This is a 10 month Position and will pay up to the budgeted salary of $26,650
North Carolina School for the Deaf is a residential school that provides elementary, middle and high school programs for students between the ages of 5 (five) and 22 (twenty-two) for deaf and hard-of-hearing students from 47 of North Carolina’s 100 counties. These students are from varying backgrounds and many have multiple handicaps. North Carolina School for the Deaf (NCSD) operates on a regular academic year, Sunday afternoon through Friday at 1:00pm. Support services and administration operate year-round.
The educational development aide II (EDA II) is primarily responsible for providing educational assistance, both formal and informal, in the classroom setting to students at the direction of the classroom teacher. Examples include but are not limited to, one-on-one tutoring; remedial instruction of teacher specified skills; small group instruction; language acquisition skills; supervision of student activities in the classroom or in natural settings located in the community; social/behavior skills monitoring; or other educational goals written in the IEP for each student. The aide is also responsible for performing other specified duties assigned by the classroom teacher and/or principal as needed. This requires the aide to work closely with professionals and paraprofessionals from outside the regular classroom to ensure proper programming.
Interest and some knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems, and attitudes of handicapped or disadvantaged persons, specifically Deaf students, and Deaf students with other disabilities, being worked with and of the community environment. General knowledge of reading, writing, and arithmetic, and the ability to assist teachers in conveying these knowledges to students/children or adults in the program. Some elementary knowledge of developmental stages. Ability to establish rapport with students/children or adults in the program and families; and to assist teachers in maintaining a learning environment
Graduation from high school or equivalent and one year of experience working with children, developmentally disabled or blind population as appropriate for the job (volunteer, mother, babysitter), or associate degree in mental health, or child development program; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Tagged as: Coach, Teacher, Trainer
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