Teaches elementary school students a variety of subjects to develop academic, social, and motor skills by performing the following duties: Plans and develops course study suitable for a particular grade level, Pre K-8, following curriculum guidelines of the school. Develops and presents specific lesson plans using a variety of means, including lectures, projects, group discussions, exhibits, field trips, audiovisual and library resources, computers and the Internet. Prepares assignments and tests for in-school preparation and homework. Monitors, assists, corrects, and grades student performances. Conducts standardized tests in accordance with school polices and state law. Maintains order in classroom, and administers discipline when necessary to achieve proper behavior. Shares, with other teachers and aides, lunchroom duties and responsibility for monitoring halls and recess periods. Counsels students when academic difficulties or behavioral problems arise.Keeps records of academic performance, attendance, and social acclimation. Reports on all aspects of student development for school records and parents; conducts parent-teacher conferences on both a regularly scheduled and as-need basis. Consults with other professionals where there appears to be evidence of learning disabilities or problems of social adjustment. Coordinates decisions with parents concerning specialized interventions that appear warranted. Reports cases of suspected child abuse according to state law. Participates in faculty meetings, educational conferences, professional training seminars and workshops.QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; and one to three years related experience and/or training preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Valid Montana Teaching Certificate or sufficient credits for state accreditation as an elementary school teacher. Valid Montana drivers license.