High School Teaching/Teacher - Science - ChemistryDate Posted:
P-Tech NorwalkDate Available:
11/13/20212021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
TEACHER, CHEMISTRY (2021-22 SY)
Instruct students in the specific area of specialty; help students learn subject matter and skills that will broaden their learning experiences and contribute to their development in order to meet high expectations; communicate with parents; create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning; participate in professional learning Responsibilities
- Follow the scope and sequence of the instructional program as defined and approved by the Norwalk Board of Education
- Set and reinforce clear expectations and routines
- Manage the classroom and individual student behavior to maintain an advantageous learning environment
- Prepare lesson plans that achieve clear objectives, uses appropriate techniques, and serves the needs of all learners in the classroom
- Demonstrate strong content knowledge in Chemistry
- Maintain accurate and complete records as required
- Conduct parent/teacher conferences
- Assess student learning on continual basis and identify areas of intervention if needed
- Keep parents up-to-date of student progress through use of interim reports, report cards, and/or conferences
- Design instruction to meet the needs of all students through both individual and small group settings as needed
- Design and implement assessments that measure progress and use assessments to refine curriculum and instructional practices
- Design clear and specific learning assessments
- Maintain a positive learning environment that encourages open communication between the teacher and learner
- Maintain a positive school community image that encourages ethical student behavior
- Maintain ongoing communication with parents
- Assist in the selection of textbooks, equipment and other education materials
- Establish and maintains professional relationships
- Participate in professional learning by attending seminars and workshops to improve instructional practice and positively affect student achievement
- Maintain knowledge of current teaching methods, materials and educational practices for secondary school teaching
- Experience working with high school students in a diverse school setting
- Experience with team teaching in a multicultural high school environment
- Ability to communicate ideas and directives clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing
- Effective, active listening skills
- Ability to work effectively with others
- Organizational and problem-solving skills
- Active 031 CDE Certification, as required by the Connecticut State Department of Education
- Knowledge and skills required would generally be acquired with a Bachelor's Degree in Education or in a field appropriate.
- Demonstrated and successful experience in a multi-cultural high school setting.
- Fluency in Spanish desired.
- Demonstrated ability to teach high school classes. Experience with team teaching. Urban experience.
- Human relations skills to work effectively with students, parents, school administrators and school staff.
- Knowledge of teaching methods, materials and education practices applicable to secondary school teaching.
- Ability to prepare effective plans.
- Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent and/or Norwalk Board of Education may find appropriate
Days: Monday - Friday
Salary: In accordance with the NFT contract
Apply at www.norwalkps.org
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