Act as a role model by giving witness to Gospel values in communications and interactions with students, parents, school personnel, and the community at large.
Adheres to the Professional Standards for Catholic School Educators.
Ensure your pupils achieve learning outcomes that are above average by preparing structurally sound lessons adhering to our coherent curriculum.
Instruct students in a clear, concise, and fun way utilizing research-based pedagogy.
Maintains a welcoming, organized, motivating, current physical space that encourages active engagement in learning and reflects the Catholic identity of the school.
Incorporate the school’s objectives into your curriculum by remaining up to date with mission and initiatives.
Attend staff development days to improve your skills and receive help and feedback from colleagues.
Regularly communicate with parents and legal guardians regarding child’s performance, track and record student progress and keep records up to date for progress reports and report card conferences.
Review curriculum needs and execute plans for improvement and provide tutoring and additional support.
Attend school events to better understand student interest and personalities outside of the regular classroom, build strong relationships with your students and aid in the strengthening of their self-confidence while inspiring them to achieve high goals.
Perform other duties and tasks as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in education or related field.
Hold or be eligible for Delaware or Maryland licensing/certification.
Expertise in the field of mathematics and/or science.
Experience teaching in a classroom environment.
Ability to communicate effectively with parents, staff, and colleagues.
Flexibility and high adaptation skills to work successfully in an unpredictable setting.
Organizational, computer, and communication skills.
Experience teaching in a diverse learning environment.