Fort Mojave Indian Tribe - Anya itpak Pre-K and Elementary School
Bullhead City, AZ
PK, KG, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
The behavior specialist understands how
learners grow and develop, recognizing
that patterns of learning and
development vary individually within and
across cognitive, linguistic, social,
emotional, and physical areas, and
designs and implements developmentally
appropriate and challenging learning
experiences. The behavior specialist
uses understanding of individual
differences and diverse cultures and
communities to ensure inclusive learning
environments that enable each learner to
meet high standards or academic and
social/emotional achievement. The
behavior specialist understands and uses
multiple methods of assessment to engage
learners in their own growth, to monitor
learner progress, and to guide the
behavior specialist’s and learner’s
•Serve as an integral part of the school
leadership team and support principal
with trauma informed care of students
and positive behavior support
•Support in the implementation of the
Board of Education approved Behavioral
Flowchart and Matrix, providing tiered
•Deep knowledge of Multi-Tiered Systems
of Support and Response-to-Interventions
•Provide in-class, in-person supports
and teaching of SEL (Social-Emotional
Learning) instructional units on a
•Conduct Functional Behavioral Analysis
for students with IEPs at their 3-year
re-evaluation for specialized services
or initial eligibility meeting.
•Investigate principal, teacher,
student, or parent concerns as it
relates to the overall well-being of
•Demonstrates an understanding of how
children/adolescents learn and develop.
•Designs and implements developmentally
•Make appropriate and timely provisions
for individual students with particular
learning differences and needs.
•Differentiates interventions according
to students’ learning differences or
•Collaborates with students, families,
and colleagues to build a safe, trauma-
informed, positive school climate of
openness, mutual respect, and support.
•Communicates with students, staff, and
families in ways that respect the Mojave
culture and promotes a positive school
•Establishes and monitors elements of a
safe and productive learning
environment, including norms,
expectations, routines, and
•Assesses, monitors, and provides
feedback to students on their academic
and/or behavioral progress.
•Evaluates and adjusts strategies and
interventions based on student outcomes.
•Collects and reviews data related to
school climate goals.
•Varies roles during the instructional
process (e.g., instructor, facilitator,
guide, and observer).
•Engages in ongoing learning
opportunities to develop and apply
knowledge and skills.
•Uses multiple sources of evidence to
self-assess professional practice.
•Demonstrates knowledge of legal and
ethical rights and responsibilities.
•Takes an active role in counseling
and/or providing social/emotional
supports to students.
•Works with other school related
professionals to plan and jointly
facilitate learning on how to meet the
diverse needs of learners.
Open until filled
all states are encouraged to apply.
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Fort Mojave Indian Tribe - Anya itpak is an
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1665 Roosevelt Road
Mohave Valley , AZ 86440
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