Assist the teacher in providing instruction to individual
or small groups, carry out appropriate classroom activities, and maintains a disruption-free environment.
the teacher in preparing classroom or laboratory for instruction.
the teacher prepare and distribute lesson materials.
students under supervision of the teacher.
the teacher in maintaining individual student records when asked.
the teacher in keeping the classroom neat, clean, and orderly to provide work
and study areas conducive to learning.
resources effectively to support learning activities in the classroom, the
Academy, and the community.
exceptional classroom techniques, which include the art of questioning, clarity
of assignments, communicating , an atmosphere of mutual respect, independent
thought and expression, and student and teacher experiences in large and small
cooperatively with guardians' confidence in the teacher.
children in working and playing harmoniously with other children.
genuine concern for students in a climate characterized by high personal and
responsible citizenship through actions as a role model.
a classroom atmosphere based on the principles of firm, fair, and consistent
practices, respect for individual children, and development of responsible
- STUDENT ACQUISITION & RETENTION:
responsibility for marketing the Academy in the community.
- PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & LEADERSHIP:
in the development of policies and regulations that affect instruction and
conditions of success.
responsibility for professional, cooperative staff relations and for
out-of-class activities important to the operation of the Academy.
himself or herself according to professional, ethical principles.
personal qualities, which reflect favorably upon the individual, the group, and
other responsibilities assigned by the Administrator.
responsibility for the orderliness of the learning environment and the
appropriate and safe use of instructional facilities and equipment.
- Complete at least two years of study at an of an institution of higher education (equal to 60 semester hours)
- Meet the highly qualified requirements according to the No Child Left Behind Act.
- Ability to communicate with students, staff, and guardians.
- Experience in educational setting with school-age children.
- Excellent verbal and written expression using proper grammar and vocabulary.
- Exemplary work habits verified by previous employers.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Valid Michigan teaching certification.
- Knowledge and skills working with At-Risk students.
performing duties of this job, the employee is exposed to weather conditions
prevalent at the time. The noise level
in the work environment is usually moderate. The lighting in the work environment is
usually well lit and appropriate for a classroom setting.