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In-school Resource Teacher assigned to Webster

San Diego Unified School District San Diego ,CA
  • Expired: June 24, 2020. Applications are no longer accepted.
The candidate should have extensive knowledge about English Learners. Experience and/or willingness to work with small group/intervention instruction,  work with groups for ELA, Math, Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking; Strong planning and organizational skills; Vast knowledge in Illuminate, RELY, CAASP, SBAAC, ELPAC, Power School; Explores and develops new methods and materials to meet project goals and objectives; and serves as the EL Coordinator.
  • Facilitates grade level PLCs to guide and support teachers with interpreting data, planning instruction and assessment, engaging in lesson studies, modeling and supporting best practices, and planning interventions.
  • Can successfully work with and support English Language Learners.
  • Meets regularly to communicate and collaborate with Principal and other staff members.
  • Assists in preparation, implementation, and evaluation of the curricular plan and cooperation with students, staff, and parents.
  • Assists in planning and implementation of the district certificated staff development program, and conducts in-service education in any of the following areas: general teaching strategies, general curriculum areas (math, language arts, music, science, physical education, health, art, business, consumer and family studies, industrial education, computer education, Second Language education) management team, leadership development, special-education, gifted, guidance, career education, new teachers, substitute teachers, externally funded projects, and children centers.
  • Assists in the recruitment, selection, coordination, in-service training, and supervision of paraprofessionals and volunteers.
  • Provides individual/group instruction or supervision to peoples within the project parameters and provides demonstrations for teachers.
  • Conducts group in service workshops, classes, and meetings
  • Assists in the development of message to evaluated effectiveness of staff development services and prepares reports and recommendations.
  • Arranges facilities, supplies, and equipment for presentations; makes arrangements for substitute teachers when authorized.
  • Prepares instructional materials, manuals, handbooks, and publicity releases for courses and presentations.
  • Actively supports the district curricular program and encourages the participation of students who qualify for the programs; participates in and instructs and integration programs as assigned.
  • Establishes, maintains, and supports standards of personal conduct and discipline in accordance with the current Uniform Discipline Plan approved by the board of education.
  • Assists in the design and maintenance of project management and budget systems.
  • Assist the leadership of the school with supervision.
  • Lead ASB and Safety Patrol.
  • Lead State testing, FAST testing, and all other technology.
  • Support Schools Website.
  • EL Coordinator, member of the SSC/SGT
Qualified applicants must have: (1) a valid California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential, AND (2) a minimum of three years recent teaching experience. Credentials must be registered with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing by the closing date. Applicants must have a valid California driver's license and be prepared to conduct, participate in, and travel to sites, professional development sessions, workshops, and meetings.
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San Diego Unified School District


San Diego, CA
92103 USA