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January 11, 2019
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Upper School Biology Teacher- Summer School 2019
Description
Brentwood School inspires every student to:
Think critically and creatively.
Act ethically.
Shape a future with meaning.

BRENTWOOD SCHOOL
Upper School Biology Teacher- Summer 2019

Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is looking for an Upper School Biology Teacher for summer 2019. We are looking for individuals from independent, public, private, or charter high schools, or colleges, with experience in teaching high-school aged students and with one or more degrees in biology.

It is expected that a successful candidate would:

Teach Upper School Biology, a rigorous year-long credit course, during our six-week summer program
Make science meaningful and relevant to the larger school community
Communicate with students, parents/guardians, and faculty/staff as necessary
Plan curriculum in conjunction with other members of the Science Department
Incorporate educational technology throughout instruction and course work

In addition, a candidate should possess the following personal qualities:

Commitment to diversity and inclusion
Strong collaboration skills
A sense of humor, warmth of personality, energy, and an appreciation of high-school aged students
An interest and openness to professional development
Flexibility

Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. Information about our school can be found at www.bwscampus.com.

Please submit your letter of interest and rsum to:

Kristen Letchworth
Summer Programs Director
100 S. Barrington Place
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Fax: 310-476-5844
[email protected]


Contact
Kristen Letchworth
KLetc[email protected]

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