Carroll School is a dynamic, independent day school for students in grades 1 through 9 who have been diagnosed with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.
The position instructs language learning-disabled students in a biology curriculum at the ninth grade, college-prep level and general science at the eighth grade level. Responsibilities will include teaching content, supporting focus and organizational skills, advising students, and serving as a liaison between the ninth grade and the middle school.
- Create a culture of academic rigor, goal setting and attainment, and strategic purposefulness
- Formulate lesson plans that meet the curriculum guidelines
- Help students design and implement individualized study skill programs according to their needs
- Team-teach classes in discipline of up to 16 students
- Assist in managing the academic program and progress of each student throughout the year
- Design, monitor, and manage the focused support for each student
- Design and implement off-campus educational experiences for students
- Plan strategically for the growth of the program each year
- Serve as advisor
- Collaborate with the Transition Director to plan for each student’s next school
- Supply to school administrators: grades, writing comments, interim progress reports
- May assist in after-school program activities
- Integrate technology into academic classes and overall program
- Perform duties as required
- Bachelor’s Degree required and Massachusetts licensure by the DOE required or willing to pursue
- Master’s Degree preferred
- Experience teaching science at the high school level
- Minimum of 3 years teaching experience
- Have the ability teach using multisensory education methods
Carroll School offers a competitive salary and benefits package as well as professional development opportunities. Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer.