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Part Time ELL/MLL Teacher and Coordinator '24-'25

Employer
TrulyHired
Location
Woodstock, Vermont
Closing date
Jul 15, 2024

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Job Role
Teacher / Instructor
Job Type
Part-time
The Mountain Views Supervisory Union is seeking a part time .2 English Language Learner (ELL) Teacher .. The ELL Teacher will provide English language development instruction 3-4 times per week to 2 groups of students students who are acquiring English as an additional language, working collaboratively with other instructional personnel, including a district-wide team of ELL teachers, to meet the individual needs of each child. Required activities include planning and delivering lessons, collaborating with classroom teachers and specialists, administering formative and summative assessments, and completing documentation required for compliance.

The ideal candidate will have a Vermont state license in teaching English Learners (also known as ELL, ESL, TESOL) and will have experience in establishing a safe, welcoming, positive learning environment for English Learners. Experience working with students and families from a variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds is essential. Familiarity with both literacy and mathematics as well as the Common Core and WIDA standards and assessments are also important assets.Qualifications for the EL teachercomponent of this position:Required:Vermont Teaching License in English as a Second Language, or eligible for licensureExperience teaching school-aged English Learner students, K-12 (including student teaching)

You should be knowledgeable in language acquisition, be patient, and have excellent communication skills.
• Be committed to the idea of diversity in the classroom, such as the creation of a diverse and varied reading list, and the acknowledgment and acceptance of our students' diversity of culture, gender, sexuality, as well as their varied, economic, and educational backgrounds.
• Be collaborative and open to the idea of team-teaching and/or working regularly with peers.
• Be skilled in teaching contemporary forms of communication such as video creation; podcasts and audio recording, and oral and visual presentation.
• Have high degree of competence with contemporary educational technologies such as electronic gradebooks, digital whiteboards, and the google education suite or be willing to learn.
• Help students navigate digital and non-digital information.
• Teach critical thinking skills and original idea generation.
• Be creative and encourage creativity and out-of-the box thinking in our students.
• Be excited to work one-on-one with our students outside of the classroom using technology when appropriate.

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