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Special Education Teacher – MCISD


Develop and implement individualized and whole group instruction programs.

Provide ongoing and periodic evaluations of student’s progress and make recommendations concerning curriculum areas to be emphasized and required accommodations.

Develop and maintain an appropriate relationship with parents and inform them of student’s progress.

Maintain a safe and orderly environment, which may include monitoring specific health concerns of students in the classroom and teach acceptable social behavior.

Plan curriculum, lessons, behavior plans and special education programs and teaching methods.

Align goals and objectives from individual students to meet the needs of all students.

Use data-based decision making to problem solve challenging situations.

Evaluate student progress based on observations, data, and assessments, determine goals, objectives and directions.

Prepare report cards, educational records, IEP procedures, data collection, behavior plans, classroom observation records and other forms.

Develop and maintain an appropriate relationship with parents and inform them of student’s progress.

Maintain an appropriate record keeping system.

Use technology to track student progress, prepare written reports, implement IEPs, and record progress.

Attend staff and district meetings and trainings as required.

Monitor student progress in the school environment including academic achievement and behaviors.

Provide supervision and direction to teacher aide.  Organize and plan activities for teacher aide.

Participate in extracurricular activities that are a part of the total educational experience for all children.

Conduct IEPs and MET meetings when appropriate.

Coordinate and collaborate with other staff for services.

Participate in school committees designed to improve/enhance the overall program.

Participate in physical management of students.

Transport students on occasion using district vehicle.

Must have valid driver’s license and reliable, daily transportation.

Maintain regular, predictable in-person  attendance.

Follow work rules.

Adhere to MCISD Guidelines and Policies.

Assume other duties as assigned by the program supervisor/regional director.


Experience Required:

Bachelor’s Degree minimum and valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with Special Education endorsement. Must demonstrate content knowledge by taking and passing the Elementary Education #83 or #103 MTTC or similar out-of-state multi-subject state exam.


Wage or Salary: as determined by experience and education per the MCIEA contract Approximate Work Hours or Days: 7.5 hours


How to Apply:


Posting End Date: 2021-08-19

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