Minnesota K-6/1-6 Elementary Education
Develops lesson plans and instructional materials and provides
individualized and small group instruction to adapt the District
approved curriculum to the needs of each pupil.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
2. Translates lesson plans into developmentally appropriate learning experiences.
3. Establishes and maintains standards of pupil behavior to achieve an effective learning atmosphere.
4. Evaluates pupils' academic and social growth, keeps appropriate records in a timely fashion prepares progress reports.
5. Identifies pupil needs and makes appropriate referrals and develops strategies for individual education plans.
6. Maintains a professional day, as defined by building/and contract.
Communicates regularly with parents outside normal classroom day by
means of newsletters, phone calls, e-mails, conferences, etc.. Works in a supportive and collaborative manner with colleagues
9. Maintains and improves professional skills by
participating in building and department meetings, formal coursework,
workshops, and seminars in an effort to stay current with best teaching
10. Participates in a professional learning community on a regular basis.
11. Integration of technology into instruction.
12. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
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.
5. May plan and coordinate the work of paraprofessionals and volunteers in the classroom and on field trips.
6. May provide input to the goal-setting process for paraprofessionals.
Knowledge and Skills:
1. Demonstrated ability to apply appropriate skills in performing daily routines.
2. Demonstrated ability to operate a computer, software and necessary classroom technology.
Ability to develop effective and positive working relationships with
students, staff, administrators, parents, and the community.
4. Maintain professional composure while dealing with a variety of personalities and situations.
5. Show initiative and function as a self-starter.
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