The Dalton School seeks a High School Science teacher to teach Biology, Chemistry, with an option to teach a STEM elective.
Science at Dalton is taught through an inquiry-based approach, with an emphasis on developing scientific habits of mind. These include scientific literacy, data analysis and critical thinking skills.
Support the mission of The Dalton School and the Dalton Plan.
Engage actively in the equity and diversity work at The Dalton School.
Work collaboratively to design innovative curriculum.
Implement research-based pedagogy.
Meet individually with students for enrichment or additional support as per the Dalton Plan.
Create an engaging classroom environment where students feel challenged and supported.
Ability to work productively and collaboratively with a diverse faculty and student body.
Bachelor’s degree in science education, science, or related field required; graduate degree preferred.
Open-minded, flexible, and adaptable.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
The Dalton School has flourished and grown in ways only imagined in 1919 when it was founded by Helen Parkhurst. In its centennial year, Dalton is recognized as a national and international model of progressive education based upon a rigorous and challenging academic curriculum. Guided by the Dalton Plan, we are an intentionally diverse community committed to a tradition of life-long learning and educational innovation.
The Dalton School actively seeks to forward the equity and diversity of our community in our admissions, programs, and hiring. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, ethnic origin, age, physical disability or sexual orientation in administration of our educational policies, hiring policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, athletics and other school-administered programs.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to the employment portal using the following link - www.dalton.org/employment
The Dalton School is an independent, co-educational day school (K-12), founded in 1919 by the renowned progressive educator Helen Parkhurst. Parkhurst’s visionary Dalton Plan remains the keystone of the school’s progressive educational philosophy and is now the model for over 200 Dalton schools in other parts of the world.
The Dalton School is the innovative leader in developing creative problem solvers who identify issues, grapple with possibilities, and design solutions to global challenges from multiple perspectives.
Dalton is recognized for its rigorous, innovative educational curriculum and offers its 1,300 students a breadth of stimulating and challenging programs taught by our dedicated faculty. Our high academic standards are complemented by an exemplary performing and fine arts curriculum – taught by faculty who are professionals in their fields – and a full range of athletic teams and extra-curricular activities.
The Dalton School actively seeks to forward diversity through its programs and hiring.