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Last updated July 28, 2015
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Homeschool/Independent Study Teacher
General Description: King Harbor Boating Foundation/Inspire
Schools is looking for an individual to work with our Waterfront
Education team in Redondo Beach, CA.
We are seeking a highly friendly/welcoming, compassionate,
collaborative and organized individual to teach students in
3rd – 12th grade using APEX Learning (9th- 12th) and Odysseyware
(3rd – 8th grade) curriculum. This individual will be the
homeschool education support specialist for the student and
their family. Qualified applicants will have a valid California
multiple subject teaching credential.
• Excellent verbal and writing skills
• Proficient in MS Excel, MS Word, and Outlook
• Technology Literate
• On the water boating experience (highly desirable but not
• Marine biology and conservation knowledge (highly desirable
but not required)
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Develop a safe and creative learning community for students
• Support families with goal setting and development of homeschool
• Collect and process work samples and attendance logs from
students on a monthly basis.
• Collaborate with staff to organize enrichment activities
• Coordinate, plan, and attend various field trips.
• Send weekly communication to families.
• Support parent educators via e-mail, phone calls and monthly
• Attend all required staff meetings and trainings.
$40,500 - $48,000 to commensurate with experience + health
Please e-mail resume/CV and cover letter to email@example.com
and reference Waterfront Education.
Application Deadline: August 7, 2015
PolarTREC: Teachers and Researchers Exploring and Collaborating
PolarTREC (Teachers and Researchers Exploring and Collaborating)
is currently accepting applications from teachers for teacher
research experiences. Teachers are invited to submit an application
to participate in field research learning experiences during
the 2016 (usually Arctic) or 2016-17 (usually Antarctic) field
More information and application forms are available at:
PolarTREC—a program of the Arctic Research Consortium of
the U.S. (ARCUS)—is a professional development program for
educators, which pairs teachers with researchers to improve
science education through authentic polar research experiences.
The program integrates research and education to produce a
legacy of long-term teacher-researcher collaborations, improved
teacher content knowledge and instructional practices, and
broad public interest and engagement in polar science.
PolarTREC teachers will spend three to eight weeks in the
Arctic or Antarctic, working closely with researchers in the
field as an integral part of the science team. PolarTREC teachers
and researchers will be matched based on similar goals and
interests, and teachers will be trained to meet the program
requirements prior to the field season. While in the field,
teachers and researchers will communicate extensively with
their colleagues, communities, and students of all ages across
the globe, using a variety of tools including online journals,
photos, other multimedia, and web-based seminars.
Teachers and research projects will be selected and matched
to fill the approximately 12 openings available. All major
expenses associated with teacher participation in PolarTREC
field experiences are covered by the program and program partners,
including transportation to and from the field site, food,
lodging, and substitute teacher costs.
PolarTREC is funded by the National Science Foundation and
administered by the Arctic Research Consortium of the United
The application period for teachers to apply to participate
in PolarTREC will begin on Monday, 20 July 2015 and end Tuesday,
8 September 2015.
POLARTREC INFORMATIONAL WEBINAR
Interested teachers are encouraged to participate in a PolarTREC
informational webinar (web seminar), scheduled for Wednesday,
29 July 2015 at 1:00 p.m. Alaska Daylight Time [2:00 p.m.
PDT, 3:00 p.m. MDT, 4:00 p.m. CDT, 5:00 p.m. EDT]
For further information and to register to participate, please
go to: http://www.polartrec.com/teachers/webinar
Instructions will be sent to all registered participants.
Participation in the webinar is free, optional, and is not
a prerequisite for applying to the PolarTREC program.
Further information about PolarTREC, including program goals,
requirements, and frequently asked questions, is available
Or contact PolarTREC:
Two Part-time Math Teachers to Teach Students up to 8th
Afficient Academy is a technology-based company that provides
online and onsite after-school programs for high performing
elementary, middle, and high school students.
Education - BS/BA degree in mathematics,
physics, computer science or engineering.
Classroom teaching experience
Demonstrated ability to implement instructional practices
that increase student achievement
Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing
Exceptions to these requirements will be considered based
on exemplary skills
Teach 4th grade students on Saturdays from 8:30am to1:00pm
Teach 5th grade students on Saturdays from 8:30am to 4:00pm
with 1 hour lunch break
2015 - 2016 school year (August - June)
:How to Apply:
If you're inspired by our ambitious mission and energizsed
by our approach to math education, submit your application
today! Email your resume to
Application Deadline: August 31, 2015
University of Califoria, Berkeley - Public Education Specialist
4 (4169U) #18973
The Learning Design Group is a curriculum research and development
program at the Lawrence Hall of Science, with a portfolio
of award-winning science curriculum materials for use by pre-K
through Grade 8. One of the programs, Seeds of Science/Roots
of Reading, is a combined science and literacy program for
Grades 2-5, led by Jacqueline Barber, Associate Director of
the Lawrence Hall of Science, and P. David Pearson, Professor
and Dean Emeritus of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Education.
The program is undergoing a substantial revision and expansion
in order to extend the program for Grades K-5, add digital
enhancements, and address the Next Generation Science Standards.
The Learning Design Group seeks to hire an Elementary Curriculum
Lead to join the leadership team in the design and development
of the elementary curriculum.
• Provides intellectual leadership to a team of curriculum
• Uses considerable discretion to determine approaches, methods
and procedures for science content of new integrated science-literacy
curricular units for grades K-5.
• Plans and develops new K-5 curricular units assuring alignment
with new science standards.
• Recruits, selects, orients, evaluates and supervises elementary
science curriculum specialists.
• Evaluates, synthesizes and adjusts curriculum based on results
from pilots and field tests.
• Possesses advanced knowledge of best practices in science
education and ability to incorporate both best practices and
current research into curriculum products.
• Possesses advanced analytical, problem solving, interpersonal,
communication and presentation skills.
• Possesses advanced knowledge of and skill in K-5 science
• Elementary teaching experience in science.
• Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to provide effective
leadership to curriculum developers and teams.
• Demonstrates thorough knowledge of campus policies and procedures.
• Uses business software applications in completion of work
• Bachelors degree in science and/or education or related
area and/or equivalent experience/training. Continuing education
in related field required.
Salary & Benefits
$52,500.00-$80,300.00 depending on years of applicable experience,
internal equity, and other critical factors.
For more information and to apply, visit http://apptrkr.com/621674
919 Iverson Street
Salinas, California 93901
fax (831) 422-5065
TEACHER EMPLOYMENT BULLETIN
• High School Science Teacher (Biology and AP Biology)
• Full Time – 2015/16 School Year
• Bachelor's degree in subject area(s).
• Teaching credential and/or experience preferred.
MAJOR PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Develop and use appropriate instructional and learning strategies,
activities, and materials that reflect an understanding of
the varied learning styles and needs of students.
• Assess student learning through formal and informal means
and use results to plan instructional activities.
• Create a classroom environment conducive to learning and
appropriate for the intellectual, physical, social, and spiritual
development of students.
• Manage student behavior in accordance with the code of conduct
in the Student and Parent Handbook.
• Establish and maintain openness of communication with parents,
students, administrators, and other teachers.
• Perform additional duties and other responsibilities as
may be assigned.
• Placement on salary scale depending on degrees, credentials,
• Generous medical, dental, and vision benefits with 100%
• Stipends for assuming additional assignments such as coaching,
• 401(k) plan with employer contribution of 5% of base salary
after one year of continuous employment.
Those interested should contact Robert Viarengo either by
phone, FAX, or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications may be completed online at Edjoin.org.
Only those persons meeting the minimum qualifications will
be considered. Not all applicants will be interviewed.
Deadline to Apply: July 31, 2015
Biology Quiz Developer at Khan
At Khan Academy, we’re building a comprehensive set of biology
resources (videos, text-based explanations, and quizzes) that
cover the core topics students need to learn in high school
and introductory college biology. In particular, we’re seeking
great biology educators who can create quizzes that clarify
concepts, address common misconceptions, and help students
identify their own knowledge gaps.
If you are passionate about biology education and have experience
writing quiz or practice questions that help students improve
their understanding of concepts, we are looking for you! Join
us on our mission to provide a free, world-class education
for anyone, anywhere.
This is a paid contract position for 3-6 months, with the
opportunity to extend based on performance and Khan Academy’s
• Write biology quiz questions at the advanced high school/introductory
college level, based on Khan Academy’s video and text-based
explanations of various concepts
• Review other quiz developers’ questions to ensure consistency
• Deep understanding of advanced high school/intro college
• Strong intuition for how students learn and insight into
• Computer skills (e.g., familiarity with Google docs) and
a willingness to learn how to use new tools
• Excellent writing and time-management skills
• At least 10 hours per week to commit to this project
• A passion for education and a desire to change the world
• Please apply directly at:
Application Deadline: 12/31/2015
Bilingual Science Teacher
Paul Revere K-8 School seeks a full-time Bilingual Science
Teacher for Dual Language Immersion (DLI) students in grades
7 and 8. Applicants must possess a Single Subject Science
Credential, a Bilingual Spanish Authorization (BCLAD), a strong
record of successful cultural/linguistic responsiveness and
have 3+ years of experience.
What support can teachers expect?
•Up to two weeks of paid professional development during the
summer. Up to five additional paid working and/or professional
development hours per week during the school year. Full-time
Instructional Reform Facilitator, Literacy Coach, and Academic
Acceleration Teacher on-site to support and co-teach with
•$2,000 annual stipend for teaching in a ³Hard to Staff² school.
Opportunities for leadership, innovation, and creating change
•Create an account and complete a certificated application.
Attach a resume and a cover letter explaining your interest
in the Superintendent¹s Zone: Bayview and Paul Revere K-8
School. When asked to select Location Preference, identify
Southeast (Bayview, Hunter's Point) as Highly prefer.
•Search for Requisition Number 135171
View and apply to the position
•You should allow at least 2 weeks for processing after submitting
an application. Specific Positions for the 2015-2016 school
year are posted on an ongoing basis throughout the Spring
and Summer. The first day of work for teachers will be August
10, 20, 2015.