Bibb County Public Schools
Job Description Official Title: Behavior Social Emotional
Learning Teacher Job Code: Working Title: BSEL Teacher Salary Grade: Length of Work Year: 190 days Reports To: Executive Director of PEC, RtI Behavior Coordinator, and CEIS Behavior Manager Summary Description of Classification:
Knowledge of human behavior and research based interventions to change behavior.
Knowledge of federal, state, and district rules, regulations, and policies related to education.
Experience as a highly effective teacher.
Ability to conduct functional behavioral assessments and develop behavior intervention plans.
Ability to work collaboratively with teams to identify student and classroom needs.
Ability to work collaboratively with other members of a school or department to accomplish common goals.
Ability to collect and analyze data efficiently and effectively.
Ability to collaborate with staff in implementing specially designed instruction, accommodations, and effective data collection tools.
Ability to work independently while setting priorities and meeting critical deadlines.
Skilled at positive and effective communication with students, parents, and staff.
Skilled at working with a diverse student population of students with disabilities.
Education, Training and Experience:
Master's degree or above is required.
Must possess (or meet qualifications for) Georgia educational certification in General Education (T-5 or above).
Minimum of three (3) years of successful experience as a classroom teacher is required.
The responsibilities of the BSEL teacher shall be those assigned to him/her by the Executive Director of PEC. While specific duties may vary according to the need of each school, the duties of the BSEL teacher may include the following:
The BSEL teacher will assess, support and teach children who exhibit behaviors that impede their overall progress.
Collects and analyzes data to develop and implement specially designed instructional programs using research-based interventions
Uses a variety of assessments and specially designed instruction to ensure the students gain skills in academics, socialization, communication with the goal of building independence in all areas of their lives.
Implements classroom management plan which includes a system for acknowledgement/reinforcement for students who follow a social emotional curriculum.
Ensures active engagement of all students in instruction.
Develops and documents weekly lesson plans to include activities differentiated for all students ALL students' needs are considered when planning the lesson, rather than after the fact.
Determines what the purpose of students' behaviors and develops instructional plan to decrease inappropriate behavior.
Determines the fidelity of implementation and the effectiveness of instructional interventions and accommodations.
Develops, coordinates, and oversees implementation of students' ABE/Ripple Effects program.
Consults with staff implementing IEPs and regarding behavior plans, accommodations, specially designed instruction.
Actively participates in BSEL Team meetings.
Communicates frequently with students, staff, parents and administrative team.
Administers and interprets standardized and informal assessments and writes assessment reports, academic progress summaries and other needed reports defined by student BSEL teams or Program for Exceptional Children Department.
Strives to maintain and improve professional competence.
Assists in the preparation of reports, records. Lists and other paperwork as required.
Attends staff meetings and serves on committees as required.
Projects a professional image and decorum.
Demonstrates regular and punctual attendance.
Participates in professional growth opportunities through workshops, conferences, college course work, and professional workshops, conferences, college course work, and professional leadership organizations.
Maintains current knowledge of evidence-based interventions and techniques, research, etc.
Performs related duties as required or assigned by the Executive Director of PEC.
Examples of Teaching Tasks:
I. Provides Instruction
A. Teaches at an appropriate instructional level
B. Provides content development
1.Provide teacher-focused content development
2.Provide student-focused content development
C. Builds for transfer
1.Provides initial focus
2.Provides content emphasis and linking
3.Provide lesson summaries
II. Assesses and Encourages Student Progress
A. Promotes student engagement
B. Monitors student progress
C. Responds to student performance
1.Responds to adequate performances
2.Responds to inadequate performances
D. Supports students
III. Manages the Learning Environment
A. Uses time efficiently
1.Handles non-instructional tasks efficiently
2.Uses instructional time appropriately
B. Maintains effective physical setting for instruction
C. Maintains appropriate student behavior in the classroom
2.Intervenes when necessary using low profile interventions
Date(s) Revised: 8/14/18
The Bibb County School District will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities to allow them to perform the essential functions of the job when such individuals request an accommodation so long as the accommodation does not create an undue financial hardship for the district.
Bibb County School District