We are currently seeking a full-time Math Teacher to join our team! This position would begin teaching mid-January 2019 at the beginning of our second semester.
Duties include but are not limited to:
provide a stimulating learning environment for each child
exhibit enthusiasm for the topics s/he teaches
collaborate as a team player with teaching colleagues and administrators
partner with parents, communicating effectively and frequently with them
market the school by a willingness to showcase her/his teaching and to communicate with prospective families
be an engaged member of the Lyndon Institute community, showing support and involvement in student activities outside of the classroom
model behavior that reflects the Mission, Vision, and Values of Lyndon Institute
attend all faculty meetings throughout the year (these may begin before 7:30 a.m. or end after 3:00 p.m.)
participate in special education teams, IEP and/or 504 meetings to meet the needs of the students
attend all required school events
use instructional time effectively, focusing full attention on the students
accept responsibility for a safe and clean environment within the classroom
create lesson plans that are aligned to appropriate standards and expectations
manage classroom behavior, enforce policies and rules set forth in the Student Handbook. Make appropriate referrals to Campus Life for behavioral issues.
create a substitute folder (with all required documents) and keep it on file in Campus Life
complete mandatory reporter, CPR, first aid and sexual misconduct training, as required
inform the Assistant Head for Curriculum & Instruction of the progress of students and concerns about students, make appropriate referrals to other student support resources available on campus
keep daily attendance and developmental records
We are seeking candidates with a broad teaching range who have an array of course experiences. This position may teach subjects ranging from Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, and Statistics. Candidates with a foundation in standards-based curriculum and experience with proficiencies are preferred.
About Lyndon Institute
Lyndon Institute is a comprehensive, independent high school providing thoughtful and rigorous preparation for students of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont and beyond to reach their intellectual, creative, and physical potential. One of the remaining "town academies", our student population consists of local day students, as well as our residential program which includes both domestic and international boarding students.