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Extra Lesson Teacher

Oct 25 2017 | Waldorf School at Moraine Farm | Beverly, MA

Job Title: Extra Lesson Teacher
Overview of Position:
Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is seeking a qualified Extra Lesson teacher to work collaboratively with the faculty, administration and the Education Support Committee to provide extra lesson assessments and supportive activities for the healthy development of individual students and classes. This is a part-time contract position. Duties include:
Conducting Second Grade Assessments, and providing written reports and meetings for parents as needed
Providing individual remedial lessons at school, and meet with teachers to share “carry over” ideas for the classroom.
Conducting ongoing individual Extra Lesson assessments as requested by teachers through a process with the Education Support Committee, for students showing needs
Participation with the Education Support Committee in making recommendations for additional (non-academic) ongoing support for any student or class in need
Conducting classroom observations as requested by teachers through the Education Support Committee
Supporting teachers in bringing classroom movement, circle games and Extra Lesson drawing & painting activities that support social and physical development, as well as classroom learning
Supporting teachers at parent meetings where learning or behavior may be impacted by developmental gaps in sensory or reflex integration.
Clearly articulating the Extra Lesson work and its inherent and unique value to healthy childhood development as part of a robust Waldorf education

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree (B.A.) or equivalent from four-year college or university
Certified in Waldorf’s Extra Lesson Remedial Program
At least three years of teaching experience
Strong interpersonal, communication, writing and organizational skills

Preferred Qualifications
Master’s degree (M.A.) or equivalent
Trained in special education, including reading and interpreting neuropsychological and IEP reports
Broad experience in the field of special education and alternative therapeutic support options
Waldorf early childhood or class teacher experience

Our healthy, thriving school, now in its 30th year, is a full member of AWSNA. Our school has approximately 120 children enrolled in nursery through eighth grade. Children in grades one through eight participate in several subject classes, including Physical Education, Music (Strings and Orchestra), Handwork, and Foreign Languages (German and Spanish). Our Early Childhood program includes kindergarten, nursery, and parent-child classes. Our faculty is a diverse, multi-generational group of men and women. We are a mix of both new and experienced teachers. We are committed to faculty support and development and provide ongoing mentoring and regular evaluation. Our governance structure includes a full time Executive Director, Faculty Administrator and a College of Teachers. We enjoy strong collaborative relationships among our Faculty, College, Board, and Parents.
We are located in a picturesque area just north of Boston, Massachusetts. Our school is now in our fourth year at our new campus on historic Moraine Farm. We are a short, commuter-train ride to Boston, with its world class symphony orchestra, museums, and universities. To learn more about our school, visit our website, www.waldorfmoraine.org.

We invite you to send a letter of introduction, your resume, and a completed employment application (found on our web site) to Waldorf School at Moraine Farm, Attention: Teacher Search Committee, 701 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA, 01915. Please send email inquiries or electronic application materials to [email protected]

We look forward to hearing from you!

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