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Feb 18, 2020
PART TIME POSITION SUMMARY: Teach in a personalized instructional environment, work with students and/or parents to determine and evaluate the student’s academic plan, manage and provide services according to the student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP). MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor Degree Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with an endorsement in Special Education English Language and Autism AuthorizationsPrior experience working with exceptional learners strongly recommended Eligibility to obtain a teaching permit or teaching internship Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, in addition to a variety of educational software programs General Office skills RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: Note, this list is illustrative only and is not intended to be a comprehensive list of tasks performed by this classification. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Plan, organize and implement daily lessons in accordance with the approved curriculum Conduct pre and post-testing using standardized tests for each student As a part of a team, write and implement goals as outlined in each student's IEP Responsible to manage a student’s behavior Demonstrate competency in all subject areas Participate in the identification of students with possible disabilities post intervention phase Provide direct student instruction Provide academic assessments Schedule and chair IEP meetings including 30 day review IEP meetings for all students Meet special education timeline requirements as specified by education code Collaborate with general education teachers Work with Special Education Program Specialists and school support staff to support student instruction Participate in authorized school district trainings, school events, and meetings Maintain documentation of communications with students, families, and other services providers. Maintain documentation of daily activities. Complete reports and forms as required Travel to other school sites to render Special Education teaching services Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.  Knowledge of Special Education Program guidelines Excellent reading and writing Skills Organizational skills Ability to meet required Program deadlines Ability to work with a diverse student population Ability to work in a team environment PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Mental Demands: Ability to work with diverse student populations. Ability to prioritize workload to meet deadlines. Finger Dexterity; using primarily just the fingers to make small movements such as typing, picking up small objects, or pinching fingers together. Talking; especially where one must convey detailed or important instructions or ideas accurately, loudly, or quickly. Average Hearing; able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information. Average Visual Abilities; ordinary acuity necessary to prepare or inspect documents or operate machinery. Physical Strength; sedentary work.  Sitting most of the time.  Exerts up to 10 lbs. of force occasionally (almost all office jobs). Occasionally working in a noisy, distracting environment with some deadline pressures.  
FLEX High School Michigan 1245 South Center Road, Burton, MI, USA Part time
Feb 18, 2020
PART TIME POSITION   SUMMARY: The Teacher will plan, organize and implement an appropriate personalized instructional program in a learning environment that guides, supports, and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential, completion of diploma requirements and post-secondary transition plan.  The teacher will collaborate with other instructional staff and school personnel.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with appropriate endorsement(s) for all subject area(s) being taught Bachelor’s degree with major or minor in designated subject Except as otherwise provided by law, the Academy shall use certificated teachers according to state board rule RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:   Note, this list is   illustrative only   and is not intended to be a comprehensive list of tasks performed by this classification. Develop, review and regularly update personalized academic plans based on students’ transcripts, assessment data, career pathway planning (CTE), post-secondary goals, and progress towards those goals Create and maintain an effective learning environment by modeling positive and respectful behavior, upholding and supporting high academic expectations, and maintaining positive and professional relationships with colleagues, students and parents Assign appropriate courses of study Establish and communicate learning objectives and content standards to be assessed Plan, prepare for and deliver instructional activities to facilitate learning experiences Identify and implement instructional strategies and resources to meet students’ varying needs Engage students in academic conversations that elicit critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication Connect instruction to real-world experiences and students’ post-secondary goals Regularly check for understanding and provide clarifying and/or enrichment information Carefully observe, review and evaluate student homework and test results to assess and monitor progress Provide students with meaningful feedback to enhance learning and improve achievement Instruct and monitor student progress in the use of online learning materials and technology Provide appropriate accommodations, modifications and interventions for English Learners, students with 504 Plans, and Special Education students Model and guide students to develop strategies that foster independent learning skills such as, goal-setting, time management, and accessing/utilizing resources Administer state standardized and school diagnostic assessments according to guidelines Regularly communicate necessary information to students, colleagues, and parents regarding student progress and student needs Refer students to support structures and social services as appropriate Prepare for and participate in school events: parent teacher conferences, open house, Maintain student folders and records in accordance with school policies and state guidelines Collaborate with colleagues to improve teaching practices through professional learning communities, student study teams, department meetings, and student retention meetings Participate in professional development opportunities as directed by leadership KNOWLEDGE,   SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of State Professional Teaching Standards Knowledge of educational trends, research, and technology to support learning Knowledge of research-based instructional strategies necessary for effective instruction of all student populations, including students at-risk of academic failure Ability to differentiate instruction to meet diverse student learning needs Ability to work effectively with students, parents, staff members, and community representatives in providing a rigorous educational program Ability to work effectively with all racial, ethnic, linguistic, disability, and socioeconomic groups Ability to communicate effectively including giving clear and concise instructions, using academic language, and appropriate level of delivery, and listening without bias and providing appropriate feedback/reinforcement Ability to compose and comprehend written communication Ability to make independent judgements Ability to meet deadlines and maintain accurate records Commitment to the education of all students Planning and organizational skills PHYSICAL   ABILITIES: Ability to meet California Teaching Standards of physical and mental health Visual ability to read handwritten or typed documents, and the display screen of various office equipment and Able to conduct verbal Able to hear normal range verbal Able to sit, stand, stoop, kneel, bend and Sedentary work. Able to lift, carry, push, pull objects weighing up to 15 pounds frequently, and 25 pounds Able to demonstrate manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer and other classroom equipment in a safe and efficient  
FLEX High School Michigan 1245 South Center Road, Burton, MI, USA Part time
Feb 18, 2020
PART TIME POSITION SUMMARY: The Teacher will plan, organize and implement an appropriate personalized instructional program in a learning environment that guides, supports, and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential, completion of diploma requirements and post-secondary transition plan.  The teacher will collaborate with other instructional staff and school personnel.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with appropriate endorsement(s) for all subject area(s) being taught Bachelor’s degree with major or minor in designated subject Except as otherwise provided by law, the Academy shall use certificated teachers according to state board rule RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: Note, this list is illustrative only and is not intended to be a comprehensive list of tasks performed by this classification. Develop, review and regularly update personalized academic plans based on students’ transcripts, assessment data, career pathway planning (CTE), post-secondary goals, and progress towards those goals Create and maintain an effective learning environment by modeling positive and respectful behavior, upholding and supporting high academic expectations, and maintaining positive and professional relationships with colleagues, students and parents Assign appropriate courses of study Establish and communicate learning objectives and content standards to be assessed Plan, prepare for and deliver instructional activities to facilitate learning experiences Identify and implement instructional strategies and resources to meet students’ varying needs Engage students in academic conversations that elicit critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication Connect instruction to real-world experiences and students’ post-secondary goals Regularly check for understanding and provide clarifying and/or enrichment information Carefully observe, review and evaluate student homework and test results to assess and monitor progress Provide students with meaningful feedback to enhance learning and improve achievement Instruct and monitor student progress in the use of online learning materials and technology Provide appropriate accommodations, modifications and interventions for English Learners, students with 504 Plans, and Special Education students Model and guide students to develop strategies that foster independent learning skills such as, goal-setting, time management, and accessing/utilizing resources Administer state standardized and school diagnostic assessments according to guidelines Regularly communicate necessary information to students, colleagues, and parents regarding student progress and student needs Refer students to support structures and social services as appropriate Prepare for and participate in school events: parent teacher conferences, open house, Maintain student folders and records in accordance with school policies and state guidelines Collaborate with colleagues to improve teaching practices through professional learning communities, student study teams, department meetings, and student retention meetings Participate in professional development opportunities as directed by leadership KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of State Professional Teaching Standards Knowledge of educational trends, research, and technology to support learning Knowledge of research-based instructional strategies necessary for effective instruction of all student populations, including students at-risk of academic failure Ability to differentiate instruction to meet diverse student learning needs Ability to work effectively with students, parents, staff members, and community representatives in providing a rigorous educational program Ability to work effectively with all racial, ethnic, linguistic, disability, and socioeconomic groups Ability to communicate effectively including giving clear and concise instructions, using academic language, and appropriate level of delivery, and listening without bias and providing appropriate feedback/reinforcement Ability to compose and comprehend written communication Ability to make independent judgements Ability to meet deadlines and maintain accurate records Commitment to the education of all students Planning and organizational skills PHYSICAL ABILITIES: Ability to meet California Teaching Standards of physical and mental health Visual ability to read handwritten or typed documents, and the display screen of various office equipment and Able to conduct verbal Able to hear normal range verbal Able to sit, stand, stoop, kneel, bend and Sedentary work. Able to lift, carry, push, pull objects weighing up to 15 pounds frequently, and 25 pounds Able to demonstrate manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer and other classroom equipment in a safe and efficient  
FLEX High School Michigan 1245 South Center Road, Burton, MI, USA Part time
Feb 12, 2020
Text JOBS to (616) 631-6186 to chat now!   Macomb Montessori Academy is a diverse educational community built on the Montessori philosophy that fosters curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking in its students. ABOUT US: Macomb Montessori Academy is a diverse educational community built on the Montessori philosophy that fosters curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking in its students. The Academy will foster an environment that meets students' individual needs to pursue academic excellence, become life-long learners, and responsible global citizens. Hear from Administration, Staff, Parents and Students about being a part of the MMA family:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgBFyaBCkFo SCHOOL'S VISION: Macomb Montessori Academy will be a recognized model of Montessori learning and a thriving, diverse community that respects students, inspires teachers, supports families and enhances the community. Enriched through this model, our children will be academically, socially, and emotionally ready to take their place in our world. EXCELLENCE IS CHOICE.  Our real masterpiece is the unleashing of human potential.  While our main focus is on creating the conditions of success for children to achieve their dreams, we also focus on developing one another through meaningful relationships, challenging work, constructive feedback, sound professional training, and a true commitment to nurturing the career path of each team member. OPEN POSITIONS: 5/6 Grade Teacher *Competitive salary, benefits and 401k* *Montessori training provided*     Macomb Montessori Academy 14057 East 9 Mile Warren, MI 48089 Phone: 586-359-2138 Website:  http://macombmontessoriacademy.com/   QUALIFICATIONS :               Valid Michigan elementary teaching certificate.   Able to differentiate instruction for each individual student based on their academic growth plan. Excellent verbal and written expression using proper grammar and vocabulary. Strong interpersonal skills. Works well and has a passion for urban education.    BENEFITS : Medical, dental, and vision insurance for employee, and buy-up options for family. 401K Program offered. SCECH's available for professional development. Opportunities for additional responsibilities and advancement available.     JOB GOAL To provide students with a first class learning experience, contributing to their development as responsible citizens and leaders in their communities. TO JOIN OUR DYNAMIC TEAM To apply, please visit: https://choice.workbrightats.com/jobs/ Please contact Sara Hogle, Human Resources Generalist directly with questions at sarahogle@choiceschools.com  Choice is an Education Service Provider for charter schools in Michigan and is the employer.  Please visit  www.choiceschools.com for more information. EEOC
Choice Schools Associates 14057 East 9 Mile Road, Warren, MI, USA Full time
Feb 11, 2020
Position Summary  Working from the office in Troy and from your home office (flex), the Special Education Teacher will virtually manage instructional programs for students with special needs. Through use of the telephone, Internet and various curriculum tools they will consult regularly with learning coaches and students to ensure that each child successfully completes his/her instructional program. The Special Education Teacher will participate in all steps of the IEP process. They will work closely with other teachers and district professionals to ensure that the school’s special education program is successful and operating in compliance with federal and state regulations. The Special Education Teacher will utilize technology to deliver virtual instruction. Requirements Degree in Special Education or related Education Field Valid Special Education credential in Michigan Experience in policy (IDEA) and/or administration with Special Education Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft Office products and Google Suite) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment Team player track record Willingness to travel on occasion for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Responsibilities The Special Education Teacher will be responsible for the successful completion of the following tasks: Manage and provide instructional guidance, virtual teaching and general strategies for a caseload of students; Develop, write and help implement IEPs and 504 plans; Evaluate tests and assessments, complete report cards and conduct parent conferences; Communicate regularly with parents/learning coaches of students with special needs to ensure that their IEP goals are being met, and that their needs are addressed in a timely and appropriate fashion; Consult with teachers and coordinate the implementation of specially designed instruction as defined in the IEP regarding students with specific needs and potential learning issues; Provide direct services to students including services delivered through web-conferencing software, as needed; Schedule, organize and conduct IEP related meetings in a virtual environment, as needed; Participate in the school’s Student Support Team; help teachers and learning coaches develop and implement program modifications and strategies for all students; Assist, as needed, with the organization and proper implementation of all paperwork, documentation and procedures for the IEP process; Assist with locating service providers for students needing related services as mandated by their IEPs; Assist with negotiating and executing contracts with service providers for students requiring such services; Maintain accurate and up-to-date data in the school’s Learning Management System and special education software; Assist with administering state testing and coordinate the special adaptations that are required based on the IEP;  Other duties as assigned.  School Summary Lighthouse Connections Academy (LCA) is a tuition-free virtual public charter school serving students in grades K-12 throughout Michigan. LCA is authorized by Oxford Community Schools and governed by an independent Board of Directors. The school contracts with Connections Education LLC to provide its educational program and other services. Connections Academy, a division of Connections Education, is accredited by AdvancED.
Connections Academy Full time
Feb 11, 2020
Text JOBS to (616) 631-6186 to chat now!   New Branches Charter Academy strives to provide a positive learning environment, along with a rigorous academic and cultural program where our children learn to become healthy, responsible citizens, life-long learners, and world leaders.   OUR VISION New Branches Charter Academy, in partnership with educators, students, families and community stakeholders, closes the achievement gap and transforms the human culture by developing problem solvers and life-long learners who are fully prepared for high school, college, global economy careers, and world change. New Branches Charter Academy encourages and fosters: Community We strive to create a safe environment that fosters inclusiveness and belonging by students, parents, staff, and community stakeholders. Perseverance We always strive to push ourselves and our students to their fullest potential. Responsibility Students, parents and staff are respectful to each other. Students learn to understand their responsibilities and take initiative to act upon them in their local, national and world communities. Diversity We embrace and value working with families with rich cultural and diverse backgrounds. We recognize that immersion in a variety of cultures will prime our students to work and live in a global economy. We celebrate and honor all the perspectives and aspects of every culture and background that creates the fabric of our school culture. Teamwork We provide a respectful process for open communication, collaboration and the opportunity for everyone to realize their value in our school community. Communication We will practice healthy, open and candid dialogue between all members of our school community. Healthy dialogue is that which encourages necessary conversations and respects all parties. Stewardship We ensure that our teaching and operational principles and practices are morally sound, ethical, transparent, respectful, and honest. EXCELLENCE IS CHOICE. Our real masterpiece is the unleashing of human potential.  While our main focus is on creating the conditions of success for children to achieve their dreams, we also focus on developing one another through meaningful relationships, challenging work, constructive feedback, sound professional training, and a true commitment to nurturing the career path of each team member.   OPEN POSITION: Kindergarten Teacher     New Branches Charter School Academy 3662 Poinsettia Ave SE Grand Rapids, MI 49508 Website: www.newbranches.org Phone: (616) 243-6221   QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE  Valid Michigan Teacher Certificate (K-5 All, K-8 Self CC)           Demonstrated competence as a teacher.  Computer literate.  Excellent verbal and written expression.  Strong interpersonal skills.  Works well in a collaborative environment. Bilingual in Spanish preferred.    BENEFITS INCLUDE Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance. Short-Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and 401(K)!  Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave Paid time off Education Tuition Reimbursement available.   JOB GOAL To provide students with a first class learning experience, contributing to their development as responsible citizens and leaders in their communities. TO JOIN OUR DYNAMIC TEAM To apply, please visit: https://choice.workbrightats.com/jobs/ Please contact Erin Jeffrey, Human Resources Generalist directly with questions at erinjeffrey@choiceschools.com  Choice is an Education Service Provider for charter schools in Michigan and is the employer.  Please visit  www.choiceschools.com for more information. EEOC
Choice Schools Associates 3662 Poinsettia Avenue Southeast, Grand Rapids, MI, USA Full time
Feb 05, 2020
Summary/Objective School social workers assist students with academic learning by providing strategic services that identify and address the social-emotional-environmental issues that interfere with the educational process. Working with parents/guardians, teachers, school principal/principal’s designee, and community based resources, the school social worker implements strategies that promote students’ positive school adjustment.   Essential Functions Counsel individual students and student groups, regarding issues including mental health, poverty, substance abuse, physical abuse, rehabilitation, social adjustment and child care. Interview students individually or with families, assessing their situations, capabilities, and problems to determine what services are required to meet their needs. Serve as a liaison between school and students, homes, family services, child guidance clinics, courts, protective services, doctors, and other contacts, to help children who face problems such as disabilities, abuse or poverty. Consult with parents, teachers, and other school personnel to determine causes of problems such as truancy and misbehavior, and to implement solutions. Participate as members of the IEP, IAT, PBIS and other school based teams to develop interventions for promoting students’ academic success. Counsel students whose behavior, school progress, or mental/physical impairment indicate a need for assistance, diagnosing students’ academic success. Address legal issues, such as child abuse and discipline. Demonstrate a relentless drive to improve the minds and lives of students in and out of school. Provide consistent rewards and/or consequences for student behavior to ensure that students observe the school’s core values, high expectations, and code of conduct. Implement activities to help students meet academic and social expectations. Provide crisis intervention and behavior management to build students’ ability to meet the school’s high expectations. Knowledge of principles, methods, and procedures for diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of physical and mental issues. Understanding of group behavior and dynamics, societal trends and influences, ethnicity and cultures. Other duties as assigned.   Supervisory Responsibilities There are no supervisory responsibilities with this position. Competencies Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong organizational skills Ability to serve as a liaison Multitasking skills Time management Work Environment The work environment is a school office setting and requires sitting, standing, walking bending and kneeling along with using office equipment such as copiers, faxes, phones and filing cabinets. Summit Management Consulting, LLC provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Summit Management Consulting, LLC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Summit Management Consulting, LLC expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Summit Management Consulting, LLC’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.   Required Education and Experience Master’s degree in School Social work and LMSW preferred.  Must possess or be eligible to possess a valid State of Michigan Certification as a School Social Worker.  Experience as a school social worker preferred.  Familiar with the basic concepts of positive youth development and experience working in diverse communities.
Landmark Academy Landmark Academy, Lapeer Road, Kimball, MI, USA
Feb 05, 2020
Position Summary: Working from the Lighthouse Connections Academy office located in Troy, Michigan, the Manager of Special Education will oversee all aspects of educational service delivery for students with special education needs. The Manager of Special Education will ensure that the school operates in compliance with all district, state, and federal regulations. The Manager of Special Education will collect, store, and update data and documentation in a manner that meets or exceeds all compliance expectations. The Manager will assure that special education teachers are providing a comprehensive special education program that includes specially designed instruction in the least restrictive environment and that all students’ records are accurate and up-to-date. The Manager will manage the IEP process, communication with parents of students who have or who may be suspected of having disabilities, engagement with related service providers throughout the state, and compliant operations with special education law and procedures at all times. The Manager of Special Education will work in collaboration with the School Leader, school leadership team and Pearson Online and Blended Learning. Leadership tasks will include collaboration with state board of education representatives, authorizing district representatives, and colleagues at the corporate office and other Connections Academy schools. The Manager of Special Education will also collaborate with school staff to ensure that state testing accommodations for students with IEPs and 504s are provided in an accurate and well planned manner. The Manager will provide excellent customer service to the district, school leaders, teachers, students, and families. The ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to build strong relationships with these stakeholders and operate at a high level of integrity and accountability. Requirements: Master's Degree in Special Education or a related field Degree in Special Education required Administrative certificate preferred (in-process candidates will be considered) Michigan Special Education teacher certificate required Willing to travel occasionally for testing, marketing, and training Minimum 5 years teaching experience in Special Education required Experience leading/supporting a Special Education program or parts of a Special Education program Minimum of 5 years administrative or team leadership experience preferred Work onsite at Connections Academy office in Troy, Michigan Demonstrated expertise in special education law and compliance Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Strong customer-focused approach Demonstrated ability to work well in a fast-paced environment Technologically proficient (especially with Microsoft Office products and Google products); strength with Microsoft Excel required Company Summary: Pearson’s Online & Blended Learning K-12 group provides high-quality, highly accountable online education solutions to schools, school districts and students in grades K-12. It serves families and schools with a variety of digital learning and online school solutions including Connections Academy, International Connections Academy, and Pearson Connexus. In 2017, it will deliver online learning to over 400,000 students in the U.S. and 48 countries. The group is based in Columbia, Maryland and has been named a “Top Workplace” by the Baltimore Sun for three consecutive years and a “Best Place to Work” by Baltimore magazine. Recognized for its outstanding curriculum, high-quality teachers and leadership, Pearson Online & Blended Learning is committed to expanding quality education through technology, and helping students achieve both academic and personal success. Lighthouse Connections Academy (LCA) is a tuition-free virtual public charter school serving students in grades K-12 throughout Michigan. LCA is authorized by Oxford Community Schools and governed by an independent Board of Directors. The school contracts with Connections Education LLC to provide its educational program and other services. Connections Academy, a division of Connections Education, is accredited by AdvancED.
Connections Academy Full time
Feb 05, 2020
Position Summary and Responsibilities Working from the office in Troy, MI, the Part-Time Math Interventionist will provide assistance to K-12 students who are at risk of failing courses. Additionally, students who have failed courses will receive information from the Interventionist about credit recovery opportunities. Important functions of the job include analyzing data, working with individual students or small groups, and training and supporting teachers through the intervention process. This will be a part-time teaching position through June 2020. The school will re-evaluate for any extended needs at that time. The Interventionist will be responsible for the successful completion of the following tasks: Identify at-risk students based on student grades and test scores that are below proficiency level, and could include: State Standardized Tests Attendance records, discipline records, communication logs, RTI meeting minutes, grade retention records, and transcripts; Current grade book District Assessments Develop and train teachers on individual intervention strategies to increase the likelihood that these students will stay in school, advance to the next grade, meet standards or exhibit growth on future state assessments, and graduate on time; Create and conduct Professional Development opportunities for staff; Assign and monitor appropriate Supplemental Instructional Support Programs (SISPs) to students; Implement a Response to Intervention (RtI) program; Work with students to develop an individual achievement plan to include the best program to meet academic and post-secondary goals; Provide training to parents of students identified as being at risk of not passing grades or graduating; Participate in the organization and administration of the State Testing, as directed; and Other duties as assigned. Requirements Highly qualified and certified to teach in Michigan with endorsement or concentration in Math Ability to work from office in Troy, MI Curriculum alignment and compacting experience preferred Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft OS and MS Office programs) Ability to analyze, develop, implement, and track intervention plans and strategies Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Highly organized and punctual Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment Team player track record Willingness to travel for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Ability to work some occasional evening hours, as needed to support some families Ability to work remotely, if necessary
Connections Academy Part time
Feb 05, 2020
Lighthouse Connections Academy (LCA) is a tuition-free virtual public charter school serving students in grades K-12 throughout Michigan beginning in the 2018-19 school year. LCA is authorized by Oxford Community Schools and governed by an independent Board of Directors. The school contracts with Connections Education LLC to provide its educational program and other services. Connections Academy, a division of Connections Education, is accredited by AdvancED. Position Summary and Responsibilities Working from our Lighthouse Connections Academy office, certified Teachers will “virtually” manage instructional programs. Through use of the telephone, Internet and various curriculum tools they will consult regularly with learning coaches and students to ensure that each child successfully completes his/her instructional program. The Part-Time ESL Teacher will be responsible for the successful completion of the following tasks: Support the instructional program with asynchronous web conferencing sessions and synchronous instruction; Complete all grading, create progress reports and conduct parent conferences in a timely manner; Communicate with parents, students and other teachers on a regular basis to develop and update Personal Learning Plans and schedules, score assessments, provide feedback on student work, suggest instructional approaches and strategies, monitor completion of assignments and coach special projects; Develop a general knowledge of the entire program’s K-12 curriculum and a very detailed knowledge of the grades for which responsible; Support students and parents with alternate strategies and provide additional assistance with daily assignments and projects; Communicate regularly with parents, students, and curriculum specialists through use of computer and telephone; Keep student records and data up-to-date, including cumulative files, online student and family information, attendance accounting, and logging of all student and parent contacts; Consult with team members and staff learning specialists to develop alternate enrichment activities and modifications to students’ programs to increase student understanding; Communicate with Parent Community Coordinators to suggest social activities and relevant field trips for students; Manage regional field trips and make efforts to integrate trips into the curriculum;  Devise and implement virtual methods of creating and maintaining a “school community”; Participate in the organization and administration of the State Testing, as directed; Participate in student recruiting sessions and other marketing efforts that require teacher representation. Review curriculum and devise alternate approaches to given lessons to increase student understanding (working directly with parents and students); Attend field trips and other community activities implemented for families; Other duties as assigned. Requirements Highly qualified and certified to teach English as a Second Language (ESL) in Michigan (appropriate to grade level responsibilities) Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft OS and MS Office programs) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Highly organized and punctual Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment Team player track record Willingness to travel on occasion for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Ability to work remotely, if necessary Ability to work some occasional evening hours, as needed to support some families
Connections Academy Troy, MI, USA Part time
Feb 05, 2020
Position Summary and Responsibilities Working from our Lighthouse Connections Academy office in Troy, certified Teachers will virtually manage instructional programs. Through use of the telephone, Internet and various curriculum tools they will consult regularly with learning coaches and students to ensure that each child successfully completes his/her instructional program. The Elementary Teacher will be responsible for the successful completion of the following tasks: Support the instructional program with asynchronous web conferencing sessions and synchronous instruction; Complete all grading, create progress reports and conduct parent conferences in a timely manner; Communicate with parents, students and other teachers on a regular basis to develop and update Personal Learning Plans and schedules, score assessments, provide feedback on student work, suggest instructional approaches and strategies, monitor completion of assignments and coach special projects; Develop a general knowledge of the entire program’s K-12 curriculum and a very detailed knowledge of the grades for which responsible; Support students and parents with alternate strategies and provide additional assistance with daily assignments and projects; Communicate regularly with parents, students, and curriculum specialists through use of computer and telephone; Keep student records and data up-to-date, including cumulative files, online student and family information, attendance accounting, and logging of all student and parent contacts; Consult with team members and staff learning specialists to develop alternate enrichment activities and modifications to students’ programs to increase student understanding; Communicate with Parent Community Coordinators to suggest social activities and relevant field trips for students; Manage regional field trips and make efforts to integrate trips into the curriculum;  Devise and implement virtual methods of creating and maintaining a “school community”; Participate in the organization and administration of the State Testing, as directed; Participate in student recruiting sessions and other marketing efforts that require teacher representation. Review curriculum and devise alternate approaches to given lessons to increase student understanding (working directly with parents and students); Attend field trips and other community activities implemented for families; Other duties as assigned. Requirements Highly qualified and certified to teach Elementary in Michigan Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft Office products and Google Suite) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Highly organized and punctual Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment Team player track record Willingness to travel on occasion for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Ability to work remotely, if necessary Ability to work some occasional evening hours, as needed to support some families School Summary Lighthouse Connections Academy (LCA) is a tuition-free virtual public charter school serving students in grades K-12 throughout Michigan. LCA is authorized by Oxford Community Schools and governed by an independent Board of Directors. The school contracts with Connections Education LLC to provide its educational program and other services. Connections Academy, a division of Connections Education, is accredited by AdvancED.
Connections Academy Full time
Jan 30, 2020
Kensington Woods Schools is searching for a   middle and high school Special Education Teacher Consultant for the remainder of 2019-2020 school year and beyond . A qualified candidate will possess   a valid Michigan teaching certificate with an endorsement in special education in one or more areas (EI, LD and/or CI);   applicants with additional certificates encouraged. A qualified candidate will also possess: A Master's Degree in Special Education or a field of study related to Special Education Three years satisfactory teaching experience, including at least two years of teaching students with disabilities in a special education classroom Strong collaboration skills Success with students who have academic and/or behavioral challenges Effective classroom management skills A Teacher Consultant at Kensington Woods will be expected to: Manage special education caseload Attend and participate in IEP, staff, and professional development meetings Hold timely/annual IEPs Effectively and consistently communicate with parents, students and staff regarding student achievement Regularly track student grades Collaborate with colleagues on implementing student accommodations Deliver direct or indirect services for students as written on IEP Ensure students are working toward meeting their IEP goals Coordinate student evaluations Conduct home or community visits if required due to a student's inability to attend school Coordinate with School Social Worker and Speech Pathologist Provide support to general education classroom teachers to whom special education students have been assigned Kensington Woods is a small, personal, college-prep school for grades 6-12 in Livingston County, MI. Kensington Woods’ approach is student centered where students are expected and encouraged to excel. The school integrates the curriculum wherever possible and is developing new STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) programs. The schedule supports project based learning, co-teaching, subject-area integration and staff professional development and collaborative planning. Students have an advisory class that monitors their progress and plans but also provides time for remediation, tutoring, extended learning, clubs and student leadership activities. The small size of the school results in an environment that is caring and open where students of all ages are comfortable and students and teachers develop strong relationships. Teachers at Kensington Woods work closely together. Each Friday is an early dismissal for students and teachers work together at this time to plan units, discuss data and appropriate responses to it, monitor and adjust curriculum, and attend to student needs with regard to the learning environment. Teachers are encouraged to adopt leadership roles and to be innovative in their practice within a collegial and supportive environment. Teachers are provided with significant professional development that is supported by leadership. Kensington Woods is looking for teachers that possess the passion, knowledge, and skills to serve in a teacher role and be able to demonstrate a track record of success, including the ability to effectively: Encourage and empower students to take ownership of their education Commit to and engage in the Kensington Woods mission and vision Plan challenging and engaging lessons and curriculum that aligns with the school mission and vision and helps students meet high academic expectations Be an expert in your subject area Be a reflective practitioner, open to continuous learning Commit to the mindset that every student has the ability to succeed Administer student assessments and use the resulting data to improve student learning Empower students to be self-directed in establishing positive culture and climate Engage in school improvement planning Involve parents in setting learning goals and integrate parents into the learning processes Actively engage in an organizational culture that relentlessly pursues excellence Cultivate trust and respect with a diverse group of people Work and plan collaboratively Find new ways of doing things while still meeting high expectations Lead extracurricular activities Other duties as assigned Find out more about Kensington Woods at our website, www.kwoods.org. Interested applicants should send resumes and cover letters attention to Principal Markus Muennix.
Kensington Woods Schools Kensington Woods Schools Full time
Jan 30, 2020
Kensington Woods Schools is searching for a   middle and high school Special Education Teacher for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year and beyond . A qualified candidate will possess   a valid Michigan teaching certificate with an endorsement in special education in one or more areas (EI, LD and/or CI);   applicants with additional certificates encouraged. Kensington Woods is a small, personal, college-prep school for grades 6-12 in Livingston County, MI. Kensington Woods’ approach is student centered where students are expected and encouraged to excel. The school integrates the curriculum wherever possible and is developing new STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) programs. The schedule supports project based learning, co-teaching, subject-area integration and staff professional development and collaborative planning. Students have an advisory class that monitors their progress and plans but also provides time for remediation, tutoring, extended learning, clubs and student leadership activities. The small size of the school results in an environment that is caring and open where students of all ages are comfortable and students and teachers develop strong relationships. Teachers at Kensington Woods work closely together. Each Friday is an early dismissal for students and teachers work together at this time to plan units, discuss data and appropriate responses to it, monitor and adjust curriculum, and attend to student needs with regard to the learning environment. Teachers are encouraged to adopt leadership roles and to be innovative in their practice within a collegial and supportive environment. Teachers are provided with significant professional development that is supported by leadership. Kensington Woods is looking for teachers that possess the passion, knowledge, and skills to serve in a teacher role and be able to demonstrate a track record of success, including the ability to effectively: Encourage and empower students to take ownership of their education Commit to and engage in the Kensington Woods mission and vision Plan challenging and engaging lessons and curriculum that aligns with the school mission and vision and helps students meet high academic expectations Be an expert in your subject area Be a reflective practitioner, open to continuous learning Commit to the mindset that every student has the ability to succeed Administer student assessments and use the resulting data to improve student learning Empower students to be self-directed in establishing positive culture and climate Engage in school improvement planning Involve parents in setting learning goals and integrate parents into the learning processes Actively engage in an organizational culture that relentlessly pursues excellence Cultivate trust and respect with a diverse group of people Work and plan collaboratively Find new ways of doing things while still meeting high expectations Lead extracurricular activities Other duties as assigned Find out more about Kensington Woods at our website, www.kwoods.org. Interested applicants should send resumes and cover letters attention to Principal Markus Muennix.
Kensington Woods Schools 9501 Pettys Road Full time
Jan 30, 2020
East Shore Leadership Academy Third Grade Teacher Position   Job Description East Shore Leadership Academy currently seeks to hire a Michigan certified teacher for 3rd grade. Please apply to Nancy J. Gardner at nancy@boldeducation.com by February 13,  2020. East Shore Leadership Academy is a K-8 public school academy that opened in the fall of the 2014-15 in Port Huron, Michigan. The school opened with grades K-5 and will add a grade thereafter until grade 8.   The school offers: A rigorous academic curriculum A leadership program that will develop each student’s individual leadership skills An extended day and school year to optimize time learning A school uniform dress code   General Teaching Expectations Understands the State and Common Core State Standards and how to implement them in the classroom Prepares and implements curriculum and instruction for the specific grade level taught Creates a classroom environment that is diverse in set up to meet the needs of individual learning styles Plans activities and assignments/projects that is relevant to the students individual needs Has a positive attitude and can work well in a team environment Is “open minded” and willing to try different skill-sets for the good of the students and the school team Has experience working with at-risk children Qualifications Teachers must have an up-to-date valid Michigan Teaching certificate in at least elementary education. Job Location City of Port Huron, Michigan Status Fulltime
Bold Education Connections LLC - East Shore Leadership Academy East Shore Leadership Academy, 7th Street
Jan 29, 2020
We are looking for caring, dedicated educators who are excited to work at a school where they can focus on helping individual students thrive. Want to be a part of the personalized online school community that fosters real achievement for each and every student? Read on and apply below! Immediate, Full-Time, 10m Opening- 2019-2020 School Year Working from our office in East Lansing, MI, certified Teachers will virtually manage instructional programs. Through use of the telephone, Internet and various curriculum tools they will consult regularly with learning coaches and students to ensure that each child successfully completes his/her instructional program. Requirements Certified to teach Secondary Science in Michigan (appropriate to grade level and content area responsibilities) Ability to work 12 months out of the year Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft Office products and Google Suite) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment Team player track record Willingness to travel for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Ability to work some occasional evening hours, as needed to support some families Ability to work remotely, if necessary Compensation Package Competitive compensation based on education and experience Annual merit increase Comprehensive, competitive, and affordable medical, vision, and dental benefits Tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 per calendar year 401(k) plan with employer match potential Additional employer-paid and voluntary benefits Career advancement opportunities APPLY ONLINE TODAY- applications are being reviewed!
Connections Academy East Lansing, MI, USA Full time
Jan 29, 2020
We are looking for caring, dedicated educators who are excited to work at a school where they can focus on helping individual students thrive. Want to be a part of the personalized online school community that fosters real achievement for each and every student? Read on and apply below! Immediate, Full-Time, 10m Opening- 2019-2020 School Year Working from our office in East Lansing, MI, certified Teachers will virtually manage instructional programs. Through use of the telephone, Internet and various curriculum tools they will consult regularly with learning coaches and students to ensure that each child successfully completes his/her instructional program. Requirements Certified to teach Secondary Math in Michigan (appropriate to grade level and content area responsibilities) Ability to work 12 months out of the year Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft Office products and Google Suite) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment Team player track record Willingness to travel for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Ability to work some occasional evening hours, as needed to support some families Ability to work remotely, if necessary Compensation Package Competitive compensation based on education and experience Annual merit increase Comprehensive, competitive, and affordable medical, vision, and dental benefits Tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 per calendar year 401(k) plan with employer match potential Additional employer-paid and voluntary benefits Career advancement opportunities APPLY ONLINE TODAY- applications are being reviewed!
Connections Academy East Lansing, MI, USA Full time
Jan 29, 2020
For consideration, please apply here: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/CON1019ACADE/JobBoard/c2b42121-092c-4125-8209-60593d2c63e0/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=0b214ee5-a380-4b1a-9e4f-8678cce760fe Position Summary and Responsibilities Working from your home office, the Part-Time ESL Teacher will virtually manage instructional programs for students in the ESL program. Through use of the telephone, Internet and various curriculum tools they will consult regularly with learning coaches and students to ensure that each child successfully completes his/her instructional program. The Part-Time ESL Teacher will be responsible for the successful completion of the following tasks: Coordinate language proficiency screenings and language testing, staying compliant with state-timelines for tasks such as Beginning of the Year, Middle of the Year and End of the Year LPAC meetings and documentation; Participate in the organization and administration of the State Testing, as directed; Attend local and state provided professional development trainings related to compliance and instruction; Collaborate with the student’s teachers in supporting learning and conduct parent conferences in a timely manner; Support the instructional program with asynchronous web conferencing sessions and synchronous instruction; Become proficient with supplemental programs to support English Language Learners in the virtual setting, including interpreting data within the programs; Review curriculum and devise alternate approaches to presenting lessons to increase student understanding (working directly with students and parents); Communicate with parents, students and other teachers on a regular basis to develop and update Personal Learning Plans and schedules, discuss assessments, provide feedback on student work, suggest instructional approaches and strategies, monitor completion of assignments and coach special projects; Work collaboratively with other teachers to ensure that all students are successfully progressing through the program, that parents have a central point of contact, and that tasks are distributed among the teachers; Develop a general knowledge of the entire program’s 6-12 curriculum and a very detailed knowledge of the courses for which responsible; Support students and parents with alternate strategies and provide additional assistance with daily assignments and projects; Communicates regularly with parents, students, and certified content area teachers through use of computer and telephone; Keep student records and data up-to-date, including ELL Data Views, cumulative files, online student and family information, attendance accounting, and logging all student and parent contacts; Consult with other teachers and staff learning specialists to develop alternate enrichment activities and modifications to students’ programs to increase student understanding; Work with other teachers to coordinate social activities and relevant field trips for students; Attend field trips and other community activities implemented for families; Devise and implement virtual methods of creating and maintaining a “school community”; Participate in student recruiting sessions and other marketing efforts that require teacher representation; Work with Advisory Teachers and School the Counselor to ensure students and families are receiving appropriate communications, students are making adequate progress and established goals are being met; Participate in Connections Education professional development sessions and associated activities; Participate in Special Population department activities; and Other duties as assigned. Requirements Highly qualified and certified to teach English as a Second Language (ESL) in Michigan Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft OS and MS Office programs) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Highly organized and punctual Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment Team player track record Willingness to travel on occasion for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Ability to work remotely Ability to work some occasional evening hours, as needed to support some families Company Summary Great Lakes Cyber Academy (GLCA) is a tuition-free, online public school available for students in grades 6–12 throughout Michigan. For students in grades 9-12, GLCA offers a variety of academic pacing options including a traditional school year option, a year-long extended option and an accelerated option. GLCA is authorized by The Governor John Engler Center for Charter Schools at Central Michigan University and supported by the Connections Academy family of public virtual schools. The school is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, an accrediting division of AdvancED.
Connections Academy Remote (Michigan, USA) Part time
Jan 29, 2020
We are looking for caring, dedicated educators who are excited to work at a school where they can focus on helping individual students thrive. Want to be a part of the personalized online school community that fosters real achievement for each and every student? Read on and apply below! Working from our office in East Lansing, Michigan, the School Counselor will virtually assist students and parents/learning coaches with course selection, scheduling and will be the initial point of contact for student concerns that span multiple subject areas as well as non-academic issues. The School Counselor will become an expert on course and credit requirements and will work with the Manager of Counseling Services to establish counseling processes for middle and high school students. Requirements Michigan certification in School Counseling Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft Office products and Google Suite) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Highly organized and punctual Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast-paced environment Team player with demonstrated leadership skills Willingness to travel on occasion for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Ability to work some occasional evening hours, as needed to support some families Ability to work remotely, if necessary Compensation Package Competitive compensation based on education and experience Annual merit increase Comprehensive, competitive, and affordable medical, vision, and dental benefits Tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 per calendar year 401(k) plan with employer match potential Additional employer-paid and voluntary benefits Career advancement opportunities APPLY ONLINE TODAY- applications are being reviewed!
Connections Academy East Lansing, MI, USA Full time
Jan 29, 2020
We are looking for caring, dedicated educators who are excited to work at a school where they can focus on helping individual students thrive. Want to be a part of the personalized online school community that fosters real achievement for each and every student? Read on and apply below! Working from our office in East Lansing, Michigan, the Special Education Teacher will virtually manage instructional programs for students with special needs. Through use of the telephone, Internet and various curriculum tools they will consult regularly with learning coaches and students to ensure that each child successfully completes his/her instructional program. The Special Education Teacher will participate in all steps of the IEP process. They will work closely with other teachers and district professionals to ensure that the school’s special education program is successful and operating in compliance with federal and state regulations. The Special Education Teacher will utilize technology to deliver virtual instruction. Requirements Degree in Special Education or related Education Field Valid Michigan Special Education certification Experience in policy (IDEA) and/or administration with Special Education Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft Office products and Google Suite) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Customer focused approach High degree of flexibility Demonstrated ability to work well in fast paced environment Team player track record Willingness to travel on occasion for marketing and state testing events (may require occasional overnight travel) Ability to work remotely, if necessary Compensation Package Competitive compensation based on education and experience Annual merit increase Comprehensive, competitive, and affordable medical, vision, and dental benefits Tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 per calendar year 401(k) plan with employer match potential Additional employer-paid and voluntary benefits Career advancement opportunities APPLY ONLINE TODAY- applications are being reviewed!
Connections Academy East Lansing, MI, USA Full time
Jan 29, 2020
Position/Job Title:       Associate Teacher - Great Start Readiness Program Summary:                    The classroom associate teacher is responsible for working as a team member in providing a quality educational program for assigned students.  Job Qualifications: Associate's Degree (AA) in early childhood education or child development, or the equivalent; OR a valid classroom CDA credential. Job Responsibilities: Plan, implement and monitor curriculum. Participate in recruitment, application and enrollment process. Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts. Assist children with personal health care needs, including toileting. Knowledge and experience in working with Preschool and Early Child Education. Work collaboratively and communicate with teaching team partner regarding children's behavior and progress. Follow written IEP and support plans and ensure requirements of IEP are followed in relation. Engage with children in all areas of the program and parts of the day. When needed, assist with the medical needs of students. Observe child performance and record relevant data to assess progress. Participate in trainings and on-going professional development. Ability to plan, prepare materials, and carry out activities that are fun, educational, and foster personal-social, physical, and academic skills. Ability to maintain a safe and secure learning environment. Ability to communicate effectively with young children and their families. Ability to work well with diverse families. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to apply common sense understanding and learned skills while interacting with students and adults. Ability to develop effective working relationships with students, staff and the school community. Self-directedness and initiative when given a variety of tasks and responsibilities. Frequently stand, walk, sit, talk or hear. Regularly reach with hands and arms. Regularly lift up to 40-70 pounds. Occasionally use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls. Occasionally climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and peripheral vision. The employee needs to be able to tell where a sound is coming from and hear in a noisy environment. Employee must possess physical ability sufficient to employ physical intervention strategies when necessary, i.e. non-violent crisis intervention techniques. Consistent, regular and predicable attendance is essential.    The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this position.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.
Bardwell Group 19800 Beech Daly Rd. Full time