Hampton Academy is a private school for students with disabilities, ranging from Kindergarten through 12th grade. Hampton Academy provides educational and clinical support to students that suffer from anxiety, school avoidance/refusal, problems with social skills/building peer relationships, mood disorders and other socio-emotional concerns that interfere with their ability to fully function within a traditional academic setting.
- Modifies and provides instruction to classified pupils in accordance with each pupil's Individualized Education Plan.
- Develops lesson plans and instructional materials and provides individualized and small group instruction to meet the needs of each pupil.
- Works to achieve Student Learning Standards and educational goals and objectives by promoting active learning in the classroom using board-adopted curriculum and other appropriate learning activities.
- Sets specific objectives in lesson preparation and weekly lesson plans and carries through presentation to effectively achieve these objectives.
- Devises written and oral assignments and tests that require analytical and critical thinking as well as the reproduction of facts.
- Uses a variety of assessment tools to develop lessons objectives and teaching strategies; Integrates technology into classroom practice to support instruction.
- Works cooperatively with other Academy staff to coordinate instructional activities and to monitor the progress of each pupil and provides support instruction in the regular classroom or resource center as assigned.
- New Jersey Certification in Health and Physical Education.
- One to three years' experience working with special needs children at the middle/high school level (preferably Emotionally Disturbed or Multiple Disabled).