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Dual Language (English) 3rd Grade Teacher

East Aurora School District 131
Aurora, IL, US
Position Type:
Elementary School Teaching/Bilingual

Date Posted:

Rollins Elementary School

Date Available:

Closing Date:
Until filled

Aurora East SD 131 July 9, 2024
East Aurora School District 131 has the following opening(s) for the 2024-2025 school
year and will accept applications from candidates who may be interested in the position(s)
listed below. Medical, dental, vision, and term life insurance policies are available.
POSITION TITLE: Dual Language (English) 3rd Grade Teacher
BUILDING(S): Rollins Elementary School
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Days and salary as per the Collective Bargaining
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Building Principal or Designee
EVALUATION PROCEDURES: Per the Collective Bargaining Agreement
START DATE: August 19, 2024
JOB ID: 21762
1. Applicants must hold a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or
university and be properly certified to meet Illinois Teaching License Standards.
A Professional Educator License (PEL) with Elementary Endorsement required.
ESL Endorsement preferred.
2. Teaching experience preferred.
3. Displays quality work through accuracy and attention to detail.
4. Committed to continuous improvement and data based decision-making.
5. Effective written, verbal and technology based communication skills.
6. Works effectively and productively as a member of a team.
7. Ability to work with a linguistically and culturally diverse public.
8. Ability to communicate effectively in English and Spanish.
9. Cultural knowledge and ability to develop cross-cultural competencies.
10. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of child growth and development,
effective instructional strategies, classroom management, learning assessment and
diagnosis, and research related to learning.
1. Teach courses in the classroom/subject area utilizing the common core/content
area standards, Spanish language arts standards, English language development
standards, social emotional standards, curricula and materials adopted by the
Board of Education.
2. Diagnose the needs of students to provide individual or small group instruction
and adapt curriculum as needed based on the identified needs of the students.
3. Collaborate with other teachers in the program to plan, design and implement
4. Develop and submit lesson plans, as required.
5. Provide standards based instruction in English/Spanish in all content areas.
6. Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required by law, district policy
and administrative regulations.
7. Administer and/or monitor state, district and local assessments, as required.
8. Submit reports to the appropriate person(s), as required.
9. Communicate with parents, administrators and other applicable school personnel
regarding student's academic, biliteracy, and social/emotional progress and
10. Participate in curriculum writing and program development, and in the selection
of materials and equipment to support biliteracy instruction and learner outcomes.
11. Direct and supervise students, implement MTSS, and maintain and document
discipline both in and out of the classroom during the assigned workday.
12. Instructs students using strategies conducive to dual language, such as sheltered
instruction, cooperative learning, and discovery learning.
13. Develop students' critical analysis skills through group discussions using a variety
of mass media and literature.
14. Use subject matter knowledge, teaching and learning, best practices, and
technology to facilitate experiences that advance student learning, biliteracy
language and academic development, creativity, and innovation in both face-toface
and virtual environments.
15. Exhibit legal and ethical behavior in their professional practices; follow and
implement all district rules, regulations, practices and policies.
16. Demonstrate a high level of professionalism with the ability to maintain
confidentiality and personal flexibility in all areas.
17. Continuously improve professional practices, model lifelong learning, and exhibit
leadership in the school and professional community.
18. Works cooperatively with all staff to deliver educational services relating to the
instruction of children.
19. Engage the learners in differentiated learning experiences appropriate to their skill
levels and development needs.
20. Encourage students to think independently and express original and creative ideas.
21. Participate in / attend building and district meetings, as required and including
PLC team meetings.
22. Maintain professional competence through in-service education activities
provided by the district and/or in self-selected professional growth activities.
23. Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment,
materials and facilities. Provides appropriate safety instruction.
24. Perform any other duties and responsibilities as may be requested by the Principal
or designee.
Applications should be completed online at Position(s) will
remain open until filled. East Aurora School District 131 is an Equal Opportunity

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