Days/Hours Scheduled: Works Monday – Friday from 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM (School Year)
First and foremost, an FCA Teacher must have a passionate relationship with Jesus Christ. An FCA Teacher must demonstrate competency in all academic areas assigned to teach and must possess flexibility and adaptability. An FCA Teacher must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university and a valid ACSI or Colorado teacher’s license (or the intent to obtain licensure) is required.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Demonstrate daily a relationship with Jesus that is filled with grace and truth. John 1:14
Discern and follow the leading of the Holy Spirit throughout the day. Gal. 5:16-18
Demonstrate resourcefulness and expertise in the following areas: relationships, team building, teacher leadership, communication, conflict resolution, creativity, problem solving, time management, and making wise decisions.
Participate in the continuous school improvement process, including the accreditation process.
For each course that you will be teaching, the following should be completed and submitted for review to your campus principal.
Post weekly lesson plans, classroom resources and homework assignments in FACTS by the designated time at the respective campus.
Course description, syllabus, and an updated curriculum map according to the rubric established within Curriculum Trak, for each course that you will be teaching.
At the completion of each semester insure that Expected Student Outcomes have been entered and updated.
Participate in ongoing curriculum development.
Implement research-based instructional strategies, targets and methods using resources such as “Teach Like a Champion,” “The First Days of School” and other sources that will enable multi-sensory instruction, individual small group instruction, cooperative learning, and Socratic Instruction.
Utilize technology as a supplemental tool to support instruction.
Under the direction of the Holy Spirit integrate Scriptural concepts, truths, and application into the instruction within all disciplines with the majority of units containing high level Biblical illumination.
Utilize ongoing formative and summative assessments to inform, modify and adapt curriculum and instructional practices that will meet various learning styles and student needs.
Elementary teachers will use “The Daily Five” when teaching literacy.
Attend all faculty meetings, workshops, and other required professional meetings.
Punctually submit attendance and grades according to your campus policy.
Apply all intervention procedures including anecdotal records which may include specific strategies already noted for student intervention.
Interpret and analyze student performance data.
Submit orders for books and materials for the next school year in conjunction with department heads.
Correspond effectively with other staff, parents, and students as needed.
Success of this position:
This position’s success will be measured by the degree to which the educational needs of all students are met in a manner that promotes excellence and develops a Biblical worldview.Success will be measured by level of implementation and growth, as needed, in the key instructional strategies which are integrated into the classroom observation tool.Finally, success will be measured by the timely and professional completion of various administrative and curricular tasks required by the campus principal and included in the summative review tool.
Formal and drop in observations performed by administrative team.
Review of parent and/or student feedback surveys as applicable.
Annual summative review conducted with campus principal.