Description Special Education Teacher (Graphic Teacher) Primary Location: United States-MD-MDBaltimore Function:Clinical Organization:Hastings
NewVisions Academy of Baltimore provides a highly structured learning environmentfor students that encourage success. Equal emphasis is given to improving academic performance and acquiringvocational skills. We are currentlyseeking a Graphic Communications Teacher to join our team.
Monitors student learning and adjusts delivery of instruction and/or learning activities accordingly
Encourages active student involvement in learning by appropriate use of one or more, but not limited to the following techniques: signals, rehearsed responses and group discussions through higher level questioning
Utilizes Teacher techniques for diagnostic and general check for learning by verbal responses as well as written means. Uses feedback from these responses to adjust delivery of instruction and/or learning activities
Completing daily, weekly and monthly lesson plans
Demonstrate the ability to correlate lessons with students' IEP.
Participate as a member of the IEP team.
BA degree in graphic arts or fine art required.
MSDE certification in Visual Art or Graphic Communications strongly preferred.
Additional MSDE certification in Special Education or willingness to complete additional certification to meet state requirements.
Experience in computer layout & design, working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign, Dreamweaver, etc.)
Mechanical knowledge of small duplicators and print order processing desired.
Experience working with students with serious behavioral and emotional needs
Must possess good written and verbal communication skills.
New Visions Academy of Baltimore is an EqualOpportunity Employer.
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