Math teachers develop and execute engaging and interactive math lessons creating an environment that allows students to think critically and independently. The teachers are responsible for developing curriculum, supervising students both in and out of the classroom and maintaining up-to-date teaching techniques to provide students with a quality educational experience. Teachers build relationships with students, families, and staff in order to foster a culture of community. Teachers are expected to maintain strong lines of communication with families about student progress, and to support and collaborate closely with colleagues in the pursuit of Labâ™s mission. We are looking for teachers who project an air of optimism; who will share feedback to help students learn problem-solving; who can reflect on how their actions affectÂ others;Â and who will work each day to create a rich learning environment, and a culture of intellectual curiosity.
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