Website State of South Carolina
Plans and provides instructional services for postsecondary/undergraduate students at the S.C. School for the Deaf and the Blind in the area of Horticulture/Agriculture Technology. Conducts a comprehensive educational program to include: assertiveness discipline in and out of the classroom, developing and utilizing teaching methods based on individual and/or group needs, providing professional guidance and counseling based on adaptive skills, and carrying out a program on academic/habilitative instructions based on the IEP. Plans, prepares and implements the Horticulture/Agriculture Program for each student served. Maintains required documentation to include student attendance, progress, difficulties, needs, etc. Meets with parents to discuss students’ needs, program and progress. Incorporates, throughout the year, requirements of the cooperative agreement with Clemson University for Summer Agriculture Education. Provide support and training opportunities for work-based learning.
- Must possess a SC Teacher’s License in Agriculture; Prefer knowledge of methods of teaching and evaluation of special needs students. Requires considerable knowledge of methods to teach deaf, blind and/or multi-disabled students. Must be able to communicate effectively with special needs students in a classroom setting; manage behavior issues of students and work cooperatively with staff, families, and external ancillary providers. This position may require specific communication modalities dependent upon employment placement.
Company: State of South Carolina
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Others
Job Location: Clemson, SC, US
Application Deadline: N/A