- Plan, prepare, and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experiences;
- Use individual and small/whole group activities to facilitate learning;
- Communicate with parents and school counselor on student progress;
- Implement and utilize formative assessment data to identify students’ strengths/weaknesses;
- Establish, communicate, and enforce rules/procedures for effective classroom management;
- Effectively use technology and resources in class;
- Demonstrate professional personal interactions with all students, parents, and staff;
- Work cooperatively with other school personnel in the identification, diagnosis, and planning of remediation/intervention strategies;
- Teach knowledge and skills in physical fitness, health education, and individual/team sports;
- Promote an understanding of the relationship between healthy body functions and exercise;
- Teach skills needed to promote healthy habits and a healthy lifestyle.
- Applicants must have a valid Illinois Professional Educator License to teach PE.
- Applicants with an elementary teaching certificate and willingness to obtain alternative certification are also encouraged to apply.