THIS POSITION IS FOR THE 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR.
Nature and Scope of Job :
purpose of an Exceptional Children Specialist/Deaf Education teacher's job is
to diagnose deaf or hearing loss in children when these disabilities interfere
with learning, then to teach students to read, write, problem solve, compute,
how to find information, how to think, how to work cooperatively with others,
and to meet all district-required curriculum objectives.
1. Diagnoses and evaluates specific
students' needs as needed or requested.
2. Plans and implements a program of study
that meets individual needs, interests, and abilities within the Sweetwater
County School District Number One curriculum as well as the designed
Individualized Education Plan (I.E.P.) for the student.
3. Implements curriculum objectives and
goals using effective teaching techniques and materials.
4. Develops, in a cooperative manner with
the principal and Director of Special Programs, a plan for the improvement and
enrichment of instruction in special education.
5. Writes lesson plans describing daily
learning experiences correlated to curriculum objectives and the stated IEP of
6. Monitors and assesses student progress
and provides feedback on a regular basis to students and parents/guardians.
7. Communicates aims/objectives to students
in a well-planned, organized manner in clear, concise terms.
8. Creates a classroom environment conducive
to learning and appropriate to the maturity of the students.
9. Assists Administration in implementing
all policies, vision, mission and philosophy, regulations, and rules of
Sweetwater County School District Number One.
educational experiences to provide students with opportunities to develop
potential in self-esteem, personal-social adjustment, decision-making, and
other life skills. Attempts to lead each student to an understanding and
appreciation of the principles of democracy and endeavors to develop in each
student a spirit of patriotism, with a full understanding that American
citizenship involves responsibilities as well as privileges.
the dignity of each student as a individual and attempts to gain an adequate
understanding of his/her needs, interests, abilities, aptitudes, temperament,
and environmental influences, as a basis on which to meet his/her needs, and to
treat him/her with fairness and courtesy.
concerns and ideas with colleagues, parents, students, and community in a
positive, solution-oriented manner.
legal responsibilities for the discipline and supervision of students in the
classroom on school property, or in attendance at school-sponsored activities
at all times and maintains a high standard of conduct and good rapport with
to maintain and improve professional competence.
professional and personal responsibility for the management and progress of
classes under his/her authority, direction, and supervision.
individual responsibilities assigned by principal/supervisor which may relate
to committee work, student activities, student supervision, or other planning
and professional assignments.
accurate, complete, legible, and correct records as required by law, Sweetwater
County school District Number One policy, and Administrative regulation.
necessary precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and
oneself in a business-like and task-oriented manner.
to be a good employee as well as an effective teacher.
to establish friendly and cooperative relationships between the home and the
parents with information that will serve the best interests of their children
and is discreet with information received from parents.
and supervises curriculum oriented field trips.
parent and staff meetings.
informed by reading building and district communications.
to requests for information in a timely manner.
--EMPLOYEES ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR
ALL DUTIES OF THIS JOB--
Knowledge, Skills and Mental
a broad general knowledge of all subject areas with specific knowledge needed
in contract areas.
group dynamics and interpersonal skills.
knowledge of physiological, psychological, emotional, and educational
behavioral development of children.
classroom developmentally appropriate management skills which include
discipline as well as record keeping and assessment abilities.
technological and computer skills.
problem solving, imagination, patience, reasoning, creativity, judgement, and
a general knowledge of Public Law 101-476 (I.D.E.A.).
Education, License, Certification or Formal
all certificates required for the State of Wyoming.
at a minimum a Bachelor's Degree.
to pursue graduate level classes for professional growth.
Laminator Assistive Technology Equipment
able to stand, walk, and sit for long periods without fatigue or discomfort.
able to lift up to 50 pounds and carry a distance of 100 feet.
able to carry up to 15 pounds for a distance of 1,000 feet.
able to work at a computer monitor at least part of each day without fatigue or
able to spend most of the time inside classrooms with some work outside in
cold/hot weather. Be able to tolerate noise up to 90 decibels.
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