190 Cummins Highway
Teachers who thrive at Brooke tend to be entrepreneurial instructors and hungry learners who crave frequent, high-quality feedback on their practice. At Brooke, teachers are constantly going above and beyond to meet the diverse needs of their students, and take on the challenging role of instructional leaders of their classrooms. Classroom teachers work as a team to support learning and achievement for all students in the school, not just for the students in their classroom.
The 4th Grade Elementary School Teacher will hold primary responsibility for the development of curriculum, the instruction of content, and the growth and success of their group of approximately 20 students 4th grade classroom.
Teachers’ hours are 7:15 am - 4:20 pm daily, with the student academic day running from 7:45 am to 4:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and 7:45 am to 12:30 pm on Wednesdays. In the summer of 2018, new teacher professional development will begin on July 18th, and the school year will begin in mid-August. There are openings across multiple Brooke schools in various grade levels (grades 3-5).
A successful Brooke 4th Grade Elementary School Teacher will ensure that all students feel challenged and known.
- Teach one class of 20 students all subjects with the exception of Science daily
- Provide small group and one-on-one targeted tutoring and support to students for approximately 60 minutes per day.
- Participate in regular interim data meetings with grade level team teachers and principal
- Engage in 20 administrative observations and 15 peer observations per year
- Actively participate in 3 hours every week of targeted professional development
- Communicate effectively with students, families, and colleagues
- Provide consistent and high academic and behavioral expectations
- Bachelor’s degree
- Shared dedication to Brooke’s mission and organizational values
- Commitment to ensuring academic success for all students
- Growth mindset and a desire to continually improve through frequent feedback, coaching, and professional development
- Minimum of two years of teaching experience as a classroom teacher (excluding student teaching, practicum, or international teaching experience)
- Create a classroom climate where students are held to the highest expectations for interpersonal and academic work, and are actively engaged in constructing their understanding of the core content
- Use frequent data collection and analysis to drive awareness of student needs, provide feedback, and plan instruction
- Excellent teamwork, communication, and organization skills
- Relate authentically and professionally with students, parents, and colleagues
Minimum Education Required