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Teacher

Behaviour Program

Posted on: July 14th 2017 at 10:00am
Closes on: August 21st 2017 at 10:00am

Posting Reference Number: 
T 18 TSE 084 REG
Location: 
Rick Hansen Secondary
Commencement Date: 
01 September 2017
FTE: 
1.0
Contract: 
Continuing


Qualifications:

Secondary teacher training with a major or minor in Special Education with courses in Behaviour Management
Advanced coursework, diploma or degree and experience with special populations (Aboriginal Education, Learning Services, English Language Learners, Social Emotional Learning) an asset
Detailed knowledge of graduation requirements for Dogwood diploma, adult diploma and school completion certificates
Knowledge and demonstrated ability to develop diverse programs for children of complex needs including Autism, MID, LD, FASD, Chronic health, and R and H designations. 
Training and Experience in Effective Behavioural Support (EBS)
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) in Schools Training an asset  
Demonstrated ability to run a behaviour program at the secondary level
Experience and understanding of parent engagement strategies
Experience working with difficult to reach students and families or students and families in crisis
Training and/or Experience in providing Functional Behaviour Assessments
Knowledge and experience creating and implementing behaviour plans and safety plans
Demonstrated ability to create, manage, and implement a case load of Individual Education Plans
Demonstrated experience working with and referring to community partners
Skilled in motivating disadvantaged or dysfunctional students who need to be encouraged to attend regularly and to aid students in learning to structure their time to achieve academic success.
Demonstrated knowledge and ability to work as an effective member of school-based and integrated case management teams
Demonstrated ability to plan and organize curriculum, learning spaces, individualized programs
Demonstrated ability to manage the changing dynamics of a classroom, or small groups of learners
Demonstrated highly effective interpersonal and communication skills.  Must be able to communicate complex or sensitive issues in a positive manner
Demonstrated ability to manage themselves, learners and others in a conflict situation
Demonstrated ability to positively contribute to a team environment and a highly collaborative atmosphere
Demonstrated ability to use assessment as an effective tool for learning and charting progress
Knowledge of, and experience with, standards based assessment practices
Demonstrated ability to design assessments around authentic demonstrations of learning.
Must be able to create digitally literate citizens within the context of their learning environment.
Good understanding of the course requirements and learning standards at the gr 9-12 level
Ability to conduct formative assessments, to collect data and to design learning experiences accordingly
Must be able to differentiate learning based on students’ needs
Demonstrated ability to model safe, caring and inclusive behaviour and commitment to the success of all learners
Must be highly organized
Satisfactory teacher evaluation and/or final practicum report(s)
Effective written and oral interpersonal skills
A highly effective team member
Eligible for BC certification



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How to apply:

Please submit your application before August 21st 2017 at 10:00am to:

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