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LOTE - Spanish Teacher

Position:

LOTE - Spanish Teacher

Position Status:  Full Time
Program: Exceptional Learners Division (Instructional/Non-Instructional)
Category: Instructional
Location:
F. Donald Myers Education Center, Saratoga Springs
Southern Adirondack Education Center, Hudson Falls
Months per Year: School Calendar
Salary: As per SABEA Faculty Contract-Based on experience
Job Posting Date: May 27, 2022
Application Deadline: Until Filled
Position Start Date: September 1, 2022
 
 
Responsibilities: 
 

 

    • Plan appropriately for instruction; adapting methods and materials to meet students’ individual needs and English language proficiency.
    • Orient students in regard to subject content, goals and objectives and teach them in a consistent manner.

    • Control and supervise classes in a manner that will be conducive to learning.

    • Evaluate new potential ELLs according to CR Part 154 procedures.

    • Schedule students according to NYS ENL Units of Study, and present learning content in both Stand-Alone and Integrated ENL settings.

    • Evaluate and report on student progress at designated intervals according to established procedures.

    • Maintain student records and parent notifications in the prescribed manner.

    • Be familiar with and operate under school policies, procedures and regulations, specifically CR Part 154, and assist component districts in remaining compliant with regulations pertaining to ELLs.

    • Establish and maintain communication with parents / guardians as necessary.

    • Cooperate with professional and non-professional staff of component districts in collaborative activities.

    • And other such duties as may be assigned.

 

 
Work Hours:
 
Monday - Friday  8:00am-2:45pm
 
 
 
Qualifications:
 
 
  • NYS Teacher of Other Languages/Spanish certification

  • Experience with High School Education

  • Expert knowledge of students with disabilities, behavior management & differentiating instruction

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