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Pre-K ESE Teacher
Updated 3-5-14

Job Specifications:  (Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required)

The PreK ESE Teacher is the instructional leader of a classroom of 8-16 Toddlers – PreK students.  Each teacher must believe that “all children can learn” and have a commitment to including every child in all activities to develop their fullest potential.   Additional knowledge/skills and abilities include:

  • Knowledge of Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP), early childhood development and the learning process.
  • Experience assessing children and developing, implementing and monitoring appropriate individualized goals using data.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with children with special needs in regular education activities
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Good communication skills (written and oral). 
  • Ability to work cooperatively with parents and staff. 

Bachelor’s Degree (minimum)

Florida Professional Teaching Certificate or Temporary Statement of Eligibility:

Exceptional Student Education (ESE Endorsement)


Birth to Age 4 (Toddler Teacher) or Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 3 and ESOL Endorsement

Department of Children and Families – 45 Hour Training

Minimum Experience:
Prefer 1 to 3 years teaching experience Prefer experience including ESE students in the regular education classroom. 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop a classroom climate where students/staff have positive and respectful relationships with one another and students are enthusiastic about learning.
  • Provide interesting and stimulating materials and instruction for students using many modalities.
  • Use a variety of information to determine the effects of learning experiences on student’s cognitive, linquististic, social, emotional, physical development, independent functioning and approaches to learning.
  • Conduct and document pre and post assessments for all students. Maintain a portfolio of students work for diagnostic purposes and use information to plan and implement individualized and differentiated instructional strategies.
  • Engage in meaningful conversation with students and consistently expose students to a variety of language uses and forms.
  • Foster relationships with families that support student’s learning and well-being including clearly communicating with families regarding student’s progress and maintaining a positive, collaborative relationship with student families.   Ensure School Administrator is informed of all parent concerns/complaints.
  • Foster relationships with school colleagues to support student’s learning and well-being, participates in school activities in the support of the vision/mission of the campus, and maintains a positive, collaborative relationship with all campus team members.
  • Maintain a classroom that reflects discovery and use of materials but is generally clean and well maintained, safety measures are implemented and utilizes universal precautions consistently.   
  • Collaborate with therapists in developing and implementing Individual Education Plans/Individual Family Support Plan to ensure all students have appropriate access to the curriculum and proven techniques are utilized to ensure individual student success.
  • Ensure lesson plans provide student access to the Florida Birth to Age 5 State Standards and/or VPK Standards (if applicable).
  • Based on Individual Education Plan (IEP)/Individual Family Support Plan (IFSP) track and monitor benchmark and goal attainment.
  • Understand and implement Response to Intervention (RtI) for all students and gather appropriate data for further evaluation.
  • Integrate the Arts and Technology into the daily curriculum. 
  • Utilize and ensure consistent implementation of behavior techniques and classroom management techniques including development of behavior plans as needed.
  • Ensure compliance with requirements and guidelines set forth by UCP, HIPAA, Department of Education, Department of Children and Families, Early Learning Coalition and other State and Federal agencies. 
  • Ensure and provide basic care giving duties (utilizing universal health and safety precautions).
  • Ensure concerns with individual students are brought to the attention of the School Administrator.
  • Supervise assigned teacher assistants by:

    • Ensuring awareness and compliance of policies and procedures;
    • Monitoring performance on an ongoing basis;
    • Inform School Administrator regarding poor performance issues.
    • Assist in developing and implementing Individual Development Plans.
    • Train on the individual needs of the students.
  • Performs other related duties as required and assigned.

If interested, click here to submit an application.

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