Moravian Academy is seeking an innovative and experienced full-time faculty member to teach eighth grade mathematics for the 2018-2019 school year. This teacher will be responsible for designing and implementing math curriculum for courses in a collaborative department of colleagues. The eighth grade teacher would be expected to teach Algebra I, Algebra II and/or Geometry. This is an exciting opportunity to join an established program and to work with a dedicated team of professionals.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Design and deliver four sections of eighth grade mathematics classes
Teach or co-teach one elective section
Lead an advisory group of 8-12 students
Facilitate hands-on exploration, student collaboration and problem-solving; integrate student-centered pedagogical practices into the curriculum
Create meaningful partnerships with parents and families, including regular communications through school-supplied online tools, emails, and phone calls
Participate in professional collaboration with departmental colleagues
Assess and provide feedback to students and parents during comment and grading periods
To Apply: Submit digital materials, including a letter of intent, resume and statement of educational philosophy, to firstname.lastname@example.org . Address letter of intent to: John Donecker, Middle School Director.
A Bachelor’s degree in mathematics or related field required; Master’s degree preferred
At least two years of teaching experience preferred
Preference will be given to applicants with a previous background in independent schools or similar college-preparatory programs
Proficiency in digital tools for collaborative, student-centered learning.
About Moravian Academy
About the School
Founded in 1742, Moravian Academy is a coeducational primer-grade 12 independent college preparatory school. The Academy, located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has an enrollment of over 730 students. The school has three divisions: the lower school (primer-grade 5), the middle school (grades 6-8) and the upper school (grades 9-12). Our lower and middle schools are located in historic downtown Bethlehem and the upper school is located on a bucolic 120-acre campus in Bethlehem Township, approximately 6 miles from the downtown campus. Moravian Academy is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools, and the Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education.
Moravian Academy is a church-related school whose Moravian tradition affirms that young people best realize their potential in an atmosphere of love and understanding. We seek to promote the child’s full development in mind, body and spirit. Since 1742, our tradition has encouraged sound innovations to meet the contemporary challenges while recognizing the permanence of basic human values.