This full-time position involves teaching 4 sections of upper school history to students in grades 9-12. The ideal candidate is a passionate teacher, interested in building and implementing an innovative 21st Century interdisciplinary program, employing a variety of teaching tools and methodologies. As an effective member of the History Department, this individual is flexible and able to work independently, as well as collaboratively with colleagues. He/she is committed to developing and modifying curriculum to conform with best practices and student needs. The ability to teach a variety of history courses is expected, including a preference for Government and AP Comparative Government. Experience teaching other content is a plus. Willingness to be a productive participant in the extracurricular life of the school is also required.
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