This position assists in providing direct instruction to students with emotional or learning challenges in accordance with the school, state, federal, accreditation standards and guidelines.
Assists in developing curriculum, planning, and co-teaching academic classes. Maintains appropriate behavior of the students. Keeps all paperwork current and corrects assignments on a timely basis. Maintains safe environment in school and classroom. Supervises for teachers when necessary.
Assists in the development of curriculum, plans, and teaches nonacademic classes (i.e. Life Skills, Crafts, P.E.) Facilitates critical school component providing students with tools for anger management, coping techniques, basic social skills, etc. Provides feedback about social skills pertinent to goal objectives on students Individual Education Plan to determine future placements.
Maintains the day school behavior management system. Assists with the daily operations to support student education. May also assist with communications through both scheduled and impromptu meetings with groups and individuals.
Acts as the liaison between the school and the public school district's transportation departments.
Provides student coverage in any part of the program as needed, maintaining a safe environment and appropriate student behavior.
Assists with recording and gathering data for program requirements.
Must have or be able to obtain CPR and First Aid Certification.
Associates degree in appropriate field.
Knowledge typically achieved with 1 - 2 years of experience working with youth in a similar setting. In some states must be 21 years of age in accordance with state administrative codes. Must have excellent academic and communication skills.
Bachelor's degree. Previous experience in a school setting working with special education.
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.
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