MATHEMATICS TEACHER 9-12

Bourne High School Bourne Public Schools Bourne, Massachusetts

Job Details

Job ID: 3828467
Application Deadline: Posted until Filled Posted : April 4, 2022
Starting Date: August 29, 2022

Job Description

The Bourne Public Schools is seeking engaging, energetic educators to join our team! We value diversity and welcome applications from educators who believe in our three educational pillars of: 1.) Building Community, 2.) Promoting Equity, and 3.) Striving for Excellence. BPS has a strong reputation for inclusive practices and promoting a welcoming environment for students and staff through our Bourne to Be (B2B) values of respect, responsibility and safety.

BPS has four excellent schools organized by grade bands (PK-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12) and a student population of approximately 1,600. The town of Bourne is a small seaside community situated on both sides of the Cape Cod Canal. Educators enjoy living in and around the town or have an easy commute on major highways (I-195, I-495 or RT-3). Salary is regionally competitive.
Discover the Bourne Advantage by visiting our website at www.bourneps.org .

Teacher-JOB DESCRIPTION Policy # JD76
BOURNE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Reports to: Principal, Assistant Principal and Department Head
Job Goal: To instruct students in accordance with the educational philosophy, course objectives, and curriculum of the District.

To provide maximum learning opportunities for students in accordance with program objectives and each student’s abilities, interests, and needs.
To continuously develop his/her professional knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors in order to improve the educational opportunities of his/her students.

Responsibilities:
A. Instruction
1. Instructs students in accordance with the District’s philosophy of education, policies, and curriculum.

2. Directs the teaching/learning process toward the achievement of program goals, establishes specific objectives for all lessons, and communicates these objectives to students.
3. Is prepared to instruct students assigned and has written documentation (e.g., plan book) of preparation.
4. Diagnoses the learning needs of students in terms of the curriculum objectives on a continuous basis and seeks the assistance of District specialists as required

5. Employs a variety of instructional techniques, materials, and instructional media, consistent with the needs, interests, and abilities of the students and the objectives of the curriculum
6. Assesses the progress of students in terms of curriculum objectives on a continuous basis and provides progress reports as required 7. Sets a positive example for students and community by demonstrating respect and concern for students and an awareness of community values.

B. Classroom Management

1. Manages and fully utilizes class time for instructional purposes.
2. Establishes and maintains a classroom environment conducive to learning and teaching.
3. Assists the administration in implementing policies and/or rules governing student life and conduct, and maintains order in the classroom in a fair and just manner.
4. Promotes appropriate student behavior and attends to students’ misbehavior when it occurs in the teacher’s presence or whenever it is brought to the teacher’s attention (e.g., hallways, cafeteria, washrooms, and grounds).
5. Takes reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.

C. Organization

1. Conducts school-related activities in conformity with School Committee policies and administrative regulations.
2. Cooperates with administrators and others in developing and supporting school activities and maintaining an atmosphere conducive to learning and teaching.
3. Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with colleagues and supervisors.
4. Maintains accurate student records as required by law, School Committee policy and administrative regulations.
5. Takes and records attendance accurately in classes and/or homeroom, notes attendance patterns and reports unusual and/or excessive absenteeism to supervisory personnel and parents.
6. Conducts routine assignments with accuracy, promptness and efficiency.
7. Maintains an accurate inventory of materials and supplies used in carrying out assignments.
8. Performs all other duties as required by the school administration.

D. Parent/Community Relationship
1. Makes provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes.
2. Establishes and maintains communication (oral and written) with students and their parents concerning both the academic and behavioral progress of all assigned students.
3. Solicits appropriately the help of parent(s) as required in the education of their children.
4. Maintains good humor, enthusiasm, initiative, and integrity with students and parents and has a positive working relationship with them.

E. Curriculum Development
1. Assists in the development of curriculum and methods of course/students evaluation in cooperation with department colleagues and the administration.

F. Professional Development
1. Incorporates constructive feedback and suggestions for improvement in performance made by supervisors
2. Continuously self evaluates professional effectiveness in areas of curriculum classroom performance, and teacher-student, staff and

community relationship in order to maintain and/or improve professional competence.
3. Keeps abreast of new developments in his/her instructional discipline(s) and successful educational. Practices and programs in order to improve the quality of the educational experiences of his/her students.

Qualifications:

Massachusetts Certification.
Demonstrated ability to instruct secondary school students and to maintain purpose and order in the classroom and all other areas of the school.
Commitment to continuously improve professional competence.
Demonstrated ability to design and deliver instruction to facilitate learning consistent with the philosophy, goals, curriculum and policies as established by the School Committee and the needs and interests of the students.

Terms of Employment: Salary, benefits, and work year established by agreement between the Bourne School Committee and the Bourne Education Association.

Evaluation: Performance shall be evaluated by the Principal and/or his/her designees.

Position Type: Full-time

Positions Available: 1
Job Categories : Classroom Teacher > Math: Algebra

Classroom Teacher > Math: Calculus Classroom Teacher > Math: General Classroom Teacher > Math: Geometry

Job Requirements

Candidates with a Certification in Mathematics 8-12
Experience teaching calculus/AP calculus preferred but engaging, motivated educators should apply Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Contact Information

Amy Cetner , Principal
75 Waterhouse Rd
Bourne, Massachusetts 02532

Phone: 508-759-0670

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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHER

Bourne Public Schools Bourne, Massachusetts

Job Details

Job ID: 3828459
Application Deadline: Posted until Filled Posted : April 4, 2022
Starting Date: August 29, 2022

Job Description

The Bourne Public Schools is seeking engaging, energetic educators to join our team! We value diversity and welcome applications from educators who believe in our three educational pillars of: 1.) Building Community, 2.) Promoting Equity, and 3.) Striving for Excellence. BPS has a strong reputation for inclusive practices and promoting a welcoming environment for students and staff through our Bourne to Be (B2B) values of respect, responsibility and safety.

BPS has four excellent schools organized by grade bands (PK-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12) and a student population of approximately 1,600. The town of Bourne is a small seaside community situated on both sides of the Cape Cod Canal. Educators enjoy living in and around the town or have an easy commute on major highways (I-195, I-495 or RT-3). Salary is regionally competitive.
Discover the Bourne Advantage by visiting our website at www.bourneps.org .

The English As A Second Language (ESL) teacher is responsible for assessing and instructing English Language learners in the district. Additional responsibilities include consulting with colleagues, monitoring students who have achieved requirements to exit the ESL program and engaging with parents around the needs of student who are acquiring English as a second language. Currently there are two ESL teachers for the district who have an equitable schedule servicing student in the district. BPS is looking to fill this position (due to a retirement), with a team oriented, collaborative educator who loves students and has a proven track record of connecting with families.

Teacher-JOB DESCRIPTION Policy # JD76
BOURNE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Reports to: Principal, Assistant Principal and Department Head
Job Goal: To instruct students in accordance with the educational philosophy, course objectives, and curriculum of the District.

To provide maximum learning opportunities for students in accordance with program objectives and each student’s abilities, interests, and needs.
To continuously develop his/her professional knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors in order to improve the educational opportunities of his/her students.

Responsibilities: A. Instruction

1. Instructs students in accordance with the District’s philosophy of education, policies, and curriculum.
2. Directs the teaching/learning process toward the achievement of program goals, establishes specific objectives for all lessons, and communicates these objectives to students.
3. Is prepared to instruct students assigned and has written documentation (e.g., plan book) of preparation.
4. Diagnoses the learning needs of students in terms of the curriculum objectives on a continuous basis and seeks the assistance of District specialists as required
5. Employs a variety of instructional techniques, materials, and instructional media, consistent with the needs, interests, and abilities of the students and the objectives of the curriculum
6. Assesses the progress of students in terms of curriculum objectives on a continuous basis and provides progress reports as required 7. Sets a positive example for students and community by demonstrating respect and concern for students and an awareness of community values.

B. Classroom Management

1. Manages and fully utilizes class time for instructional purposes.
2. Establishes and maintains a classroom environment conducive to learning and teaching.
3. Assists the administration in implementing policies and/or rules governing student life and conduct, and maintains order in the classroom in a fair and just manner.
4. Promotes appropriate student behavior and attends to students’ misbehavior when it occurs in the teacher’s presence or whenever it is brought to the teacher’s attention (e.g., hallways, cafeteria, washrooms, and grounds).
5. Takes reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.

C. Organization

1. Conducts school-related activities in conformity with School Committee policies and administrative regulations.
2. Cooperates with administrators and others in developing and supporting school activities and maintaining an atmosphere conducive to learning and teaching.
3. Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with colleagues and supervisors.
4. Maintains accurate student records as required by law, School Committee policy and administrative regulations.
5. Takes and records attendance accurately in classes and/or homeroom, notes attendance patterns and reports unusual and/or excessive absenteeism to supervisory personnel and parents.
6. Conducts routine assignments with accuracy, promptness and efficiency.
7. Maintains an accurate inventory of materials and supplies used in carrying out assignments.
8. Performs all other duties as required by the school administration.

D. Parent/Community Relationship
1. Makes provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes.
2. Establishes and maintains communication (oral and written) with students and their parents concerning both the academic and behavioral progress of all assigned students.
3. Solicits appropriately the help of parent(s) as required in the education of their children.
4. Maintains good humor, enthusiasm, initiative, and integrity with students and parents and has a positive working relationship with them.

E. Curriculum Development
1. Assists in the development of curriculum and methods of course/students evaluation in cooperation with department colleagues and the administration.

F. Professional Development
1. Incorporates constructive feedback and suggestions for improvement in performance made by supervisors
2. Continuously self evaluates professional effectiveness in areas of curriculum classroom performance, and teacher-student, staff and community relationship in order to maintain and/or improve professional competence.
3. Keeps abreast of new developments in his/her instructional discipline(s) and successful educational. Practices and programs in order to improve the quality of the educational experiences of his/her students.

Qualifications:

Massachusetts Certification.
Demonstrated ability to instruct secondary school students and to maintain purpose and order in the classroom and all other areas of the school.
Commitment to continuously improve professional competence.
Demonstrated ability to design and deliver instruction to facilitate learning consistent with the philosophy, goals, curriculum and policies as established by the School Committee and the needs and interests of the students.

Terms of Employment: Salary, benefits, and work year established by agreement between the Bourne School Committee and the Bourne Education Association.

Evaluation: Performance shall be evaluated by the Principal and/or his/her designees.

Position Type: Full-time Positions Available: 1

Job Category : Classroom Teacher > ELL / ESL / SEI / TESOL

Job Requirements

Certification in English as a Second Language (ESL) PK-6 and 5-12 Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Contact Information

Barbara Starkie , Assistant Superintendent 36 Sandwich Rd
Bourne, Massachusetts 02532

Phone: 508-759-0660

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AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER AT BOURNE HS

Bourne High School Bourne Public Schools Bourne, Massachusetts

Job Details

Job ID: 3828461
Application Deadline: Posted until Filled Posted : April 4, 2022
Starting Date: August 29, 2022

Job Description

The Bourne Public Schools is seeking engaging, energetic educators to join our team! We value diversity and welcome applications from educators who believe in our three educational pillars of: 1.) Building Community, 2.) Promoting Equity, and 3.) Striving for Excellence. BPS has a strong reputation for inclusive practices and promoting a welcoming environment for students and staff through our Bourne to Be (B2B) values of respect, responsibility and safety.

BPS has four excellent schools organized by grade bands (PK-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12) and a student population of approximately 1,600. The town of Bourne is a small seaside community situated on both sides of the Cape Cod Canal. Educators enjoy living in and around the town or have an easy commute on major highways (I-195, I-495 or RT-3). Salary is regionally competitive.
Discover the Bourne Advantage by visiting our website at www.bourneps.org .

Teacher-JOB DESCRIPTION Policy # JD76
BOURNE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Reports to: Principal, Assistant Principal and Department Head
Job Goal: To instruct students in accordance with the educational philosophy, course objectives, and curriculum of the District.

To provide maximum learning opportunities for students in accordance with program objectives and each student’s abilities, interests, and needs.
To continuously develop his/her professional knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors in order to improve the educational opportunities of his/her students.

Responsibilities:
A. Instruction
1. Instructs students in accordance with the District’s philosophy of education, policies, and curriculum.

2. Directs the teaching/learning process toward the achievement of program goals, establishes specific objectives for all lessons, and communicates these objectives to students.
3. Is prepared to instruct students assigned and has written documentation (e.g., plan book) of preparation.
4. Diagnoses the learning needs of students in terms of the curriculum objectives on a continuous basis and seeks the assistance of District specialists as required

5. Employs a variety of instructional techniques, materials, and instructional media, consistent with the needs, interests, and abilities of the students and the objectives of the curriculum
6. Assesses the progress of students in terms of curriculum objectives on a continuous basis and provides progress reports as required 7. Sets a positive example for students and community by demonstrating respect and concern for students and an awareness of community values.

B. Classroom Management

1. Manages and fully utilizes class time for instructional purposes.
2. Establishes and maintains a classroom environment conducive to learning and teaching.
3. Assists the administration in implementing policies and/or rules governing student life and conduct, and maintains order in the classroom in a fair and just manner.
4. Promotes appropriate student behavior and attends to students’ misbehavior when it occurs in the teacher’s presence or whenever it is brought to the teacher’s attention (e.g., hallways, cafeteria, washrooms, and grounds).
5. Takes reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities.

C. Organization

1. Conducts school-related activities in conformity with School Committee policies and administrative regulations.
2. Cooperates with administrators and others in developing and supporting school activities and maintaining an atmosphere conducive to learning and teaching.
3. Establishes and maintains productive working relationships with colleagues and supervisors.
4. Maintains accurate student records as required by law, School Committee policy and administrative regulations.
5. Takes and records attendance accurately in classes and/or homeroom, notes attendance patterns and reports unusual and/or excessive absenteeism to supervisory personnel and parents.
6. Conducts routine assignments with accuracy, promptness and efficiency.
7. Maintains an accurate inventory of materials and supplies used in carrying out assignments.
8. Performs all other duties as required by the school administration.

D. Parent/Community Relationship
1. Makes provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes.
2. Establishes and maintains communication (oral and written) with students and their parents concerning both the academic and behavioral progress of all assigned students.
3. Solicits appropriately the help of parent(s) as required in the education of their children.
4. Maintains good humor, enthusiasm, initiative, and integrity with students and parents and has a positive working relationship with them.

E. Curriculum Development
1. Assists in the development of curriculum and methods of course/students evaluation in cooperation with department colleagues and the administration.

F. Professional Development
1. Incorporates constructive feedback and suggestions for improvement in performance made by supervisors
2. Continuously self evaluates professional effectiveness in areas of curriculum classroom performance, and teacher-student, staff and

community relationship in order to maintain and/or improve professional competence.
3. Keeps abreast of new developments in his/her instructional discipline(s) and successful educational. Practices and programs in order to improve the quality of the educational experiences of his/her students.

Qualifications:

Massachusetts Certification.
Demonstrated ability to instruct secondary school students and to maintain purpose and order in the classroom and all other areas of the school.
Commitment to continuously improve professional competence.
Demonstrated ability to design and deliver instruction to facilitate learning consistent with the philosophy, goals, curriculum and policies as established by the School Committee and the needs and interests of the students.

Terms of Employment: Salary, benefits, and work year established by agreement between the Bourne School Committee and the Bourne Education Association.

Evaluation: Performance shall be evaluated by the Principal and/or his/her designees.

Position Type: Full-time

Positions Available: 1
Job Category : Classroom Teacher > Language: American Sign

Job Requirements

Certification or the ability to be certified as a teacher of American Sign Language with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and secondary Education (MA DESE)
Bachelor degree preferred
Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Contact Information

Amy Cetner , Principal
75 Waterhouse Rd
Bourne, Massachusetts 02532

Phone: 508-759-0670

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Part-time Positions at Temple Shalom Religious School

Religious School Teachers Needed at Temple Shalom in Medford for 2022-2023

Are you creative with children?  Do you have camp/classroom/youth group experience in a Jewish setting?  Are you capable of teaching Hebrew reading and prayers?  If the answer to any or all these questions is “yes”, then please consider applying for a teacher position with us.  Please send a cover letter and resume to rsdirector@templeshalommedford.org.

Our synagogue school meets on Sunday, 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and Wednesday, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.  Current teacher openings are for 1 and 2 day per week classes which meet on Sunday morning and Wednesday afternoon, and one teacher’s assistant position for Sunday morning.  Curriculum subjects vary by grade, and they include: Hebrew, Prayer, Holidays, Bible, Israel, History and Mitzvot (obligations).

Applicants should be excited to teach children, have a strong Jewish background, and be willing to collaborate on lesson planning (follow a written curriculum and submit a lesson plan prior to class).  Temple Shalom is a Conservative Movement affiliated synagogue.  We offer teacher support, generous compensation, a relaxed setting and small student groups.  Candidates will need a car for transportation, ideally, although we are approximately a 30-minute walk from Tufts University, and we help coordinate and provide carpools among Tufts teachers.

Part Time Lead Forest School Teacher

Cooperative forest school is a newly formed cooperative forest school based in the woods of Masachusett (specifically the Cambridge/Medford/Stoneham area) for children ages 2-6.

We are a group of parents and caregivers creating an educational program for our children based on the principles of community care, collaborative play, exploration, nurturing and environmental stewardship. United by a commitment to play-based outdoor education, we came together amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to create a much needed community and a deliberate and safer learning environment for our children. 

We are looking for a Part Time Lead Forest School Teacher who shares our vision to join our adventure in care and community.

Duties

  • Make sure children are safe and supported
  • Observe children’s behavior and learning, and foster problem solving, collaboration, confidence building and imagination by providing scaffolding experiential learning based on those observations
  • Maintain visual and auditory supervision of children at all times to ensure their safety in the forest and on any field trips
  • Help children resolve and negotiate conflicts when they arise; support development of self-regulation, impulse control and coping mechanisms through supporting conflict resolution; use consistent techniques in guiding children’s behavior
  • Develop strong positive partnerships with families, students, and possible co-teachers
  • Use positive, appropriate and supportive language with children
  • Embrace a wide variety of weather conditions as pedagogical inspiration

Qualifications

  • Experience in early childhood education and/or outdoor/nature education programs 
  • Strong emotional intelligence, including empathy and listening skill set
  • Loves working with young children and is energetic and passionate about working one-on-one with children, as well as with groups of children
  • Demonstrates working knowledge of hazards and risk assessment as related to the environments of young children
  • Able to work cooperatively and collaboratively in an all outdoor, forest setting, and open and flexible to new ideas
  • Dedication to place-based education and a passion for exploring the natural environment. Working knowledge of local flora, fauna, and seasonal changes is a plus!
  • Physically able to walk up to 2 miles a day, in all weather, and lift objects of up to 50lbs.
  • Current Emergency First Aid and Child CPR certificate; (or willing to obtain quickly)
  • Comfortable with meeting children where they are on a given day

Preferred Qualifications

  • Formal studies in the core subjects of Early Childhood Education
  • At least one to two years preschool teaching experience
  • Knowledge of forestry, environmentalism, conservation, herbology, any and all Earth based / nature based wisdom or knowledge

Salary: Competitive, and Based upon Experience, starting at $20/hour

Contact: cooperativeforestschool@riseup.net

Note: We are working to keep our children and extended families and communities as safe as possible. To this end, we are following a layered protections system. We will ask all children and educators to wear high quality masks at all times. We will also keep a community care agreement where we update one another of COVID exposures and symptoms, and plan to implement surveillance testing.            

Summer Opportunity for the Yleana Leadership Foundation

The Yleana Leadership Foundation is interested in recruiting both grads and undergrads for a transformative SAT summer camp that is part SAT bootcamp, part on-campus college experience, and part traditional summer camp. We are looking for people who are willing to work hard and have an amazing time creating a summer camp experience for high school students from under-resourced communities.

*Note for summer 2022: We are going to host staff training and both sessions of camp in person at Colgate University. We’re excited to be back in person after two years of virtual camp!

We’re hiring for two different paid positions within our organization this summer; click the links below for more information about each position. 2022 Employment Dates: June 12 – August 8, 2022

Interested in applying? Priority Application Deadline: May 15, 2022

  • Fill out our form here: https://bit.ly/basicinfo2022
  • All applicants will be required to take an SAT assessment as part of the hiring process

Questions? Email workwithus@yleana.org

Summer Teaching Opportunity

Training opportunity for any undergraduate or graduate-level students interested in gaining teaching experience working with children with ADHD. Summer trainees will receive extensive training in behavioral strategies to help with classroom management, as well as, gain over 200 hours of direct clinical experience!

Camp Baker is a therapeutic summer program based off of the Summer Treatment Program (STP) model and is specifically designed for 6–12-year-old children with ADHD.

Camp Baker is currently accepting applications for four roles: 1) Graduate Counselor, 2) Undergraduate Counselor, 3) Teacher, and 4) Teaching Assistant. Please visit our website for a detailed description of roles and responsibilities for each position: https://campbaker.org/training-opportunities/

All aspects of the training program are supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist. Trainees complete a week-long training prior to the start of treatment and receive ongoing supervision. Training begins *Friday, July 1, 2022, with the July 4th holiday off*. Camp Baker runs from *Monday, July 11th through Friday, August 19th, 2022.* Trainees typically work from 7:30am until 4:30pm and stay from 7:30am-6pm one evening per week.

Interested applicants can apply directly on our website:

Singapore Math In-Person Teaching Position (preschool through high school levels) available starting Summer 2022 or Fall 2022.

Who’s hiring?
Lexington Singapore School runs Singapore Math enrichment classes in Lexington MA for preSchool to High School. Students are challenged with critical thinking problem-based questions in a fun and collaborative environment.

Grade Levels and Experience
We’re looking for experienced math teachers to teach grades from pre-K (3 yr-old) to 11th grade classes. Experience in Singapore math is not required. Class assignments will be made according to experience and preference. We will provide training and materials.

Class format
Weekly small group lessons are conducted in-person. You should be available to teach at our Lexington, MA location after regular school hours and/or on weekends.

What you can expect
Expect a fulfilling teaching opportunity in a nurturing and welcoming environment. Our classes are kept small so that learning can be optimized. Our unique curriculum adapts the standard Singapore math materials to the local requirements. Training will be provided and teachers are supported by experienced math teachers and trainers from Singapore.

Interested?
Please email resume to info@lexingtonsingaporeschool.com

Position Type: Part-time
Salary: $ 40 Per Hour