Candidates should have a willingness to teach high level math classes to middle school
students. Those classes include Geometry, Algebra II, Functions/Statistics/
Trigonometry (FST), and Pre-Calculus. The Math Department members utilize the
TI84+CE graphing calculator and its many applications (i.e. coding) as well as other
math applications, including DESMOS and GeoGebra. As the students participate in
local math competitions, strong candidates have experience coaching or assisting a
Candidates have a strong understanding of the middle school child and will bring a
sense of humor, empathy, and collaboration to campus. This candidate is flexible and
stays current with educational research in order to be prepared to teach the course
content effectively. A strong understanding of utilizing technology as a teaching tool in
our one-to-one computing environment is important. Teachers should include a variety
of teaching strategies in and out of the classroom in order to be effective for all types of learners. This may include, but not limited to: hands-on learning; project-based
learning; place-based learning; collaborative activities; content reading; discussion; and technology.
Strong candidates will have 5-7 years of middle or high school experience. While all
applicants will hold a Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Mathematics (Grades
6-12), a Master’s degree is preferred.
Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and at least two references to Sarah Kemeness, Head of Upper School, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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