The White Mountain School seeks a part-time French teacher to begin duties on August 17, 2020.
We believe this is an incredibly exciting time to be working at The White Mountain School: we take seriously the idea that education must be driven by student inquiry. Learning is more durable, transferable and meaningful when it is motivated by student curiosity and anchored in topics that are relevant-- to them and the world. We believe our students are capable of doing great things, and because of that, our teachers encourage students to ask meaningful, nontrivial questions and then make both time and space for students to answer their own questions as well as communicate their findings. As a teacher, this is an exciting place to live, to work, and to learn.
The ideal candidate will:
Be fluid in French
Be able to teach a range of courses, including French 3-5.
Be interested in progressive curriculum and assessment models,
Be passionate about working with students in and out of the classroom,
Have a sense of humor and a high degree of flexibility,
Interested candidates should submit their resume and their answers to the three questions below (in lieu of a cover letter) via email to WMShiring@whitemountain.org. (Limit your answers for each question to 150 words.)
Question 1: What does student-driven inquiry mean to you, and why are you interested in a school committed to it?
Question 2: If we observed you teaching an amazing class, what would we see?
Question 3: In what ways has your previous work (or studies) demonstrated a commitment to equity and inclusion?
About The White Mountain School
The White Mountain School
Set among the beautiful mountains of northern New Hampshire, The White Mountain School is a college preparatory boarding and day school of 135 students in grades 9-12. Since our founding in 1886, we have remained true to the original focus of New England boarding schools: the development of mind, body and spirit. We develop the mind through our college preparatory curriculum and through a campus-wide ethos of inquiry and engagement in learning. We develop the body through sports and other physical activities, making full use of our spectacular natural setting. We develop the spirit through reflection, exploration of meaning and purpose, and service in the broader world.