Teaching Positions at Facing History
The Facing History School is currently accepting resumes for all subject areas (Special Education, History, English, Math, Science, Foreign Languages, and Physical Education) for potential job openings for the upcoming school year (fall 2018). Considering the school’s instructional focus on planning, cognitive engagement, and differentiation, a strong teacher candidate will demonstrate an ability to plan content that is culturally responsive, experiential, meaningful, and accessible for the 21st century learner. Please send resumes to assistant principal, Calee Prindle at email@example.com
Note: Applicants must be licensed and certified teachers in the appropriate subject in New York City Day High Schools. The New York City Department of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About The Facing History School
The Facing History School is a collaborative professional learning community dedicated to it’s mission of graduating life-long learners who are prepared for the responsibilities of being active, thoughtful participants and leaders in a democratic society. The school’s lead partner, Facing History and Ourselves, provides curricular support, professional development, and resources.
Key aspects of FHS include:
Member of the New York State Performance Standards Consortium and offer Performance Based Assessment Tasks to graduate students
A comprehensive advisory program that meets daily and addresses issues important to teens such as health, socio-emotional issues and social justice issues
Support, professional development and resources offered by lead partner, Facing History and Ourselves
Portfolio assessments to demonstrate mastery of skills and content in 9th and 10th grade
Weekly school-wide professional development and department meetings built into the schedule
Strong partnership with Urban Arts Partnership that includes art integration into classrooms, studio art classes and a Senior Art Activist Exhibition called “Choosing to Participate”
Opportunities to collaborate with department grade teams and academy members
ICT model to support both students with IEPs and our general education population
To learn more, visit the school’s website at www.facinghistoryschool.org. For information about the school’s lead partner, Facing History and Ourselves, visit www.facinghistory.org. To learn more about performance assessment, visit www.performanceassessment.org.