As a member of the high school staff, your primary responsibility is to help students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible men and women.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Teach District-approved curriculum through both direct and inquiry-based instruction.
- Demonstration of a strong knowledge of subject area being taught.
- Demonstrates ability to use data to drive instructional decisions.
- Able to use effective classroom management skills to develop positive working relationships with students and a productive learning environment
- Effectively apply and integrate technology to support meaningful teaching and successful student learning.
- Knowledge of and ability to regularly integrate the writing process and expository writing to enhance teaching and learning
- Articulate to students their learning objectives and the reasons for their importance.
- Understands diversity of student learning styles and the need for differentiated learning.
- Provide timely, accurate, constructive, and specific feedback to students regarding their learning.
- Evaluate pupils' academic and social growth, keeping appropriate records and prepare progress reports and report cards
- Participates as a part of Individualized Education Program Team (IEPT)/Section 504 meetings when necessary. Assists in the development and implementation of student IEP goals/Section 504 accommodations and instruction based on individual student needs.
- Bachelor’s Degree.
- Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with appropriate endorsement(s).