Upper School Math Instructor
The Upper School Math Instructor is responsible for daily instruction to Upper School students. This includes planning and implementing meaningful learning experiences with an emphasis on collaboration, communication, problem solving, critical thinking, and relationship building. This position requires an instructor with the ability to teach Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and Calculus.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Demonstrates a desire to meaningfully integrate technology into the classroom
- Employs a variety of teaching methods to engage different learning styles and ability levels in the classroom
- Prepares motivating and stimulating lessons that reflect knowledge of the curriculum, child development, and student abilities
- Encourages an inclusive classroom that accepts the different perspectives and backgrounds of the students and elicits a greater understanding of the world around them with a global perspective
- Utilizes a variety of assessments and uses data in the classroom to develop lessons and instructional activities as needed
- Teach in class and online
Teaching and Learning Environment
- Creates a learning environment that is motivating and age appropriate, setting clear expectations for classwork and homework while maintaining current books and instructional resources that support the classroom learning.
- Seeks actively to know students’ strengths and weaknesses and responds promptly and with care to parent concerns. Communicates effectively with parents, colleagues, and administrators
- Demonstrates strong classroom management skills.
Education and Experience
- Master’s degree required. Prior teaching experience, and the ability to contribute meaningfully to extracurricular programming are preferred.
- Candidates must have excellent writing, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
To apply, send resume along with completed application form to Jacqueline Duty (email@example.com).
All candidates must complete an application for employment and be willing to submit to a background check and drug test prior to beginning work. GLCA is a non-smoking campus.
No phone calls please.