South Henry School Corporation
Position: Vocal/General Music Teacher 2019-2020 School Year
- Must be licensed as a K-12 Indiana Chorus/Vocal Music or General Music Teacher
- Ability to lead, perform, and direct music
- Interest and ability to lead students in extracurricular activities
- Effective organizational and leadership skills
- Ability to effectively communicate with students, parents, staff, and administration
- Willingness to develop a quality program for all students
- Candidate will be responsible for teaching choral music to junior and senior high school students as well as general music to students in grades K-5
- Provide basic vocal and general music instruction to elementary students
- Serve as director of the junior and senior high school choirs
- Prepare students for participation in solo and ensemble contests
- Pick up application at the Superintendent’s Office or at http://www.shenry.k12.in.us
- Return the completed application via U.S. Postal Service, FAX, or email to:
South Henry School Corporation
Attn: Wesley A. Hammond, Superintendent 6972 S. State Rd. 103 – Room 35 Straughn, IN 47387
FAX: (765) 987-7589
- Contact Wesley A. Hammond, Superintendent ● email@example.com
- (765) 571-1119
Deadline: Until Filled
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch Teacher
THE PLTW Launch teacher plays a critical role in ensuring students receive high-quality instruction in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Working with classrooms at all grade levels, the Launch teacher promotes STEM subjects including technology integration, following the outlined STEM modules, and promoting innovative ideas. The Launch teacher will instruct students in grades kindergarten through ﬁve during regularly scheduled class sessions two times per week. This position is also responsible for collaborating with teachers in promoting technology integration activities into the core curriculum, including preparation for eLearning days as necessary.
- Current and Valid Indiana Teacher Certiﬁcate
- Excellent communication skills
- Evidence of productive experience with problem-based learning
- Evidence of planning, organization, and time management skills that will bring structure and accountability to the position
- Proven ability to apply science and/or math content knowledge, formative assessment, and technology integration at a high level.
- Deep understanding of student learning theory, brain-based learning, and diﬀerentiated instruction
- Master’s Degree
- Experience in delivering professional development to teachers.
- Evidence of at least three (3) years of exemplary classroom teaching experience.
- A proven track record in the use of a rich array of instructional methods, the analysis and use of data and technology to improve instruction, and the ability to build professional relationships, solve problems, and plan collaboratively.
- Proven ability to collaborate with teachers regarding student learning.
- Desire to continue learning “what works” in classroom instruction.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Deliver STEM-oriented instruction through project-based learning methods
- Attends professional development and training related to STEM programs and methodologies, staying abreast of current research
- Employs a variety of instructional techniques, instructional media, and performance assessments, which guide the learning process toward curriculum goals and student learning
- Uses technology to promote learning, creativity, and collaboration
- Works directly with school administrators and staﬀ in the development, implementation, and evaluation of STEM initiatives and curriculum
- Organizes, develops, and coordinates special STEM events/activities
- Coaches teachers on STEM initiatives and instructional best practices in the STEM areas
- Shares STEM events and activities through social media
- Follows the District’s job description on for teacher
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
- 183 days/year per CTA Collective Bargaining Agreement
- Salary per CTA Collective Bargaining Agreement