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World Language - Japanese Teacher

Summary Information:
Employer: Waterbury Public Schools
Position Type: Teaching
Categories: Foreign Languages
Japanese
World Languages
School / Org: Waterbury Public Schools
Location Waterbury, Connecticut
FTE: see details
No. of Positions: 1
Reference #: EAN913
Posting Date: 18 November 2017
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Details:
Waterbury Public Schools is seeking qualified applicant for the following position(s):

World Language - Japanese Teacher

Location:
Maloney Magnet School

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES
The Japanese language teacher at Maloney Interdistrict Magnet School will teach Japanese language and culture to multiple grade levels PreK-5 using the target language 95-100% of instructional time. This person is responsible for collaborating with Japanese teacher colleagues, creating lesson plans and materials, and using technologies to enhance instruction. Duties include but are not limited to writing student progress reports, holding various special events, encouraging parent involvement and promoting the Japanese language program both within and beyond the school.

SPECIFIC EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
1. Teach 7-10 classes of Japanese language per day in multiple grades Prek-5. Classes range from 20-40 minutes in length.
2. Create lessons that are engaging, culturally-relevant and related to regular classroom content, following the established Japanese Language and Culture Curriculum and keeping with the national Standards for Foreign Language Learning and the CT World Languages Framework.
3. Assess and report on progress for 250+ students per year. Administer yearly extended oral/written assessments for second/fifth graders.
4. Organize various parent-involvement events and other international events such as pen pal projects, native speaker visits, International Education Conference, etc.
5. Use a set of iPod Nanos, student laptops, interactive whiteboard, iPads, and any other newly available technology to enhance language instruction.
6. Correspond with parents and students via the Japanese program website, brochures, email, letters, and other teacher-created materials.
7. Participate in school-wide events, faculty meetings, committees, etc.
8. Perform all required duties of an elementary school teacher as described in the WTA Contract.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
1. Bachelorís Degree in Japanese Language or closely related field.
2. *Connecticut Certification to teach Japanese language in the elementary school (024/101) or CT elementary school certification, or ability to qualify for a Durational Shortage Area Permit for Japanese language.
3. Experience teaching Japanese language and/or working with elementary school-level children preferred.
4. Knowledge of PowerPoint, iTunes, Web 2.0 resources, and website maintenance preferred. Familiarity with interactive white board use also preferred.

SALARY/BENEFITS/WORK YEAR

According to WTA Contract, salary commensurate with experience.


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