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Part-Time Elementary School Teacher (K-4th)

Company: The Equity Project Charter School
Location: New York
Posted on: January 16, 2022

Job Description:

Why this job: Join a team of master teachers at The Equity Project (TEP) Charter School, featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and on 60 minutes for its revolutionary teacher salaries and its outstanding results.This is a flexible opportunity for an experienced educator looking for a unique part-time role leading instructional blocks for our Early Childhood/Elementary School students.This position is part-time, with a daily schedule ranging from 3-6 hours a day.Position Responsibilities:

  • Serving as a classroom teacher for daily live instruction
  • Preparation for daily instruction
  • Administering assessments as needed (may occasionally require time outside of daily instruction)
  • Writing Report Card Narratives & Inputting Grades and Narratives into TEP's student information systemPosition Requirements:
    • This position requires a minimum of 2 years of lead teaching experience in Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th Grade.
    • Experience with CKLA or Bridges in Mathematics curriculum is a plus
    • Note that a current teaching certification is NOT required.
    • In adherence with Department of Health guidelines, all charter school staff is required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.Accountability: The Part-Time Elementary School Teacher reports directly to TEP's campus leaders.Compensation: The Part-Time Elementary School teacher earns a rate of $125 per hour. This rate is in alignment with TEP's vision of leveraging outstanding teachers to achieve educational equity.Duration of Role: This position is a temporary role, through the end of the 2021-22 school year.To Apply:The first stage of the process is the application below. In order to be considered, you must submit an application that consists of all three components: 1 - Resume, 2 - Cover letter, 3 - Evidence of student learning. The requirements for each of the three components are specified in detail below.
      • RESUME: Please submit an up-to-date resume.
        • COVER LETTER: Please submit a well-written cover letter.
          • EVIDENCE OF STUDENT LEARNING: Submit one of the following three options:Option A: (HIGHLY PREFERRED)We understand you may be unable to provide a recorded video of you teaching in a classroom setting. If you do not have a video with students in the classroom (per the instructions below) you may still submit a video of yourself teaching. Get creative! You may include a video of you teaching (a) a lesson with/for no students, (b) a lesson of you teaching family members, (c) or a lesson for students virtually. We're excited to see your creativity. The video must be accompanied by a written narrative that analyzes and reflects upon the teaching that occurs in the lesson. There is no minimum or maximum length for the narrative. The video may be submitted in any format, but a link to a video posted online is preferred.An unedited video clip (maximum 15 minutes) of you teaching in a classroom setting (preferred) or a small-group setting. It is preferred that the students be in the same grade-level as the TEP teaching position for which you are applying, though this is not a strict requirement. The video may contain only one continuous, unedited clip (i.e. do not splice together multiple clips from different points in the lesson). The clip does not need to show an entire lesson; a brief lesson segment is perfectly acceptable. The video must be accompanied by a written narrative that analyzes and reflects upon the teaching and learning that occurs in the lesson and may offer an explanation as to what occurred prior to and subsequent to the clip. There is no minimum or maximum length for the narrative. The video may be submitted in any format, but a link to a video posted online is preferred.Option B: A portfolio of student work that demonstrates the progress of at least two specific students that you have taught. The portfolio must contain a minimum of two work products for each student (for a minimum of four work products) completed at different points in time during the period when each student was in your class. The portfolio must be accompanied by a written narrative that analyzes and reflects upon the progress that each student demonstrates. There is no minimum or maximum length for the narrative.Option C: Assessment data for at least one entire class of students that you have taught. The assessments may be standardized national, state, or city assessments or your own self-created assessments. The assessment data can be provided in any form that you choose (official documents with students' last names crossed-out, or documents that you create to summarize student assessment performance). The data you provide should ideally show progress over time; as such, it is recommended (though not required) that you provide data for at least two assessments taken at different points in time. The assessment data must be accompanied by a copy of the assessments themselves. If a specific assessment is unavailable, provide a copy of a similar assessment. The assessment data must also be accompanied by a written narrative that provides background on the assessments, explains how the assessments measure student performance, and analyzes the results of your class. There is no minimum or maximum length for the narrative. #ZR

Keywords: The Equity Project Charter School, New York , Part-Time Elementary School Teacher (K-4th), Education / Teaching , New York, New York

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