Day School Teacher
True Knight is seeking a special individual who is passionate about working with unique children. The ideal candidate should be mission-oriented, a team player, possess strong interpersonal communication skills, and hold high expectations for themselves and our students. Patience and innovation are essential.
The teacher will provide sensory training and behavior modification while integrating academic skills for challenged students in a contained, multi-level classroom of up to 6 students. They should be able to teach in a classical style (ABEKA), be willing to think outside the “normal” educational box, document student progress and achievements, and conduct parent conferences.
Qualification requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in a related field or a combination of education and experience. An education degree is not necessary, but genuine care for special needs children and high expectations are essential. Strong writing skills are a must, and experience with TLP, IM, ABA, PECS, Balametrics, INPP, or ABEKA is preferred.
Day School Teacher’s Aide
At True Knight, a heart for our kids and a lot of patience are prerequisites for all our positions. This role requires working with diverse students who may face academic and behavioral challenges. The teacher’s aide may assist in a specific classroom under the guidance of the Teacher of Record or provide one-on-one tutoring to a student. Additional responsibilities may include clerical work, cleaning, and lunchroom duty.
At True Knight, we all wear multiple hats with the common goal of creating the best learning environment for our students. The teacher’s aide must have a high school diploma, some exposure to special needs students, and a willingness to follow our academic lead. Some college experience is preferred but not required for the right candidate.
The right person for this position needs to love our special needs students. They must have a heart for kids and education. Our after-school program integrates brain training activities with fundamental academics.
The right person is mission-oriented and a team player has strong interpersonal communication skills and has high expectations of themselves and our students. Patience and innovation are a must. The candidate must be willing to work through school break camps.
Some college education is required, and previous experience with special needs students is a plus.