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CHAMPAIGN-URBANA JOBS

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Substitute Teacher

Carle

Carle

Urbana, IL, USA
Posted on Wednesday, July 10, 2024


Job Description

JOB SUMMARY:
After participating in a training period, the substitute teacher will be responsible for using and adjusting lesson plans, facilitating communication and learning, collaborating with staff and parents and supporting the children across the school day with support from the CAOS supervisor and staff at CAOS.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor's Degree in Related Field or Associate's Degree in or 60 semester hours of coursework. or H.S. Diploma/GED in with a score of 460 or higher on the ETS Paraprofessional OR High School Diploma/GED and the following scores on the ACT Workkeys? Applied Mathematics/Applied Math (with a score of 4) Reading for information/Workplace Documents (with a score of 4)

CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS
Professional Educator License (PEL) Illinois upon hire or Educator License�with Stipulations (ELS) Illinos upon hire or Substitute Teacher License Illinois within 3 months or Paraprofessional Educator Endorsement Illinois upon hire and ANSI Accredited Food Handler Certification within 30 days.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
Knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices for children birth through age six (6). Ability to positively redirect behavior. Ability to learn systems and implement lesson plans created by deaf educators.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Implements lesson plans provided by deaf educator.
  • Modifies lessons or techniques according to the individual children's responses and needs with support from deaf educators, senior deaf educators, and the Academic Program Coordinator.
  • Implements classroom routines and behavior management plans as directed by deaf educator with support from deaf educators, Senior Deaf Educators and Academic Program Coordinator.
  • During longer coverages, plans daily activities that are dependent upon each child's present level of performance in speech, audition, language, cognition, and social skills with support from deaf educators, therapists, Academic Program Coordinator and CAOS Supervisor.
  • Implements daily activities that will elicit the use and repeated successful practice of selected speech and language targets with support from deaf educators, speech language pathologists, Academic Program Coordinator and CAOS Supervisor.
  • Seeks information needed to maintain and facilitate optimal functioning of sensory devices such as cochlear implants, hearing aids and FM systems.
  • Ensure that the learning spaces and materials are sanitized and tidy to ensure safety.
  • Document student progress on their newsletter on a bi-weekly basis.
  • Schedule and conduct monthly Parent Professional Collaboration meetings during longer coverages.
  • Provide repeated successful practice in all academic and pre-academic areas according to the lesson plans.



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