Upper School Biology Teacher - Leave Replacement
Immediate Opening through June 3, 2022
Position: Upper School Biology Teacher - Leave Replacement
Reports to: Upper School Division Head
FLSA: Exempt, full-time
The Upper School Biology candidate will join a highly collaborative, innovative, and experienced faculty. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated interest in upper school education, and the ability to relate and communicate effectively and appropriately with adolescent girls.
Bio 9 Teach an inquiry-based, rigorous high school biology curriculum. Students explore topics including photosynthesis, cellular respiration, biodiversity, evolution, and human systems.
- Provide academic support for students outside of class time (answering homework questions, consulting with them, as needed.
- Attend department and faculty meetings.
- Advisor to a group of students.
- Support the students and division and other assignments as needed.
Requirements & Qualifications
- Masters degree in Science or Teaching.
- Candidate should be open to STEM collaboration and be comfortable with using technology and scientific probes.
- Knowledge of, appreciation for, and demonstrated commitment to anti-racist, anti-bias education, multicultural teaching, and culturally responsive pedagogy.
- Proficient with current educational technology especially blended learning platforms and strategies.
- Excellent organizational, written, and verbal communications skills.
- Positive team player with a desire to contribute and share your gifts and talents with the students and administration of the school.
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