The master teacher should bring energy and passion for teaching Lower School students. Other responsibilities and necessary competencies include the following:
Innovative, forward thinking, and growth-minded
Possess a solid understanding of the developmental needs of young children
Provide classroom instruction that is aligned with current best practices and is student-centered
Collaborate and partner with students, parents, and colleagues positively and professionally
Participate actively in the work of the department on curriculum development and pedagogy
Participate actively in the work of the grade level to develop and implement curricular and co-curricular offerings
Participate in other aspects of the School community (i.e. advising a student club, athletics, committees)
Qualifications: The teacher should have training and experience teaching and learning with Lower School students and faculty. A master’s degree is preferred. The teacher must be able to work with young students who vary in ability and learning styles, both nurturing and challenging as necessary. The teacher should have demonstrated success meeting the individual needs of learners and differentiating instruction. The teacher will also possess strong classroom management and organizational skills. References should address the teacher’s skills as well as the ability to collaborate with other adults in an educational setting.
Teacher should possess excellent communication and technology skills; professionalism and grace in dealing with people at all levels; success working with students and colleagues in and outside of the classroom; leadership ability. The teacher must be able to meet the physical requirements of the position.
Additional Salary Information: Salary/Benefits: Ravenscroft School is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding employees through a compensation plan that compares favorably with those of regional peer schools. A full benefits package includes TIAA/CREF retirement and generous medical/dental coverage.