Early Intervention Teacher of the Deaf
Description
  • Lead teacher for each session of the Two’s group (EI), planning, preparing and executing lessons to target IFSP outcomes/objectives across all developmental domains
  • Maintain all required documentation for attendance, parental communication, IFSP, daily session notes, and quarterly progress reports
  • Supervise recording, transcribing and analyzing language samples
  • Facilitate children’s interaction with a curriculum that reflects the basic principles of child development
  • Maximize opportunities for listening and spoken language development
  • Facilitate children’s communication in the classroom and ensure carryover of activities between the classroom and individual speech-language sessions
  • Provide a comfortable and supportive environment that welcomes parents and caregivers into the school community
Requirements
  • Master's degree in Deaf/HH Education
  • NYS certification in Deaf/HH Education
  • NYS certification in a related area- Early Childhood Education, TSSLD, Early Childhood Special Education, etc.
  • Experience and commitment to the listening and spoken language approach education of deaf and hard of hearing children required





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