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Early Childhood Preschool Special Education Teacher Candidate Pool - Early Childhood

Company: Canyons School District
Location: Sandy
Posted on: September 22, 2022

Job Description:

Early Childhood Preschool Special Education Teacher Candidate Pool 2022-23 - Early Childhood For questions, please email: CSDEmployment ( Category:SpecialDepartment:Canyons DistrictShift:Location:Early ChildhoodJob Type:Full-TimePay Rate:Salary Schedules ( How to apply: Go to to complete an application and video screening interview on Vidcruiter. When the application process is succesfully completed, you will be entered into the Early Childhood/Preschool candidate pool to be considered for current openings and for the 2022-23 school year (which will be posted no later than March 15th, 2022).

  • If you are currently a teacher with Canyons School District and would like to transfer schools, click here ( to read through the transfer window policy that will begin no later than March 15th, 2022Questions about this process? Email for assistance. Americans with Disability Act: If reasonable accommodations are needed to assist you with the application or hiring process please contact the Canyons School District office of Legal Services at 801-826-5061, Fax 801-826-5098 or mailing address 9361 S. 300 E., Sandy, UT 84070.CANYONS SCHOOL DISTRICT is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered on the basis of employment qualifications without regard to race, color, political affiliation, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, medical condition or handicap. Inquiries regarding Canyons School Districts hiring practices may be addressed to: Director of Human Resources, Canyons School District, 9361 South 300 East, Sandy, UT 84070Job Description: The Early Childhood Special Education Teacher is responsible for providing education to children who are at risk, culturally diverse and with or without disabilities. This job requires creating a positive learning environment where students develop the skills to develop language and become critical thinkers and problem solvers. Early Childhood Special Education Teachers maintain a safe environment; establish rapport with students, parents and colleagues; and motivate pupils to develop attitudes and knowledge that will help them reach their career potential and be college ready. Early Childhood Special Education Teachers adjust, modify, and differentiate curriculum and use effective research-based methods of instruction to suit each students needs. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
    • Teach students the core content area(s) outlined in the Utahs Early Childhood Core Standards, and adopted by the Board of Education, using research-based curriculum, strategies & materials correlated with other approved learning activities and adjusted to suit each students needs.
    • Provide culturally responsive instruction to students who are linguistically diverse
    • Administer and score standardized assessments
    • Write and conduct IEP meetings
    • Maintain student records as required by IDEA and/or Title I
    • Case Manager to Title I and/or Special Education Students
    • Assure confidentiality of all students information
    • Instruct pupils in citizenship
    • Meet regular, punctual and predictable attendance requirements
    • Develop lesson plans and instructional materials and provide individualized and small group instruction
    • Translate lesson plans into learning experiences to best utilize the available time for instruction.
    • Establish and maintain standards of pupil behavior needed to achieve a functional learning atmosphere in the classroom and develop an individualized behavioral plan when needed
    • Evaluate pupils academic and social growth, maintain appropriate records, and prepare progress reports
    • Communicate with parents through conferences, telephone calls, e-mails, student planners, school web site, and other means, to discuss the pupils progress
    • Work collaboratively with Title I (as applicable) staff to support parent involvement strategies designed to create parent skills as educators in the home
    • Identify pupil needs and cooperate with other professional staff members in helping pupils solve health, academic, social and psychological challenges.
    • Utilize computers and other technological classroom support equipment in student instruction and IDEA and Title I compliance
    • Provide and maintain a safe and supportive environment in the classroom, on the school campus, and on field trips
    • Maintain professional competence through staff development education activities provided by the school district and self-selected professional growth activities
    • Demonstrate professional ethics as outlined by the Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission
    • Function as a member of the Special Education team by attending meetings and collaborating with other professionals
    • Administer appropriate pupil attendance policies and procedures
    • Participate in appropriate educator evaluation procedures as per District guidelines
    • Participate in faculty meetings for preschool staff and home school as required
    • Maintain required inventory records
    • Model professional and ethical standards when dealing with students, parents, peers, and community
    • Understand and adhere to all laws, Special Education policies and procedures and District policies, and procedures.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills with students, parents, and staff
    • Effective problem solving, organizational, multi-tasking, and time management skills
    • Ability to organize and supervise the work of others
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with pupils, parents, school staff, district staff, and patrons
    • Other duties as assigned
    • Predictable and reliable attendance.
    • During times of state or district emergency, all employees may be required to perform additional duties that are not required on a normal basis in support of educational and operational priorities. e.g. Performs general cleaning and sanitizing of work areas, provides remote assistance to students and staff, and any other reasonable duty as needed. Preferred Skills: Candidates must have a Preschool Special Education (Birth-Age 5) License
      • Expired licenses, out of state licenses, and University graduates from May or August 2022 semesters are also eligible to apply.
      • Candidates interested in an internship should email before applying.
      • Interns: candidates that are earning a bachelor's degree in Preschool Special Ed, passed the appropriate praxis, have not earned a degree previously in another subject, and are wanting to have a paid teaching position in lieu of completing student teaching.Don't have a professional teaching license? Follow these steps before applying:
        • All non-licensed preschool special education applicants must be enrolled in a teacher certification program or a special education degree program, have passed the praxis test, and have been fingerprinted for USBE.
        • Canyons School District is not able to support the new APPEL-S program released by USBE for Special Ed at this time.

Keywords: Canyons School District, Sandy , Early Childhood Preschool Special Education Teacher Candidate Pool - Early Childhood, Education / Teaching , Sandy, Utah

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