Lower/Middle School Computer Science, Long-term Substitute
St. Mark's School of Texas
May 31, 2018
Full Time - Faculty
4 Year Degree
St. Mark's School of Texas is seeking a computer science teacher to serve as a long-term substitute, teaching first-sixth grades from November 2018 through January 2019. In addition to having experience teaching computer applications to lower and middle school students, the ideal candidate will be a creative problem-solver and have the ability to write engaging lesson plans introducing new concepts. Knowledge of the core applications in Microsoft Office 365 and Google Classroom, various methods of cloud computing, as well as experience in Chromebook and iPad management are assets as well. Candidate also needs to be competent and comfortable in providing technical and educational support to his/her peers.
Experience / Qualifications and Skills
A Bachelor’s degree
A minimum of three years teaching experience is preferred
Qualified applicants should email a letter of interest, resume, and a statement of teaching philosophy to email@example.com.
About St. Mark's School of Texas
Founded in 1906, St. Mark's School of Texas is a non-sectarian, college-preparatory, independent day school for boys in grades one through twelve. The School’s charter states that it is “designed to afford its students well-rounded physical, intellectual, moral, and religious training and instruction.” The School is intended to be a diverse community of teachers and students who share a love of learning and who strive for high achievement in whatever they undertake.
St. Mark’s aims to prepare young men to assume leadership and responsibility in a competitive and changing world. To this end, the School professes and upholds certain values. These values include the discipline of postponing immediate gratification in the interests of earning eventual, hard-won satisfaction; the responsibility of defending one’s own ideas, of respecting the views of others, and of accepting the consequences for one’s own actions; and an appreciation for the lively connection between knowledge and responsibility and the obligation to serve.