· Teach five sections of high school physics and science elective classes.
· Develop lesson plans that demonstrate a daring, deliberate and dynamic approach to the process of student discovery in the classroom. For example, design and deliver a differentiated curriculum that includes project based units and labs, hands on learning, and adventurous out-of-the-box thinking with the flexibility to respond to student driven initiative and interest.
· Effectively integrate technology tools to enhance learning and to prepare students for their future.
· Monitor assigned coursework and track student performance; provide consistent and regular feedback to students through conferences, written evaluations, and daily correspondence and interaction. Assume personal responsibility for student achievement.
· Act as an advisor to assigned group of students.
· Instruct and encourage individual students; establish goals for individualized students and small groups.
· Stay updated on current events and new discoveries in the field.
· Collaborate with colleagues and seek feedback in the spirit of continuous growth and improvement.
· Reflect on instructional practices to meet individual professional development goals.
· Participate in the life of the school; For instance, lead extra-curricular activities, sponsor clubs, facilitate after-school student activities, chaperone student events, or coach athletic teams.
· Participate in meetings and committees, such as grade level, department, and division meetings.
· Communicate with parents and other constituents in an appropriate and timely manner.