June 11-28, 2012
July 9-August 9, 2012
11:45am - 4:15pm Monday-Thursday
Minnesota K-6 or 1-6 Elementary Education.
Preferred K-12 ESL licensure.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Plans instruction and other student support activities, including the establishment of overall goals and priorities.
2. Provides instruction to students in a manner which incorporates essential elements of instruction; i.e. teaching specific objectives, teaching at appropriate levels of difficulty, including methods of extending students' thinking; uses techniques to monitor student progress and adjusts instruction accordingly and correctly employs various principles of learning.
3. Develops lesson plans, as applicable to the teacher's particular assignment. Such plans should consider the needs and abilities of the student and should incorporate basic components of lesson design, as appropriate.
4. Reviews, selects and modifies materials and resources consistent with instructional objectives and students' participation.
5. Provide appropriate and specialized instructional materials and/or services for students who qualify for Title III services.
6. Establishes and maintains student discipline by communicating expectations for appropriate behavior. Provides structure and consistency and encourage student responsibility, cooperation and mutual respect.
7. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
1. Collaborative work in a fast-paced environment interacting with students, staff, administrators, parents, and the community with multiple requests and concerns.
2. Support and communicate with other administrators and staff.
3. Respond in emergency situations.
4. Know, interpret, and follow school District policies.
Knowledge and Skills:
1. Preferred experience working with ELLs (English Language Learners) or resource room or support room teaching.
2. Demonstrated ability to apply appropriate skills in performing daily routines.
3. Demonstrated ability to operate a computer, software and necessary classroom technology.
4. Ability to develop effective and positive working relationships with students, staff, administrators, parents, and the community.
5. Maintain professional composure while dealing with a variety of personalities and situations.
6. Show initiative and function as a self-starter.
7. Effectively communicate and have interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
According to Schedule E “summer school pay rate” of the teacher master agreement.
Tim Alexander, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
Lee Drolet, Excelsior Principal
Please upload a letter of interest, resume, 3 letters of professional recommendation, transcripts and Minnesota Teacher license information with your online application.
Current Minnetonka Employees, please fill out the Internal Application form found on the district website under "Employment" then click "Submit an Internal Application/Transfer Form" found on the bottom of the page. Current teachers do not need to attach letters of recommendation or transcripts.
Minnetonka Public School District
5621 Highway 101
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