Wildwood School is an urban, coed, college-preparatory, K-12 school in West Los Angeles, enrolling approximately 740 students on two campuses. For more than 50 years, Wildwood has been recognized for its innovative practices, progressive pedagogy, and commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging programming. Wildwood School’s deep commitment to ongoing professional development feeds a renowned Outreach Center that has provided programming for public and independent school teachers, administrators, and trustees in over 16 states and eight countries. Wildwood School is also a founding member of the Mastery Transcript Consortium.
Wildwood School is currently seeking a dynamic educator who is interested in and responsive to an evolving and innovative educational environment. Wildwood teachers are active participants in the life of the school and encouraged to be life-long learners in their craft.
Our current opening for a Middle School or Upper School Spanish Teacher calls for an educator interested and experienced in teaching a range of courses through Spanish 1 through Spanish 4.
Core duties of Wildwood teachers include:
● Collaborating with colleagues to design instructional materials, projects, and assessments
● Differentiating instruction to meet the needs of a range of learners
● Assessing student mastery of course standards
● Utilizing a variety of assessment methods to inform instruction
● Providing comprehensive feedback in narrative form twice a year
● Communicating proactively and consistently with students and families regarding student growth and development
Wildwood teachers are active participants in the life of the school beyond their classrooms. Additional responsibilities of Wildwood teachers include:
● Serve as an advisor, executing Wildwood’s advisory curriculum with an emphasis on social-emotional learning, multicultural skills building and academic oversight
● Contribute to the work of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging
● Contribute to the work of school committees, task forces, the Admissions Office
● Attend outdoor education trips and student events throughout the year
● Provide supervision for lunch, recess, and passing periods
Ideal candidates have:
● Minimum of 3 years of teaching experience
● BA or higher in Spanish or closely related field of study
● Training, demonstrated professional development, or certification in teaching and learning
Qualified candidates may submit via email a letter of interest, current resume, references, and any additional documents to the attention of Christina McCrary at [email protected]
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