Upper School Mathematics Teacher
Woodlynde School welcomes and serves students who learn differently and empowers them to become strategic learners and self-advocates in a challenging and supportive college preparatory environment. The Upper School Mathematics teacher will be responsible for providing a student-centered, supportive classroom for students in grades 9-12.
· Provides direct instruction to students in mathematics. Traditional classes may include Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-calculus, Statistics/Trig, and/or Concepts of Calculus. Supportive classes may include Introduction to Algebra, Basic Geometry, Mathematics Applications, and Practical Statistics.
· Develops an ongoing working knowledge of each individual student’s educational and social and emotional needs.
· Effectively collaborates with learning specialists to integrate recommended teaching strategies into content area classes.
· Provides individual student assessment as needed.
· Shows evidence of adapting and differentiated instruction for all students.
· Maintains complete and accurate records that are reflective of a student’s performance and growth in knowledge.
· Develops and maintains genuine, positive, and consistent communication with parents.
· Contributes to the campus community.
· Practices professionalism through ongoing professional development, reflection, and continuous improvement.
· Participates in curriculum and other developmental programs and activities.
· Other duties as assigned
· A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Education or related field is required for consideration.
· Mathematics Teaching Certificate – Grades 7-12 preferred
· Special Education Teaching Certification a plus
· Experience working with students with learning disabilities and a commitment to supporting each student’s learning profile
· Excellent oral and written communication skills and a strong attention to detail
· Strength in organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to serve as a positive role model.
· Knowledge of the developmental, social, and emotional needs of Upper School students.
· Eager to work in a highly dynamic, energetic school setting as an integral member of a team.
· Self-directed, proactive, problem solver who connects with students with patience and compassions.
· Well organized, competent in basic computer skills, and dedicated to continuous improvement
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume
to Pamela Lasco, Executive Assistant to the Head of School,