Instructs students using various teaching methods, such as lecture, demonstrations, group work, hands-on activities and uses audiovisual aids, technology and other resources to supplement instruction.
Prepares a yearly plan, course objectives and unit outlines for course of study following curriculum guidelines and / or requirements of the State of Florida, LHPS, and accrediting agencies.
Assigns and corrects homework.
Administers both formative and summative tests and assessments to evaluate student progress and adjust teaching plan.
Keeps accurate and up-to-date student records.
Issues reports to parents to inform about progress and assessment results.
Keeps attendance and grade records.
Maintains discipline and safety in classroom.
Meets and/or communicates with parents to discuss individual student progress and problems.
Participates in faculty and professional meetings, curriculum projects as needed, educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
Performs related duties, such as sponsoring one or more activities or student organizations, assisting students in selecting courses of study, and advising students in adjustment and academic problems.
Keeps teacher certification current; provides Human Resources a copy of Certificate or Statement of Eligibility and with proof of courses taken towards certification or re-certification.
Should be willing to do whatever necessary to assure comfort, safety and health of students entrusted to him / her.
Performs other duties as requested or assigned.
Bachelor’s degree with a college major in subject area, or be certified in the area of study for which he / she is responsible the major portion of the day. Master’s preferred
Minimum of five years’ experience is required and/or Teacher Certification in subject area.
Must have excellent communication and interpersonal
Must be able to work well with children and have a working knowledge of child development at the level in which they will be teaching.
May need to work occasional weekend hours when requested to do so by supervisor.
Teachers must be proficient in common technology systems and be competent in school technology systems such as email, mapping programs, grade book programs, instructional management systems such as Moodle, databases and library programs, and office productivity and presentation software, including word processing, spreadsheet, file management, PowerPoint and Excel.
Teachers will become proficient in standard LHPS classroom technology, including interactive board, document camera, sound enhancement, student response pads (response systems), laptops and mobile cart systems.
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