Middle School Special Education/ ESE Teacher - Miami
We’re growing! We are looking for teachers for all grade levels (5-7) for existing and founding schools Here’s what you need to know: We’re looking for teachers for the 2020-21 school year! Our middle school is seeking awe-inspiring teachers to guide our students as they climb the mountain to college and beyond. Our teachers are dynamic leaders both in and outside of their classroom. They love students, working with families and the community they serve. Special Education/ ESE Teacher KIPP Miami is looking for a motivated Special Education/ ESE teacher who is SPED certified and has a track record of molding future leaders in our communities. You are passionate about education and understand the importance of building strong relationships in generating student achievement. You are dedicated to going above and beyond to ensure our students succeed. Here’s what you’ll be doing: Joining our schools as a teacher comes with a lot of growth opportunities, but with great power comes great responsibility. Your role as a Special Education Teacher will involve a number of responsibilities which will include but are not limited to:
Teach in an inclusive class, sharing all responsibilities with a general education teacher
Provides resource small group support as needed
Provides an alternative or parallel teaching to a group of students and provides 1:1 teaching, as needed
Employs multisensory teaching strategies and specialized instruction as needed based on student’s specific disabilities
Implements all modifications and accommodations for the classroom and in testing
Uses student IEPs, evaluations, and present levels of performance to ensure services are being delivered at a high level.
Collaborate with student support team to conduct annual IEP meetings
Use data to responsively teach to mastery of academic skills
Tracks student performance and progress and is responsible for continual improvement in student growth objectives
Administers and tracks weekly assessment data to both monitor progress towards grade level goals as well as IEP goals
Create action plans to improve performance when students are not on track to meet goals
Consistently and clearly communicates progress to all shared stakeholders
Participate in school, departmental and parent meetings
Participate in school events, activities and programs both during and outside of regular class instruction hours.
Compensation & Benefits KIPP Miami offers a full comprehensive benefits plan, including health care, competitive 403(B) plan, an optional subsidized wireless plan through Verizon, and a school laptop.
About KIPP Miami KIPP is a non-profit network of college-preparatory, public charter schools educating 100,000 elementary, middle, and high school students in 242 schools across the country. KIPP Miami is a new region and its first schools will set the pace for excellence and lay the foundation for school-based structures across the region. Over the long term, KIPP Miami plans to serve students from grades K-12 in multiple schools across the city.
KIPP Miami seeks to create and sustain a high achieving and inspiring community schools that battles inequity by empowering students to develop the skills, character strengths, and habits to thrive in college and beyond, shape their futures, and positively impact the world.
We’re passionate about kids, fun and improvement. To find out more about why great teachers join, visit our website here.