The League School is seeking a High School Earth Science Teacher.
The teachers’ responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Complies with regulatory requirements and school policy and procedures in all areas, and completes and submits within designated timeframes all necessary documentation for regulatory and funding agencies.
- Assess developmental functioning and learning skills of students based on IEP goals utilizing appropriate assessment tools
- Builds relationships with families of students through frequent communication about student’s progress and ways that families can support their children’s learning
- Write annual goals, behavioral objectives and intervention strategies corresponding with assessment in consultation with other disciplines
- Evaluate student progress on an on-going basis
- Prepare weekly lesson plans according to a planned sequence with IEP goals and plan/share with teacher assistants
- Incorporate school’s strategic goals into student curriculum
- Instruct and supervise teacher assistants and substitute teacher assistants in appropriate techniques to work effectively with children
- Collecting data and implementing interventions based on student needs.
- Perform additional duties as assigned to support the ongoing development of the student, classroom, and overall school environment
- Conducts or participates in all activities and meetings relevant to the position or required by supervisor
- Master’s degree preferred
- NYS teacher certification in Earth Science
- NYS teacher certification in Special Education
Skills and/or Experience Required:
Must be able to teach high school students with emotional and learning difficulties the NYS required curriculum for Earth Science, HS science elective courses, and prepare students for NYS Regents. Works collaboratively and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
The League Education and Treatment Center is a 501c3 non-profit agency dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with psychiatric and developmental disabilities. Each day, we serve over 500 at-risk and underserved children and adults from all parts of the greater New York City area. We offer generous benefits including: health insurance, life insurance, 403 (b), and sick time.