This position is designed for aspiring and early career mathematics educators with a passion for educating students from urban areas. The Mathematics Intervention & Remediation Instructor will be responsible for teaching pre-algebraic and algebraic skills to students between 6th and 9th grade.
The ideal candidate has a passion for working with students from urban areas, advanced knowledge of mathematics, and 1+ years' experience tutoring or teaching high school level mathematics.
Primary responsibilities include:
Under the supervision of an academic coach, creating engaging lesson plans in line with NJ State Standards
Collaborate with fellow team members to co-plan and co-teach lessons
Connect with and inspire students
Supervision and coaching from an NJ certified teacher
Competitive compensation ($1600-$2000 for the program)
This is an in-person program.
Class sizes will be limited.
All staff and students will be required to adhere to Covid protocols including mask-wearing, surface cleaning, and social distancing when appropriate.
Overview of Application Process
Applications are now being processed on a rolling basis and close officially on May 21st, 2021. To have priority consideration, we suggest that applicants submit their applications before the deadline. Below are the components of the application process:
Mathematical Aptitude Testing (online)
Virtual Interview & Lesson Demo
Fingerprinting, Criminal History, & Background Check
Applicants should also take note of these important dates before applying.
June 28th, 10 am- 3 pm: Team Lunch & Training in Princeton, NJ
June 30th, 10 am - 3 pm: Team Lunch & Training in Princeton, NJ
July 2nd, 9 am - 3 pm: Training in Trenton, NJ
July 5th - July 30th, 7:30 am-2:30 pm: Summer Program
This application will require approximately 45 minutes to complete.
You will need:
Your unofficial transcript
Two professional references
Your calendar for scheduling
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