Our team is looking for a Special Education Teacher for a school district in Goffstown, New Hampshire to support students with disabilities and unique learning needs. They will asses students' individual abilities and challenges, developing and implementing personalized education plans (IEPs) to address their specific requirements. They will adapt and modify curriculum materials and teaching strategies to provide tailored instruction that aligns with students' diverse learning styles and abilities. They also collaborate closely with other educators, parents, and support staff to create an inclusive and supportive learning environment. They will continuously monitor students' progress, adjusting their teaching methods and interventions to facilitate growth and ensure that students with disabilities have equitable access to education.
This candidate will need to have a bachelors degree, as well as an active state Special Education Teaching License. The ideal candidate will have had experience working in a special education classroom.
Employment dates: 23-24 school year
Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance
Why contract work? Why not just get hired on full time at a school?
1. Flexibility: Contracted special education teachers often have more control over their schedules, which can be especially beneficial for those seeking work-life balance or the ability to choose assignments that align with their preferences and expertise.
2. Higher Earning Potential: In most cases, contract teachers can earn higher hourly or daily rates compared to full-time positions, which can be financially rewarding.
3. Diverse Experience: Contracted special education teachers have the opportunity to work with a variety of students, schools, and districts, gaining valuable experience with different disabilities, teaching approaches, and educational settings.
4. Professional Growth: Contract positions can lead to exposure to different teaching methods, educational technologies, and diverse student populations, contributing to professional growth and development.
5. Networking Opportunities: Working as a contract special education teacher allows you to build a broad professional network, connecting with educators, administrators, and support staff in various schools and districts.
Ultimately, working as a contracted special education teacher can provide you with a flexible and diverse career that aligns with your values and goals while making a positive impact on the lives of students with special needs. For more information, please reach out to our national Educational Recruiter below!
Payal Desai | Recruiting Advisor | 773-570-6942
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