Responsible for organizing, implementing, and providing an educational program where students have the opportunity to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, spiritual, and psychological growth.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Planning and Instruction
Demonstrates knowledge of and proficiency with subject matter
Designs and implements effective instruction to engage student learning
Plans and delivers instruction for a variety of learners
Develops lessons that consider multiple perspectives
Motivates students to engage in the learning process
Understands and uses assessment to promote student learning
Creates an environment that promotes respect, rapport, and learning
Establishes effective relationships with students
Communicates clear and consistent expectations for learning, behavior, and achievement
Monitors and manages student behavior effectively
Communicates effectively with families, students, and colleagues
Communicates student progress in a timely and thorough manner
Demonstrates effective written and oral communication skills
Supports the mission and values of the school
Supports the programs and priorities of the department, division, and school
Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with faculty, students, and parents
Demonstrates professional behavior
Seeks and develops opportunities for professional growth
Attends and participates in required meetings, school events, and committee work
Performs duties as required/requested
Education and/or Experience:
Minimum 3 years classroom teaching experience preferred
Experience with using technology in teaching and learning
About Breck School
Breck School is a single-campus, P-12, Episcopal independent school where living our mission means always reimagining, reinventing, and reanimating learning — both to model the process and rewards of authentic, meaningful learning for Breck students, and to continually grow, evolve, and reinvigorate as a learning enterprise.
Founded in 1886, Breck is located in Golden Valley, Minnesota, about five minutes west of downtown Minneapolis. We serve a community of approximately 1150 students on our 50-acre campus. Visit www.breckschool.org for more information.
Breck students are independent thinkers, self-starters, socially conscious problem solvers, thoughtful athletes, visionary artists, perpetually curious and perpetually learning citizens. We want every Breck graduate to be fully realized human beings, confident, capable, and compassionate enough to change the world in the way he or she sees fit. If that approach mirrors yours, we encourage your further interest.