High School Math Teacher
Coastal Waters Chartered Public School was founded with one purpose - to build a space for all students to grow, learn, and create in community. Through a unique teaching approach and a truly passionate staff, we are here to guide students as they develop academically and personally to achieve their best selves. Our collaborative model ensures that families will be supported and valued, and are no less a part of the journey than the daily school experience. At Coastal Waters, we will ensure a safe space which celebrates each and every member of the community - within our walls and beyond.
Our school is guided by the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner.
The high school math faculty are responsible for the day-to-day instruction and collaborative oversight of the students in Grades 9-12. This position includes responsibilities such as advising students, leading clubs, chaperoning field trips, participating in faculty committees, and engaging positively in the life of the school. We encourage strong relationships, inclusivity, input, and innovation within the teaching and student community.
We are searching for High School faculty that have the experience and desire to share their knowledge and excitement for Math.
· Teaching experience preferred.
· Bachelor’s degree is required. Master’s degree in education or specific subject area preferred.
· Waldorf teaching and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience preferred. Waldorf training provided on-site and via professional development opportunities.
· An understanding and appreciation of adolescents.
· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, verbal and written.
· Basic computer proficiency.
· Demonstrated teaching capacity in experiential and project-based learning, as well as a commitment to continued learning (e.g., Waldorf and general educational trends, Curative Education, educational technology, DEIJ, etc.).
· Experience with, or willingness to engage with, consensus-based decision-making model.
· Familiarity with, or an understanding of, Restorative Justice models of discipline.
· Ability to interact comfortably with all types of members of the community, including teachers, administrators, parents, and students.
· An interest in active engagement within our school and out in the greater community.
· Teach main lesson blocks in grades 9-12 in one or more of the main subject areas (i.e., humanities, math, science, etc.)
· Teach regularly scheduled skills classes
· Attend, and contribute to, weekly high school and full-faculty meetings
· Serve as a student and class advisor
· Collaborate with student support staff to ensure that all students are learning at their highest potential
· Actively participate in committee work
· Maintain regular and timely contact with parents/guardians to keep them apprised of student progress, including parent/teacher conferences, reports, etc.
· Support community outreach, partnerships/collaborations, volunteer opportunities
If you are interested in this position, please go to the following link and complete the application. https://forms.gle/y1hne5G9ZoVcmbgm6
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