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Posted
January 22, 2019
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Position
History Teacher
Description
The Waverly School seeks a full-time high school history teacher for the 2019-20 school year.

The ideal candidate :
- Has demonstrated academic preparation in ancient and world history, and social sciences
- Is an experienced educator, committed to teaching adolescents and young adults
- Is resourceful in creating learner-centered, meaningful lessons and activities
- Understands differentiation strategies
- Enjoys working with adolescents
- Is a strong collaborator
- Is a strong communicator, able to give student and families feedback about student progress
- MA preferred, BA minimum, and at least 3 years of teaching experience

Please email resume to the contact in this posting. No phone calls, please.

The Waverly School is a nonsectarian, coeducational, college preparatory, progressive day school that spans young kindergarten through high school. Waverly provides an experience-based, cross-disciplinary education in which students are expected to work to their highest potential. Waverly is dedicated to helping students become confident, curious, resourceful learners who demonstrate intellectual engagement, critical and creative thinking, respect for individual differences, and a strong sense of personal and social responsibility. The Waverly School has three campuses and a one-acre organic farm, all within walking distance of one another, in Pasadena, CA.


Contact
Joel Murillo
[email protected]

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