Summary

Substitute | Substitute Teacher | Waubun/Ogema

Description

ON-CALL SUBSTITUTE TEACHING POSITION Waubun-Ogema-White Earth District #435 is seeking a On-Call Substitute Teacher Position. The WOWE staff is truly “one team with one goal”. The candidate should possess great collaboration skills to work with our various community partners, a dedication to youth and curriculum and a strong belief that every student can succeed. Interested applicants can submit their Letter of Interest, Completed CERTIFIED Application can be found on our website at: https://www.waubun.k12.mn.us/, Resume, Three Letters of Recommendations, Copy of Minnesota State Teaching License and a copy of college/university transcripts. Applications and materials can be sent to: Waubun School, ATTN: Kelly Arthur, Human Resources, 1013 3rd Street, P.O. Box 98, Waubun, MN 56589 or emailed to kellya@waubun.k12.mn.us to join our WOWE team. For inquires contact Tim Spaeth, Waubun Principal at tims@waubun.k12.mn.us or Laurie Johnson, Ogema Principal at lauriej@waubun.k12.mn.us EOE. OPEN UNTIL FILLED

On-Call Substitute K-12 Teachers

Position Type: Substitute

Date Posted: 04/15/2024
Location: Waubun/Ogema 

Job Summary:
This position is responsible for delivering and instructing students in EC-12th grade. 
Substitute teachers may also participate and collaborate with other instructional professionals, administrators, parents, counselors, and other district personnel concerning student needs, issues, and district learning initiatives, curriculum and building issues. 

Assignment/Essential Functions:
Provides and delivers classroom instruction to students incorporating the essential elements of instruction.
Provides instruction at appropriate levels of difficulty and in accordance with district curriculum guidelines and criteria.
Assesses student progress and determines the need for additional reinforcement or adjustments to instructional plans/techniques/goals.
Teaches specific learning objectives.
Employs various teaching techniques, methods and principles of learning to best needs of students and district learning outcomes.
Follows instructional plans, lessons, experiments, and other support activities to present approved district curriculum in accordance with district goals and objectives. Determines needs and abilities of students and determines methods and techniques to best present and provide instruction to students within the assigned subject(s) area.  Organizes classroom supplies and materials. Performs basic cleaning and housekeeping functions to maintain a proper learning environment.
The ability to work with grade level and department teams to create lesson plans in an emergency situation.
Establishes and maintains student control and discipline in the classroom, school premise or during school activities by communicating expectations of appropriate behavior.  Employs and implements a classroom structure and consistency to encourage student responsibility, cooperation and mutual respect consistent with district policies and procedures.
Provides instructional leadership to other support staff within the classroom involved instruction support activities and functions.  Assigns activities, provides guidance and instructional oversight.
Collaborates with other educational professionals and administrators regarding the needs of students, instructional needs, new instructional technologies or approaches to student problems, learning or curriculum.
Performs other duties of a comparable level or type, as required.
Provides professional expertise and assistance to individuals, other district staff and the community concerning areas of instructional expertise/knowledge.
Attends training sessions, conferences, seminars, district and departmental meetings.
Keeps abreast of changing developments, trends, instructional and educational technologies.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of teaching principles, practices, techniques and approaches.
Knowledge of child development theories and development stages and needs.
Knowledge of current trends, theories and technologies pertaining to learning and instruction.
Knowledge of assessment procedures and techniques, test construction and evaluation methods.
Knowledge of subject material, concepts and issues related to grade/subject of assignment.
Understanding of basic office equipment and software used by the district in maintaining records and files (i.e. word processing software, student record data bases)
Knowledge of instructional technologies and software, equipment, tools and devices used presenting instruction, documenting assessments, student progress or other classroom administrative requirements of the district.
Skilled in planning and developing lesson plans consistent with approved program curriculum.
Skilled in presenting complex materials and concepts in an understandable and grade appropriate manner.
Skilled in developing assessment tools, assessing and evaluating student performance and needs.
Skilled in leading group processes/discussions, utilizing a variety of instruction aids and technologies.
Ability to write reports, lesson plans, learning objectives, tests, and assists in writing and reviewing curriculum using and applying professional/technical concepts, principles and terminology.
Ability to deal effectively and appropriately with parents, students, staff and other educational professionals over instructional needs, concerns or problems of the student and district.
Dealing with children, staff, parents, administrators and other educational professionals over parent and student issues and concerns.  Interactions require persuasion, instruction and working with others to gain cooperation and understanding of educational issues/needs.  Advises and makes recommendations to district administrators or committees concerning needs in curriculum and learning approaches.

Supervision of Other Employees:
This position is not responsible to directly supervise other employees, however provides indirect supervision for the Paraprofessional(s) in the classroom.
(Summary: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or negligible amount of force constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects in the performance of the job.)

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

Education:
Bachelor’s Degree in Education and relevant instructional subject area(s).

License:
Licensed in the State of Minnesota in instructional area
This description describes the general nature and work expected of an individual assigned to this position. Employees may be required to perform other job-related duties as requested by their supervisor. All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability.