High School Social Studies - long term substitute

Location
Greenwich, CT, US
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Dec 01, 2017
Ref
858
Grade Level
High School
JobID: 858
  • Position Type:
    High School Teaching/Social Studies - History

  • Date Posted:
    9/12/2019

  • Location:
    Greenwich High School

  • Date Available:
    10/01/2019

  • Closing Date:
    ASAP

  •   High School Social Studies - long term substitute
    The employee in this position will teach the following social studies classes:
    • Ethics, Honors American History, and Civics 400
    Effective use of computer and technology to support instruction and personalized student learning is required.
    The teacher should be well-trained in the implementation of the CT Social Studies framework and CT Core Standards with rigor, purpose and planning to meet individual student needs.

    Responsibilities :
    • Work cooperatively with other team members to complete the lesson plan as well as improve the instructional program for students
    • Attend all department meetings and professional development activities
    • Other duties as assigned by the Program Coordinator/House Administrator
    Qualifications:
    • Graduated from an accredited university
    • CT certification is required (026)
    • Strong communication skills orally and in writing?
    Salary is based on appropriate GEA Grade/Step.

    A completed application must include a letter of interest, resume, copy of transcripts, copy of Connecticut certificate and at least three current letters of reference. Please review your documents after you have uploaded your electronic files to make sure that the entire document may be read on the screen. Please make sure that your transcripts are legible and print-able. We only accept supporting application materials online (resumes, cover letters and transcripts, etc.). Please do not send materials through the U.S. mail or by email. Instead, please upload your electronic files (Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF formats ) through the online application process. If you do not have your supporting materials in an electronic form, you may wish to visit a local business services company (Kinko's, OfficeMax, Staples, etc.) or your university career services department, as they should have the resources to help you scan your "hard copy" materials and save them in Adobe PDF format.

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