- Implements activities using a variety of techniques that utilize instructional time and meet objectives.
- Develops curriculum in scope and sequences that addresses learning goals.
- Establishes and maintains standards of student behavior to achieve a functional learning atmosphere.
- Evaluates the educational program and student progress.
- Communicates with parents/guardians, colleagues and community groups.
- Demonstrates proficiency in written and oral communications.
- Maintains and submits records and reports.
- Works with all other instructors to facilitate flexible test dates and class attendance to benefit students.
- Assists in the identification and selection of qualified students for the M/S specialty program.
- Collaborates with faculty of the M/S specialty program to develop and implement statewide recruitment and community outreach/service programs.
- Mentor/advises M/S seniors in their senior research projects.
- Adheres to school system rules administrative procedures, local board, state and federal rules and regulations.
- Engages in personal professional growth and demonstrates professional ethic and leadership.
- Utilizes and communicates with internal technology such as email, grade reporting, etc.
- Assists in locating and securing guest lecturers for the M/S Lecture Series.
- Contributes to the development of the Math/Science specialty program.
Additional Extra-Curricular Responsibilities:
- Participates in ASFA Open House events.
- Assists in the planning/implementing/working of the ASFA STEM EXPO
- Mentors and chaperones the following science competitions:
- Participates/works in the following M/S specialty program events:
Required: Bachelor or Master degree in Physics and/or Master degree in Secondary Science Education from an accredited college or university. Experience in teaching gifted students. Minimum 3 years experience in AP Physics C teaching. Such alternatives to the listed qualifications as the M/S Supervisory Chair and Executive Director may find appropriate and acceptable.
Desired: Master degree or beyond in Physics from an accredited college or university. AP Physics authorization. National Board Certification in Adult and Young Adolescence Science. Alabama Teachers Certificate.
Salary: ASFA Teaching Salary based on degree and experience
Service Term: Nine months (187 days)
To apply please send a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references with contact information to :
Jamie Plott, Alabama School of Fine Arts, 1800 Rev A Woods Jr. Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35203 or email@example.com. No phone calls please.