Virtual Resource Special Education Teacher

Remote in Mount Pleasant, SC Schools - Special Education Teacher - Telehealth 09/12 Quick Apply

Multi Cat Special Education Teacher - Online Resource Classroom

We take promoting a healthier work-life balance seriously, and help our teachers maintain it by offering flexible schedules and work-from-home positions, so you have more time with your family and to exercise your passions. If you’re seeking a change in your career – we have openings across the country and are currently seeking an full-time multicat licensed Special Education Teacher in South Carolina for this school year, with the ability to extend or change contracts at the end of the year.

The ideal teacher for this role is a self-starter with a passion for teaching. Maybe the classroom has taken a toll on you this year, or maybe you're juggling teaching with your own life changes - regardless - you need a platform with the resources established to effectively support you. The school professionals and service providers who work with us are already some of the best in the country. So, how do we help you be the best you possibly can be? By giving you access to our VocoVision Clinical Support Team. These are licensed educators who have been in your shoes, that make sure each telepractitioner has the training and the tools they need to effectively help their students in a virtual setting. 

Beyond a South Carolina teaching license, we do require at least 2 years of teaching experience, ideally  some of it in a remote setting, as well as the ability to pass a background check and obtain liability insurance. If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected]

Job Details: 

  • Middle school caseload
    • Special Education
  • Direct and indirect services 
    • Instruction
    • Resource classroom
    • Full-time Hours
    • Case management
    • 100% work from home

Basic Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for planning and providing for appropriate learning experiences for students based on the district's curriculum as well as providing an atmosphere and environment conducive to the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of individuals.
  • Demonstrate command of school subject being taught.
  • Provide direct instruction and/or specially designed instruction to students in special programs consistent with the district's curriculum and Individual Education Programs (IEP).
  • Consult with classroom teachers and/or local school administrator to develop and maintain academic as well as behavioral management programs.
  • Participate as an active member of the regular faculty of the school, assuming school duties shared by classroom teachers.
  • Conduct in-service programs to the faculty regarding special education, specific program areas, management techniques, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), etc.
  • Communicate and work collaboratively with regular educators to support students with disabilities in regular classrooms.
  • Develop and prioritize long and short-term instructional objectives based on the district's curriculum.
  • Plan instruction as needed to promote student mastery of prerequisite skills and knowledge.
  • Analyze student work and assessments to determine instructional needs.
  • Prepare written lesson plans to support instructional objectives for all students.
  • Plan appropriate assessment of student learning.
  • Evaluate, select, and modify resources and activities.
  • Communicate specific learning objectives to students in a clear manner.
  • Link lesson content to students' prior knowledge, background experience, and/or real-world application of content.
  • Capture student attention through active involvement.
  • Organize and arrange the classroom to facilitate learning.
  • Ensure smooth transitions from one activity to another.
  • Define and communicate behavior expectations to students in a clear manner.
  • Monitor behavior and provide appropriate feedback to students.
  • Deal effectively with inappropriate behavior.
  • Focus on student behavior rather than personality.
  • Treat sensitive situations with discretion.
  • Encourage participation from all students.
  • Establish mutual respect between the teacher and students.
  • Convey warmth, friendliness, and enthusiasm.

If you are interested in moving forward with learning more about this opportunity, please get in contact with me either by phone or email. I would love to arrange a phone conference between you and the district special services director.
Rachael Nintzel
Director of Educational Resources
ProCare Therapy | VocoVision
(678) 748-5316
[email protected]

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