ACADEMIC AND BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION TEACHER

Posted: Continuous 2012-01-31
High School
 

Description: Plans, implements, and assess academic intervention services. Helps students make appropriate choices. Encourages parental involvement.

Job Summary:

  • The following are typical work responsibilities. A reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a qualified individual with a disability to perform essential functions.
  • Schedules individual/small group sessions. Administers diagnostic tests. Interprets results.
  • Encourages a full range of intervention options. Reviews intervention strategies with classroom teachers. Reinforces concepts introduced in inclusive educational settings.
  • Teaches students as scheduled. Maintains a thorough understanding of subject material. Creates effective student learning experiences. Documents teaching performance objectives. Uses formal and informal assessment strategies to monitor and manage student learning.
  • Upholds board policies and follows administrative guidelines/procedures. Promotes a professional image of the school district. Encourages community partnerships that enhance district programs. Promotes effective communications and assistance. Uses problem-solving techniques to tactfully address questions/concerns. Refers policy interpretation inquiries to administrative staff.
  • Prepares the assigned classroom or instructional area. Develops written lesson plans that align with state standards and the district's adopted courses of study/ curriculum goals.
  • Evaluates the academic needs of students. Develops meaningful educational activities that engage and stimulate student learning. Varies instructional techniques to address diverse learning styles.
  • Helps students take full advantage of the learning environment (e.g., use of instructional/media resources, access/proximity to activities, etc.).
  • Communicates expectations, provides guidance, and shows an active interest in student progress. Facilitates self-reliance, problem-solving, critical-thinking, creativity, and performance skills. Plans collaborative student learning activities that encourage positive peer relationships. Collaborates with other staff. Shares knowledge and resources that enhance student learning. Serves as a building/district resource for core academic activities.
  • Upholds the student conduct code. Implements effective pupil management procedures. Maintains a positive learning environment. Helps parents/students understand academic objectives, behavioral standards, and performance expectations.
  • Consults with support personnel to address student concerns (e.g., excessive absences, at-risk behavior, mental/physical health, family/peer relations, etc.).
  • Collaborates with staff to implement and monitor behavior management plans when required. Supports an inclusive educational environment. Provides opportunities for students with disabilities to participate in appropriate learning activities.
  • Initiates referrals for student assistance as needed. Meets mandated paperwork deadlines. Helps the intervention assistance team (IA T) prepare plans for eligible students.
  • Helps prepare and implement Section 504 and/or other interventions for assigned students meeting eligibility requirements.
  • Proctors district testing activities as directed. Upholds security procedures. Helps students with content-area preparation activities.
  • Maintains accurate records and submits reports on time.
  • Complies with district policy and administrative guidelines/procedures to account for fund raising activities and the collection of authorized student fees. Maintains detailed records suitable for financial audits. Evaluates student achievement/performance. Prepares periodic student progress reports. Consults with parents as needed (e.g., phone calls, notes, meetings, etc.).
  • Respects personal privacy. Maintains the confidentiality of privileged information. Promotes the proper use, care, and security of school property.
  • Takes precautions to ensure safety. Monitors situations that may indicate a problem. Provides appropriate student supervision. Works with supervisors to manage or eliminate risk factors.
  • Reports suspected child abuse and/or neglect to civil authorities as required by law.
  • Supervises non-classroom activities when assigned.
  • Participates in staff meetings, conferences, and other required school activities. Encourages parent organizations and supports school-sponsored activities.
  • Pursues growth opportunities that enhance professional performance and advance district goals. Strives to develop rapport and serves as a positive role model for others.
  • Provides prompt notification of absences. Ensures that student lists and teaching materials are readily available for substitutes.
  • Maintains a professional appearance. Wears work attire appropriate for the position. Performs other specific job-related duties as directed.


Salary:

$200 per day / 100 days max during the 2011-2012 school  year.

            

Qualifications:

  • Valid State of Ohio Department of Education license/certificate in 7-12 Math or English or Reading K-12.
  • A record free of criminal violations that would prohibit public school employment. Complies with drug-free workplace rules and board policies.
  • Keeps current with technology and other workplace innovations that support job functions.

Application Procedure:
Apply on-line

Warrensville Heights City Schools


4500 Warrensville Center Road
Warrensville, OH 44128
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