Archive for April, 2014
Mathematics (#131027 )
Biological Science (#131028 )
Making Waves Education Program, San Francisco, seeks volunteer science/math tutors, April-July. Volunteers are asked to commit 1 day/week, Monday-Thursday, 4:00-7:00 p.m. For more information, email: or visit: http://www.making-waves.org/
Click on link
Go to “View Open Certificated Positions”.
Look up the requisition number.
Phillip and Sala Burton: Mathematics (#130876 )
Phillip and Sala Burton: Physics (#130879 )
Raoul Wallenberg High School: Chemistry (#130734 )
James Lick Middle School: Core Math/Science (#130936 )
Abraham Lincoln High School: Physics (#130817 )
John O’ Connell High School: Chemistry (#130806 )
Valid Single Subject Math Credential
No hard copies accepted. Online applications must include (in this order):
Letter of Introduction
Three Recent Letters of Recommendation
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.
COVA Conservatory, a K-8 charter school, is expanding into grades 9 – 12 as COVA High (COVAH). We will be a college/high school with a focus on music and performing arts. Students will take concurrent courses at the local community college, earning college credits while in high school. Teachers will teach two core subjects (Math/Science or English/History) for grades 9-10 or 11-12. We follow the Common Core State Standards, and are a Literature based program. We use the Teach LIke a Champion (TLAC) classroom strategies by Doug Lamov. The ideal candidate will have single subject math/science credentials or English/history credentials and have some experience with the TLAC techniques and a background in music and/or the performing arts.
ASAP – Academic Summer Achievement Program
College Track holds a summer program for five weeks for our incoming 9th grade class. The goal of this program is to provide students with a skills boost and to prepare them to enter high school. We want our students to both review some key math/writing skills while also getting the chance to appreciate the subject and have fun with it. The goal is make sure that students are ready to enter their high-school Math and English classes prepared to succeed. Teachers also discuss non-cognitive skills and habits that will lead to students’ success in high school, and consistently evaluate and give feedback to students on their progress.
Curriculum will be provided, however teachers are expected to internalize lessons and are encouraged to personalize lessons with modifications as they see fit.
We are currently hiring three instructors: Math, Reading/Literature, and Writing.
Japanese Community Youth Council seeks part-time Science and Math Teachers for High School Students, June 9-July 18, SF State University. $25-$30/hour. Applicants with two years minimum teaching experience preferred. Application deadline: April 11. For more information, email: