POSITION SUMMARY The Deaf Educator plans and facilitates student learning across the school day with an emphasis on maximizing listening and spoken language skill development opportunities during all academic, social and developmental domains with support from the CAOS (Carle Auditory Oral School) supervisor, academic program coordinator and ECHO Program Manager.
EDUCATION Bachelor's or Master's degree in Deaf Education required. Education in addition to Speech Language Pathology, Special Education or Audiology is preferred.
LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION BLS and one of the following are required: Professional Educator License (PEL) w/Tchr of Students who are D/HoH (PK- Age 21) endorsement (IL), Educator License with Stipulations (ELS) w/Tchr of Students who are D/HoH (PK - Age 21) endorsement, Equivalent license from another state and candidate must obtain PEL or ELS within the first year of hire
OTHER SKILLS Knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices for children birth through age six (6). Awareness of developmental milestones in speech, language, audition, gross and fine motor, self-help skills, and play/socialization.
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