Full-time maternity leave position, with potential for permanent future hire.
Beginning in January 2018, The Lab School of Washington seeks a speech-language pathologist to work in our dynamic arts-infused program for students of average to above average intelligence with learning differences.
Position requires a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and expertise in evaluation and treatment of oral and written communication disorders, with specific experience teaching reading using research-based structured, systematic literacy instruction. Applicants must have enthusiasm for working with students with learning differences, excellent interpersonal, written language and communication skills and an interest in collaborative classroom therapy.
Join a dynamic, warm, and collaborative team of colleagues.
For almost 50 years, The Lab School has been providing an exceptional academic experience for intelligent students (grades 1-12) with learning differences. The first school of its type in the nation, The Lab School enjoys a worldwide reputation for transforming lives and guiding students on the path toward success.
The Lab School of Washington is an innovative learning community fostering schol...arship and creativity in students with different learning styles. In an environment of inquiry and hands-on exploration, Lab School students learn to advocate for themselves as they become engaged and compassionate members of a global society. The goals of the institution are to:
provide a rigorous, best in class, college-preparatory education;
prepare students for a lifetime of learning;
provide intensive remediation and teach useful learning strategies;
use visual and performing arts to facilitate the education process;
bring multi-sensory and experiential learning methods into the classroom;
support and educate parents;
pioneer research and design new methodologies to remain on the cutting edge of the field;
incorporate the latest technology into all Lab School programs;
provide a challenging yet collaborative environment for staff and invest in professional development;
disseminate the results of our programs to public and private schools that serve students who learn in both traditional and non-traditional ways.