General Studies Special Education Teacher, [email protected]

SINAI Schools | Queens, NY, United States

Posted Date 5/31/2022
Description

Widely regarded as a leader in special education, SINAI operates 8 schools for individuals ages 6-21, with a wide range of learning and developmental disabilities as well as other special needs. We focus on maximizing each student’s academic, emotional, and social potential, while developing a strong knowledge and love of his or her traditional Jewish heritage. We teach our students skills that promote success in mainstream academic, social and vocational settings, and empower them to become productive and confident members of the community. Each of SINAI’s schools is integrated within a regular education partner Jewish Elementary or High School, creating an inclusion experience that is personalized for every single child.  

 

SINAI Schools is seeking highly motivated General studies teachers for the 2022-23 school year to teach children with special needs, ranging from ages 6-14 for its campus in Queens, [email protected] The individual should have a Masters in Special Education and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience with children. 

 

Responsibilities

  • Teaching Special Education General Studies to students with special needs ranging in ages 6-14
  • Collaborate with co-educators and parents to facilitate the most productive environment possible for each individual’s learning needs.      

 

Qualifications

  • Masters in Special Education (required)
  • 3-5 years teaching experience, preferably within a special education setting
  • Knowledge of Orthodox Judaism a plus

 

 

Please send resumes to [email protected].

 

Qualified minorities and/or women are encouraged to apply; EEO.

Duration
Full Time
Categories
Lower School Teacher | Teacher (Classroom)
Organization Type
Education & Schools | Yeshiva
Job Location
US

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