|Job Goal: To provide students with learning disabilities a designated educational program in order to progress toward educational goals established with the students' needs in mind. |
1. Bachelor's and/or Master's degree in Special Education preferred.
2. Possess or be eligible for educator licensure and/or certification in Delaware as an Exceptional Children Special
Education Teacher of Students with Disabilities.
3. Proficiency in automated student information systems for progress and grade reporting and classwork
documentation and ability to integrate technology into instructional delivery.
4. Exceptional classroom management, organization, planning, instructional delivery, leadership, and technical
skills; and the ability to utilize differentiated instructional methods to engage students in positive learning
5. Outstanding ability to motivate and build relationships with students and parents to promote student achievement and strengthen
6. Commendable history of effective leadership, extra-curricular participation, an acceptable attendance record, and exemplary
1. Develop daily and unit lesson plans and a scope and sequence that are thoughtful, goal-oriented, and aligned
with curriculum and integrate technology; maintain a pace of
learning and provide opportunities for student differences, and check for student understanding and convey
appropriately high expectations for students.
2. Create and maintain a classroom environment to encourage all students to be engaged and work toward meeting
the standards; maintain accurate, thorough records of student achievement and behavioral performance; and
complete progress and grade reports promptly and as scheduled using automated systems.
3. Promote a high rate of student interest and provide prompt and specific feedback in a constructive manner and
opportunities for active participation; demonstrate fairness an consistency in dealing with students; and speak
and write clearly, correctly, and at an appropriate level for student understanding.
4. Comply with policies, regulations, and procedures of school district and building; communicate effectively with
parents and work collaboratively with staff.
5. Display high-level professional conduct and image at all times; establish and maintain an acceptable attendance
record; and participate in extra-curricular activities and/or leadership roles outside the classroom.
6. Continue to grow as a professional educator with classes/workshops for professional development in specific
areas of interest and/or need and coaching and feedback from administrators and peers.
7. Carefully plan for substitute teachers when unable to attend school and relate lessons to the state content
standards in the core content areas as well as in the specific content area.
8. Perform other duties and/or complete special projects as assigned.