Isaac School District
About the organization
The Isaac School District serves students in grades K-8 west of downtown Phoenix. We are a 6.2 mile radius Title 1 district with 10 schools. We are dedicated to student success and we know our biggest asset is the people in our District who are committed to improving educational results for our students and are willing to examine a variety of different ways to make those improvements happen. Along with our competitive salaries and benefits, we also provide ongoing professional growth opportunities throughout the school year. We believe in assisting our staff in becoming their personal best along with accomplishing their short and long term career goals.
The Isaac School District is located just west of the heart of downtown Phoenix. With sunny Phoenix being one of the fastest growing cities in the country, there’s no reason why people are choosing to move and relocate to Phoenix. There are many things to do in Phoenix, from exciting hip and new restaurants to outdoor activities.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to the following:
Actively supports the school and district’s shared vision, mission and common goals.
Plans and aligns instructional lessons as prescribed by the state standards and District approved curriculum with fidelity.
Analyzes data to plan instruction that addresses whole and small group, as well as individual student needs.
Uses and develops research based instructional materials and strategies to meet the wide range of diverse student population.
Knowledgeably, skilled and possess a willingness to incorporate the use of technology within the curriculum to enhance student learning.
Works collaboratively with his/her grade level team to effectively plan for student learning.
Monitors and advocates for all students’ academic and social development needs by seeking professional staff members expertise and guidance.
Evaluates and maintains student progress by maintaining current and on-going accurate records.
Establishes and maintains effective routines and procedures to maximize instructional time.
Conveys high expectations for learning to motivate students to perform at his/her fullest potential.
Creates an academic rich environment that coveys high expectations and fosters student learning.
Facilitates polite and respectful teacher to student interactions.
Current Arizona teaching certificate or license authorizing service in grade levels and areas assigned
Bachelor's degree, or higher, from an accredited institution
Student teaching internship or teaching experience preferred
Above-average recommendations from student teaching supervisors and/or other professional recommendations
Demonstrate skills with the use of current technology and equipment
Ability to establish and maintain positive collaborative working relationships with students, families, staff, administration and the community
Superb oral and written communication skills
Contact email: [email protected]
In order to successfully complete the application process, you will need the following items:
Current AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card
AZ Teaching Certificate (see below for additional information)
2 letters of recommendation
2 professional references with contact information
Equal Opportunity Employment
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