Backwards plan with big ideas, essential questions, knowledge, and skill goals.
Plan on-the-spot and unit assessments to measure student learning.
Design lessons that target multiple learning needs, styles, and interests.
Foster positive interactions and teach useful social skills.
Have a repertoire of discipline “moves” that can defuse most behavior problems before learning is impacted.
Capture and maintain most students’ attention.
Maximize academic learning time through coherence, lesson momentum, and smooth transitions.
Delivery of Instruction
Activate students’ prior knowledge and hook their interest in each unit and lesson.
Use clear explanations, appropriate language, and examples to present material.
Orchestrate effective strategies, materials, and classroom groupings to foster student learning.
Have students think about, discuss, and use the ideas and skills being taught.
Differentiate instruction to accommodate most students’ learning needs.
Monitoring, Assessment, and Follow-Up
Provide clear criteria for proficiency, including rubrics and exemplars of work.
Frequently check for understanding and give students helpful information if they seem confused.
Have student set goals, self- assess, and know where they stand academically.
Take responsibility for students who are not succeeding and get them extra help.
Reflect on the effectiveness of teaching/learning and how to improve it.
Complete paperwork, duties, and assignments accurately and punctually.
Demonstrate professional demeanor and maintain appropriate boundaries.
Be ethical and above-board, use good judgment, and maintain confidentiality with student records.
Collaborate with colleagues to plan, share teaching ideas, and look at student work.
Seeks out effective teaching ideas from colleagues, workshops, and other sources.
Willing to participate beyond the academic program.
BA in mathematics, or related field
Bilingual English / Spanish Preferred
Experience teaching in other international or bilingual schools
Have PYP, MYP, or IB Diploma training
EBI’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is central to our mission and our hiring practices. People of color and LGBT candidates are strongly encouraged to apply
About Escuela Bilingue Internacional
Escuela Bilingüe Internacional (EBI) is an independent co-educational dayschool located in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland of the San Francisco Bay Area. EBI is authorized by the International Baccalaureate to offer the Primary Years Programme. The school offers a Spanish-English dual language program, extending from pre-K through 8th grade. EBI opened its doors in September 2006, with preschool and kindergarten.
The mission of Escuela Bilingüe Internacional is to provide an excellent Spanish-English bilingual education based on the highest international academic standards in an environment that thrives on diversity, fosters global citizenship, and develops the character necessary to recognize that cultural uniqueness is the touchstone of our common humanity.