This full-time position requires the teacher to teach multiple sections of fifth grade science in a blended on-campus and virtual 1:1 iPad environment that values project-based learning, collaboration and differentiated instruction. The fifth grade science program is an integrated curriculum that addresses the nature of science and introduces students to types of matter, astronomy, and forms of living things. Through inquiry-based exploration, students develop science process skills such as measurement, observation and inference, graphing, and experimental design. Students apply those skills in the subsequent units on matter, astronomy, and life science.
The teacher will be responsible for collaborating with Lower School science teachers on the evaluation and direction of Lower School science curriculum. As part of that work, the teacher will ensure the Lower School science curriculum aligns with the progression of Middle School science skills.
The teacher also serves as a Middle School advisor to a group of students. The advisor attends chapel with students, acts as their mentor, and provides organizational and self-advocacy instruction. The advisor works with the grade-level teaching team to plan, develop and facilitate appropriate skills, conversations and team-building activities for the grade. The advisor communicates regularly and as needed with parents and other teachers, conducts advisory meetings and discussion groups, and prepares for and participates in parent/student/advisor conferences.
A Bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree preferred.
Minimum of five years of experience teaching middle school science.
Demonstrated ability to design and deliver lessons in hybrid/blended and online learning environments.
About St. John's Episcopal School
St. John’s is an independent, coeducational Episcopal school serving up to 500 students in grades pre-k through eighth. Located in a park-like setting on 10 acres in East Dallas, the School offers its employees and students a supportive esprit de corps fueled by a common mission – one dedicated to a program of academic excellence designed to train the mind, strengthen the character and enrich the spirit of each student in a Christian environment. We think of St. John’s not just as a school but also as a very special kind of community. We seek to employee people who – regardless of the role they play in the School – understand that they impact the lives of our students, families and colleagues. The St. John’s Code calls us to model honesty and respectfulness in our relationships, responsibility in the performance of our assignments and a caring attitude that extends to all members of our community. Do you dream of becoming the best educator you can be? Of coming to work each day with a sense of mastery, belonging, and purpose? Of working with fun, collegial, collaborative, growth-minded professionals? If so, you could thrive at St. John’s.
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