At North Bridge Academy we teach dyslexic students. Our mission is to close their learning gaps and to develop their potential. Every day we provide opportunities for our students to see themselves as capable learners, encouraging them to develop their strengths.
North Bridge Academy (NorthBridgeAcademy.org) is a non-profit school in Mill Valley, CA. We serve high-functioning dyslexic learners in grades 2 - 8.
This is a half-time position from 8am-12pm. Full-time opportunity is available and depends on a candidate's skills and professional interests. This position is ideal for a Math teacher who enjoys small class settings (8-12 students per class) and teaching project-based, multisensory lessons. The chosen candidate must have training in Making Math Real or similar methodologies and enjoy the freedom to create their own lessons rather than follow a textbook. There are three daily sections (one per grade) of math: one 6th grade, one grade 6/7 and one grade 7/8.
Familiarity with learning management systems such as Blackboard or Canvas, a must. Must be comfortable with email communication and interacting with parents. The chosen candidate will be responsible for implementing a scope and sequence, regular assessments (both formal and informal), and providing several project-based math lessons throughout the school year.
To create and maintain a climate of trust and positive regard for students
To plan and deliver Math instruction for grades 6, 7 and 8 (through Algebra I)
To maintain clear communication regarding homework assignments, classroom expectations and community agreements
To accurately assess each student's progress and complete quarterly Progress Reports
To collaborate with the school staff (Learning Specialist, Homeroom Teachers, Operations Manager and Head of School) and parents
About North Bridge Academy
At North Bridge Academy (www.northbridgeacademy.org) we teach elementary and middle school aged students with dyslexia. Our mission is to close their learning gaps and to help them learn at the level of their potential. Every day, we provide opportunities for our students to see themselves as capable learners, and we encourage them to develop their strengths.