Mainstream Teacher of the Deaf provide direct and consultative services to students in preschool through high school in mainstream settings. Services are provided as stipulated in a student’s IEP and can include consultation with professionals, direct service to students support to families, program observations and training.
Duties include but not limited to: Communicate effectively with parents, clients and Clarke Schools staff. Assists in identifying services that are consistent with state and federal laws for families and mainstream schools, as specific in a child’s IEP. Provide direct service to students individually or in small group settings as indicated in the IEP. Participates in the planning and presentation of informational and training workshops on issues related to hearing loss. Monitor the use of hearing aids, cochlear implants, FM systems and other assistive devices •Ability to write reports and correspondence including quarterly reports, newsletter articles, handouts and contracts
Master’s Degree certification as a Teacher of the Deaf trained in listening and spoken language Preferably 3 years’ experience however new graduates may be considered. Knowledge of how public schools work Ability to function effective as a team member Work collaboratively with others and independently as appropriate Skilled at participating in IFSP/IEP meetings and helping to write goals.
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Clarke provides children who are deaf and hard of hearing with the listening, learning and spoken language skills they need to succeed. Annually, more than 1.000 children and their families benefit from programs and services at our five campus locations: Boston, Jacksonville, New York City, Northampton and Philadelphia.Clarke impacts the lives of children and adults through educational and early c...hildhood programs, hearing services, mainstream services, research, curriculum development and the teachers and professionals trained by Clarke who take their special skills to all parts of the world.Formerly Clarke School for the Deaf / Center for Oral Education, in 2010, we changed our name to Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech. This change reflects our distinct mission of teaching children who are deaf and hard of hearing how to listen and talk using the latest technology; and it also highlights our multiple locations - which continue to grow! Our new logo is a vibrant mark celebrating the growth and success of Clarke children. Each day, we watch and listen as they blossom - gaining confidence and acquiring the ability to reach their full potential.As Clarke reaches more children than ever before, our mission remains unchanged: Providing children who are deaf and hard of hearing with the listening, learning and spoken language skills they need to succeed. Today, the possibilities for children who are deaf and hard of hearing are greater than ever before. We work with families and professionals to ensure that every child has the chance to reach their full potential.Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.