World Language Teacher - Spanish
Certified Teacher for the 2017-2018 School Year
Must possess knowledge of
Project Based Learning
Computer Programs and Applications
Authentic Assessment Methods
21st Century Skills
Must be able to
Embrace and implement innovative instructional strategies
Be flexible and adapt to student and school needs
Integrate and develop multidisciplinary curriculum
Be organized, reflective, participatory and punctual
Be passionate for instructional excellence and meaningful school reform
Focus on student engagement
Duties and Responsibilities
Attend all required professional development (Spring and Summer 2015)
Work cooperatively with other personnel to improve instructional program
Effectively use computer and technology skills consistent with the school?s operating standards
Possess an understanding and willingness to teach multi-disciplinary, project based, rigorous curriculum
Effectively partner with business, industry, government, and community members
Evaluate student progress and adapt individual programs to meet student needs
Effectively teach 21st Century Skills
Implement curriculum with rigor, purpose, and planning
Do you have a passion for excellence and meaningful school reform?
Does an environment of team teaching and collaboration energize you?
Does the idea of pioneering new approaches to learning excite you?
Do you enjoy working with students to help them become responsible and successful?
Is it important to you to enjoy what you're doing and have fun?
Develop and organize a team-taught, technology-based, integrated curriculum that meets state, district and national standards?
Use authentic assessment methods, evaluate student progress and adapt individual programs to meet student needs?
Work cooperatively with other personnel to improve instructional programs and the overall cooperation of the school?
Reports To: School Leader
- Teacher of World Languages - Spanish Grades K-12
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