Monday, July 28, 2014

H.S. Math Teacher


Alcott College Prep seeks High School Math Teacher

Background:
Alcott College Prep High School West Campus was created in 2010 in order to extend the learning opportunities and community of our Elementary School campus and currently serves 300 students in grades nine through twelve. The 2012 -2013 school marked the start of a new vision for Alcott and we are looking for teachers who are committed to helping us realize that mission; we need strong, passionate, and collaborative educators to develop a college prep high school that prepares every student to be informed, active, and engaged citizens.  
Mission
Alcott’s mission is to educate students to become innovative leaders, engaged citizens and lifelong learners. Our students will be wise, creative, critical thinkers and will take responsibility for their own learning at every age.

 Qualifications:
     Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in education, Master's degree preferred
     Current Illinois Professional Educator License or Educator License with Stipulations - Endorsements: Secondary Education (9-12) or Special (K-12 or PK-21)
     Dual Subject Certification preferred (Math and Science preferred)
     At least 2-3 years teaching experience (Chicago Public Schools experience preferred)
     Knowledge of subject matter consistent with state certification requirements, knowledge of contemporary principles and practices of teaching, classroom and behavior management techniques.
     Proven knowledge and successful integration of CRS and CCSS standards
     Success in using student data from formative classroom and standardized assessments differentiate instruction
     Enthusiasm, flexibility, and the ability to work independently as well as on a team
     Excellent oral and written communication skills along with high energy and willingness to be flexible and creative
     Collaborate with staff to design vertically aligned assessments, strategies, and activities that build upon our AP and democratic mission and vision.
     Collaborate and maintain communication with administration, department team, grade level team, and instructional leadership team.
     Participate actively in school activities; actively engage in developing school culture.
     Evaluate student progress on a continuous basis and provides feedback to students, parents and appropriate staff members.  Maintain accurate and complete student records as required by state law and Board policies.
     Engage parents and community in and outside the classroom; create opportunities for students to engage with adults and students outside of the immediate ACP family.
     Participate in staff development programs, staff meetings and extra-curricular activities.  Attend educational conventions and conferences to learn and discuss new methodologies for teaching. Share new learning and best practices with the staff by leading PD

 

Qualified applicants should send their resumes to Grace Moody, Assistant Principal, Louisa May Alcott West Campus

 

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Elmhurst CUSD#205 Seeks Full Time Teacher

Elmhurst CUSD#205 seeks a full time Bilingual Spanish Early Childhood Special Education Teacher for its Madison ECE Center at 130 West Madison Street.

Reporting to the Building Principal, the Bilingual Spanish Early Childhood Special Education Teacher is expected to plan and teach a program of instruction appropriate for the age of the learner in accordance with school and District goals, objectives, policies and procedures.

Qualified applicants must be 04 Certified with Active SPED Approval/ Bilingual Endorsement in Spanish; have ELL Certification or actively pursuing ELL Certification and be scheduled for completion by the 2014 school year. 2 or more years of experience is preferred.
Interested Applicants can apply online.
 
Major Responsibilities:
1. Understand and adapt general principles of learning and demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the subject matter in planning an instructional program that meets the needs of each student.
2. Prepare detailed daily lesson plans that provide a variety of learning activities consistent with teaching to the established curriculum objectives and has such plans available upon request of immediate supervisor.
3. Accomplish the curriculum objectives that can reasonably be expected for the grade level and the particular group of students being instructed.
4. Meet and instruct assigned classes in the locations and times designated.
5. Employ a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media in the instructional program.
6. Provide a pleasant and stimulating classroom environment by displaying samples of student work and arranging attractive bulletin boards.
7. Establish effective methods of classroom control in which students develop respect for the school, the teacher, and each other.
8. Demonstrate skill in use of positive reinforcement techniques related to student achievement and behavior. 
9. Make provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the instructional day when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms.
10. Develop and communicate clear and consistent evaluation procedures that are understood by both students and parents which are in accordance with the District evaluation policy.
11. Demonstrate effective communication skills when interacting with immediate supervisors, parents, students, peers, and other school related reference groups.
12. Present a positive school image and realize the importance of establishing good school community relations,
13. Constructively participates with other staff members in determining and achieving school programs, goals, and objectives.
14. Maintain and submit upon request accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, District policy, and administrative regulation.
15. Assist in upholding and enforcing school rules, administrative regulations and Board policy.
16. Provide appropriate supervision and take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
17. Attend and participate in faculty meetings.
18. Assist in selection of books, equipment, and other instructional materials.
19. Demonstrate a high quality of ethical behavior and personal conduct.
20. Involvement in professional growth activities through creation of and participation in an ongoing program of reading, workshops, seminars, conferences, and/or advance coursework at institutions of high learning.
21. Demonstrate a willingness to assume co-curricular and other additional duties related to the teaching profession.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Special Education, Bilingual Middle School Math and 2 Bilingual Special Education teachers wanted


Talman Elementary School is seeking applicants for 1 Special Education teacher, 1 Bilingual Middle School Math Teacher and 2 Bilingual Special Education teachers.

Qualified teachers are asked to forward their resumes to Assistant Principal Maricela Sanchez.

Talman Elementary School
5450 S. Talman Avenue
Chicago, IL 60632

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Special Education Teachers Needed


SPEED S.E.J.A #802 has immediate openings for Special Education Classroom Teachers with required LBSI endorsement.  SPEED is a Special Education Joint Agreement Cooperative located in Chicago Heights, Illinois.


QUALIFICATIONS:
·         A valid Illinois License/approval in the area(s) of service
·         Academic, Professional, and personal qualities as the SPEED Governing Board may specify.
·         Commitment to the team process
·         Ability to physically manage and/or restrain students weighing up to 250 pounds, with assistance, when needed.
·         Ability to relate to and work with students with special needs who may present a variety of disabilities.

PREFERRED:
·         Experience in a public school setting/classroom based setting
·         Experience with individuals with disabilities
·         Experience with families and family education
·         Experience with various agencies
·         Participation in continuous professional growth (e.g. workshops, in-services and available coursework.)

JOB GOAL(S):
·         To provide an appropriate special education instructional program through implementation of the IEP and related services.
·         To work in partnership with students, parents, staff, districts and community in the overall operation of the SPEED.

Qualified applicants are asked to please apply online

SPEED

1125 Division Street Chicago Heights, 60411

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Reading Specialist Needed in Maine Township

East Maine School District 63 has a reading specialist position that has just become available for qualified applicants with an MA in Reading. For more information about the position, contact:

Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning
East Maine School District 63
10150 Dee Road
Des Plaines, IL 60016
847-299-1900

Interested applicants also should apply online through the district website at http://www.generalasp.com/d63/onlineapp/default.aspx.


This position is in a great school with an amazing principal.

Special Education Teacher Needed at Rowe Elementary

Rowe Elementary School invites recent graduates with credentials in special education to join our staff in an effort to increase access to high-quality public education for students in Chicago. Our staff is driven to create an equal playing field for our students, committed to delivering a rigorous, quality education, and passionate about changing the lives of our students, families, and community.

We need leaders like you. Check out the opportunities available at Rowe Elementary School, so you can be part of the movement to ensure all of our students reach their maximum potential and embody our core values: Success. Pride. Honor.

In order to apply to a currently open SPECIAL EDUCATION position: please submit your resume, cover letter, and completed application (online) with your desired position as your subject line to our Director of Special Education, Megan Schomaker, mschomaker@nush.org.

Go here to complete the online application.  A complete description of the position is available here.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Northern Suburban Special Education District seeks Teaching Assistants

Northern Suburban Special Education District Seeks Teaching Assistants

Please Note: If you are interested in a position as a Teaching Assistant at NSSED, you must have Paraprofessional Approval from the Illinois State Board of Education.  To find out more on how to obtain your Paraprofessional Approval please select the following link which will take you to the Lake County Regional Office of Education's website and provides specific steps to take to obtain this approval:  http://www.lake.k12.il.us/roe_teachcert/paraprofessional.htm

Description: The teacher assistant's primary role is to assist in all aspects of the daily instructional program for special education students. The teacher assistant may be responsible for small group instruction under the direct or indirect supervision of the teacher or other person designated by NSSED to direct or supervise teacher assistants. The teacher assistant will participate in activities necessary to maintain classroom integration and to support a child's IEP in all curricula activities which include classroom, community, vocational, recreational/leisure, and domestic domains as directed.

Job Summary: •Assist the teacher in the preparation of materials. •Conduct individual and small group instruction under the direction of the teacher. •Assist in behavior management under the direction of the teacher. •Assist in toileting and feeding under the direction of the teacher. •Participate in team planning meetings, staffing, parent conferences as requested by the teacher. •Participate in in-service programs and professional meetings as requested by the teacher. •Participate in community and vocational instruction within or outside the school facility not to exceed 80% of their working time. •Perform such other duties and services under the supervising teacher's direction as may be related to the smooth functioning of NSSED according to the designated supervisor. •Assist in lifting students who weigh over 50 pounds. •Assist in physical restraint of students for safety of students and others. •Transport students by van or bus in North Shore Academy and ELS Transition Programs as directed (must hold Type B driver’s license). •Work collaboratively with teachers, parents, and support personnel to improve services for students. •Any significant change of job duties shall be subject to impact bargaining and shall be considered temporary until such bargaining is completed.

Qualifications:
High School Diploma with some college preferred.
State Paraprofessional Approval (30 or more college hours or pass Paraprofessional Test)


Qualified Applicants should Apply Online