San Diego,CA, usa
CalWest’s client school in the Greater San Diego area is seeking a Classroom Teacher to begin August 1, 2023.
Appropriate valid California Teaching Credential
Montessori certification begun within one year of hiring, completed within two years.
CLAD or EL certification
Plans, prepares, and delivers lesson plans and instructional materials that help students progress towards mastery of grade level standards, using the Montessori method and Project Based Learning. Develops schemes of work, lesson plans, and assessments that
Instructs and monitors students in the use of learning materials and equipment.
Uses relevant technology to support and differentiate instruction.
Realistically evaluates student progress, keeps appropriate records, prepares progress reports/report cards, and effectively communicates progress with students, supervisors, and parents.
Manages student classroom behavior by developing, communicating, and enforcing schoolwide and classroom behavior expectations and procedures.
Maintains student discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of the school.
Provides appropriate feedback on student work.
Encourages and monitors the progress of individual students and uses information/data to adjust teaching strategies.
Provides plans, guidance, and feedback to instructional aides assigned to classroom/students.
Updates all necessary records (including student attendance) accurately and completely as required by laws, District policies, and school regulations.
Participates in department, grade level, school, District, and parent meetings, including Individualized Education Plan (IEP), Student Success/Study Team (SST), and 504 plan meetings as appropriate.
Plans support in collaboration with special education teachers and other related service providers for implementation of services for IEPs and 504s.
Nurtures and guides students to be thoughtful community members.
Creates a classroom environment that welcomes all students.
Grades class work, homework, and assessments in a timely manner, providing adequate feedback.
Participates in appropriate professional development activities, including professional development and obligations related to the educational programs of the District.
Administers, proctors, secures, and submits State, District, and school standardized assessments following State, District, and school policies and regulations.
Adheres to all District health and safety policies.
Provides supervision or duties as assigned during instructional day and at any school event, such as before or after school duty, tutoring, Special Event Evenings, etc.
Communicates with families as partners of the school. Completes recruitment activities as assigned.
Works professionally and collaboratively with colleagues, administrators and other District staff.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Onsite attendance required.