The Center for Alternative and Supported Education offers courses specifically designed for individuals with developmental, emotional, and/or physical disabilities. This position is part-time, with most classes taking place on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Bachelor’s Degree or a minimum of three (3) years of experience teaching or working in a Literacy Program.
Two (2) years of experience working with or providing services to individuals with disabilities in a disabilities service provider, special education, or inclusive educational setting or inclusive workplace. Experienced reading specialist is preferred.Salary commensurate with experience
Level 1 – $26.00/hr
Class Specific Essential Duties:
- Create literacy lesson plans in accordance with course objectives/ descriptions, where applicable
- Teach lessons using multi modal instructional methods (reaching visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners)
- Differentiate activities per skill(s) taught (individualized instruction) to meet students’ special needs, learning preferences, and disabilities.
- Maintain and correctly complete attendance rosters and program specific paperwork
- Evaluate all students in writing twice each semester by set deadlines
- Conduct pre and post assessments and/or unit and skill assessments and submit levels to Program Coordinator
- Maintain communication with Program Coordinator, Director and Assistant via email or voice regarding all pertinent issues in a timely manner
- Have all course materials copied and available at the start of the class period
- Refrain from having personal conversations in the program’s main office
- Make up all instructional days missed due to inclement weather or college closings
- Hold all classes on the scheduled dates and times unless otherwise authorized by the Single Step Director and/or the CCBC administrative offices