The Massachusetts Teacher STEM Fair is happening this Satuday September 30th, 2023 from 10am-1pm in the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. Participants will be able to connect with state-wide STEM Organizations, engage in hands-on STEM lessons, and ignite their excitement for the future while networking with like-minded professionals.Massachusetts-Teacher-STEM-Fair-Flyer-2-1
CodeAdvantage is an educational company that provides coding, robotics and other STEM classes to kids from K-8th grade to get them excited about programming, teach them CS fundamentals, and ultimately help them realize there is tremendous creative power in coding! They utilize a variety of techniques (eg video game programming, hacking Minecraft, Pokémon robotics) to get them excited while they are learning these critical skills!
CodeAdvantage works with over 100 schools in the Boston, Washington DC, NYC, and Chicago areas. Currently, CodeAdvantage is expanding in Boston and the surrounding suburbs and is looking for Tufts University undergraduate and graduate students to work as instructors for their after-school classes.
Working part-time for CodeAdvantage will give students the opportunity to build their resumes and gain relevant work experience while inspiring the next generation of computer programmers and specialists in the STEM fields. The work is only a few hours a week and pays $25 per hour.
If possible, we encourage any interested applicants to apply right away as they are setting up classes now for the fall and 2023-2024 school year!
CodeAdvantage is looking to recruit fun and engaging instructors for our video game design, coding, and robotics enrichment classes for kids (ages 5-13) in the local area!
If you have worked with kids before, and would like to share your passion and interest for video games, coding and STEM activities, this is a great opportunity for you!
Competitive pay starting at $25 an hour, training, supplies, and lesson plans provided.
Requirements: valid social security number/able to work in the US and must be vaccinated for in-person classes with children. Classes will be held on some weekdays (2:15pm onward).
If interested, please read more at the pdf below and send your resume to email@example.comCA-job-description-25-1
Please refer to the pdf for more information on the job fair on Wednesday, August 9th at the Dual Language School, 510 Moody Street, Waltham, MA.WPS-Job-Fair-Announcement-1-1
We are two families seeking some fun literacy/phonics coaching over the summer for two girls, ages six and seven. Both children are around the same reading level: learning the letters, the sounds they make, and beginning stages of sounding out words.
Our goal is to give these two friends a cooperative learning opportunity that appeals to their interests and also gives them many movement breaks. Both children have been diagnosed with ADHD, and so lessons that can be in the form of outside games, art projects, theatrical performances, neighborhood hikes, and phonics scavenger hunts would be ideal for engaging these enthusiastic, creative adventurers.
These two kiddos have known each other since they were babies. They share many of the same interests, including performing arts, dance, nature, playing in sand and water, arts and crafts, fantastical imaginative role playing, cats and tigers, Pokemon, legos, vampires, superheroes, and cooking. They have been known to put on a good puppet show together, and have also recorded some vampire-themed podcasts.
Applicants must be LGBTQ+ friendly.
We live fifteen minutes away from one another in Medford and Arlington. Both home spaces are available for sessions with indoor work and play spaces as well as backyards. Both families live walking distance to playgrounds. We can also provide transportation to a third location if needed. Note that both homes also have cats in residence.
We are hoping for three or more sessions a week with availability on most weekends as well as weekdays after 4:30.
If the summer works well, we would be excited to continue sessions into the fall with availability weekends and weekdays after 3:00.
Compensation: $35-40 per hour depending on level of experience. Supplies and snacks will be reimbursed.
References and background check required.
Interested applicants should email Anne Marie Darling at at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-583-3109.
Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School
Please visit their website at www.banneker.org for information on how to apply
Company: The Fessenden
School Position: Lower School Assistant Teacher/Substitute
Position Type: Full Time Faculty
Exempt Start Date: 8/21/23
The Fessenden School is an all boys independent day and boarding school serving 525 students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 9 in West Newton, MA. The Fessenden School’s mission is to cultivate each boy’s talents and develop in balance his character, mind, and body in an inclusive and joyful community. For more than 100 years, The Fessenden School has offered state-of-the-art facilities, curriculum, and programs specifically designed to meet the educational needs of boys.
The Fessenden School seeks an Assistant Teacher/Substitute for Pre-K to Grade 4. The Assistant Teacher helps teachers with duties, classroom activities, specialist classes, recess and lunch. Substituting covers all the teaching of a classroom teacher or specialist teacher when they are absent from school or need coverage during the day. Subbing could include any grade level in the Lower School.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Substitute in various classrooms in the Lower School (Pre-K – Grade 4) on short and long term bases
- Perform duties as assigned by the division head and assistant head
- Learn the general curriculum in language arts, social studies and math in the designated grades.
- Understand the integration of equity, inclusion, and social justice.
- Exemplify the School’s mission and community principles, including the core values of honesty, respect and compassion
- Perform duties such as supervising drop-off and dismissal, recess, and lunch.
- Maintain all documentation connected with the curriculum and students
- Attend professional development meetings; three 8:30am to 4:00pm and three 3:00pm to 5:00pm
- Maintain regular and reliable attendance
- Maintain current CPR/AED and first aid certification and child abuse prevention training
- Orientation August 21st and 22nd
- School year August 28th to June 11th
- Monday – Friday, 7:30am to 2:50pm
- Bachelor’s degree
- Experience in instructing children in an academic, athletic, or camp programs
- Enthusiasm and communication skills to engage boys and build meaningful relationships
- Strong supervisory and leadership skills to manage a classroom
- Ability to perform critical thinking, organization, prioritization, and problem solving with minimal supervision
- Ability to serve in a diverse community of colleagues, students, and parents
- Demonstrated commitment to inclusion, social justice, diversity, and equity
- A commitment to boys and boys’ education
- Bachelor’s degree in elementary education
- 2+ years experience working in an independent school setting
Physical Demands and Work Environment
The physical demands described here are representative of those that are essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions. The requirements for performing the duties of this position are as follows:
- Frequently required to walk, stand, sit, talk, and hear
- Regularly required to bend, stoop, and crouch and/or kneel
- Occasionally required to lift and/or move objects weighing up to 25 pounds
- Majority of work is performed in a school/classroom environment, and the noise level in the environment is usually moderate
Submit an application through Fessenden’s Career Site. A cover letter, resume and contact information for three references are required.
Community Schools is hiring across the district! It is a unique position, that not very many folks know about.
Our full-time and some part-time teachers work the whole year including ,summer, April, and February camps. Full-time staff receive benefits and we offer training and curriculum support!
We are currently hiring for the following positions:
New Teachers Collaborative is seeking recent college graduates who may be interested in the teaching profession.
Located in Devens, Massachusetts, New Teachers Collaborative (NTC) is a one-year program that allows candidates to secure full teacher licensure in Massachusetts and achieve one full-year of teaching experience. We are currently seeking graduates interested in teaching in middle and secondary schools but who have not yet taken education courses or who have not completed licensure requirements. College graduates who have degrees in the humanities, sciences, kinesiology, and Spanish are strongly encouraged to apply. Information can be found at www.parker.school/ntc. We have trained and certified more than 200 teachers in our small, cohort-based, learn-to-teach-by-teaching model, and we are actively seeking applicants for next year’s cohort of learners.