The Washington Waldorf School, located in Bethesda, Maryland, is seeking a full-time high school math teacher beginning in fall 2018.
Requirements include a bachelor’s degree or higher. Advanced degree, high school teaching experience, and Waldorf teaching credentials are preferred. If coming without Waldorf teaching credentials, applicant will be required to participate in additional professional development / Waldorf training.
Duties include teaching some or all of the following math courses:
Main Lesson Blocks (classes daily for 3-4 weeks)
Grade 9 Combinations & Permutations
Grade 10 Pi & Trigonometry
Grade 11 Projective Geometry
Grade 12 Calculus
Math skills courses (classes 4/week all year)
Grade 9 Algebra
Grade 10 Geometry
Grade 11 Algebra II & Trigonometry
Grade 12 Pre-Calculus, Calculus
And possibly a whole high school elective.
In addition, full-time faculty responsibilities include the following:
Classroom teaching, including class preparation and grading
Work with adolescents with a variety of learning styles and different levels of skill and ability
Advise up to 10 students (includes parent meetings, college recommendations)
Sponsor a class (includes parent evenings, class activities, weekly class forums)
Professional development / Waldorf training
Faculty meetings and committees
Participate in planning and chaperoning student trips/activities (includes week-long trips in May, possibly a week-long trip in September, school dances, field trips)
Attend and assist in school events and fundraising
Work collaboratively with colleagues and parentsManage and maintain classroom(s) / physical spaces, equipment, and supplies.
To apply please email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com, attn: Steve Smith. No phone calls please.
About Washington Waldorf School
The Washington Waldorf School, located in Bethesda, Maryland, educates the whole child through an innovative curriculum that integrates academics, the arts, and practical skills. We offer programs from infancy through Grade 12, at our newly renovated building for about 300 students. Washington Waldorf is one of more than a thousand Waldorf schools around the world, based on the pioneering work of the Austrian philosopher, Rudolf Steiner.