Compensation: In accordance with the negotiated labor agreement.
ISBE Elementary Certificate or Secondary Certificate, endorsed for middle school Mathematics.
The successful candidate will be Highly Qualified by having successfully taken the (Illinois) Elementary/Middle Grades test.
Minimum of overall 3.0 GPA for undergraduate work.
Completion of at least 30 semester hours of college course work in the area of Mathematics, preferred .
Light work: Ability to exert up to 20 pounds of force
occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force as frequently as needed
to move objects.
Ability to communicate effectively in the English language,
both orally and in writing, with other professionals, students,
parents, and the community.
A valid drivers license and personal vehicle are required for positions shared between different locations.
Applicants who are willing to coach or sponsor students activities/clubs are sought.
Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board of Education may find appropriate and acceptable. Performance Responsibilities (Essential Duties):
perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform
each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are
representative of the knowledge, skill, ability, physical demands and
working conditions required of this position. Reasonable accommodations
may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
Staff will be advocates for all
learners, focus on academic achievement, and build on student successes
by committing to continuous instructional improvement and providing an
environment that supports the social development of all students.
1. Planning and Preparation
1a. Demonstrate knowledge of content and pedagogy.
Demonstrate knowledge of child growth and development, especially of
characteristics of students/children in the age group assigned.
1c. Set appropriate instructional goals.
1d. Design coherent instruction based on district learning targets, the primary function of this position and student data.
1e. Design formative and summative assessments that measure student performance based on established learning targets.
Demonstrate a basic understanding and knowledge of current technology,
that is incorporated as a natural instructional tool, in constant use.
Assure that the students always have the appropriate supplies available
to perform the tasks required in the various modules.
2. Classroom Environment
2a. Create an environment of respect and rapport.
2b. Establish a culture for learning.
2c. Manage classroom procedures.
2d. Manage student behavior.
2e. Organize the physical environment to promote learning.
3a. Implement instruction planned in accordance with Section 1.
3b. Communicate with students.
3c. Use appropriate questioning and discussion techniques.
3d. Engage students in learning.
3e. Use assessment information to drive instructional decision making.
3f. Demonstrate flexibility and responsiveness.
4. Professional Responsibilities
4 a. Reflect on teaching.
4b. Maintain accurate records.
4c. Communicate with families.
4d. Participate in a professional learning community.
4e. Grow and develop professionally.
4f. Demonstrate professionalism in behavior and dress.
Attend meetings, serve on committees, and perform such other duties and
assume other responsibilities as may be assigned by the Principal or
his/her designee in accordance with the labor
agreement and the Board of Education.
4h. Have regular attendance and infrequent absences.
Terms of employment: 180 days
Application Procedure: Only completed applications will be
considered. Completed application are comprised of the following
Complete on-line application, including each essay question, and
the following supporting documentation, uploaded, as part of your application:
Letter of Interest
Copy of Certification (ECS print out acceptable)
Copy of transcripts
(2012 graduates should upload transcripts even if incomplete)
Three (3) reference letters, one (1) of which is from your current supervisor
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