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  • 22 Jul 2017 10:18 AM | Anonymous
    FTE: .333
     
    Why Wayzata?
    • High student achievement
    • Instructional Technology- Technology levy has increased the number of computers and other technology available for use in the classroom.
    • Alternate Compensation- This program provides teachers with additional professional development opportunities through peer coaches, courses and study groups.
    • Competitive salary and benefits- Our benefits include medical, dental, and life insurance; long term disability and employee assistance program.
    • Professional support and development- First year teachers are provided a mentor and on-going professional development opportunities.
    • Good People- We strive to hire good people that work well together and have fun doing it.

    Position Description:
    Candidates selected to fill the role of Spanish Teacher at Central Middle School will be given the great responsibility of continuing our long standing commitment to academic excellence.  This will be achieved through the design and delivery of Spanish instruction that ensures the success of a diverse population of learners.  In addition, you will be responsible for building positive relationships and working collaboratively with students, parents, and staff members to foster a positive experience for the entire learning community.
     
    Qualifications:
    • Must have a valid MN License in middle school Spanish
    • Ideal candidates should have experience with multiple instructional designs and differentiated strategies that support diverse learners.
    • Must have strong classroom management skills with the ability to maintain a positive learning environment.
    • Must have the ability to build positive working relationships with students, parents, and staff.
    • Must be proficient with current technology used to support communication, academics, and student progress monitoring.
    • Ideal candidate will have experience with teaching Spanish to 6th - 8th grade students.

    Application Procedure:
       


  • 12 Jul 2017 9:40 AM | Anonymous

    Kaposia Education Center in the South St. Paul School District has a full time elementary teacher Spanish Teacher vacancy for the 2017-18 school year.  Please apply as soon as possible at South St. Paul Schools - Job ID 1504.  

    District website is South St. Paul School District

  • 20 Jun 2017 12:09 PM | Anonymous

    Benilde-St. Margaret's is seeking a part-time (.4) Latin teacher to teach in our Junior High School.  Please go to http://www.bsmschool.org/about-bsm/employment/ to fill out an application today!

  • 20 Jun 2017 12:01 PM | Anonymous

    Benilde-St. Margaret's High School is in need of a long-term, part-time substitute Spanish teacher for (3 classes) Honors Spanish II (2 sections) and Español para Hispanohablantes III (1 section).  The job will be morning hours, September 5-29th, 2017.  Please apply at http://www.bsmschool.org/about-bsm/employment/ or send your credentials to our Principal, Sue Skinner, at sskinner@bsmschool.org



  • 03 Feb 2017 8:13 PM | Anonymous
    Why should you work at El Lago del Bosque this summer? 
    • To practice our unique CLVway and collect songs, games and cultural experiences that you can bring into your classroom
       
    • To work with native speakers from around the Spanish-speaking world, stretching your own language muscles. 
       
    • To share your knowledge and expertise with enthusiastic colleaguesand youth embarking on their journeys in language education and learning. 
       
    • To recharge your teaching batteries through play

    The average contract length is six weeks in either the first or second half of the summer. Email us at CLVSpanish@cord.edu with questions.


    Apply Online!

  • 29 Jan 2017 5:14 PM | Anonymous

    Seeking experienced ESL/ELL/teachers to use exciting new technology for real-time distance

    learning for students in China.

    One-of-a-kind opportunity to connect internationally using technology that allows teachers to

    teach from home creating distance classrooms in real-time. This is LIVE instruction. (An

    equipped teaching space is also available.)

    Hours are non-traditional because of time differences so easy to add to your schedule, early

    morning and early evening.

    Details:

    Curriculum: REACH and INSIDE National Geographic Online textbooks with already prepared

    power points, quizzes and tests

    • Student Ages: 9-15
    • Class size: 8-15 students

    Requirements:

    • 2 years teaching experience
    • Basic experience with technology and basic trouble shooting skills
    • For in-home teaching – 8 teaching hours per week

    Preferred Requirements:

    • Teaching license or certificate
    • 2-3 years’ experience teaching ESL
    • Experience teaching Reading
    • Knowledge of Chinese culture
    • Experience with curriculum development
    • Experience incorporating technology in the classroom and using a Mac

    computer

    Description:

    The teacher will use power points and online textbooks in conjunction with supplemental

    materials and live instructional activities to meet the needs of students in China. He/she will

    need to feel comfortable using the Cisco system and utilize online resources for live, online

    instruction. He/she will also need to be culturally sensitive and accommodating.

    The English courses are intended to expose Chinese students to American culture, history, and

    activities in an “American Classroom” with “American style” of teaching all while increasing their

    students’ confidence and English Language skills.

    Goals and values:

    Through this program, students will be better prepared to be participants in an American class

    and receive exposure to classroom expectations, styles, and critical thinking activities, which are

    different than the direct instruction (high emphasis on memorization) activities that they are

    used to. Students will gain valuable experience as well as practice with the English language and

    become more confident and equipped to partake in high school courses in the USA.

    Contact:

    If interested, please email the following to: Bing Li at Bingliasa@gmail.com

    • Resume
    • Copy of teaching license or certificate if applicable
    • 2 professional references
    • Contact information

    Company Information:

    • US Address: iNECS based in Beijing China

    Minnesota Office Based down town Minneapolis

    730 E 38th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55407.

    • China Address:

    International Education Connection & Solutions

    9th floor, MOOC building, Haidian District, Beijing, P.R.China Zipcode:100190

    Tel:8610-82758787 82826206

    • Website:www.highschooledu2.org


  • 12 Nov 2016 7:34 PM | Anonymous

    Long Term Substitute French Teaching Position

    Mounds Park Academy is an independent, PreK-12, co-educational, college preparatory day school serving students from throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area.Elementary/Middle School Long Term Substitute French Teacher: This is a full time long term substitute position for teaching French to grades K-8. 

    This position begins on or around March 5 through June 9. The ideal candidate should be able to exhibit a wide range of teaching skills, speak French, and have strong classroom management skills. The candidate must also have a strong desire to work as part of a team and be committed to the MPA philosophy. This position is not eligible for benefits.

    Qualifications

    Minimum Bachelor’s degree in education

    Minimum three years experience teaching French to elementary and/or Middle School

    Fluent in French

    Preferred

    Comfortable using and teaching with technology

    Application materials are due by November 1, 2016

    To Apply

    Please send cover letter, resume, three (3) letters of reference, and

    transcripts of undergraduate and graduate coursework (as applicable) to:

    lshire@moundsparkacademy.org

    Or mail directly to:

    Mounds Park Academy

    ATTN: Lower School Hiring

    2051 Larpenteur Avenue East

    Saint Paul, MN 55109

    Mounds Park Academy is an equal opportunity employer.


  • 12 Nov 2016 7:12 PM | Anonymous

    Middle School Teacher Lead at QuéTal Spanish Language Program

    Qué Tal Language Program is a non-profit program founded in 2002 that provides Spanish

    language classes and cultural programs to students and families in the western suburbs of

    Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    Qué Tal serves students in the Wayzata School District from kindergarten through eighth grade

    and in the Edina School District for elementary school students, we are launching a pilot

    program with the Heillicher Jewish Day school of Minneapolis. Qué Tal focuses on effective

    communication and provides the foundation for some students to advance their language

    studies in upper grades. We use culture, music, games, and history with the daily reinforcement

    of activities and practice to keep students involved and learning.

    Qué Tal has a current enrollment of over 400 students, 22 teachers, 3 staff members, and

    revenues of approximately $750,000. For more information, please visit

    www.quetalwayzata.org

    Middle school teacher lead.

    Is a part-time exempt position reporting to the Executive Director. Co-responsible (with

    Elementary School TL) for the achievement of the Qué Tal program goals.

    11 month position (August through June), hours vary during the year but on average 25 hours

    per week.

    Job requirements

    Fully bilingual (Spanish native speaker preferred)

    Language Teaching experience of at least 5 yrs (teaching certification preferred)

    People management experience of at least 2 years (experience managing teachers is preferred)

    Expected to be on-site at St Barnabas Lutheran Church location (15600 Old Rockford Rd,

    Plymouth MN 55446) Mo-Th (from 2 – 6pm) and (Tue-Th) 7:30 to 8:30 am while classes are in

    session.

    Strong basic computer utilization knowledge.

    Good organizational and time management skills.

    Good interpersonal relationship skills.

    Experience managing all aspects of a small operation (Finance, Marketing, Human resources,

    client interaction) (desired).

    If interested, please send your resume to francisco.peschard@quetalwayzata.org


  • 29 Oct 2016 7:32 PM | Anonymous

    http://www.beaconacademy.com/employment/


    Beacon Academy is currently seeking a hard-working and passionate educator to join our team as a Middle School Spanish Teacher for the 2016-2017 school year.

    Location
    Beacon Academy
    9060 Zanzibar Lane N
    Maple Grove, MN 55311

    Grades
    Beacon Academy is a K-8th Grade Charter School

    Benefit Package
    All full time employees are eligible for benefits

    Compensation
    Compensation is based on education level and work experience

    Work Commitment
    This position is Full Time – Monday thru Friday, 8:15 am-4:15 pm

    Job Description & Responsibilities
    The Middle School Spanish Teacher will be developed, supported, and guided by the School Director. The Spanish Teacher’s major responsibilities are:

    Implement Spanish curriculum and activities to meet the academic standards, participate in collaborative curriculum development, grade- level activities, and school wide functions. Be accountable for student’s achievement of academic standards; communicate effectively with students, families, and colleagues. Effectively implement Responsive Classroom techniques. Candidates for this position should have strong leadership, organizational, communication and decision-making skills; and the ability to identify learning challenges, analyze, process, and make judgements with the sensitivity that is necessary to lead and coordinate programs for students.

    Required Qualifications
    Education, Training & Experience:
    Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education

    Certificate & Licensure:
    Appropriate Minnesota State Teacher License (K-12 Spanish Education/6-12 Spanish Education)

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
    Demonstrate knowledge of effective teacher methods and developmentally appropriate classroom activities
    Ability to maintain a positive learning environment for all students
    Strong classroom management skills and ability to defuse and resolve conflict with students, parents and co-workers by demonstrating poise, tact and diplomacy
    Computer competency in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, e-mail and Internet
    Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
    Regular, prompt attendance is essential
    Proficient in completing required duties accurately and efficiently according to established timelines
    Ability to work cooperatively, collaboratively and effectively with all students, parents and staff in a team environment
    Perceptive and capable of relating to individuals at all levels within the school
    Institution Description
    Please visit us at www.beaconacademy.com to learn more about our school.

    Application Instructions/Comments

    TO APPLY
    1. Qualified, passionate applicants should send their cover letter and resume and any letters of recommendation to Kimberly Reid at kreid@beaconacademy.com
    2. Applicant materials will be accepted until the positions are filled.

  • 20 Oct 2016 6:14 PM | Anonymous

    ESL Teacher: Pre-Literate Level

    Organization: MORE

    Location: Saint Paul, MN

    Full-/Part- Time: Full-Time; 30 hrs/wk

    Regular/Temporary: Regular

    Salary: Starting pay $15.00 - $18.00/hour – Depending on Qualifications

    Organization Summary:

    MORE provides refugees and immigrants with the education and support they seek to become fully

    engaged members of our community. Through cooperation and a holistic approach to providing

    services, a multicultural community/family is built where: Respect, Compassion, Growth, and Creativity

    are at the forefront of the work completed together. Positive change in the community is created by

    providing immigrants and refugees with the resources, knowledge and skills they need to create equal

    opportunity for themselves as new Americans. Last year, MORE served almost 790 individuals through

    services from three program areas: Education, Mental Health, and Social Services. These services are

    offered in an environment that is comfortable, welcoming and flexible.

    Position Information:

    MORE seeks a Full Time ESL teacher to participate in the mission of MORE by teaching adult refugees

    and immigrants from around the world the skills they need to achieve their educational goals, including

    English language skills, basic math, computer literacy, and the ability to apply those skills to their life and

    work.

    Position Purpose:

    To provide quality English, math, computer and life skill education to participants from a variety of

    cultures in MORE’s Education Program, allowing them greater opportunities to live and work in peace in

    the United States.

    Primary Duties/Responsibilities:

    1. Instructional Responsibilities

    A. Provide high-quality English language, basic consumer math, and digital literacy instruction

    appropriate to learners in the class.

    B. Participate in the design and development of corresponding MORE curricula.

    C. Maintain weekly or unit-based lesson plans and teaching notes in a place known to the

    Education Program Manager.

    D. Supervise volunteer tutors, providing them with support and instruction for any

    individualized or small group instruction.

    E. Keep informed of research and new developments in adult literacy education and use a

    variety of instructional techniques to address the diverse needs and goals of adult learners.

    F. Keep informed of research on language and cultural issues for MORE’s learners.

    2. Assessment and Record-keeping Responsibilities

    Empathy • Integrity • Equity • Spirituality • Accountability

    A. Complete daily attendance and submit electronically using MABE no later than the end of

    the week or on the last day of the month.

    B. Closely monitor student attendance and contact the Education Program office about

    students who have been absent for more than three days without notification.

    C. Comply with the assessment policies set by federal, state and consortium standards.

    D. Evaluate student achievement and communicate with the Program Office and other

    teachers regarding student movement.

    3. Staff Responsibilities

    A. Attend all MORE staff meetings and teacher meetings.

    B. Comply with all MORE staff policies.

    C. Participate in professional development activities.

    D. Collaborate with other staff members to carry out the mission of MORE and its programs.

    4. Other

    A. Participate in MORE’s events and group activities.

    B. Other duties as assigned.

    Necessary Qualifications:

    1. Bachelor’s degree (preferred areas include ELL and Education)

    2. Experience working with refugees and immigrants, preferably in ELL

    3. Able to work independently with minimum oversight

    4. Must be computer proficient – familiar with Microsoft Office, Internet

    5. Competent using the Internet and Microsoft Word/Excel/Outlook

    6. Ability to comply with MORE’s policies and procedures

    Preferred Qualifications:

    1. Teaching License

    2. Familiarity with CCRS

    3. Comfortable using Outlook

    Please email cover letter and resume to:

    hdrozdowski@more-empowerment.org

    MORE values diversity and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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