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May 26, 2022 

 

K-12 Physical Education/Health Curriculum Coordinator 

Aurora West School District 129 

Position: K-12 Physical Education/Health Curriculum Coordinator 

Reports to: Executive Directors of Secondary and Elementary Education 

Level: District Administrative Level 1 

Contract Length: 11 months 

Qualifications: 

Qualified candidates should: 

  • Hold a valid Illinois State Board of Education Professional Education License A valid Illinois Driver’s License 
  • Have teaching/clinical experience within the last five years, in the department/grade level of assigned supervisory responsibility. 

** If identified for hire a candidate must take and present evidence of completion of Illinois Teacher Evaluation modules 

Preferred Professional Experience: 

  • Demonstrated success in providing staff development using best practices 
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to use the data from assessments to inform changes in classroom instruction 
  • Demonstrated success in working with adults and working knowledge of adult learning theories Familiarity with word processing, Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and PowerPoint To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to carry out each essential duty 

satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required. 

Working Conditions 

Office Environment 

  • Classroom environment 
  • Driving a vehicle to conduct work 

Roles and Responsibilities 

  • Regularly meet with Executive and Assistant Directors of Secondary, Elementary Education, ELL, Special Education, Assessment, principals, and curricular/grade level teachers. Evaluate classroom instruction and provide feedback to principals and classroom staff on ways to increase effectiveness of instruction for all students, the implementation of the district curriculum, and best practice as it relates to instruction.
  • Assist building principals and classroom staff with the effective use of instructional materials and equipment, including use of technology, the delivery of the district curriculum, effective instructional strategies, and application of student assessment techniques. 
  • Evaluate assigned teachers using the school district approved evaluation plan. Intensive planning with teachers with an emphasis on building a common instructional culture Model the common instructional culture of the district 
  • Observe classroom instruction and provide feedback to principals and classroom staff on ways to implement the district curriculum and increase the effectiveness of instruction for all students Assist building administrators with the identification, interviewing, and hiring of teachers. 
  • Provide staff development on current best practices in PE/Health education and serve as a mentor and model in developing and demonstrating teaching techniques that are effective with a school's population. 
  • Organize and facilitate discussions with classroom staff and administrators about curriculum and instruction, such as grade level meetings or study groups to provide opportunities for teachers and staff to focus on content, classroom pedagogy, student work, assessment, grade reporting, student learning, and curriculum implementation. 
  • Work with classroom, building grade level, or content area data, in order to identify student trends as well as to support identification of professional development needs. Assist staff in understanding and implementing national, state, and district standards, in analyzing student achievement data, and in determining how to focus instruction to remediate and reinforce skills and knowledge in the content area. 
  • Assist staff in using informal assessments (anecdotal records, observation techniques, running records, performance assessments, etc.) to determine student progress. 
  • Keep accurate records of various types of activities provided in schools, such as demonstration teaching presented to staff members, classroom observations, and staff development activities. Document interventions for analysis of what works and what is not working. 
  • Regularly meet with district and building administrators to provide assistance in curriculum development and implementation, staff development, and assessment. 
  • Conduct curriculum review to analyze curriculum content including formative and summative assessments. Work with professional staff to make curricular recommendations to the Executive Directors of Elementary and/or Secondary Education. 
  • Conduct review of instructional materials and make recommendations for change through involvement of instructional staff through district approved procedures (Curriculum Committee work and Instructional Council) for recommendation to the superintendent. Upon approval, coordinate ordering and distribution of materials. 
  • Plan and coordinate district-wide staff development activities. 
  • Develop and monitor the PE/Health department schedule at the secondary level based on course requests. 
  • Recommend budget allocations. Administer and monitor approved budget allocations. Assume any other duties as may from time to time be delegated by the Executive Directors of Secondary and Elementary Education. The Executive Directors may make any adjustment in the scope of responsibilities as outlined above, which will be in the best interest of the school district.

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DRIVER EDUCATION FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL
https://www.applitrack.com/fsd145/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=High+School+Positions+Certified&subcategory=Driver+Education
  • Position Type:
    High School Positions Certified/Driver Education

  • Date Posted:
    5/20/2022

  • Location:
    Freeport High School

  • Anticipated Start Date:
    08/19/2022

  • Closing Date:
    Open until filled

  ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION 540.09
Adopted: _________________
 TITLE:                                 TEACHER
 QUALIFICATIONS:         Certificate, license, or other legal credential required.
  • Degree(s) required in area of major study.
  • Kind and amount of prior job experience required.
  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.
REPORTS TO:                  BUILDING PRINCIPAL  

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Summer BTW opening in District 120 in Mundelein
  • Position Type:
      Summer / Behind the Wheel

  • Date Posted:
      2/2/2022

  • Location:
      Mundelein High School

  • Date Available:
      05/27/22

  • Closing Date:
      until filled
  • Behind the Wheel teachers for Sessions 1 and 2

courses are held  Monday - Friday, 6:30 am to  6:30 pm  (must work minimum 4 hour slot)

 SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION I  - May 26 - June 30 

SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION II - July 05 - July 29  

 

Qualifications:

  • Valid Illinois PEL license registered in Lake County, IL (region 34) 
  • Endorsed in Secondary Education
    • Safety and Driver Education 
 PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  1. Teaches skills and knowledge in driver's education pupils following the course of study adopted by the Board of Education.
  2. Creates lesson plans and implements instructional practices that reflect accurate understanding of prerequisite relationships among topics and concepts and reflect familiarity with a wide range of effective pedagogical approaches related to the discipline. 
  3. Attains information about levels of development for groups if students and differentiates the lesson to meet their needs.
  4. Demonstrates understanding of the active nature of student learning.
  5. Displays understanding of students' diverse backgrounds cultures, skills, language proficiency, interests and special needs from a variety of sources.
  6. Develops written learning outcomes that reflect rigorous and important learning in the discipline.
  7. Seeks extensive knowledge of resources through the school, district, community, professional organizations and universities, and other sources.
  8. Coordinates knowledge of content, of students, and of resources, to design a series of learning experiences aligned to instructional outcomes.
  9. Plans for student assessment that is aligned with the instructional outcomes using a variety of methodologies adapted for groups of students.
  10. Engages in friendly, caring and respectful interactions with students.
  11. Creates a classroom culture with high expectations for learning being the norm for all students.
  12. Manages instructional groups, materials and supplies with effective classroom routines and procedures.
  13. Monitors student behavior against established standards of conduct through consistent, respectful and effective measures and classroom management.
  14. Provides a safe and accessible learning environment in the classroom.
  15. Utilizes available technology in the learning environment and in the delivery of lessons.
  16. Explains the content so that it is clear, accurate, and connects with students' knowledge and experience.
  17. Uses spoken and written language that is clear and correct while including vocabulary appropriate to the discipline.
  18. Uses a variety or series of questions or prompts to challenge students cognitively, advance high level thinking and discourse, and promotes meta cognition.
  19. Intellectually engages students in well-designed learning tasks.
  20. Assesses and monitors learning of students throughout the lesson and unit of study.
  21. Maintains accurate records of students' attendance, learning activities and grades.
  22. Makes attempts to engage families in the instructional program.
  23. Communicates with families about the instructional program and conveys information about individual student progress.
  24. Establishes relationships with colleagues characterized by mutual support and cooperation.
  25. Participates in school events, open houses, parent-teacher conferences and other required school activities.
  26. Seeks and participates in professional development opportunities to enhance content knowledge and pedagogical skills. 
  27. Displays high standards of honesty, integrity and confidentiality in interactions with colleagues, students and the public.
  28. Demonstrates dependable attendance, punctuality and work ethics.
  29. Adheres to Illinois Professional Teaching Standards (2010).
 

Application Procedure:
Apply online


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Elmhurst SD 205, York High School has openings for BTW.  One is for periods 1,2,3,6,7 and 8.  The second is for periods 1,2,3.  Stipend positions pay $38 per hour.  Apply at //elmhurst205.org/.  Laure DeAngelis is Dept Chair.
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Naperville Central and North are currently looking for Behind the Wheel teachers that are willing to work a 6-period day for an hourly rate of pay.
 
Where:  Naperville Central and North.   Behind the Wheel
 
Pay: $30-35 per period
 
Start:  Immediate
 
Requirements:  Driver Education, State of Illinois Certification/Endorsement
 
Contact:   Neil Duncan.   630-420-6597.    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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St. Charles North is looking for a BTW certified instructor to work 20-30 hours per week ASAP.
If you know anyone, please have them email me and I will pass on further details. It's also posted on the D303 site.

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IPSD 204 METEA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL PE/Health/Drivers Education Teacher (part-time)JobID: 11550
  • Position Type:
      High School Teaching/Physical Education

  • Date Posted:
      8/19/2021

  • Location:
      Metea Valley High School

  • Date Available:
      08/2021

  • Closing Date:
      until filled

  Additional Information:  Show/Hide



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Rockford Public Schools are looking for Behind-the-Wheel instructors

There are 4 public schools in Rockford that offer Driver Education and we teach over 1,000 students a year.   We offer newer BTW vehicles, flexible schedules, digital recording and many students that are anxious to drive and complete their 6 hours of BTW training.  Our current pay for BTW instruction is $22.50 / hour.  


Contact Dave Stoltz for more information.

815-218-9939

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York High School is seeking a .6 PE position for the 2021-2022 school year.  Applicants should be able to obtain their American Red Cross Lifeguarding certification and multiple endorsements preferred (Health/Driver Ed.).

Apply on line and/or send resume to Lauren.

Lauren DeAngelis

York Community High School

PE/Health/Driver Ed. Department Chair

Head Girls Cross Country Coach

630-617-2427

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Highland Park will have a .5 Physical Education and Traffic Safety position for the 21-22 school year. Multiple endorsements preferred, but definitely will need a Driver’s Education Endorsement.

Apply online and/or send resume to Lynn.

Lynn Hatzikostantis
PE, Health, & Traffic Safety Department Chair
Highland Park High School
p: 224.765.2091 e: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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West Chicago Summer School

Our summer program is only 16 days long and starts June 16th and ends July 7th. 

If you know of anybody who would be interested, please pass along the following link to apply.

https://www.applitrack.com/d94/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Summer+School

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RPS205 NEEDS BTW TEACHERS $22.50 AN HOUR.  BOTH FULL AND PART-TIME OPEN.


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Illinois Secretary of State Summer Positions 

April 2021

During the Summer of 2021, the Illinois Secretary of State office is interested in hiring certified Driver Education instructors to administer the state road test.
The salary is $20 per hour with a maximum of 37.5 hours per week. Any variance to the regular workday has to be approved with the facility manager. 
We need assistance at the following facilities: Chicago Heights, Chicago North, Chicago South, Chicago West, Deerfield, Elgin, Lake Zurich, Lombard Schaumburg, Waukegan, Belvidere, DeKalb, Morris and Rockford. 
If you are interested, please contact Donna Bilski as soon as possible. 
 
Contact info:
Donna Bilski
Illinois Secretary of State - Driver Services
Administration Office

17 N State St – Ste. 1100

Chicago, IL  60602

312-814-2975

 

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Illinois Secretary of State Summer Positions

April 2021

During the Summer of 2021, the Illinois Secretary of State office is interested in hiring certified Driver Education instructors to administer the state road test. The salary is $20 per hour with a maximum of 37.5 hours per week. Any variance to the regular workday has to be approved with the facility manager. We need assistance at the following facilities: Bloomington, Carbondale, Champaign, Clinton, LaSalle, Mattoon, Marion, Mendota, Moline/Silvis, Morris, Ottawa, Roanoke, Peoria, Springfield Dirksen, Springfield Klein, Tilton and Watseka. If you are interested, please contact Amy Dean as soon as possible, or Click this link to appy:  https://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/publications/pdf_publications/per_d81.pdf
Contact info:
Amy Dean
Illinois Secretary of State - Driver Services Fiscal Office
2701 S. Dirksen Parkway
Springfield, IL 62723
217-785-2737.

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The Illinois Secretary of State’s Office is looking for certified Driver Education teachers to administer State Road Tests this summer.
 
The salary is $20 per hour and a max 37.5 hours per week.
We need assistance at the following Metro facilities: Lake Zurich, Deerfield, Waukegan and Chicago West (Lexington Ave & Laramie).

Please contact Donna Bilski, the CDTP Coordinator for our office.
Please make contact as soon as possible if you are interested or apply here:  https://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/publications/pdf_publications/per_d81.pdf

Donna Bilski
Illinois Secretary of State - Driver Services
CDTP Coordinator – Metro Area
17 N. State St. - Suite 1100
Chicago, IL 60602
312-814-2975
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Prairie Ridge High School
BTW instructor for summer 2021. The dates are from 6/1-6/25 and the time frame will be from 6 AM-1:30 PM.
Contact:
Bryan Peckhart
Division Leader
Prairie Ridge High School
1(815)479-0404 ext. 5211
CLICK THE LINK BELOW.
https://d155.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=276 
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