6th Grade Teacher (Language Arts & Soical Studies Endorsements)
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Lindop School District 92
Lindop School District 92
Title: 6<sup>th</sup> Grade Teacher (Language Arts & Social
Illinois Teaching Certificate – Type 03 or 09 with subject endorsements
of Child Development
to work cooperatively with children and adults
to relate to parents and families
Must be have an endorsement in Science
quality written, verbal, and organizational skills
Teacher Salary Schedule
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 courses in social studies according to courses of study as adopted
by the Board of Education and other appropriate learning activities.
students in citizenship, respect for others, safety, and basic subject
matter specified in Illinois School Code and administrative regulations
a balanced social studies program involving factual background material,
material on current events, discussion time, and laboratory experiences
appropriate to social sciences; other suitable activities designed to
encourage students to develop skills and attitudes, draw conclusions, and
achieve improved interpersonal relationships.
lesson plans and provide individualized and small group instruction in
order to differentiate the curriculum to meet the needs of each student.
knowledge of the purpose, structure,and operation of the American
governmental and economic system, and the rights and responsibilities of
the American citizenship.
knowledge of the political and economic systems of other nations and their
influence on personal freedom, education, and living standards of the
people in those nations.
knowledge, respect, and understanding of cultural groups throughout the
world and emphasize the need for international cooperation.
an understanding of the contributions of minority racial, gender,
religious, and political groups to American culture, and the role of
minorities in our present world.
students to become aware of the complexity and inter-relations of local,
state, national, and world problems.
in the School Improvement Planning process.
an effective environment for learning, efficiently utilizing the available
time for instruction.
student academic and social growth readjusting the teacher procedures to
stimulate continuous progress.
appropriate records and prepare progress reports.
with parents through a variety of means to discuss student progress and
interpret the school program.
learning experiences designed to meet individual needs through individual
and/or group instruction and adapt, develop and use available materials (may
include multimedia) and resources for students' different learning styles.
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 requisition books and instructional aids; maintain required inventory.
for IEP's, 504 plans and support students.
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. Communicate with parents through a
variety of means. Work
cooperatively with administrators, consultants, community members and
colleagues. Responsible for
presenting a positive teacher image to community.
professional competence through inservice education activities provided by
the District and self-selected professional growth activities.
cooperatively with the appropriate administrator throughout the evaluation
process in conformance with the Board's policy on Evaluation of
to accept changes in assignment, programs and materials.
to adapt to different personalities in team teaching experiences.
by the Code of Ethics.
for basic attendance accounting and other services as required.
a comfortable room environment through awareness of heating, lighting,
ventilation and appropriate housekeeping.
in faculty committees and the sponsorship of student activities.
and coordinate the work of aides, teacher assistants, student teachers and
other paraprofessionals as needed.
in curriculum development programs as required.
group standardized tests in accordance with District testing program.
initial care in the event of an accident or injury in or out of the
classroom until the arrival of the nurse or other emergency personnel.
District property and observe activities on District property for unsafe
conditions which may lead to injury; correct any unsafe practices and
conditions and to report all other potential safety hazards to their
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:
other responsibilities as determined by the Superintendent.
Performance evaluated in accordance with the
provisions of the District Evaluation Plan.