As a member of a teaching team, the teacher will be responsible for teaching students in an interesting, stimulating, and effective manner. He or she uses a variety of instructional methodologies and curriculum resources to teach content and skills to students. They regularly administer different forms of student assessments and use the information gained from these to guide instructional planning.
The teacher works as a team member, participating in common planning, professional development, and curriculum design. Teachers are reflective about their practice and as they develop areas of expertise, share this with their team members. Teachers collaborate with house team members to analyze different forms of student assessments, communicate with parents and other team members about student progress, and plan for further instruction. They work to integrate technology into their teaching and professional activities.
Meet EdisonLearning Teaching Core Principles;
Implement EdisonLearning, school and district policies and procedures;
Work closely with lead teachers and other colleagues to develop and build teaching skills;
Collaborate with colleagues on curriculum, student needs and assessment;
Contribute to a culture of professionalism among team members;
Monitor academic progress of students in their class/es;
Maintain ongoing communication with parents, staff, and community;
Integrate technology into the instructional program and become proficient in its use;
Develop effective instructional and classroom management techniques.
Key Behavioral Competencies:
- Generally asks relevant and insightful questions to establish facts
- Seeks to understand key decision making issues and characteristics when guided by others
- Shows increasing understanding of EdisonLearning work processes and standards
- Thinks to ask questions about actions required to produce expected results
- Expresses interest in taking on varied projects and tasks to develop new skills in most situations
- Develops and maintains positive working relationships with co-workers by being punctual and maintaining a pleasant work attitude
- Shows that understands accepted professional conduct within the EdisonLearning environment by acting honestly and openly and responding positively to any feedback on professional conduct
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree required
Meets the state-specific definition of a highly qualified teacher, including any licensure and subject-area requirements
Minimum of 2 years of teaching experience preferred
Evidence of educational experiences after college (fellowships, summer study, or graduate course work to pursue greater depth in a subject area, specific instructional methodology, curriculum development, special education, technology, etc.) preferred
The EdisonLearning Vision A world-class education for every child.
The EdisonLearning Mission: At the heart of all of EdisonLearning partnerships, services, and programs is a set of core values to which all members of the EdisonLearning community subscribe. By actively promoting and embracing these values, we provide a clear reference point that encourages a positive ethos and guides all that we do. This is true for all members of the EdisonLearning community including teachers, administrators, support staff and students.
The EdisonLearning Schools Core Values: Wisdom; justice; courage; compassion; hope; respect; responsibility; and integrity—provide the basis for our character and ethics curriculum and student management system that contribute to building a positive learning environment. Helping students develop into responsible citizens is an integral part of the EdisonLearning program.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of EdisonLearning, Inc. to provide educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, alienage and citizen status, age, marital status, disability, prior record of arrest or conviction (except as provided by law), sexual orientation, gender (sex), and to maintain an environment free of discriminatory harassment, including sexual harassment, or retaliation as required by civil rights law.
Please forward applications to Principal: jeff.homan@mainstreet.