St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School seeks passionate, contemporary teachers who will join elementary teams to create integrated, personal learning experiences for our students. As described by Hayes-Jacobs and Alcock, we need teachers who can self-navigate their professional learning, act as a social contractor, media critic, media maker, publisher, innovative designer, globally connected citizen, and advocate for learners and learning. Not only should applicants be seekers of new information and skills, but they should be digitally literate with a wealth of educational applications available to support learning and a willingness to share their knowledge with colleagues. We look forward to hearing from you.
Teachers applying for these positions must LOVE teaching math. Three years + of teaching experience preferably in an independent school would be an asset. They should consider technology an important tool for the teaching and learning process and ideally have an Early Childhood or Elementary Education Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university
Additional Salary Information: Full Benefits package discussed with viable candidates
Internal Number: 20191
About St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School
St. Stephen's is a co.ed., parish, day school serving 300+ students in PK3 through Grade 5. The 3.5-acre school is nestled in a serene, oak grove close to Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, an eclectic section of Miami, Florida. As an Episcopal school, we pride ourselves on our inclusive nature and service to others. Our curriculum grows more progressive with a continual change from traditional classrooms to a project and problem-based learning approach. We are a one-to-one iPad school where a careful balance between the basics and student-driven learning allows for creativity and collaboration to develop. Our students are sought after by area middle schools. The sense of community that exists on our campus is palpable. Incredible accomplishments take place on a regular basis as a result - the most recent being the building of an Art and Innovation Center.