The Awty International School is seeking a full-time Secondary Math Teacher for its Upper School mathematics courses, grades 9-12, for the 2021-2022 school year and beyond. Courses to be taught will include IB Higher Level Analysis and Approaches and some combination of other IB math courses, Algebra 2, and Pre-Calculus.
The school is looking for a teacher experienced in teaching IBHL math, or its equivalent, who interacts with students in a positive manner, engages them with interactive, hands-on projects, and presents a rigorous academic program in a way suited to young minds. The ideal candidate should demonstrate a commitment to teaching in a diverse, multicultural environment.
At Awty, we believe that students learn best and faculty perform best in a culture of vibrant diversity. Diversity is an essential quality of our school environment; our commitment to learning and the pursuit of excellence can occur only in such a context. It helps us guide our students to become responsible world citizens. Our commitment to learning about and respecting one another’s diversity brings distinct richness to the Awty experience for students, alumni, employees, and parents.
The salary is competitive. Benefits include medical insurance, a dental plan, retirement contributions, disability and life insurance, and (last but not least) a prepared lunch every day.
Minimum qualifications for the position would be a B.A. degree in Mathematics and at least 2 years teaching mathematics to students in grades 9-12 or beyond. An ideal candidate would have experience teaching IBHL math and successful experience in teaching in an online environment.
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About The Awty International School
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