- Part Time
The math teacher is responsible for providing quality instruction and classroom management. The math teacher will submit lesson plans, take part in weekly faculty meetings, and establish and pursue professional goals.
Teach two periods daily of 6th, 7th and 8th grade math, a total of 4 classes each day, 16 classes a week. Prepare and share daily lesson plans based on existing curriculum; collaborate, create, and revise curriculum; closely monitor and record student progress; correspond regularly with students and parents about student progress; establish and pursue professional goals; attend professional development and staff meetings; and fulfill other supervisory duties as assigned.
Two (2) years classroom teaching preferred. Bachelor's degree required. Demonstrated competency and experience with lesson planning; basic computer skills including MS Office suite (Word, Excel, and PPT) and use of web-based tools like Google Docs
DESIRED SKILLS, TRAINING, AND COMPETENCIES:
- Preferred Classroom Experience
- Classroom Management
- Team Player
- Good Communication Skills
The Cincinnati Hebrew Day School community is a vibrant, growth-oriented community centered in traditional values. Most of our families live within a mile of the school; this creates a close knit community with an old-fashioned feel. We value a sheltered environment where traditional values are taught, along with modern-day skills needed for life in the 21st century.
Each of our families is heavily invested in CHDS, both from a financial as well as an emotional standpoint. In the Cincinnati Hebrew Day School community, learning never stops. Regular study is a part of the everyday life of all of our families.
The Cincinnati Hebrew Day School is an Orthodox Jewish day school. Students complete the course of study found in most schools, in an environment where traditions and teachings are upheld that date back thousands of years. In addition to the standard General Studies subjects, Students study traditional biblical and Talmudic texts in the original Hebrew and Aramaic. This multilingual and dual-curriculum approach builds students into well-rounded, analytical thinkers with a special combination of skills and values that will serve them well as adults.