Are you looking for a stimulating summer work opportunity - one that will allow you to be part of a growing program, work with talented educators, and enjoy a beautiful campus rich in history and technology? If so, Lakeside School's Summer School program is for you!
Our summer program is currently recruiting for a Word History Teacher. Lakeside Summer School offers for-credit and skill-building courses for students entering grades 9-12. This course is a survey of the formative events, ideas, and conditions of the world from the rise of Islam to the Age of Enlightenment (from the eighth to 18th centuries). Using project-based learning, students will practice the skills necessary for successful historical inquiry: critical reading of a variety of sources, cogent analytical writing, participating successfully in class discussions, engaging in substantive research, and speaking persuasively. Projects may include an ancient cultural heritage preservation project, a role-playing “diplomacy challenge” project for early modern empires, and an Art in Context project focusing on the European Renaissance. The course culminates with a student-driven, comprehensive research project. This is a graded course, and students will earn one year of credit for the course. There will be about three hours of homework assigned each day. The position will be part time. The class will run June 24 – August 2, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., with one additional hour per day of designated office hours. There will be a mandatory orientation on Thursday, June 20.
Click here to learn more about the Lakeside School Summer Program and to see full class descriptions of courses offered during the summer of 2019.
Create the curriculum for this course.
Create organized and engaging lesson plans for each day.
Supervise and instruct students during class time.
Provide individual support to students needing additional instruction.
Provide written comments at the end of the course for each student.
Compensation The stipend for this position is $7,500. Lunch is included. The course will only run if enough students register. Enrollment will remain open until June 1. If the number of students enrolled is too small on June 1, the course will not run, and, therefore, the stipend will not be paid. For questions regarding this position contact Kat Yorks, Director of Summer School Programs. PLEASE DO NOT SEND APPLICATION MATERIALS TO KAT YORKS's EMAIL.
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Lakeside School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.
Teaching experience with high-school level students.
Experience with curriculum development.
Experience in working with a wide range of learning styles.
Excellent communication and human relation skills.
Cultural awareness, including knowledge of themselves and the cultural lenses they bring to interactions and an ability to communicate with people from cultures different than their own.
Strong organizational skills.
Positive and collaborative attitude.
Sense of humor and enthusiasm.
Candidates must satisfactorily complete two criminal background checks.
About Lakeside School
Lakeside School was founded in 1919, and currently enrolls 858 students in grades 5 through 12 from diverse ethnic, racial, religious, and economic backgrounds.
The School’s Mission and shared commitment of all Lakeside employees is to develop in intellectually capable young people the creative minds, healthy bodies, and ethical spirits to contribute wisdom, compassion, and leadership to a global society. We provide a rigorous, dynamic academic program through which effective educators lead students to take responsibility for learning. We are committed to sustaining a school in which individuals representing diverse cultures and experiences instruct one another in the meaning and value of community and in the joy and importance of lifelong learning.