July 2010 - Special Educator e-Journal

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Table of Contents

  • Update from the U.S. Department Education

  • Update from the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability (NCWD)

  • Calls to Participate

  • Update From The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities

  • Latest Job Opportunites Posted on NASET

  • Special Education Resources

  • Upcoming Conferences, Workshops, and Events

  • Funding Forecast and Award Opportunities

  • Acknowledgements

  • Download a PDF Version of This Issue


Latest Job Listings

Temporary Certified Special Education Teacher

Trumbull, CT

Description
At St. Vincent’s Health Services, the commitment to providing patients and employees with the highest standards of care is at the heart of all we do. As an employer, we value all of our staff and have a strong commitment to development, diversity, and work-life balance. With exciting new leadership and a culture that promotes quality, respect and continual learning, there’s never been a better time to join our growing family! St. Vincent’s Special Needs Services, Trumbull Campus, is currently seeking a TEMPORARY CERTIFIED SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER, TEMPORARY DAYS 8AM-3:30PM MON-FRI, Scheduled to end 12/30/10.

Requirements
Certified special education teacher will work with students with multiple disabilities and complex medical conditions; develop, submit and implement weekly schedule for the class that meets the guidelines outlined on the standard schedule as well as appropriate lesson plans for each activity; lesson plans should incorporate individual goals and include, at a minimum, instructions for individual positioning, cueing, equipment, etc; effectively displaying enthusiasm and high energy level when interacting with students; incorporate therapeutic and health recommendations appropriately into activities and routines; and supervise assigned assistants. Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s preferred.

Benefits
If you are looking for a change, a challenge, attractive compensation and immediate benefits, then consider joining St. Vincent’s today! We are an equal opportunity employer.

Contact
Please apply online at www.stvincents.org


Director of Special Education

Anywhere in the United States

Job Summary
Responsible for the development and creation of Edison’s Special Education programs and services and ensuring its effectiveness against federally mandated requirements for Special Education.

Main Responsibilities

  • Examine and review curriculum and instructional methodology for K-12  programs and services
  • Advise Executive Director of Student Support Services regarding all K-12  programs and services within the Edison system
    Monitor and ensure all federal compliance elements or correct in all schools and programs
  • Provide support to all regional Special Education leaders and Special Education Coordinators at school sites
  • Provide technical assistance to all schools in the areas of IDEA, NCLB, 504 and related services
  • Conduct reviews of special education programs at the local level to ensure compliance and appropriate IEPs.
  • Attend national, state and local conventions and conferences to maintain current information on Special Education
  • Review data from schools and programs to make recommendations for professional growth, planning and developing action plans for achievement gains
  • Create and deliver professional development for Edison school sites.
  • Create and disseminate manuals and handbooks to support all Special Education staff and departments.
  • Maintain a high level of knowledge regarding IDEA rules, procedures and policies for Special Education at federal, state and local levels.
  • Create and deliver RtI model to all staff
  • Provide support and guidance in the areas of transition and EBD services
    Key Relationships
  • Works closely with the Director of ELL. Principals, regional and local special education staff.  Collaborates with other EdisonLearning headquarter departments.

Key Behavioral Competencies

  • Frequent and regular contact with schools, staff and clients to foster and promote achievement in students.
  • Maintain support for the IEP process for learning gains in all students with special needs.
  • Establishes and implement best practices for Edison work processes and standards.
  • Knowledge of research-based K-12 reading, writing and mathematics curriculum.
  • Leads initiatives to take action to address failures and seeks to improve outcomes through analyzing current data.
    Builds and maintains a team approach with all stockholders.

Background

  • A Master’s Degree or higher in Special Education or related field.
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in Education.
  • Minimum of 2 years experience in educational administration.
  • Strong knowledge base of current IDEA, NCLB and 504 Legislation.
  • Excellent communication skills including writing.
  • Strong knowledge base in K-12 curriculum and methods of instruction, including interventions for Response to Intervention and Online Learning.
  • Must be open and available to travel frequently for school support visits.

Benefits
Competitive beneftis package and salary commensurate with experience.

Contact
jaina.dambra@edisonlearning.com


Special Education Teachers, Grades K-12

Las Vegas, Nevada

Description
Southern Nevada is much more than just the Las Vegas Strip.  Las Vegas and its surrounding communities make up a thriving metropolis of more than 1.9 million people.  The Clark County School District is the fifth-largest school district in the nation, with over 300,000 students in more than 340 schools.  There are approximately 38,000 employees in the Clark County School District, including over 18,000 teachers (licensed personnel).

Teachers create the foundation for our future leaders and the Clark County School District is actively recruiting nationwide for highly effective teachers to teach in critical labor shortage areas. In addition to teachers, the Clark County School District pursues exceptional candidates for the related services areas such as, occupational therapists/physical therapists, school nurses, school psychologists, school social workers, and speech/language pathologists.

Requirements
Must have completed a bachelors degree in education with completion of student teaching from an accredited college/university. Must be able to meet Nevada State Department of Educations requirements for licensure. The Nevada State Department of Education requires U.S. citizenship or permanent residency for licensure. They do not offer emergency credentials.

Benefits & Incentives
• Paid health insurance (employee only)
• Paid retirement
• No city, county, or state income tax
• Up to 12 years of teaching experience honored for salary placement


Contact
For Immediate consideration please submit an interest form to begin the online application process. https://hrd6.ccsd.net/HRD/forms/LicIntForm/prgLicIntForm.php?refID=237



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