Elementary School Teaching
Oak Terrace School
2019-2020 school year
The mission of North Shore School District 112, a community partnership committed to a world-class education, is to nurture every child to become an inspired learner, a well-rounded individual and contributing member of a global community by striving for excellence within an environment that fosters innovation, respect, engagement and intellectual inquiry.
Description: Dual Language Program Teacher plans and implements lessons in accordance with the District Standards, English Language Proficiency Standards, North Shore School District Dual Language Program curriculum allocation model. Implements and utilizes student assessment data to guide instructional decisions. Collaborates with all staff to meet the needs of diverse learners. Serves as a second language consultant to school staff by maintaining a high knowledge base of the latest research, laws, and most effective practices in the field. Participates in school improvement initiatives. Informs parents and students of academic and behavioral progress, concerns, and long-range expectations related to second language acquisition. Serves as liaison between English Language Learners, his/her family and the school, especially with respect to cultural and language differences, and provides cross cultural information to all parties that foster positive relationships.
- Valid Illinois teaching license with proper endorsement(s)- must have an Elementary and an ESL approval/endorsement
- Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to serve as a positive role model of good character for children
- Interest in and enthusiasm for the position and education in general
- Appreciation of cultural diversity
- Ability to effectively incorporate instructional technology
Per NSEA salary schedule for the 2019-2020 school year, Excellent benefits, Retirement Pension Service (TRS) Credit, paid sick, personal, bereavement leave, and other benefits.
Apply on line by completing the on line application and uploading support materials. PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS.
The principal will review on line applications and supporting materials and the principal will call individuals in for interviews. After initial interviews, candidates meet with the Deputy Superintendent who may recommend the individual for hire by the Board of Education.
The North Shore School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer