Are you on a mission to become an educational game changer? We are looking for truly dynamic, innovative, educational thought leaders and teachers to join the Science faculty at Oak Meadow High School. We are in the midst of an exciting endeavor to reimagine our educational approach in order to push the envelope of project based learning (https://www.bie.org/about/what_pbl andhttps://www.edutopia.org/video/5-keys-rigorous-project-based-learning) and its power to connect students to the important social and cultural issues of our time. If you are a highly creative educator with a drive to foster a new generation of progressive thinkers, we would love to hear from you.
Our rigorous private independent distance learning school is the only distance program to earn accreditation by the prestigious New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Student engagement is designed in the spirit of the Harkness table, with the goal of challenging students to be engaged citizens of the world. We expect our students to leave Oak Meadow as free thinkers who are empowered to critically reflect on their world, a mindset that allow them to be active decision-makers who help shape their community rather than falling into prescribed notions and career trajectories.
Excellent written and spoken communication skills
Dedication to the educational field
Knowledge or willingness to learn and use online, collaborative tools to facilitate student engagement
Experience with the Google platform
Willingness to collaborate on interdisciplinary projects
If you are interested in applying for this challenging and rewarding position, please send your CV with a cover letter detailing your experience with PBL to email@example.com. No phone calls, please.
Master’s degree and 3 years classroom teaching experience
Advanced experience implementing Project Based Learning Experience working with gifted, self motivated students
Faculty must live within regional proximity to Brattleboro VT and be able to convene for monthly meetings.
Oak Meadow is a homeschooling curriculum publisher and a distance learning school with over 600 students enrolled worldwide in grades K -12. We seek resourceful, dynamic individuals to join our talented, inclusive group of educational professionals in supporting Oak Meadow’s growing community of homeschooling families from around the world.
Our staff and faculty are deeply committed to providin...g an engaging, personalized education for our students. Staff members work in our Brooks House headquarters in downtown Bratteboro and in our open and sunny converted warehouse space in the Cotton Mill building. Faculty members work from home, and they come to Brattleboro once a month for faculty meetings devoted to sharing and cultivation of best practices in distance learning.
Before applying for any positions, we recommend reading the educational philosophy behind our award-winning curriculum and our unique distance learning model. You might also want to meet our K-8 and High School faculty, read the latest issue of our educational journal, Living Education, and browse our bookstore to familiarize yourself with our impact in the educational field.
To request additional information, please send a letter of interest with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your letter, be sure to tell us how your experience could support the Oak Meadow mission.
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