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The High Road School and Catapult Learning provide social / emotional and academic services to students with a variety of special differences. It is our goal to develop student confidence and competence through individualized academic and behavioral programs. Working in collaboration with Philadelphia School District provides us an opportunity to address student differences in conjunction with district needs in a meaningful manner that broadens student growth opportunities and enhances their academic experience. Provisional Emergency and Out of Content Certifications are acceptable for this role.. Delivers designated curriculum and skill:appropriate supplemental materialsDevelops and maintains individualized skill:appropriate lesson plansEvaluates students through diagnostic programs and assessments, classwork; test scores, and/or other acceptable methods as required by Catapult, local, state, and/or federal agenciesParticipates in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) process as requiredProvides Social Skills lessons in the classroom settingFacilitates the implementation of IEP program components, including providing progress monitoring of IEP goals and objectivesParticipates in multi:disciplinary meetings involving cooperation with other pupil personnel workers, school personnel, parents and community agenciesParticipates as a resource person in in:service training and planningEnsures supervision of students at all times, including escorting students safely to and from classrooms, lunchrooms, and/or restroomsEstablishes and maintains student records, documentation and files and provides written reports and communications as required by Catapult, local, state, and/or federal agenciesProvides consultation to parents regarding the needs of their childrenWorks in collaboration with the school teamOther duties as assigned by the Team Leader or DirectorKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities An understanding of the IEP process; including current IDEA laws and state and local regulationsAbility to interpret data related to student goals for appropriate interventionsKnowledge of current state law/regulations regarding high school proficiency standardsKnowledge and competency of understanding credit and graduation requirementsLeadership skills in working with individuals and groups (i.e. initiating individual or group discussion, listening, clarifying and facilitating interactions and sharing of ideas)Ability to counsel students, parents, staff and lay persons individually and in groupsSkills in conducting effective meetings and conferences (including the resolution of disagreements)Skills in socio:environmental analysis and diagnosis of students with behaviorsSkills in communicating concepts and information accurately orally or in writing, including formal statistical reportsAbility to demonstrate effective liaison relationships with parents, schools, and agenciesAbility to aid in program development.BachelorA?s Degree from an accredited College/UniversityProvisional Emergency and Out of Content Certifications are acceptable and can be issuedEvidence of in:depth knowledge of special education and experience working with individuals with exceptional needs preferred


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