Location: San Francisco, California
Type: Full Time
Commensurate with experience
4 Year Degree
Sterne School provides full-day instruction to lower and high school students. The school’s mission is to build on the foundation of individual strengths to discover and nurture each student’s version of greatness. In a warm respectful atmosphere, our students become confident, disciplined, responsible citizens able to meet the challenges of further learning and society. The school is certified by the California State Department of Education and accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Sterne School is an equal opportunity employer.
JOB DESCRIPTION: The High School Math Teacher reports to the Head of the High School and is responsible for guiding students to achievement of the Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) and the 2019-2024 Strategic Plan. This is a full-time teaching position that includes four sections of some combination of Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II.
Sterne’s student population has a variety of learning needs that include Math Specific Learning Disabilities and Dyscalculia. The person who fills this position should be able to provide instruction that supports these needs by providing access through use of different modalities in instruction and assessments.
In keeping with our strengths-based model, we intend to empower faculty to teach within their expert subject areas. There may be instances where, due to scheduling, teachers may be asked to teach a subject outside of their preferred content area. We will provide appropriate support and professional development in these circumstances.
**In-person, on-campus teaching is an expectation for all faculty and staff.
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About Sterne School
Sterne School is a co-ed, independent day school in San Francisco.
At Sterne, we know there simply is not a one size fits all educational approach in a world where everyone’s learning profile is unique.
Every day, we teach students [in grades 4-12] how to unlock the learning style that works best for them.
We believe that when support is a part of, not an exception to the school day, kids can focus on being kids while also becoming confident, capable learners.