High School SEN Teacher - Cross Categorical
- High School
- University Graduate, Licensed Teacher
- Associate/2-year Diploma
- 0 year of teaching experience
- Teaching Credential/LicenseOther Certification
- Candidates shall possess the proper certification from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) for Cross-Categorical Special Education 1801, or 1811, 1830 with proper grade level endorsement. Or, qualify for an emergency license.
- Candidates shall possess teaching experience with adolescent students, a desire to work with students of this age, and the ability to maintain a positive classroom environment.
- Candidates shall also possess experience in test interpretation, the ability to implement IEPs, plan for individual needs and develop IEPs accordingly.
- Possess a strong background in math, Reading, and Language Arts, and possess knowledge in academics, and strong background knowledge in behavioral interventions.
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- Instruct, monitor, and adjust teaching activities to assure student achievement, develop curriculum, plan and implement teaching strategies, and collaborate with colleagues in a team environment.
- Collect and report relevant academic and behavioral data to measure progress toward IEP goals to adjust programming to ensure student success.
- Communicate effectively with students, parents, and co-workers.
- The successful candidate will provide tolerance and extend understanding and nurturing to all students.
If you’re looking for a school district that truly cares about its students; one that offers strong educational programs and a variety of extra-curricular activities has an active and involved community, and integrates Menominee Indian language and culture into its daily activities, look no further than MISD.
Many good things are happening at MISD. A number of our schools have been honored in recent years by national and state organizations for outstanding focus and commitment to learning; solid academic test results; attendance programs; retention and graduation rates; and the list goes on and on.
Our students and teachers enjoy state-of-the-art technology, which vastly expands the ability to learn and grow. Our staff is highly educated and trained and is committed to teaching. Students have a wide range of advanced learning and college preparation opportunities. Music, band, clubs, and athletics are also offered. Of course, Menominee language and culture are woven into all that we do at our schools and activities.