Depending on the client assignment the special education teacher may be required to assess students referred for special education services.
Write reports of findings. Participate in IEP/IFSP team process and write IEP/IFSP for students who are eligible for service. Plan and executes lessons that address the individual student’s needs as outlined in the IEP/IFSP. Document student’s progress toward IEP/IFSP goals and all special education paperwork required by the school or client.
Interface with parents, principal, and IEP/IFSP team members at designated school and with the Director of Education at Care Resources.
Organize classroom and manage student behavior to optimize learning. Some assignments may require infant and toddler special instruction or compensatory tutoring outside of the classroom.
- Minimum of Bachelor’s degree from accredited college/university in Special Education.
- Current state department of education certification in Special Education in the state providing the service.
- Some assignments require specific special education certifications depending on the population of students serving.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, organizational skills, flexibility, and adaptability are necessary and required for this position.
- Must be able to work in a team environment. If providing early intervention or compensatory tutoring services, must have transportation to provide services at multiple sites.
ResCare - 15 months ago
Through its residential, training, and support services, ResCare offers RESpect and CARE to people with physical and mental disabilities....