or student teaching experience
  • Evidence of the willingness and the ability to comply with the standards for ethical and professional performance established by the State Board of Education
  • Interview/file data will include evidence of sensitivity and respect for others and verification of the demonstrated ability to serve as a positive role model for youth
  • Excellent oral and written skills in English and Spanish
  • Regular and predictable attendance is essential
  • Experience working with diverse student and family populations
  • Excellent knowledge and understands the Latino culture and embraces cultural diversity

 

Apply online

 

Kelly Rietow

HR Consultant

Academia Cesar Chavez

763.228.8496