Teaching Assistant (temporary assignment for
duration of 2011-2012 school year)
Must meet No Child
Left Behind (NCLB) education requirements for student
native or near native oral and written fluency in
proficient use of the English language in written and oral
forms to facilitate communication with cooperating
and maintains effective working relations with staff and the
Uses/operates computer equipment
related to the position/job.
organizational and clerical skills.
demonstrate patience and gain student cooperation.
Supervisor of the cooperating teacher and/or
Director of ELL Services
Supervises students as assigned.
To assist the classroom teacher(s) in providing
individualized and/or small group instruction to students.
Under the direction and supervision of the
classroom teacher, the ESL/Bilingual Teaching Assistant assists
the teacher in the classroom:
with the classroom teacher to coordinate instruction for
English language learners.
mainstream and special service teachers to facilitate student
access to special services.
Assist with the
administration of mandated English proficiency assessments
which would include ACCESS screening and testing and
vocabulary and/or concepts to accelerate student
communication with parents.
to the student(s) with other class projects and initiatives as
Assist at special school events
and/or outdoor activities as requested.
tasks and responsibilities assigned by the
PHYSICAL CONTEXT OF THE JOB:
This job may require the following:
spending a portion of each
day outdoors on the playground in a variety of weather
conditions, occasional lifting of weights up to 50 lbs.,
ability to walk and stand for extended periods of time.
This job entails working with students in
classroom and campus settings.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
(completed by the Office of Human Resources):
6.5 hours per day