Special Education in Institutional Settings (SEIS) Substitute Teacher

The Collaborative for Educational Services (CES) is seeking Substitute Teachers to teach in Special Education in Institutional Settings (SEIS) programs.  This is an excellent opportunity to experience teaching in an alternative setting in which you can make a difference in the life of a young person. 
 
Who We Are: Dedicated and collaborative teams of educators committed to supporting teaching excellence thru coaching, professional development and excellent administrative support.  CES prides itself on providing robust and engaging learning opportunities to all its teachers.

We value: Quality and excellence, innovation, creativity and vision, inclusiveness, equity and diversity and collaboration with others. Creating a community of care is a foundational to the work we do, together!

Social Justice and Equity work is central to our mission, especially in these times. We understand that all forms of oppression are damaging. We engage in this work pro-actively and purposefully, with the intent of positive outcomes, and because we need to. 

We hope that you will join us in this work!
 
This is You:
  • You have the ability to work with diverse populations
  • Demonstrated successful teaching youth placed at risk highly desirable
  • Knowledge of MA Curriculum frameworks, curriculum, instruction, and assessment
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Massachusetts teacher licensure in one of the following content areas preferred: Math, English/Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Special Education and/or Reading preferred
 
Highlights of What You Will Do:
  • Provide effective and engaging instruction to youth assigned to SEIS at the assigned location.
  • Implement lesson and/or unit plans as provided by teacher/teaching coordinator
  • Responsible to support students with disabilities in a classroom setting
  • Responsible for the promotion of high standards and expectations, including effective instruction which includes making learning goals clear to youth.
  • During a longer term assignment, maintain lesson plans on a weekly basis.
  • Foster and maintain an effective, creative, and balanced learning environment that meets the needs of the youth.