Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School
Position Title – Special Education Teacher K-5
School Name – Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School
The mission of the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) is to use the principles of the Coalition of Essential Schools to:
- BUILD an empowered and inclusive community of students, parents, and educators
- ENGAGE the whole child—intellectually, social-emotionally, and physically
- HELP all students to know themselves and to be known well by their community
- CHALLENGE each student to take an active role as an informed citizen in a global society
- COLLABORATE with the larger community to advocate for student-centered schools
We are committed to strengthening and preserving diversity, fostering an environment of equity and ensuring that we are as inclusive as we can possibly be.
The position of Special Education Teacher (K-5) at the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) involves the following primary responsibilities:
- ANCS is looking for dedicated and experienced special education teachers that are committed to improving outcomes for struggling students with the belief of inclusive practices.
- Confer with parents, K-8 Dean of Academic Growth, testing specialists, social workers, and teachers to develop individual educational plans designed to promote students’ educational, physical, and social development and prepare IEPs in accordance with state, federal, and any other applicable guidelines, regulations, and/or laws.
- Collate and maintain accurate and complete student records, including preparing and delivering progress reports and report cards; creating and maintaining a weekly schedule that meets the hours of student support on your caseload.
- Collect behavioral data through conducting functional behavior analysis, classroom observations, and behavioral data collection; create, manage, and collate data on daily behavior plans.
- Plan and conduct educational activities in a constructivist environment (inclusion and/or pull-out) for a balanced program of instruction, demonstration, and work time that provides students with opportunities to observe, question, and investigate and employ highly skilled special educational instructional strategies and techniques.
- Modify the general education curriculum for student with disabilities, based upon a variety of instructional techniques and assistive technologies, such as computers, audiovisual aids, and other equipment and materials to supplement student learning
- Administer informal and formal assessments providing students with individual testing accommodations
- Work and support students with sensory impairments and consult with teachers regarding meeting students needs within the regular education classroom
- Engage in continuous professional development and shared learning with other professional staff
- Work collaboratively with a diverse group of school colleagues, parents, community members and others to support and implement the goals of the school
- Participate fully in faculty and school related meetings
- Work flexible hours as needed
Minimum of a bachelor’s degree and T4-Certification in General Curriculum Special Education required. Preferred: Degree in special education.
The experience and qualifications preferred for this position include:
- Experience working with students with various learning disabilities, cognitive profiles, sensory dysfunctions, behavior disorders, speech and language impairments, gross and fine motor difficulty and medical conditions
- Ability to develop and adapt curriculum and present lessons in various subject areas to students with disabilities
- Demonstrated effectiveness in working with diverse groups of students, teachers, service providers and families
- Familiarity with the common principles of the Coalition of Essential Schools
Commensurate with education and experience
How to Apply
Interested and qualified applicants should fill out the online application including uploading a letter of interest and updated resume: https://atlncs.org/careers-jobs/dean-of-academic-growth/