Type 10 (LBS) Certification, or Type 03 or 09
with Special Education Ensorsement
ESL approval or endorsement
3) Bilingual approval or
Director of Kendall County Special Education,
Assistant Director and Coordinator
Provide services to students seven to twenty-one years old
identified with mild cognitive impairment, severe learning
disabilities, autism, traumatic brain injury or other health
These services include enhancing educational
progress so proper diagnosis and programming can be
established for the future
Plans and prepares for assigned
Provides written IEP's on each student.
Competency in Subject Matter
Teaches content and skills to assigned student
utilizing approved curriculums and approved courses of
Strives to improve expertise in areas of
Instructional Methods and Practices
Participates in conferences including behavior
management plans, functional analysis of behavior, placement,
IEP and annual reviews.
Develops strategies for maintaining a
classroom environment conducive to effective learning,
utilizes effective teaching methods, and employs a variety of
instructional techniques appropriate to the maturity,
interests and needs of the students.
Provides appropriate diagnostic testing,
identifies student capabilities and monitors student progress
on a regular basis.
Maintains accurate and complete records as
required by law and KCSEC policies.
Communicates with parents on an individual or
small group basis.
Consults with appropriate professional staff
regarding a student's educational program.
Initiates, facilitates and monitors
mainstreaming into student's program when it is appropriate
and consults with teacher to whom student is mainstreamed in
the Least Restrictive Environment.
Provides direction and guidance to teacher's
aide (when assigned).
Establishes and maintains orderly classroom
Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions
to protect students, equipment, materials and
Relationship with Students, Parents and Staff
Works to establish and maintain open and
positive lines of communication with students and their
parents concerning academics and behavior.
Establishes and maintains cooperative
relations with other members of the staff.
Assists the administration in upholding and
enforcing school rules and policies.
Meets accepted standards of professional
Evaluates assigned Paraprofessional(s) under
the supervision of the Director or his/her certified designee
b y doing formal annual written evaluation(s).
Observes and follows all KCSEC policies and
Exhibits professionalism and commitment
through punctuality and attendance.
Performs other duties as assigned by the KCSEC
Formal and informal classroom observations and
conferences shall occur as needed or desired by the
professional staff member or Director of Kendall County
Special Education, Assistant Director and Coordinator and
shall be an ongoing process.