5 General Education Teacher (Immediate Hire)

Job Type

Full Time

Published

09/26/2018

Start Date

10/01/2018

Address

330 Alabama Ave.
Brooklyn
NY
11207
United States

Description

Lead Teacher

About Hyde Leadership Charter School:

Hyde is built on the belief that every person has a unique potential and larger purpose in life, and character growth is key to exposing that potential and purpose. Hyde maintains a student-centered culture that motivates character development and emphasizes curiosity, courage, concern, integrity and leadership. Our goal is to prepare children for college and beyond, and to live their lives according to standards of personal excellence. We believe in order to provide the best possible education for our young leaders, we as educators need to be in a continuous growth process. Working at Hyde-Brooklyn is a unique and rewarding experience because our staff receives both professional development and participates in their own self- discovery process through the Hyde process of journaling, facilitated discussion, workshops and seminars.

Summary:

The Teacher works to support student progress by coordinating on lesson planning, sharing data, team teaching and providing information and materials to families. Thorough excellent communication, organizational skills and great energy the Lead Teacher supports the academic and personal growth of our students, while making sure all students are successful and develop strong characters. The Teacher makes sure the students understand the school wide expectations and policies while consistently asking the students to follow the outlined expectations for common areas within the school. In addition Teacher supports staff in the scheduled arrival, mealtime and dismissal duties.

Job Duties

  • Plan lessons and manage classroom in an inspiring, rigorous and urgent way
  • Use State Standards as a guide for planning
  • Implement all approved curricular programs including but not limited to: enVision’s Math, TERC Investigations in Numbers, Data and Space, Social Studies, Science Kits
  • Design and teach Social Studies projects and inquiry projects
  • Contact families via telephone or face to face to inform on student’s progress and keep an updated log of the contact
  • Manage classroom communities as effective learning communities and follow school-wide common area expectations
  • Submit lessons plan on a weekly basis demonstrating a seamless connection to the Scope & Sequence
  • Plan, organize and replenish lesson plans for substitute teachers in case of emergency absence
  • Schedule planning time with Associate Teachers and provide them with copies of completed lesson plans for collaborative review and revision
  • Collaborate fully with grade level team teachers in planning, student supports, transitions and materials management
  • Provide students with a report card each quarter for performance and behavior in addition to quarterly progress reports
  • Work collaboratively with AIS and SPED specialist to support student progress by coordinating on lesson planning, sharing data, team teaching and providing information and material
  • Attend Child Study Team (CST) meetings in order to create a comprehensive RtI plan and participate in a productive and positive way to identify interventions for students both, academically and developmentally
  • Meet all test and data reporting deadlines
  • Maintain anecdotal and formal evaluative records (checklists, anecdotal notes, quiz/test, etc.)
  • Participate actively in weekly grade level team planning meeting by planning units of study and weekly lessons collaboratively with team teacher(s), specialist and administrators
  • Attend all faculty meetings

Skills and Characteristics:

  • Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with colleagues, families and students
  • Be a team player
  • Display maturity, humility, strong work ethic, follow-through, sense of humor, willingness to respond positively to feedback and a “roll-up-my-sleeves” attitude.
  • Strong instructional and classroom management skills
  • Mastery of and enthusiasm for subject matter
  • A belief that everyone is gifted with a unique potential
  • Show commitment to character development and family partnerships

Requirements

  • Demonstrated success working in an urban school setting
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
  • A Master’s degree in Education or relevant content area (preferred)
  • New York State Certification (preferred)

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

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