curricular development and alignment
design of skills-based assessments
grading (including mid-term narrative comments and end-of-term rubrics)
regular communication with the student, her/his parents, and the student’s advisor regarding the student’s progress
one-on-one student tutorial Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 3:00-3:30 pm
weekly course team meetings and monthly discipline team meetings
In addition the instructor will serve as a study hall monitor for one period a week. The instructor will also attend faculty orientations.
The ideal candidate
· finds resonance with The Bay School mission and philosophy
· possesses a Bachelor’s degree or higher in English
· has experience
-teaching courses in English literature, composition and/or creative writing at the high school level;
-working effectively with a range of students;
-thinking broadly and innovatively about curriculum and pedagogy;
-weaving ethical and/or spiritual considerations into the curriculum and classroom;
· demonstrates variety and adaptability in teaching and assessment methods;
· values individual learning styles;
· brings a diversity of teaching and life experience;
· values collegial collaboration as a means to improve the curriculum and student experience as well as her/his own craft;
· dedicates her/himself to anti-bias, social justice and equity work;
· commits to pedagogy development, innovation, professional growth and reinvention;
· demonstrates a passion for subject matter as well as for teaching and learning;
· enjoys working with high school learners.
If interested in the position, please send the items below to: email@example.com, attn: Lise Shelton, Dean of Faculty.
1) Cover letter describing your interest in the position as well as how you anticipate contributing to the school
3) A lesson plan you’ve used in a previous course; make sure to indicate for what course the lesson was developed, for what age group the lesson was directed, and at what point in the course the lesson was used.