The Upper School Long Term Substitute Math Teacher will start work March 29th and work through mid-June. This full-time teacher is responsible for teaching four high school mathematics classes. Work will be completed on campus, with some work done remotely. In addition to daily responsibilities, Upper School teachers are expected to participate in, and lead activities that include but are not limited to extra-curricular, experiential, and community service learning across grade levels.
The Math Teacher utilizes a variety of teaching methods to support different learning styles and have experience teaching the whole spectrum of courses from algebra through advanced calculus and/or statistics. Curriculum is designed to address conceptual links between mathematical subjects. Responsibilities include working with students and colleagues to enrich the school’s life outside the classroom. Faculty members also serve as guidance counselors for a cohort of student advisees.
If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply at: https://catlin.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
BA in mathematics required
At least two years’ demonstrated effective teaching experience (preferably in a high school setting)
Understanding and experience with student-centered teaching, inquiry-based learning
Knowledge of experiential learning through hands-on tasks, projects, and guided reflection
Experience in competency- or standards-based teaching and assessment a plus
Experience in curriculum development
Experience and/or interest in computer programming
Teaching background and demonstrated experience with adolescents
Advanced skills in use of internet, e-mail, and other appropriate technology applications
About Catlin Gabel School
Catlin Gabel School is a coeducational, independent day school located on 54 acres in the West Hills neighborhood of Portland, Oregon formed in 1957 by the merger of the Catlin Hillside School, which had been founded as Miss Catlin’s School in 1911, and the Gabel Country Day School, whose roots extend to 1859 with the founding of The Portland Academy. The campus itself is a former farm with beautiful trees, fields, and plantings that has been modernized and upgraded over the years with new and renovated buildings that blend in with the natural surroundings.
We offer a broad and challenging curriculum based on a progressive philosophy with small classes designed to educate the total person, incorporating the academic along with the arts, physical education, and a strong sense of community service. The school enrolls nearly 740 students in Pre-Kindergarten through twelfth grade and has 100 faculty members committed to diversity among students, faculty and staff. Catlin Gabel is an equal opportunity employer.