Student Teacher / Intern
Location:EAC (Education and Administration Center)
Recruiting Start Date:02/09/2021
Estimated Start Date:08/09/2021
Under the direction of a cooperating teacher, designs and delivers lessons and assessments aligned to the Colorado Academic Standards, interprets data, and adjusts instruction to meet the needs of assigned students.
The following statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and other key duties that may be required. The description may not include all functions performed by the incumbents in various locations. The district reserves the right to modify or change the duties or the essential functions of this job at any time.
- Reports consistently for work as scheduled
- Performs other duties as assigned
- Attains proficient or higher evaluations on established Performance Standards
- Demonstrates mastery of and pedagogical expertise in the content taught; at elementary is an expert in literacy and mathematics and is knowledgeable in all other content; at secondary has knowledge of literacy and mathematics and is a content area expert
- Provides instruction aligned with the Colorado Academic Standards and the organized plan of instruction
- Develops and implements lessons that connect to a variety of content areas and disciplines; emphasizes literacy and mathematical practices
- Demonstrates knowledge of the content, central concepts, inquiry, appropriate evidence-based instructional practices, and specialized characteristics of the disciplines being taught
- Establishes a safe, inclusive and respectful learning environment for a diverse population of students
- Fosters a predictable learning environment characterized by acceptable student behavior and efficient use of time in which each student has a positive, nurturing relationship with caring adults and peers
- Demonstrate an awareness of, a commitment to, and a respect for multiple aspects of diversity, while working toward common goals as a community of learners
- Engages students as individuals, including those with diverse needs and interests, across a range of ability levels by adapting their teaching for the benefit of all students
- Works collaboratively with the families and/or significant adults for the benefit of students
- Plans and delivers effective instruction and creates an environment that facilitates learning for their students
- Demonstrates knowledge about the ways in which learning takes place, including the levels of intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of their students
- Uses formal and informal methods to assess student learning, provide feedback, and to use results to inform planning and instruction
- Integrates and utilizes appropriate available technology to engage students in authentic learning experiences
- Establishes and communicates high expectations and uses processes to support the development of critical-thinking and problem-solving skills
- Provides students with opportunities to work in teams and develop leadership
- Models and promotes effective communication
- Demonstrates professionalism through ethical conduct, reflection, and leadership
- Demonstrates high standards for professional conduct
- Links professional growth to professional goals
- Responds to a complex, dynamic environment
- Demonstrates leadership in the school, the community, and the teaching profession
- Assesses the progress of students on a regular basis and provides reports as required
- Complies with applicable state and federal laws, district administrative policies, procedures, and practices, and location requirements
- Ensures that students are supervised at all times
- Follows established policies and procedures regarding the health, safety, welfare, and education of students
- Implements by instruction and action the district's philosophy of education and instructional goals and objectives
- Instructs, assesses, and differentiates for all students' academic, social, emotional, and health needs
- Maintains accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law and district policy
- Makes provision for availability to students and parents for education-related purposes when required or requested
- Manages materials and supplies
- Models appropriate conduct at all times
- Performs duties as directed by supervisors and administrators
- Performs non-instructional duties as directed
- Plans a program of study that meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the students
- Plans and supervises purposeful assignments for educational support staff and volunteer(s) and, cooperatively with supervisor, evaluates their job performance
- Responds as directed and as necessary in safety and/or crisis situations
- Supervises volunteers and paraprofessionals where applicable
- Uses and integrates technology to support professional responsibilities, instruction, data interpretation, and student learning
- Uses effective conflict resolution
- Uses feedback and reflects about professional practice to improve teaching and learning
- Preferred GPA (4.0 scale) in endorsement/emphasis area is 2.75 or higher.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Ability to adapt to changing technologies and to learn functionality of new equipment and systems
- Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
- Ability to create, access, input, retrieve, and manipulate information in various software systems
- Ability to establish and maintain accurate record keeping, document management, and filing systems
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals from many diverse backgrounds and professions including supervisors, administrators, coworkers, staff, students, parents, and the general public
- Ability to follow oral and written instructions
- Ability to greet and interact with the public in a courteous and professional manner
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
- Ability to manage simultaneous demands and set clear priorities
- Ability to work days, hours, locations, and assignments as directed by the supervisor within the position responsibilities
- Ability to work independently without direct supervision
- Commitment to the education of students as a primary responsibility
- Communicates effectively with students and adults in a wide variety of settings
- Computer proficiency including office productivity applications
- Demonstrated ability to manage simultaneous demands and set clear priorities
- Demonstrated ability to work well with others in a team setting
- Demonstrates citizenship, compassion, courage, discernment, excellence, honesty, hope, integrity, patience, perseverance, reliability, respect, responsibility, and trustworthiness
- Demonstrates effective organizational and time management skills
- Energetic, creative, innovative, flexible
- Excellent cooperative, collaborative, and problem-solving skills
- Knowledge of Special Education, other educational programming, and associated legal requirements as related to the needs of the students assigned to the teacher
- Promotes a positive climate, culture, and community
- Strong organizational, interpersonal, written, listening, and verbal communication skills
- Student-centered and relationship-focused
- Understanding of data privacy laws and their implications for the educational community
- Willingness to participate in ongoing training as required
Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those a staff member typically encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. They are included for informational purposes and are not all-inclusive.
- The noise level in the work environment may alternate among quiet, moderate, and loud.
- The incumbent is frequently required to interact in person and through communication methods with the students, public, and/or other staff.
- The incumbent is required to work scheduled school/work hours and/or days.
- The incumbent may be required to work extended school/work hours and/or days as directed.
- The teacher operates primarily independently and frequently with others in a professional school environment indoors regularly and outdoors occasionally.
- The teacher routinely uses standard classroom and office equipment.
- The teacher is directly responsible to provide for the health, safety, and welfare and education of students, ensuring students are under supervision at all times.
Physical Demands: The following are some of the physical demands commonly associated with this position. They are included for informational purposes and are not all-inclusive. All physical demands, if listed, are considered essential functions
- Sits, stands, walks, stoops, kneels, and crouches/squats while performing duties
- Has oral and auditory capacity enabling interaction interpersonally and/or through communication devices
- Uses eyes, hands, and finger coordination enabling the use of equipment and writing utensils
- The job is very active and regularly requires periods of standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing while on duty. While performing the duties of this job, the teacher is regularly required to talk and hear.
- The position requires the ability to speak and to be understood, to use normal or aided vision and hearing, and to detect odors.
- The teacher frequently is required to use hands and fingers, handle or feel; and to reach with hands and arms.
- Typical demands require staff to lift and carry up to 20 pounds, and may be higher for some assignments depending on position and student need; climb stairs, ladders, and/or stools; reach, hold, grasp and turn objects; use fingers to operate computer keyboards; feel the shape, size and temperature of objects; and physically restrain students when necessary.
Cognitive Functions: The following are some of the cognitive functions commonly associated with this position. They are included for informational purposes and are not all-inclusive. The staff member may be required to analyze, communicate, compare, compile, compute, coordinate, copy, evaluate, instruct, negotiate, synthesize, reason, and use interpersonal skills.
Placement facilitated by ASD20 Human Resources:
Upon receipt of your complete application, an email will be sent to the principals at the schools identified on your request. The principal may wish to interview you before accepting your placement. If we are unable to place you at either of the school identify, we will contact you.
Final decisions regarding placement of student teachers/inters are made by the building administrator. Your cooperating teacher must have the endorsement you are seeking and have a minimum of three years teaching experience in Academy District 20
If you have heard from us within one month of submitting your application, please call Linda Ransom at 234-1252.
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
Hours per Day:7.5 hour(s) per day
Number of Days per Year:183 days M-F
FLSA Status:United States of America (Exempt)
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