➢Teach a class of about 20 students in the context of an integrated curriculum, possibly with a teaching partner ➢Teach an integrated mathematics curriculum to middle school students in a K-8 setting ➢Work to ensure academic excellence by fully knowing students and adapting curricula to meet their needs ➢Collaborate in the design and implementation of an integrated curriculum ➢Keep careful anecdotal and assessment records and use them to write accurate, comprehensive student reports ➢Act as an advisor to a group of middle school students ➢Commit to the academic and social mission of The School, which requires differentiation to meet the needs of a diverse community ➢Participate fully in the active and rich life of the school ➢Mentor a teacher in the Associate Teacher Program (if conditions and schedule allow) ➢Fulfill duties, responsibilities and commitments as outlined in the Working at The School at Columbia University guidebook ➢Engage in ongoing communication with parents/guardians
➢Fluency in Spanish ➢Knowledge of latest research and thinking about mathematics education ➢Familiarity with new technologies
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