Provide academic subject instruction in math, ensuring that curriculum map and schedule are followed. Specific areas of focus include Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, and Geometry.
Plan for class activities, including preparing units and daily lesson plans, identifying materials to implement class activities, preparing class projects, giving children feedback on completed work to ensure mastery of presented material, and grading of tests and assignments in a timely manner.
Confer with other teachers concerning cross-curricular opportunities.
Communicate with parents on a regular basis about schedule, assignments, events, and individual student needs. Meet with parents during scheduled conferences during the school year.
Maintain grades and curriculum assessments online.
Attend weekly faculty meetings with division head and curriculum meetings as needed.
Collaborates as a team player with teaching colleagues and administration.
Supports school by attending school sponsored events and activities.
Commits to ongoing professional development via workshop attendance, visiting other schools, and webinars.
Learns new skills and integrates technology as changing pedagogy dictates.
Models self-disciplined and ethical behavior.
Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university required in field of mathematics or mathematics education.
Ability to demonstrate initiative, leadership, collaboration, and independent thinking.
Possess strong people skills and emotional intelligence when dealing with students, parents, and colleagues, as well as a demonstrated understanding of and investment in the school.
Proven experience as a Math Teacher.
Organized, flexible disposition.
A thorough understanding of best practices in teaching.