Shawnee State University
Children’s Learning Center
Director of Children’s Learning Center
The Director, CLC is responsible for overall administration of CLC on both a daily and long term basis including: hiring, training, and supervision of: staff, program and curricular planning, coordination with SSU Early Childhood Licensure programs, marketing, recruiting and enrollment management, oversight of facility maintenance, equipment and supplies, meal and snack coordination and budget coordination and management. The CLC Director will be the early childhood education leader of the pre-school. Occasional teaching of courses in the university’s early childhood license program will be possible.
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University of Cincinnati
Blue Ash College
Adjunct Instructor of Reading
On a part-time limited basis, the Adjunct Faculty member’s primary academic functions include teaching, discovering, creating, and reporting knowledge to a diverse set of students.
Part-time faculty must have experience and training to provide course instruction in Reading, Literacy, and/or Developmental Education. Adjunct faculty members will be expected to (1) use our course management system (Canvas) and any textbook-specific systems; (2) hold regular office hours to meet with students; and (3) participate in at least one professional development workshop per year. 4) Participate in Reading assessment. All classes may be offered day or evening.
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The Ohio State University
College of Education & Human Ecology
Pinnell Endowed Chair Clinical Faculty
We seek a faculty member who will perform responsibilities including teaching, administration and service, and research and scholarship. The appointment of the Mary Fried Clinical Faculty position assumes major responsibilities with Ohio State University’s Reading Recovery (RR) program including collaboration with Reading Recovery teacher leaders and university trainers to implement Reading Recovery in Ohio and other affiliated states. The faculty member will provide leadership to the Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative; lead ongoing professional development of trained teachers and provide service in the North American Trainers Group (NATG) and the International Reading Recovery Organization (IRRTO). The faculty member in this position is expected to seek external funding to support their scholarship; teach graduate and/or undergraduate courses; mentor and advise master’s students; and participate in Department, College, and professional service activities. Strong candidates will have teaching experience in elementary school settings in urban and/or rural areas. This position will begin on August 15, 2021.
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Metro High and Middle School
Columbus City Schools
The TESOL teacher works in collaboration with current Metro teachers to facilitate student learning in a performance-based environment targeting high school/college readiness for students in grades 6th through 10th from a variety of school districts. Candidate should be an expert user of electronic communication, and should be enthusiastic about using existing and emerging technologies to enrich the educational experience of students and the professional environment of the school.
Responsibilities and Essential Functions
In collaboration with metro staff, the candidate will:
- Provide services that implement the educational mission of Metro Early College High School.
- Work collaboratively with other instructors to construct and maintain a high quality-learning environment.
- Work collaboratively with students and their families to optimize learning.
- Facilitate small group instruction
- Provide personalized instruction & coaching to students. Conducts on going assessment of student progress and adjusts instruction & coaching accordingly.
- Counsel each student regarding his/her academic & behavioral progress.
- Implement all institutional policies.
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Livingston High School
Reynoldsburg City School
French High School Teacher
Implements programs of study, Fosters a classroom climate conducive to learning, Utilizes instructional management systems models that increase student learning
Monitors student progress toward mastery of instructional goals and objectives, Communicates effectively within the educational community and with parents on a regular basis, Meets professional responsibilities …
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Zionsville Community Schools
Teacher for the visually impaired
Zionsville Community Schools is seeking a qualified licensed candidate to fill the role of Teacher for the Visually Impaired. The teacher for the visually impaired (TVI) travels to various schools to provide direct and/or consultative special education services relating to blindness and vision loss. Students range in age from 3 to 21; may be singularly or multiply disabled. Many of the blind or visually impaired students are mainstreamed in their home schools while others are in special programs.
Apply here: https://www.applitrack.com/centralindiana/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?choosedistrict=true&district=1452
You can find the position under the Student Support Services category.
Boardman High School
Boardman, Youngstown, OH
High School Latin Teacher
Boardman High School is looking for a Latin teacher for next year. Boardman currently has Latin I-IV and just added a semester-long mythology class this year so it is a full program. Numbers for next year are solid and it would probably be a teaching load of 6 classes. They’re interested in keeping the program so it should be safe employment as long as numbers are good.
Contact Tyler Vallinger with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upper School Math and Computer Science Teacher
The Position: Columbus Academy seeks a full-time Upper School Mathematics and Computer Science Teacher with responsibilities to begin in August 2021.
Qualifications (preferred candidates will possess the following qualifications):
● Bachelor’s degree or higher in mathematics and/or computer science
● At least three years of teaching experience in high school mathematics or computer science
● Ability to teach a breadth of different levels (standard, advanced, honors)
● Background in computer science is preferred, especially AP computer science
Position Expectations (the individual selected to this position will be expected to carry out the following responsibilities):
● Teach five sections, which meet regularly but not necessarily daily
● Teach via a student-centered and inquiry-based approach /
● Assume a share of supervisory responsibilities expected of all upper school faculty members
● Collaborate with departmental colleagues on curriculum design and development
● Provide periodic updates to parents about student progress, via both written reports and in-person/Zoom conferences
● Make use of technological resources, including the school’s online learning management site for classes and integration of iPads and laptops in classroom activities
● Hold students accountable for the school’s standards of behavior
● Work with others in the school community to support each student’s emotional wellbeing
COSI (Center of Science and Technology)
Little kidspace® exhibition area
Manager of Early Childhood Experiences
Responsible for development and delivery of experiences serving Early Childhood audiences: children from birth to third grade and their parents, families, and teachers. Lead programming, operations and staffing of experiences in the little kidspace® exhibition area. Educate across the Education Experiences portfolio onsite, digitally, in the pre-K-12 environment, and in communities. Train and evaluate Team Members to deliver these education experiences. Ensure the highest quality experiences are provided across the portfolio, balancing financial goals with COSI’s mission and strategic goals.
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Early Childhood Educators
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District has been investing in making Montessori available to Cleveland families since the late 1980s and is committed to financially supporting Tremont Montessori teachers to pursue a Montessori credential in the grade levels they are teaching. As principal of Tremont Montessori School, it is my personal mission to bring Dr. Montessori’s original vision into the 21st century. I am looking to employ the next generation of Montessori guides who believe education is an instrument of social justice and courageous enough to teach the “community of ages” –a mixed-age classroom with three grade levels together. I am looking to employ educators whose professional philosophy resonates with Dr. Montessori’s, who believe in the dignity and purpose of our youth, and who are grounded in the developmental stages of the grades they hope to (or are) teaching.
Apply to Cleveland Metropolitan School District directly for their general teacher positions (https://www.clevelandmetroschools.org/Page/6463)Postings for openings at Tremont Montessori will then be listed with other schools’ openings in early May, and we will be interviewing interested candidates during May.