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Upper School History Teacher (.5 FTE)


Position Type Teacher
Start 08/24/2020
School Name Lakeside School
City, State Seattle, WA 
Posted 01/16/2020

Lakeside School, an independent coeducational day school located in North Seattle, Washington, is currently recruiting for an Upper School History position, starting late August 2020.

Responsibilities
The teacher will report to the History & Social Sciences Department Head and the Upper School Director, and join a highly collaborative, innovative, and experienced faculty. Specific responsibilities for this position include the following:

  1. Teach two sections of core courses in World History, U.S. History, upper-level electives, or a combination of these.
  2. Provide academic support for students outside of class time (answering homework questions, consulting with them about their writing, and the like), as needed;
  3. Collaborate and participate actively in the work of the Department on innovative curriculum development, project-based learning, and assessment;
  4. Attend department and faculty meetings;
  5. Act as an advisor for 8 to 10 Upper School students;
  6. Actively participate in the life of the school community, assuming at least one additional out of the classroom duty, such as advising a student club, joining a standing committee, or coaching.
Requirements
  1. Successful candidates will hold at least a bachelor’s degree in history or a related field and will have a passion for history and for interacting with high school aged students, in and outside of the classroom.
  2. An advanced degree in history or a related field is desired.
  3. At least three years of prior history or social studies teaching experience at the secondary level is expected.
  4. Experience crafting a multicultural and inclusive curriculum is expected.
  5. Experience with interdisciplinary study and/or teaching will be considered an asset.
  6. The candidate should be proficient with current educational technology, especially blended learning platforms and strategies.
  7. Demonstrated cultural awareness, including knowledge of themselves and the cultural lenses they bring to interactions. The candidate will understand different perspectives; interact respectfully with cultures other than their own; and cultivate meaningful relationships with people that have different cultural frameworks.
  8. Candidates must satisfactorily complete two criminal background checks.
Working At Lakeside
At Lakeside we are committed to sustaining a school in which individuals representing diverse cultures and experiences instruct one another in the meaning and value of community. To learn more about working at Lakeside, including our professional development and mentoring programs, benefits, diversity and inclusion, and opportunities for involvement in non-academic programs, please visit our Careers page on the Lakeside School website.


Complete the online application here.

Lakeside School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.

Participate in the Independent School Diversity Career Fair hosted by Lakeside School
Saturday, February 1, 2020
For more information and to register visit Diversity Career Fair

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