Exceptional Education Teacher Essential Elements:
- Assess the needs of each child assigned to their classroom list.
- Develop an IEP stating each child’s present level of functioning, objectives to meet each child’s needs, methods/materials used to meet those objectives, and procedures and schedules for determining when objectives are met.
- Manage the students within their classroom in order to assure a conducive learning environment that is safe and secure for all students.
- Develop and implement daily lesson plans that demonstrate how the IEP’s are being fulfilled on a daily basis.
- Organize the classroom to be attractive and motivational for students’ learning.
- Instruct students in academic subjects as well as in daily living skills, to include, but not limited to, conflict resolution, hygiene, safety, and food preparation.
- Create learning materials geared to each student’s ability and interest.
- Design special help programs for low achievers and prepare instructional materials to meet individual needs of students, with focus on emotional and educational levels of development.
- Coordinate integration with the regular education program when the students can appropriately learn and achieve in the regular education classes.
- Observe, evaluate, and prepare reports on progress of students.
- Coordinate all the necessary supportive services to meet each student’s needs.
- Complete all required records especially keeping each student’s IEP updated on a continual basis.
****Follows all policies and procedures of the Darlington County School District.****
Ms. Rebecca Burke, Self-Contained
Ms. Xy-Za Ceriales, Self-Contained
Ms. Kimberly Epps, Academic Coach
Ms. Martha Flowers, Academic Coach / Department Chair
Ms. Kimberly Hopwood, Deaf Education / Academic Coach
Ms. Tangel McDaniel, Academic Coach
Ms. Megan Pearce, Academic Coach
Dr. Shannon Robinson, Academic coach
Ms. Terri Langley-Dubose, Self-Contained / Department Chair