Teachers/Tchr Broadcast Video Journalsm
Seckinger High School
Job Code: Tchr Broadcast Video Journalsm - 060122 Standard Hours: 40 Department: Grades 9-12 Vocational - 101300 Empl Class: NA Minimum Salary: $48,646.00/Annually
Maximum Salary: $101,500.00/Annually
Scheduled Days: 190
Target Openings: 1
License and Certification Qualifications: Valid Georgia teaching certification in career, technical, or agricultural education required or must meet Career Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) eligibility requirements.
Education Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in communication technologies, mass communications, video technology, broadcast learning, or related field required.
Experience Qualifications: Two years experience in Audio, Visual, Technology, and Film. Industry experience preferred.
Skills Qualifications: Ability to provide the theory and practical application of operations in a television studio, including camera and editing practices; experience with lighting, audio boards, and tape/digital machines; skills in photography and videotaping; ability to direct, tape, and edit for narrative, non-narrative, and commercials; ability to instruct on script development, pre-production, and post production; ability to implement, deliver, promote, and expand a high-level, state-of-the art video production/television studio for students; knowledge of video resources, including video, multimedia, video broadcast, interactive media, instructional programming, two-way interactive audio and video technologies; ability to ensure legal adherence to programmatic communications, agreements, and partnerships; ability to use the latest knowledge and skills related to video production/television studio with college prep and tech prep students; ability to use tools related to the routine operations and projects related to achieving proficiency with video and television components; ability to instructionally link the video production program to technical college, university programs, and employment; ability to deliver instruction and presentation of results appropriate to video- industry standards; ability to use appropriate assessment instruments to assess student progress; ability to meet and maintain all standards, licenses, and guidelines; ability to support the skilled growth of students through internships with video-related businesses; ability to develop relationships among both education and video/television studio partners; demonstrate high-level proficiency in the use of technology; excellent oral and written communication skills and math proficiency; and ability to work successfully with school, district, and state level personnel.
Primary Responsibilities: Implement, deliver, promote, and expand a high-level, state-of-the art instructional program in film production/television studio for students with instruction to include the content of operations of equipment in television studio, cameras, editing, lighting, audio boards, tape/digital machines, photography, videotaping, directing, editing, script development, pre and post-production, and individual and group advanced projects.
1. Develop and prioritize short and long-term instructional objectives based on district AKS curriculum.
a. Identify specific prerequisite skills and/or knowledge necessary for students to learn the AKS.
b. Plan instruction as needed to promote student mastery of prerequisite skills and knowledge.
c. Analyze student work and assessments to determine instructional needs.
d. Prepare written lesson plans to support instructional objectives of the AKS for all students.
e. Plan appropriate assessment of student learning.
2. Utilize scientifically researched effective instructional strategies and methods of providing information for students to acquire the learning (QPTS).
a. Assess students' learning of the AKS and provide specific feedback to students and parents.
b. Provide collaborative learning opportunities to enhance student achievement.
3. Provide formative assessment that measures student progress toward AKS objectives.
a. Monitor students' progress in learning through a variety of techniques.
b. Adjust instructional plans based on formative assessment results.
c. Provide criteria that allow students to measure their own progress toward an objective.
4. Provide summative assessment that measures student achievement of objectives.
a. Assess students' learning of the AKS.
b. Provide assessments that are appropriate for the learner(s).
c. Utilize assessment results to plan for subsequent instruction.
5. Organize learning environment to maximize student time on task.
a. Organize and arrange classroom to facilitate learning.
6. Participate in professional growth and professional learning activities.
a. Apply new knowledge and skills acquired in planning and delivery of student instruction.
b. Demonstrate evidence of progress toward individual goals plan.
7. Perform routine and preventive maintenance of facilities and equipment
a. Provide a safe, clean, and healthy learning environment.
8. Ensure the delivery and sponsorship of program related youth organizations and leadership competitive events.
9. Conduct advisory committee meetings related specifically to the sustainability and expansion of the program.
10. Maintain inventory for equipment and supplies and complete appropriate local, state, and federal reports.
11. Perform other duties as assigned.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit for extended periods of time. Employee is also required to talk, hear, stand, and walk. The employee may be required to use hands to finger, handle, feel, and/or reach. Employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.