LOCATION: Fort Washington, PA, United States
Autistic Support Teacher – Fort Washington (RF: 2510)
We are currently seeking an autistic support teacher that’s certified in Special Education, in the Fort Washington, PA area. The teacher will develop and implement the IEP for each student and collaborate with members of the instructional team in the planning and implementation of behavioral and academic interventions and supports. Candidates must have their Special Education Teaching Certification and up-to-date clearances.
- Current and valid Instructional I or Instructional II certification in Special Education N-12 issued from The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- OR a current, valid Emergency Certification for Special Education with accreditation
- One years’ experience working with a special needs population in a school setting and an understanding of emotional and behavioral disorders, mental health issues, autism, developmental delays, Intellectual disabilities
- Must have a Bachelor’s degree (at minimum)
- Must have current, up-to-date clearances
- FBI Fingerprint, PA Criminal Background, Child Abuse Clearance, Act 24, Act 168
- Must have a recent TB test/Physical
- Must be fully vaccinated and have COVID Card
- Serves as a case manager for student IEPs; complies with all special education regulations and timelines and conducts IEP meetings.
- Plan, develop, and implement individualized and group instruction and therapeutic behavior management relative to the needs of the individuals or group.
- Manages the data collection process and procedure for students in the classroom and as part of the case manager; collaborates with school staff on data accuracy and problem-solving for improved student outcomes and progress monitoring.
- Complete appropriate written reports, plans, and records relative to the educational program (point sheets, behavior data plans, academic progress, and social goals progress) in a timely and professional manner.
- Plan and facilitate instruction with adaptations as designated in the student’s IEP.
- Supervise and set clear expectations for paraeducator staff in their supportive role in the classroom, with the goal of ensuring best practices for all students educationally and therapeutically.
- Effectively manage the classroom environment, including engaging students, and incorporating proactive behavior management strategies.
- Maintain an organized classroom that fosters structure and support conducive to learning.
- Fully engage in staff development training to continue to develop and maintain skills regarding the dynamic needs of students.
- Adhere to the core competencies of teacher expectations: planning and preparation, instructional delivery, content knowledge and pedagogy, and professionalism.
- Communicate regularly with parents or guardians.
- Performs related duties as assigned.
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