- Prepares for assigned classes and shows evidence of preparation upon request of his/her immediate supervisor;
- Develops and maintains a classroom environment conducive to learning and maintains discipline in the classroom;
- Prepares a teaching outline for the course of study, in accordance with state and local curricula guidelines;
- Instructs students in subject matter, using a variety of teaching strategies and materials;
- Assigns lessons and corrects papers;
- Prepares, administers, and corrects tests and records results;
- Evaluates student progress on a regular basis;
- Issues reports to inform parents of student progress;
- Keeps attendance and grade records as required by the board of education;
- Observes students to detect signs of ill health or emotional disturbance and reports, as appropriate;
- Supervises in the halls and during assemblies and programs, as assigned.
CAPACITY AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:
- Intelligence: The ability to understand instructions and underlying principles; the ability to reason and make judgments.
- Verbal: The ability to understand meanings of words and the ideas associated with them.
- Numerical: The ability to perform arithmetic operations quickly and accurately.
- Data Perception: The ability to understand and interpret information presented in the forms of graphs, charts, or tables.
- Spatial: The ability to comprehend forms in space and understand relationships of plane and solid objects.
- Manual Dexterity: The ability to move the hands easily and manipulate small objects with the fingers rapidly and accurately.
- Color Discrimination: The ability to perceive or to recognize similarities or differences in colors or shades or other values of the same color.
The Wilson County Board of Education does not discriminate because of age, race, color, gender, national origin, disability, religion, genetics, creed, or veteran status in the provision of services, in programs or activities, or in employment opportunities or benefits.