Long Term Substitute - Special Education Elementary Teacher

Glassboro Public Schools | Glassboro, NJ


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Posted Date 5/31/2022
Expiration Date8/29/2022

Special Education Elementary Teacher - Long Term Substitute

Glassboro Public Schools is currently seeking a Long Term Substitute Special Education Elementary School Teacher for the Dorothy L. Bullock School. This position begins as soon as possible.

The successful candidate will be forwarded to ESS/Source-4-Teachers for onboarding.

Successful candidates must:

  • Plan and implement a variety of rich instructional experiences to enhance student achievement.
  • Use instructional strategies that are appropriate for the objectives and for the students.
  • Track and analyze student data to identify student learning needs and set ambitious, attainable goals for student progress.
  • Implement formative assessment strategies to evaluate student progress as well as the effectiveness of instruction.
  • Possess experience providing academic instruction to diverse populations.
  • Support implementation of inclusive practices.
  • Possess working experience with curricular planning and implementation, and I&RS.
  • Establish a positive learning environment in which behavioral and academic expectations are communicated and reinforced.
  • Create a classroom environment that supports the social/emotional learning needs of our students.
  • Effectively communicate with students, parents, and colleagues.
  • Follow district and school policies, regulations, procedures, and rules.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Hold or be eligible to hold a State of NJ Certification: (1001) Elementary School Teacher in Grades K - 6 and (2475) Students with Disabilities Certification
  • Possess the capacity to design and implement instructional experiences that will help students explore the core tenants of literacy learning (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary acquisition & comprehension).
  • Possess the capacity to design and implement instructional experiences that will help students explore the core tenants of math learning as outlined in the Standards for Mathematical Practice.
  • Ability to design culturally responsive lessons and work with a diverse population, including students with IEP’s and ELL’s.
  • Successful completion of fingerprinting and criminal history review process.

Co-certification of Students with Disabilities (2475) is preferred.


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