Teaching at Noble is ideal for instructors motivated by the certainty that all of their students can and will succeed, eager for the autonomy to design the vision and content of their classrooms, and rooted in the desire to continuously improve their instruction through data. We are looking for mission-aligned Social Studies teachers for the 2019-2020 academic year who will open the world of history, geography, and political science to our students. Each Social Studies teacher is responsible for cultivating a community of learners in which diversity of thought is celebrated and results are achieved. Noble Social Studies teachers provide frequent opportunities for students to practice the skills and habits necessary to be successful in school, critically read, and present persuasive positions on current events rooted in their knowledge of the past.
Our Social Studies teachers are expected to:
design and implement long term, unit, and lesson plans aligned to the SAT domains and dimensions,
hold self and all students accountable during class, transitions, and school events,
utilize data from in class and Network-wide formative and summative assessments to drive instruction and intervention, and
exemplify Noble’s Core Values in the work they do.
Above all else, Noble Social Studies teachers must invest our students in the beauty and power of understanding their history.
Noble Quality Non-negotiables
A belief that all students, regardless of background and current ability, can succeed in high school, college, and life
A belief in executing Noble’s approach to high expectations
A record of pursuing and achieving ambitious results
A regular practice of reflection and desire to continuously improve
A bachelor’s degree
Eligibility to work in the United States on a full-time basis
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About Noble Schools
Noble is Chicago’s highest-performing and largest network of public charter high schools. Our 18 schools and 1,300 employees currently serve over 12,300 students, 98% of whom are minority, 89% low-income, and 83% first-generation college goers. The School Quality and Rating Policy scores for the Chicago Public Schools rated Noble campuses as ten of the top fifteen public high schools in the city. We believe our people are the most valuable asset in preparing our students to be successful in college and lead exemplary lives. For that reason, we are looking for the best talent in education.