Archive for December, 2013

SFMC/BACT Math Winter Workshop 1/25/14

SFMC/ BACT Math Winter Workshop on January 25th.
10am-4pm at SFSU
Lunch is provided if you pre-register

Come participate in 3 Math Circle lessons presented by the SFSU (CM)2 Math Circle instructors. These graduate students have been preparing lessons for K-12 students over the last year and they’ll share the lessons learned and their best ideas for great interactive math that fits perfectly into the Common Core Mathematical Practices.

See attached flyer for more information


Volunteer with San Francisco Math Circle! Earn EFE Hours! On and Off Campus Opportunities!

San Francisco Math Circle is looking for Volunteers for their Elementary and Middle/ High School programs for the Spring semester.  Please see below for program details.

Elementary Math Circle:
Meetings Thursdays, 5-6pm.
Location: SFSU
Spring Meeting Dates: 1/23/14 – 5/8/14.

Middle/ High School:
Meetings Mondays 3:45 -5:00
Locations: Lowell High School, Denman Middle School, June Jordan School for Equity.
Spring Meeting Dates: Jan 27, Feb 3, Feb 10, Feb 24, Mar 3, Mar 10, Mar 17

Commitment is important for developing relationships with students so  we’re asking that if you want to volunteer with SFMC please make a  commitment for the entire Spring semester. 

Please visit our website for more information about the program,
And feel free to contact us with any questions that you might have.  We look forward to working with you!

Contact Information:
For general SFMC program questions please contact SFMC Director, Brandy Wiegers PhD

For SFMC Elementarty questions please contact SFMC Co-Director,Addie Evans

SFUSD: Environmental Literacy Content Specialist

Open Position -  Environmental Literacy Content Specialist

This person would be responsible for integrating the K-12 curriculum with environmental and sustainability learning. This position begins late January and sits within the STEM Department in SFUSD’s Office of Curriculum and Instruction. You can find more information at the link below and please consider passing it along to potential candidates.

Math Teacher at a Unique Charter High School in Oakland

Math Teacher: Civicorps Corpsmember Academy Charter High School

Civicorps is seeking a full-time dynamic Math Teacher. Are you able to explain fractions and variables in a way that students understand and make it relevant to their lives?  Can you motivate and engage young adults who are seeking a second chance to earn their high school diploma? As a member of the tight-knit collaborative team, the Math Teacher is responsible for delivering pertinent, meaningful, and timely curriculum using a variety of methodologies to address multiple learning styles and ability levels.

The schedule is as follows:
Monday-Thursday: 10 am – 6 pm
Friday: 8 am -2 pm

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Camp Galileo hiring for Summer 2014!

So much more than just a summer job, working at a Galileo camp means joining a vibrant educational movement. In addition to benefiting from our unwavering commitment to individualized professional development, Galileo staff experience the rewards of their work daily, courtesy of the fellow builders, makers and innovators who work alongside them, and of course, our ever-inspiring campers.

Whether you’re a student or a seasoned educator, we have the summer job you’re looking for:

  • Read up on our positions below to find the right fit
  • View our list of camp locations
  • Apply for the region that includes your preferred location
  • In your application, tell us your specific location preference

If the perfect fit isn’t apparent, don’t fret—once you apply, we’ll work with you to find an ideal role and location.

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Flyer: Camp_Galileo

East Palo Alto: Part Time Math Teacher

Provide a high quality instruction within a small school environment where every student is known and valued as an individual; uphold the mission and values of Aspire Public Schools and contribute to our goal that every student in California has access to a high quality public education.

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SFUSD: Wallenberg HS & Thurgood Marshall HS seeks Math Teacher

SFUSD Seeks Math Teachers!

Wallenberg High School- Req. 129906, 1.0 FTE
Thurgood Marshall High School- Req. 129788, 0.6 FTE

The San Francisco Unified School District’s strategic plan, Beyond the Talk: Taking Action to Educate Every Child Now, emphasizes making social justice a reality by diminishing the predictive power of demographics. SFUSD hires teachers and other credentialed professionals who are committed to closing the existing achievement gap and promoting the success of all students through focused attention on three core areas: Access and Equity, Achievement, and Accountability. We look for teachers committed to delivering rigorous instruction to all students, creating a culturally responsive classroom environment, and building connections with families and the community.

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Scholarships for Current High School Seniors


  • Gates Millennium Scholars
  • Dell Scholarship

Please click here for complete listing

Apply Immediately! Winter Scholarship Listings

Listing includes:

  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund General College Scholarship (12/15 deadline)
  • Home Security Scholarship (12/31 deadline)
  • APIASF Scholarship (1/10 deadline)
  • Point Foundation Scholarship (1/22 deadline)
  • PG&E Employee Resource Group Scholarship (2/16 deadline)

Click here for complete listing and on how to apply

Geometry-Algebra 2 Teacher – Second Semester January 2014 LPS Oakland

Our effective & passionate educators make an extraordinary difference in the lives of urban students!  Leadership Public Schools’ mission is to prepare students to succeed in college and to develop effective student leaders. The LPS approach – innovation, constant assessment, academic rigor, and commitment to providing individualized learning pathways – is transforming the lives of our students. Our commitment is to take underprepared students, many who will be first generation college students, and provide a clear realistic path to college. The LPS Network is built around collaborative innovation and distributed incubation.  Collaborative innovation uses technology to improve a common spine of curriculum, assessment, data and access/remediation for core high school courses. Distributed incubation of new practices depends on need, interest and teacher talent.  Teacher excitement is integral to accelerating success.

We are now hiring exceptional Math Teachers (Numeracy, Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus) for next school year.

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