Now hiring: summer school teachers (Spanish & science)
BTEC, in partnership with A Knock at Midnight NFP and funded by the federal Upward Bound grant, is looking for:
Former, future or current SPANISH and SCIENCE teachers (1 of each) interested in a 6-week summer school program (6/24-8/2), Monday - Friday, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Instructors teach the same one-hour lesson to four different small groups (8-12) of high school students from Mon-Thurs at Olive Harvey College and each Friday we go on a field trip to a nearby college campus.
Teachers will receive a minimum of $100 planning stipend to work with other educators (Math, English, Science, Spanish, STEM) in creating a curriculum oriented in social justice, social-emotional learning, and content area knowledge for a group of rising sophomores through seniors from Dunbar and Phillips HS between now and June 1, and $25/hr for the duration of the 6-week program.
Applicants must be able to pass DCFS background check and have some experience working with young people in an academic and/or personal/social capacity. To apply, email email@example.com with your resume and brief response to this question: "How would you approach planning for a summer school class composed of students from different academic backgrounds, schools and grade levels?"
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