The Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech/Northampton campus has an opening for a Teacher of the Deaf on the early childhood team. The position may consist of serving on the Integrated Preschool Team as a classroom or itinerant teacher, and/or providing individualized services to children with hearing loss, and/or to infants/toddlers and their families in the Parent-Infant/Toddler Program as assigned.
The Integrated Preschool is a model process-oriented, listening and spoken language-instructive program that serves children with hearing loss as well as typically-hearing children between the ages of three and five years old. The Parent-Infant/Toddler program provides home- and center-based services as well as tele-practice.
This is a 30 hour per week position.
Master’s degree in education for the deaf. Skills in the areas of infant and child development, early childhood education, parent education, communication disorders and education of the deaf are required.
Entry level applicants are encouraged to apply if they have training in at least one or two of the areas listed above and an interest in the work and learning more about the others.
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