Miss Porter's is committed to offering a distinctive, student-centered curriculum that helps girls to build skills in the traditional liberal arts while also specifically preparing them for successful careers and lives of purpose in a dynamic, fast-paced future. We pride ourselves in offering an interdisciplinary, experiential, collaborative, and project-based curriculum that requires students to explore and address the authentic problems facing our world today. Through this curriculum, students will become — in the words of our mission — “informed, bold, resourceful and ethical global citizens.”
This role entails teaching three sections of an Advanced Interdisciplinary Seminar course in Statistics. The course is taught in an intensive, trimester-long format (90-minute blocks meeting each day for ten weeks), meaning that the teacher would teach one section each trimester. The curriculum for the course exists. This is a part-time position with no additional duties required.
About Miss Porter's School
Miss Porter's School educates young women to become informed, bold, resourceful and ethical global citizens. We expect our graduates to shape a changing world.
In keeping with our founder's vision, Miss Porter's School joins tradition with innovation to provide an exemplary education to young women. Generation after generation, our leadership is defined by our ability to articulate how young women think, how young women learn, and why gender matters. Within our legacy lies our future.
Our Core Characteristics:
The Miss Porter's School community cultivates and commends the following core characteristics:
• Intellectual Curiosity
• Global Citizenship