The Elementary P.E. teacher is responsible for the teaching physical activity and health knowledge and skills to students in grades PreK-5.The PE teacher promotes and supports campus wellness by collaborating with school team members and providing strategies and supports for increasing student movement and fitness.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assess student abilities as related to desired educational goals, objectives, and outcomes. Continually assess student achievement and maintain appropriate assessment and evaluation documentation for institutional and individual reporting purposes.
- Plan appropriate instructional/learning strategies and activities including determination of appropriate kind and level of materials and equipment.
- Implement an instructional program which provides appropriate learning experiences, considering different learning styles and a range of learning curves.
- Manage the behavior of learners in instructional setting to ensure environment is conducive to the learning process, and assists and participates in management of student behavior in other parts of the school, center, school grounds, or work site.
- Implement and monitor the extracurricular code of conduct.
- Coordinate instructional related and testing activities with other professional staff, both school and non-school-based, to maximize learning opportunities.
- Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 3 years of experience as a PE teacher or an PE Aide at the elementary level will be considered in lieu of specific content degree requirement.
- Valid Texas Physical Education Teaching Certificate.
- Current CPR Certification or will be required to obtain prior to first day of employment.
- Demonstrated knowledge of FBISD program of studies related to assignments and public school mission, goals, and organization.
- Demonstrated knowledge of content, curriculum, methods, materials, and equipment of instructional specialty(ies) to which assigned.
- Demonstrated knowledge ability to apply knowledge of current research and theory to instructional programs.