-Continually develop differentiated mathematics curriculum based on a constructivist approach -Design formative and summative assessment tools to be used to inform instruction -Facilitate grade-level meetings with teachers in order to co-create units of study connected with the scope and sequence and conceptual framework of The School's curriculum -Facilitate individual teacher meetings to support specific goals set for both the teacher and individual students -Model lessons and provide learning opportunities for teachers to observe best practices in both content and pedagogy -Collaborate with learning specialists to support teachers in meeting the needs of specific students with varying learning styles and abilities -Communicate our philosophy for how we teach mathematics to families and continue to foster a strong home-school connection -Keep current of new developments in the mathematics field and act as a resource to The School community -Fulfill the duties, responsibilities, and commitments as outlined in the Working at The School at Columbia Guidebook -Commitment to equity and justice including knowledge and skills related to cultural competencies
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