Games and Movement - Long Term Sub
PLEASE EMAIL RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: SarahArnold@northeastwoodland.org
Long Term Substitute Games and Movement Teacher (K-8th grade), 20 hours a week.
February 2023 through May 2023.
Northeast Woodland brings a comprehensive public education, integrating academics, arts movement, nature, and social responsibility into everyday learning. Dedicated to the optimal development of each individual child, Northeast Woodland will nurture intellectual, social, emotional, and physical capacities through an artistic, hands-on, interdisciplinary approach to core academic subjects which enables each student to blossom into an imaginative, engaged, and competent life-long learner. Inspired by Rudolf Steiner’s developmental model as well as aligned with the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education principles and the NH Core Curriculum, Northeast Woodland offers prekindergarten to eighth grade classes, as well as a variety of specialty classes, including French, Music, Movement, Outdoor Education, and Handwork.
General Statement of Responsibilities:
Our school is seeking a dynamic candidate who will be working as part of a collaborative team with class teachers educating kindergarten through 8th grade students. The ideal applicant will be an experienced elementary and middle school games and movement teacher who is able to work with students with a variety of learning styles and different levels of skill and ability.
Responsibilities include planning and teaching each class once a week, where classes are designed to support the overall student’s development and encourage a love of movement. Essential to this role is working with parents establishing respectful communication and relationships. Specialty teachers will also serve the school through committee work and other administrative responsibilities as well as through close collegial work with the faculty.
Salary and Benefits: This is a part-time position within regular school hours. Salary based on experience and qualifications.
Skills and training:
• Have received at least a bachelor’s degree at an approved higher education institution
• Have received a certificate in Waldorf education or have experience as a teacher in a Waldorf school
• Demonstrate a strong commitment to the mission, pedagogy and methods of Waldorf education
• Possess a clear and demonstrable concern for the children to be taught.
• Have experience in teaching, with an ability to demonstrate excellence in the integration of arts,
movement, and project-based learning into the classroom
• Be able to differentiate instruction based on the needs of students
• Understand how to use formative and summative assessment to inform teaching practice
• Have excellent communication skills and an ability to work well with colleagues, administration,
• Be willing to seek additional training and certification, such as the requirements set forth in NCLB for
“Highly Qualified” teachers; and
• Seek continual learning and self-development.
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