Lindop School District 92
Title: Teacher, Elementary Classroom (First Grade)
Teaching Certificate – Type 03
of Child Development
to work cooperatively with children and adults
to relate to parents and families
quality written, verbal, and organizational skills
of Common Core Standards
Salary: Teacher Salary Schedule
Goal: To create a
flexible program and classroom environment favorable to learning; to establish
effective rapport with students; to motivate students to develop skills,
attitudes and knowledge needed to be successful for the next steps in life; to
establish relationships with parents and other staff members.
Duties & Responsibilities Include:
teach the course of study adopted by the Board of Education.
students in citizenship, respect for others, safety, and basic subject
matter specified in Illinois School Code.
lesson plans and provide individualized and small group instruction in
order to differentiate the curriculum to meet the needs of each student.
in the School Improvement Planning process and/or other school or district
an effective environment for learning, efficiently utilizing the available
time for instruction.
formative assessments to evaluate student academic and social growth in
order to readjust instruction and procedures to insure learning.
appropriate records and prepare progress reports.
with parents to discuss student progress and interpret the school program.
learning experiences designed to meet student needs through individual
and/or group instruction.
and maintain standards of student behavior needed to achieve a functional
learning atmosphere in and out of the classroom by providing a safe and
secure environment for all school activities.
and maintain an active, responsive climate for learning through positive
teacher-student rapport and consistent and positive classroom
management. Establish a good
relationship through participation in faculty committees and
meetings. Identify student needs
and cooperate with other professional staff members in assessing and
helping students solve health, attitude, and learning problems. Work cooperatively with administrators,
consultants, community members and colleagues. Responsible for presenting a positive
teacher image to community.
in professional growth programs through inservice education activities
provided by the District.
confidentiality concerning information about students and their families.
a professional teacher/student relationship.
directly in professional relationships to positively benefit all concerned
individuals & groups within the District.
with supervisors to develop and maintain a program of safe conditions and
practices for the welfare of the students, faculty, employees, volunteers,
visitors and other invitees.
with Rti Interventions and small group SRA reading groups along with
experience in working with data teams.
Duties as Assigned: Assumes
other responsibilities as determined by the Superintendent.
Evaluation: Performance evaluated in accordance with the
provisions of the District Evaluation Plan.