The Chapin School seeks a math teacher for Grades 10–12 to start immediately. Master’s degree and teaching experience preferred. Ideal candidates have familiarity with integrated math curriculum and have taught Calculus. This year's course assignments are four classes, each of one group of students:
Integrated Math III (Grade 10)
Precalculus (Grade 11)
Calculus I (Grade 11)
Differential Calculus (Grade 12)
Chapin will begin the year with remote learning, with students returning to the building in mid October. All students in Classes 10-12 will be in the building on alternating weeks starting October 19, learning from home on the weeks they are not in the building.
Chapin has been engaged in an exciting, multi-year K-12 math curriculum and pedagogy review. Ideal candidates must be excited about the review, whose chief goal is to develop our math program so that our students learn the skills and habits of mind to be mathematical thinkers. Inquiry and student-centered curriculum development are at the core of our efforts. We believe all students can be mathematicians and apply a growth mindset to the study of math. Our goal is to balance the development of deep conceptual understanding and problem-solving skills with procedural fluency.
Candidates should demonstrate a willingness to support and engage in Chapin's commitment to cultivating an inclusive and antiracist community.
About The Chapin School
The Chapin School is dedicated to empowering a diverse, ambitious and resolute community of young women to thrive and lead in their world. Guided by our motto, Fortiter et Recte, Chapin considers bravery, compassion, service and respect for self and others to be fundamental values. We believe that equity, inclusion and collaboration are critical to personal growth. By advancing and deepening each student’s agency, confidence and resilience within an affirming and joyful learning environment, Chapin strives to ensure that each student is emboldened to pursue distinction as a leader and contributing citizen.
The Chapin School, founded in 1901, is an independent, all-girls day school in New York City currently serving 802 students K–12.
Chapin’s signature Focus Forward strategic plan, which guided our work for more than a decade, intensified Chapin’s historic commitment to offering the most challenging academic curriculum while also teaching the social, emotional and other skills that will set the stage for its students’ success in this century. Chapin’s institutional priorities continue to be imbued with the spirit of Focus Forward. We have fine-tuned our... articulation of the School’s purpose as we approach the third decade of the 21st century. A forward-focused learning community whose symbol is a wheel will never cease to strive toward achieving its vision of cultivating in girls the skills and attributes that will allow them to be brave for themselves and for others.
UNDER ONE ROOF
Chapin’s single building provides a unified learning environment under one roof for all students, the 128 faculty members who teach them and the 85 staff members who support all other aspects of school life. An ambitious construction project to be completed in 2020 will feature an entire floor dedicated to the arts and a gymnasium with suspended running track—all with spectacular views of our urban location. The Hayot Center for Innovation, to open in 2020, will provide our entire learning community the opportunity to extend our commitment to interdisciplinary inquiry-based investigations and explorations, deepening students’ interests through experimentation, invention and the development of out-of-the-box solutions to complex issues.
Our vibrant, inspiring and welcoming new spaces will further our commitment to a forward- focused learning environment that enables all students to embrace the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century to the best of their abilities. With these exciting new spaces as a canvas, we renew our pledge to develop curriculum and pedagogy that reflect current research and best practices, always placing each student at the center of her own learning.