K-6 Technology/Intervention Teacher

Friday, September 20, 2019
Rudyard Area Schools
Position Details: 

Rudyard Area Schools has a vacancy for your consideration. Please find the details below.

Technology Teacher/Intervention Specialist
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Category: Technology/Technology Specialist
Date Posted: 8/21/2019
Location: Rudyard Area Schools
Date of Availability: 08/27/2019
Date Closing: Until filled
Job ID: 1925

QUALIFICATION:       Highly Qualified Teacher
                                    Experience working with elementary age children and their families
                                    Experience with Teaching Computer Skills to students
                                    Demonstrated ability to maintain positive communications
                                    Always maintains confidentiality
REPORTS TO:           Elementary Principal
Position Summary:      Rudyard Area Schools currently seeks to hire a full time Michigan certified teacher for ½ Day technology and ½ Day Intervention. Must have a valid teaching certificate from an accredited university/college. Must be Highly Qualified under NCLB requirements for a self-contained elementary teaching assignment.  Individuals must be highly motivated, dynamic, energetic teacher committed to working as part of a highly dedicated team to ensure all students receive a top-quality education. Is “open minded” and willing to try different skillsets for the good of the students and the school team. Is data driven and able to meet the needs of all learners through differentiated instruction in the general education classroom. A strength in the area of building rapport with students and positive parent relationships is a must

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and valid Michigan teaching certificate
  • Knowledge of Michigan K-12 Computer Science Standards and Understands the State and Common Core State Standards and how to implement them in the classroom and/or individual or small group setting
  • Knowledge and experience in teaching computer literacy, networks and the internet, data and analysis, algorithms and programming, and the impacts of computing
  • Knowledge (experienced preferred) of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
  • Knowledge of computer-based assessments such as, but not limited to, MSTEP, NWEA MAP, and AR
  • Proficient use of appropriate technology tools and use of technology to access electronic databases, grade books, and email.
  • Plan and implement lessons based on Michigan K-12 Computer Science Standards for students in grades K-6
  • Support with administration of computerized assessments such as MSTEP and NWEA.
  • Use of formative assessment to drive instructional planning, including differentiated instruction
  • Maintain accurate records to monitor student progress, disaggregate data, and generate required reports
  • Support school staff in implementing the use of technology resources and understanding of Michigan Computer Science Standards
  • Prepares and implements curriculum and instruction for the specific grade level taught
  • Plans activities and assignments/projects that is relevant to the student’s individual needs
  • Has a positive attitude and can work well in a team environment
  • Proficient in classroom and student management techniques
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative manner with parents and professionals
  • Proven ability to implement innovative methods of teaching using offline and online resources will be an added advantage

EVALUATION:        Ongoing per state requirement
WAGE/FRINGE BENEFITS: Commensurate with RFT Master Agreement
STARTING DATE:                August 27, 2019         
APPLICATION MATERIALS SHOULD INCLUDE:        Letter of Interest and Resume
DEADLINE:                          Until filled      
CONTACT PERSON:                      
                                                Wendy Peterson
                                                11185 W. 2nd Street
                                                Rudyard, MI 49780
                                                (906) 478-3771
It is the policy of Rudyard Area Schools that no person shall on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, height, weight, age or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in employment or any of its programs or activities.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:  Deb Edington, Rudyard Area Schools, 11185 W. 2nd St., Rudyard, MI 49780 (906/478-3771).

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