Moravian Academy is seeking a part-time teacher of Latin. This person is responsible for teaching one section of sixth grade and one section of seventh grade Latin.
Strengthen an introductory Latin program starting with one section of sixth grade and one section of seventh grade.
Design and deliver lessons to advance language learning and understanding of Classical Civilizations. Language learning starts with a beginning level over two years in Grades 6 and 7.
Establish and maintain an open relationship with students and parents through communications and feedback.
Understand, communicate, and exemplify the mission, vision, and values of Moravian Academy.
Bachelor's degree; Master’s preferred
Use technology creatively in the classroom to enhance the curriculum and the learning experience of students.
Ability to design lessons to meet the needs of diverse learners in a supportive environment using multiple approaches to teaching and learning while developing a love for and an enjoyment of the language.
Readiness to teach students simultaneously online and in person.
Founded in 1742, Moravian Academy is a coeducational primer-grade 12 independent college preparatory school. The Academy, located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has an enrollment of over 700 students. The school has three divisions: the lower school (primer-grade 5), the middle school (grades 6-8) and the upper school (grades 9-12). Our lower and middle schools are located in historic downtown Bethlehem and the upper school is located on a bucolic 120-acre campus in Bethlehem Township, approximately 6 miles from the downtown campus. Moravian Academy is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools, and the Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education.
Moravian Academy is a church-related school whose Moravian tradition affirms that young people best realize their potential in an atmosphere of love and understanding. We seek to promote the child’s full development in mind, body and spirit. Since 1742, our tradition has encouraged sound innovations to meet the contemporary challenges while recognizing the permanence of basic human values.