The Teacher will provide guidance and instructional experiences that are culturally, academically and developmentally appropriate for each student assigned to that classroom.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Communicate accurately and effectively in the content area and maintain a professional rapport with students.
Obtain feedback from and communicate with students in a manner which enhances student learning and understanding. Utilize a variety of teaching methods and resources for each area taught.
Utilize a variety of teaching methods and resources for each area taught.
Encourage the development of student involvement, responsibility, and critical thinking skills.
Manage the classroom to ensure the best use of instructional time.
Create an atmosphere conducive to learning, self-discipline
Follow Board of Trustees policies and administrative rules and regulations.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
· Communicate accurate and up-to-date information to students in a way that enhances student learning. Manage time appropriately.
· Cooperate with administration, parent, and co-workers.
· Create a positive atmosphere and arrange the physical environment of the classroom for optimum learning.
· Prepare for instruction and show evidence of preparation.
· Demonstrate concern for student’s wellbeing and positive esteem.
· Take precautions to protect equipment, materials, and facilities.
· Maintain accurate and complete records as required by the school, and reports progress or lack thereof to parents in a timely manner.
· Leave adequate preparations for a substitute.
· Develop and implement appropriate classroom management strategies while maintaining high expectations for student behavior.
· Encourage cooperation between students.
· Maintain student involvement in appropriate tasks.
· Use and apply appropriate conflict resolution skills.
· Demonstrate public relations skills.
· Use appropriate techniques, strategies, and materials to achieve the desired instructional goal.
· Adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of individual students.
· Use current technology for instruction and management purposes, if appropriate/approved for tribal language.
· Use diagnostic data to improve instructional programs.
· Select, use, and interpret evaluation data.
· Is available to parents, students, administration, and peers outside the school day, if needed.
· Spend time beyond the school day grading, and recording papers, planning instruction, etc.
· Report suspected child abuse and neglect.
· Is responsible for students on field trips.
· Act as a good role model within the context of the school.
· May supervise educational assistants. Practicum students, student teachers, and high school vocational lab students.
· Develop and use community and professional resources.
· Understand and apply traditional learning theories.
· Accept other responsibilities as deemed necessary by the supervisor.