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Creative Due Process Specialist

Home Careers Creative Due Process Specialist
Submitted: August 19
Closing: September 30

Contact

Stephanie Miska
Assistant Special Education Director

Phone: 612-750-0753

Location High School for Recording Arts
1166 University Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55104
Categories Licensed
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
Minnesota Teacher's License Required
Salary Range Commensurate with Experience
Work Commitment Full-Time
To Apply

To apply for this job, please contact the person listed.

Job Description

HSRA is looking for a creative special education teacher of any licensure to join our team. In this role, we are looking for teachers with experience in creative pedagogy, project based learning, experiential learning, and arts integration to expand upon our hand's on constructivist offerings for our students.
This person would work closely with our special education advisors and assessment team. The role of this position would include collaboration with special educational advisors to coordinate and attend IEP team meetings, write the IEP and the PWN reflecting the IEP. The person would assist the Evaluation team as needed.
This person will be flexible in supporting the Sped advisors in their due process needs, and other due process related duties. HSRA is open to hiring from a variety of licenses. If this interests you - please apply and come check out our exciting school!

Qualifications

Applicants to be HSRA special education teachers should have a teaching philosophy that programs for a creative, fun, and student centered classroom that challenges, engages, and empowers all students. They should be self-starters, excited for collaboration, be able to work interdisciplinary, be able to / learn to build blended learning lessons using Schoology, and be able to balance experiential, expeditionary, and project-based learning in their classes. They should be proficient in Due Process, writing IEP’s, PWN’s and Evaluation process
MN Teaching License in Special Education
- Prior successful experience in urban, multicultural education desirable.
- Experience working with adolescents, youth agencies, social services, and school systems.
- Persistence. Belief that all youth have the ability to learn.
- Ability and willingness to work with families in a non-blaming approach.
- Advocacy skill, including good communication skills and the ability to negotiate, compromise, and confront conflict.
- Organizational skill, flexibility and ability to work in a variety of settings. Ability to work independently.

Institution Description

High School for Recording Arts is defined by its commitment to find and nurture the genius and creativity of every student despite any life challenges or setbacks. Our school is built around the recognition that every learner has special talents and strengths, passionate interests, impactful personal experiences, and unique perspectives on the world and learning. Our aim is to actively recruit students that have dropped out, are over-aged and under-credited, or have not found success in the traditional educational system. To better reach this traditionally neglected or abandoned group, we believe in creating a dynamic educational culture rooted in positive relationships, Hip Hop, the arts, and creativity that inspires our students to transcend individual barriers to success.

Application Instructions/Comments

Please contact our Hiring Team to apply: Joey Cienian (joey@hsra.org), Stephanie Miska (stephaniemiska@hsra.org) and Saintanne Tipton (saintanne@hsra.org)
To apply for this job, please contact the person listed.

To apply for this job, please contact the person listed.

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