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The Cloverleaf School is currently seeking qualified candidates for following positions:

Part-Time Lead Special Education Teacher

-Bachelor’s degree in special education or related field
-Current Georgia teaching certificate for grade levels and/or subjects taught
-At least one year of teaching students with ADHD, HFA, and other learning differences
-Experience facilitating social interactions in an instructional setting for learners with social challenges
-Training in Inquiry-Based Learning, Singapore Math, Orton-Gillingham or Kendore Kingdom Curriculum (formerly S.M.A.R.T.), Handwriting Without Tears preferred

Job Description:
This posting is for a salaried part-time lead elementary special education teacher from January 5, 2015 through June 8, 2015. Hours are 11:30am-3:30pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and 11:30am-5:30pm Wednesday to accommodate weekly teacher meetings. Subjects taught will be Social Skills, Buddy Time (student-directed, inquiry-based enrichment), and Science.

Instruction Planning
-Collaborate on, create, modify, and map standards-based curriculum with colleagues on a team
-Plan standards-based lessons in all subject areas assigned
-Use a variety of methods, strategies, and curriculum materials to create rich, hands-on learning experiences
-Participate in a team approach, including other teachers, parents, volunteers, and professionals in order to review progress and develop and implement appropriate plans
-Organize and maintain a classroom environment to allow for a variety of learning models and that is set up for student independence

Instruction and Assessment
-Incorporate movement and sensory activities into daily lessons
-Differentiate instruction based on individual needs by identifying and applying accommodations or modifications when needed
-Conduct on-going, differentiated assessments to guide instruction
-Maintain a thorough record-keeping system to accurately note and assess the progress of each child, as well as the class as a whole
-Help students prepare for conferences by guiding the choice of portfolio pieces, creating goals, as well as compiling standards-based assessment information for quarterly progress reports

Teacher and School Development
-Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings, professional development, in-service workshops, and school-wide events
-Actively participate in recruiting and fundraising for the school
-Write weekly parent notes
-Help maintain a tidy and clean environment
-Drive students on occasional field trips
-Participate in Professional Learning Community, including peer-review, team in-service, and positive, productive culture building


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