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Math teachers develop and execute engaging and interactive math lessons creating an environment which allows students to think critically and independently.Â The teachers are responsible for developing curriculum, supervising students both in and out of the classroom and maintaining up-to-date teaching techniques to provide students with a quality educational experience.Â Teachers build relationships with students, families, and staff in order to foster a culture of community. Teachers are expected to maintain strong lines of communication with families about student progress, and to support and collaborate closely with colleagues in the pursuit of Labâ™s mission. We are looking for team members who emanate optimism, share feedback to solve problems, reflect on how their actions impact others, and take ownership of creating a learning environment and culture in which they want to participate each day.
The Math Department is responsible for the math education of students in grades 6 - 12.
Â The courses taught by the Math Department include Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II, Discrete Math, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus.Â
Two levels of math classes, regular paced and accelerated, both of which are college preparatory, are offered. Math teachers report to their respective Principals and are responsible to the Math Department Chair.
All teachers are expected to perform in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement and are expected to work the required 179 days or days as stipulated in that agreement.
Anticipated start date for this position is 9/1/2020.
Ability to quickly adapt to changing circumstances and be flexible in work with students.
Ability to interact with a diverse group of faculty, staff, students, and parents required.
Knowledge of diversity, equity and inclusion issues, and dynamics in the classroom and in developing healthy, supportive relationships with all students.
Strong knowledge of course subject matter required.
Knowledge of instructional methodologies required.
Strong knowledge of child development required.
Ability to develop curricula, lesson plans, and assessment tools required.
Analytical skills required.
Problem-solving skills required.
Decision-making skills required.
Attention to detail required.
Organizational skills required.
Computational skills required.
Verbal and written communication skills
Interpersonal skills required.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team required.
Ability to manage stressful situations required.
Ability to maintain confidentiality required.
Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, and meet deadlines required.
Ability to use standard productivity software (Microsoft Office, calendar/schedule software, etc.) required.
Physical Requirements for Teaching Positions:
Ability to move in and around the classroom/building to interact with students, faculty, staff, parents, and other members of the community.
Ability to move class-related equipment/tools, as appropriate, around school property
When appropriate, the ability to escort children from one classroom to another, in and out of the building during arrival and dismissal, and in an emergency situation.
Ability to demonstrate lessons, when appropriate.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities associated with it.
Unit Experience:Â Â
Education: Â Â Â
Bachelor's degree inÂ Math or related fieldsÂ required.
Advanced degree preferred.Â
Experience: Â Â Â Â Â
Two years of teaching experience required.
Experience teaching high school math strongly preferred.
Teaching experience at any level of math preferred.Â
Experience working with a wide range of students with diverse backgrounds, such as race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, learning abilities, class, language and nationality, preferred.Â
â‹NOTE:Â When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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