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Duties

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

I.     ACTIVE, SUCCESSFUL STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS

A.    Maintains a high level of student interest and promotes higher level reasoning skills.

B.    Communicates objectives, purposes and key concepts of lesson.

C.    Adjusts instruction in response to student needs.

D.    Makes appropriate and effective use of available technology as a part of the instructional process.

E.    Demonstrates knowledge of subject matter.

II.    LEARNER CENTERED INSTRUCTION

A.     Develops and/or uses a plan of instruction that is in accordance with the district adopted curriculum and the building School Improvement Plan.

B.             Uses a variety of instructional strategies to accommodate individual differences.

C.    Facilitates learning experiences that make connections to other content areas and to life and career experiences

D.            Uses strategies and techniques for meaningful inclusion of all students.

III. USE III.    USE OF EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT PROGRESS

A.     Uses ongoing formative and summative assessment results to align and modify instruction and design teaching strategies.

B.             Uses ongoing formative and summative assessment results to determine student learning needs.

C.            Assessment practices reflect the diverse needs and circumstances of students.

D.            District assessments are implemented with fidelity.

IV.   CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

A.             Establishes standards and expectations for student behavior.

B.             Organizes and arranges classroom so as to facilitate learning and minimize student disruption.

C.    Encourages students to be self-disciplined and uses effective methods for teaching social skill development in all students.  Uses effective behavior management strategies.

D.            Paces instruction to maximize learning and avoid disruptions.

V.    PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

A.             Uses grammatically correct English in all verbal and written communications.

B.             Initiates/responds to contacts and meetings with parents/guardians as needed.

C.            Models effective strategies to convey ideas, information and questions.

D.    Communicates student progress and other information with students, families, and administration in a regular, timely fashion.

VI.   PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

A.     Collaborates with colleagues and other professionals to improve knowledge, instruction, and student

       achievement.

B.    Reflects and revises practice to support student achievement.

C.    Assesses skills needed to improve instructional strategies. 

D.   Actively participates in professional growth opportunities.

VII.  COMPLIANCE WITH POLICIES/LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

A.             Is punctual to work, to class and to all required campus and district level meetings.

B.     Maintains and submits accurate and timely records as required by law, Board policy, and administrative guidelines.

C.    Follows codes of professional conduct.

D.    Follow building and District rules, procedures, policies, and directives, as well as local, state, and federal monitoring and evaluation requirements.

VIII.  IMPROVEMENT OF CAMPUS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

A.     Collaborates with other teachers and special service personnel to support student achievement in all assigned classes.

B.     Participates in and contributes to activities related to professional learning communities, school improvement, and student achievement.

C.     Monitors attendance of all students in assigned classes and contacts parents, counselors, or other school officials regarding an intervention plan for students with serious attendance problems.

D.    Work with teachers, counselors, and other school professionals to seek information to identify and assess the needs of assigned students in at-risk situations.

E.     Participates in and/or contributes to campus-wide programs to modify and adapt classroom materials and/or instruction to meet individual student needs.

 

 

Qualifications

Valid Illinois Professional Educator License with Bilingual (Spanish/English) Endorsement

Alternative licensure pathways exist for candidates who are fluent in Spanish and English but do not hold a valid teaching license.

 

Salary/Benefits

This position has been designated as "hard to fill" by the District.  In accordance with the CFT contract, any external candidate hired to fill this vacancy shall initially be placed on the salary schedule at a Step that is one greater than the one on which the new hire should otherwise have been placed.  Please contact Human Resources with questions about salary schedule placement.

How to Apply

Please apply online at www.champaignschools.org/apply

 

Link to District/Third Party Online Application Web Page

https://www.champaignschools.org

Email Address

hr@u4sd.org

Job Posting Date

10/5/2021

Start Date

N/A