Maryland State DOE, Juvenile Services Education Program (learn more)
Salary to be determined based on an institutional salary scale following assessment of the applicant’s educational credentials and experience.
NATURE OF WORK:
This is a professional position responsible for providing academic instruction to juvenile students at the basic skills, Middle School, High School, or General Educational Development (GED) level with application to occupational, functional living, and employability skills.
Plans, conducts, and assesses classroom instructional activities; coordinates basic skills testing; maintains educational records; assesses and records progress toward educational learning goals; develops and implements individualized and independent lesson plans; provides counseling and guidance.
A Bachelor's Degree and one year of professional teaching experience. Candidates must be eligible for or willing to obtain certification in Elementary or Secondary Academic Education by the Maryland State Department of Education.
NOTE: A current State Department of Education Teaching Certificate or its equivalent may substitute for the one year of professional teaching experience.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of education; knowledge of the subject areas taught in basic skills and/or secondary education and GED programs; knowledge of teaching methods; skill in the use of assessment instruments; ability to develop appropriate educational goals and objectives; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
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