Posted: Thursday, January 18, 2018 9:41 PM
The Adaptive Physical Education Teacher ensures that physical education programs are developed and implemented in accordance with IEP goals, behavioral principles, QSAC Curriculum and the individual needs of every student.
:Formal and informal education assessments of each student.
:Development of each student's physical education curriculum in conjunction with the classroom teaching clinical team.
:Write IEP goals, objectives and updates in accordance with official mandates.
:Physical education presentations and attendance at all pertinent pre IEP and IEP conferences, and Staff Meetings.
:Daily data collection and cumulative percentage recording of each student's progress.
:Neat and accurate maintenance of records.
:Maintain student/family confidentiality.
:Application and data collection of behavior management interventions and reinforcement procedures in accordance with each child's behavior management plan and school policy.
:Participate in Clinical/Parent meetings as needed.
:Interaction with parents, college interns, professionals other interested visitors through classroom observation and informative conversation on education programming for individuals with autism and school philosophy.
:To promote generalization of individually learned skills both in and out of the school environment.
:Confer weekly with the Director on the progress of the Adapted Physical Education Program.
:Meetings : attend and participate in staff meetings and in:service trainings.
:To help the student with autism develop motor ability in the following areas.
Gross body coordination
Balance and postural orientation
General physical fitness
Recreational social interaction
Generalization of appropriate behaviors
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• Location: Queens
• Post ID: 155535517 queens