To work with a collaborative team designing, organizing and implementing curriculum that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. The position involves teaching five sections of Middle School Math inclusive of two sections of Learning Resource Program math, academic advising to a group of 10-13 middle school students, and actively participating in the Math, Science, and Technology Department. The Department seeks a professional experienced in serving students with learning differences, as well as someone who can differentiate all instruction.
This exciting opportunity requires a depth of middle school mathematic knowledge including integration of STEM principles. Additionally, it requires depth of mathematical knowledge including middle school math through algebra I. Teachers who have a background in using methods and lessons connecting math, science, and technology are highly desired.
BA or BS in Math, Math Education, and/or FL secondary state certification, as well as experience in Special Education.
Completed or in-progress master’s degree in Math, or education is preferred but applicants with extensive, successful teaching experience are encouraged to apply.
Teaching experience in Independent Schools, preferably in a middle school, or relevant classroom experience is recommended.
About Miami Country Day School
Miami Country Day School is an independent, college-preparatory, day school founded in 1938, dedicated to the development of The Whole Child. The school is committed to providing a uniquely diverse and enriching educational experience that is designed to prepare each student for success in college and to make a difference in life. In rigorous pursuit of excellence, Miami Country Day School provides a caring learning community focused on unleashing the potential of every student, every day.
Location: 601 Northeast 107 Street, Miami, FL 33161
Our Students & Faculty: 1280 students representing diverse backgrounds and cultures; Lower School, PreK3 through 5th grade; Middle School, 6th through 8th grade; Upper School, 9th through 12th grade; 123 full-time faculty, 56% hold advanced degrees; 21% represents over thirty-two countries