MS Math Teacher - Long-Term Substitute Position (November 2020-June 2021)
The master teacher should bring energy and curriculum development skills to the math department by being able to teach math effectively and passionately, particularly through a growth-mindset. Other responsibilities and necessary competencies include the following:
Demonstrating a passion for math and its real-world applications
Exhibiting excellent teaching skills that demonstrate best practice
Willingness and ability to teach all levels of middle school math through geometry
Teaching 5 classes, which may include varied levels
Understanding the development of middle-school students and possessing a passion for working with this age group
Connecting with students, challenging them, and shifting pedagogical practice to meet the needs of diverse learners
Working with grade-level colleagues to plan and coordinate all content, activities, and grading for each class
Advising 10-14 students and facilitating the “Lead from Here” curriculum; meeting with parents of advisees
Interacting effectively with parents, colleagues, and members of the leadership team
Participating in other aspects of the School community (i.e. athletics, committees)
Technologically savvy as we are in a hybrid learning environment; students are in person and remote.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Math or Math Education; MA or MEd highly desirable; previous teaching experience in an independent school setting preferred. Coaching a sport is highly desirable.
About Ravenscroft School
Ravenscroft School is an independent coeducational day school offering a broad curriculum in the liberal arts with numerous advanced classes and an emphasis on best-practices teaching methods at every level. Founded in 1862, the school enrolls 1160 students in grades pre-K through twelve who demonstrate high standards of conduct as well as the capability of achieving success in a rigorous academic program.
Ravenscroft School Mission Statement: "The Ravenscroft community, guided by our legacy of excellence, nurtures individual potential and prepares students to thrive in a complex and interdependent world."