College Readiness Teacher In California - Immediate Start

Summit Public Schools (Redwood City / San Jose) Redwood City , CA 94063

Posted 2 months ago

College Readiness Teacher in California - Immediate Start

Employer:

Summit Public Schools

Date Posted:
9/11/2019

Contact:

Humberto Gutierrez

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

Not Specified

Length of Work Year:

Full Time

Employment Type:

Full Time

Application Deadline:
10/25/2019 11:55 PM Pacific

Salary:

competitive

Date Posted: 9/11/2019 Application Deadline: 10/25/2019 11:55 PM Pacific Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: Full Time Salary: competitive Number Openings: (At time of posting) Not Specified Contact: Humberto Gutierrez Email: hgutierrez@summitps.org Phone:

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

The College Readiness Teacher has responsibilities in three main areas:

  • Creating a challenging and wide-ranging Expeditions curriculum (Colllege Readiness module), that offers multiple access points for students

  • Providing teaching and learning experiences throughout the school year

  • Completing administration and business tasks necessary to support the Director of Expeditions, maintain relationships with external business and non-profit organizations and complete logistics around student enrollment in Expedition courses

To meet these goals, the Teacher partners with other Expedition team members. The Teacher will also do some collaborative work with the Academics team (and even possibly school teaching faculties) to research and develop a world-class Expeditions curriculum.

Specific Job Duties include:

Teaching Expeditions

  • Provide an overall student experience of extremely high quality

  • Facilitate learning experiences ,using a variety of methods including : direct instruction, project-based learning, small group tasks, individual student projects, individual and group writing tasks, formative and summative assessment, direct teacher feedback, extended individual students tasks and public performance/presentation

  • Tutor individual students, and provide student updates to families, where necessary

  • Design and implement social & emotional learning experiences as a recurring part of all courses

  • Maintain and reinforce Summit's graduated discipline process

Creating a curriculum

  • Generate core course programs and materials for each Expedition

  • Build a library of experiences, and a master rubric, to manage all educational aspects of Expeditions

  • Collaborate with other teachers to create student experiences that link to core academic work

  • Co-create, and partner around, a Master Expeditions strategy for Summit Public Schools

Requirements for Applying

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