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[New Job Vacancy] PASSES Math Teacher /Case Coordinator job in PINKERTON ACADEMY, (Derry, NH 03038) – Jobs in Derry, NH 03038

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Company Name :-
PINKERTON ACADEMY
Position Name :-
PASSES Math Teacher /Case Coordinator
Company Location :-
Derry, NH 03038
Job Category :
 Education Jobs

Full Job Description :-
Pinkerton Academy, located in Derry, New Hampshire, sits on a beautiful 120 acres campus with 23 buildings. It is the largest independent academy in the United States offering more than 320 unique courses to approximately 3200 students. The Academy serves as the high school (grades 9-12) for the communities of Derry, Hampstead, Chester, Auburn, Hooksett and Candia.
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https://phl.applitrack.com/pinkertonacademy/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=High+School+Teaching
PASSES MATH TEACHER/CASE COORDINATOR
Contract Period: Academic-year position, 186 days, salaried, exempt
Supervisor: Special Education Director Qualifications: NH DOE General Special Education Certification or eligible for Statement of Eligibility. NH DOE Math Certification or eligible for Statement of Eligibility.
Profile of a Pinkerton Teacher
A Pinkerton teacher’s most important role is in the classroom and they strive to engage students in a student-centered learning environment. The development of this culture allows students to make meaning of the content and transfer their knowledge to new situations and real-life applications. Teachers should be facilitators of learning, coaching students to become independent, reflective, and critical thinkers. Teachers are supported in their professional learning towards growth in all areas and are encouraged to use a variety of techniques in their instruction and assessment. Fostering a positive, challenging, and supportive environment is essential to the academic and social-emotional development of our students. Pinkerton’s Vision for Instruction is utilized to guide a teacher’s practice.
As a member of the Special Education Department and the school community, it is essential that a Pinkerton special education/math teacher displays a collaborative attitude. The growth and progress of a department and the Pinkerton community depends on the involvement and engagement of the faculty members in supporting the department and school goals. Teachers’ creation of a positive atmosphere in the school community reinforces learning as a lifelong activity.
The modeling of Pinkerton’s goals of courtesy, respect, and responsibility can be demonstrated through a teacher’s relationships with students, staff, and parents.
Pinkerton Academy asks all faculty members to exhibit the highest degree of professionalism in all situations, whether they are actively instructing, performing professional duties, or representing the Academy in another capacity. It is imperative that a teacher maintain their certification, meet their commitments as outlined by the Employee Handbook and individual contracts, and uphold all school policies. If a teacher finds themselves in disagreement with any school policy, they can voice that disagreement within the processes outlined in the Employee Handbook. Pinkerton Academy faculty are dedicated to showing respect for others, their opinions, and their assignments. All faculty need to demonstrate integrity, sound judgment, and an ongoing commitment to their professional duties and growth, their students, and the Pinkerton community.
Essential Skills and Abilities of a Pinkerton Teacher Classroom
– Implements effective instructional practices to meet the needs of the learners

Integrates knowledge of mental health conditions and their educational impact.
Plans lessons and units for math courses taught in the program and academic skills
Implements effective specialized instructional practices to meet the needs of the learners
Plans specialized instruction that focuses on student goals and is supported by research
Assesses student progress, collects data, updates present levels, provides feedback in a timely manner, and alters instruction based on that feedback
Communicates and adheres to clear grading procedures aligned with department policy
Monitors and documents progress of students and issues reports based on department timelines
Maintains accurate student records and data, including grades and attendance
Utilizes appropriate and available resources (technology, professional growth opportunities, collaboration)
Communicates proactively with students and all other stakeholders (including parents and district LEAs) regarding student progress
Provides support and remediation for students outside of class time
Provides case management that complies with Pinkerton, state, and federal guidelines/laws Department
Exhibits enthusiasm, cooperation, and professionalism with respect to department responsibilities
Engages and participates in department meetings, professional learning communities, and common planning
Displays professional growth in relation to individual, department, and school initiatives
Collaborates and shares expertise or areas of professional growth with colleagues
Collaborates with the math department on math curriculum.
Communicates effectively and respectfully with department members
Participates in
Specialized instruction planning
Team meetings
CPS planning, implementation, and monitoring
Inventory and budgeting
General supervision
Professional growth
Departmental responsibilities

Displays
– Professionalism
– Appropriate conduct and behavior
– Punctuality
– Care of equipment and facilities
– Reliability
– Appropriate management techniques
– Strong communication skills (written & verbal)
School and Community
– Displays respect for all members of the school community
– Participates fully in commitments beyond the role in the classroom (i.e. assigned duty period, campus supervision, chaperoning, co-curricular, extra-curricular activities)
-Promotes progress of the school community by engaging in committees that enact change
– Engages in other school functions as a representative of the department and the school (i.e. course night, graduation, freshman field day, open house)
– Supports student involvement and engagement outside of the classroom
Job Type: Full-time
Benefits:

Dental insurance
Flexible spending account
Health insurance
Health savings account
Life insurance
Retirement plan
Tuition reimbursement
Vision insurance

Schedule:

Monday to Friday

Work Location: One location

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