plans, conducts classroom instruction and evaluates and assess student
performance. The incumbent meets with parents, interprets student
progress, and informs parents/guardians about student strengths,
weaknesses, and progress.
Plans instruction and other student support activities, including the
establishment of overall goals and priorities, lesson plans, classroom
activities (i.e., laboratory experiments, media presentations, etc.) and
daily lesson plans, as applicable to the teacher’s particular
assignment. Such plans should be consistent with the School
District/department goals and objectives; should consider the needs and
abilities of the students; and should incorporate basic components of
lesson design, as appropriate. Reviews, selects, and modifies materials
and resources consistent with instructional objectives and students’
participation so that lesson plans and instructional materials developed
are consistent with School District/department goals and objectives.
Provides instruction to students in a manner which incorporates
essential elements of instruction, i.e., teaching specific objectives,
teaching at appropriate levels of difficulty, including methods of
extending students’ thinking, uses techniques to monitor student
progress and adjusts instruction accordingly, and correctly employs
various principles of learning so that classroom instruction effectively
meets the needs of students consistent with School District objectives.
3. Establishes behavior expectations and maintains student
control in the classroom, on school premises, and/or in school
activities by communicating expectations for appropriate behavior.
Provides structure and consistency and encourages student
responsibility, cooperation, and mutual respect in a manner consistent
with School District policies and procedures and legal requirements so
that the learning environment is successful.
4. Participates in
parent/teacher conference. Maintains grade book to demonstrate student
strengths, weaknesses, and/or problems that the student may be
experiencing in the classroom so that parents are informed of student’s
strengths, weaknesses, problems, and progress.
with other professional staff regarding the needs of students by
communicating accurately, preserving confidentiality of information, and
sharing best teaching practices and new teaching techniques or
procedures available so that effective professional work relationships
properly meet the needs of students.
6. Develops student tests
and evaluates results. Determines student grades for instructional units
and reports grades to parents at School District assigned time.
Develops and maintains adequate knowledge of the subject(s) taught or
support service rendered and demonstrates an understanding of how the
subject(s) or support services fit into the overall School District and
department philosophy, objectives, and curriculum in order to maintain
professional competency in assigned subject matters.
professional development activities to broaden and deepen knowledge of
content and teaching skills and continually identifies professional
needs and develops strategies to meet these needs so that there is
optimum professional growth and development of teaching skills.
9. Records and maintains proper records in order to provide accurate information.
10. Other job related duties as assigned.
1. BA/BS degree.
2. Appropriate licensure for area of teaching.
3. Demonstrated teaching skills.
4. Good human relation skills.
5. Good communication skills.