Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) Teacher – Special Education Services
- Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Exceptionalities Licensure
- Experience in conducting evaluations, report writing, and case conference requirements
- Knowledgeable of IDEA, IAC Code – Article 7 and compliance monitoring
RESPONSIBLE TO: Wabash River Special Services Cooperative Director of Special Education
RESPONSIBILITIES: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher of Record:
- Will serve as a DHH liaison between Building Administrators, Special Educators, Paraprofessionals., Student Caseload, and Parents in assigned school corporation(s) and the WRSSC Director of Special Education.
- Will serve as a resource for General/Special Education teachers and Building Administrators in assigned school corporations regarding policy/procedures, rules/regulations and special education services for DHH students.
- Serve as members of the multi-disciplinary team in evaluation of students for programs/services in Special Education
- Will provide consultant services and technical assistance to the school staff of assigned corporations regarding curriculum, methodology and equipment
- Will conduct, participate and assist as a representative of WRSSC in order to determine compliance with the requirements of P.L. 101-476, P.L. 99-457, Article VII and other applicable state and federal regulations in all case conference with procedures and paperwork
- Will participate in pre-referral activities by conducting observations, assessments and /or interaction with General Education Intervention Teams
- Will participate in, conduct and organize needed in-service activities in assigned school corporations.
- Will assist in reviewing student’s special education records to adhere to federal and state regulations.
- Will ensure and monitor in their assigned school corporations the process of pre-referrals, referrals, evaluations, case conferences and placements of all DHH students.
- Will participate in professional training programs in order to keep abreast of current trends and issues, rules/regulations, research, case law, materials, and information regarding special education issues.
- Will perform other duties deemed necessary as directed by the Director of Special Education.