This Summer – join educators from across the country leading small math groups.
Summer 2022 INSTRUCTORS
Are you looking to enhance your pedagogy and practice as you meet other like-minded, mission-driven educators from across the country making middle school math engaging and enjoyable?
Are you excited by the possibilities of leading small groups of motivated students of color that have demonstrated their skill, ability and love of math?
Are you the educator that can engage students so much that they desire to exceed expectations?
Are you interested in learning the latest best remote instruction practices such as personalized learning using culturally affirming content developed by an inclusive community of educators?
Are you ready to collaborate with math teachers from across the country honing their skills?
Are you computer literate, equipped with a computer, plus fast and a reliable internet connection?
Are you able to allocate 3 days per week to enhance your skills and gain experience that will broaden your reach as an educator while joining a network of like-minded colleagues?
Are you prepared to lead Massachusetts’ rising 6th to rising 9th grade students on an engaging journey where they can apply mathematical concepts to real world issues?
If so, then join educators from across the country that are leading small math groups through The Biggest Winner Math Challenge 2022 with EdInquiry!
About Ed Inquiry
Ed Inquiry is a 21st Century, multicultural, education research company focused on the transformation of schools, especially those serving lower income communities. Our research-based, multicultural approach is supported by world class recognized innovators in education, analytics, technology, and business redesign. The foundation of our approach is data driven and analytical.
The 2022 Biggest Winner Math Challenge – Summer 2022
This culturally affirming, engaging, rigorous online learning community was designed for students with advanced ability or interest in mathematics. Projects are designed to build math mastery while exploring SEL competencies, encouraging self-expression, enhancing financial literacy while working in peer groups working together to solve real world life issues while using the latest digital education platforms.
Summer 2022 Ed Inquiry Instructors will work with small groups of students that enjoy math and are ready to learn together in virtual Zoom classrooms 3 days per week. Each day instructors are expected to engage with 3 groups of no more than 15 students in a class. Your classes will use a blended learning curriculum and engaging, culturally affirming content created by a multi-cultural collective of leading educators. Our Summer Instructors will engage students during sessions starting July 11 through August, a total of 6 weeks. During these 18 days, each Instructor will be assisted in their virtual classroom by a trained high school assistant that has expressed a desire to be a future teacher. Additionally, our program staff bring a commitment to our mission of unleashing students’ potential through mentoring and transformative experiences, as well as, the ability to thrive in an environment that values excellence, gratitude, well-being, diversity, authenticity, and collaboration.
This is a seasonal summer virtual position. Educators of color are strongly urged to apply.
Engage students in a real world middle school math class project
Inspire students to think deeper about math concepts they will be learning
Teach Common Core aligned math skills for grades 6th through 9th
Provide a safe, engaging, and fun online environment conducive to learning
Learn and share the latest learning strategies related to social-emotional growth and survival
Work with trained high school intern assistant with desire to become an educator
Train and collaborate with math educators across the country virtually
Become a contributor to a unique and innovative math program sponsored
Proven success as an educator who can inspire children
Aptitude and desire to make math fun for students
Demonstrable experience teaching elementary, middle and/or high school math
Excellent interpersonal skills and on-screen persona
Minimum one year of experience working in a classroom setting preferred
Exposure to or experience in other than U.S. models of math education is a plus
Familiarity with math competitions is a plus
Ability to collaborate and communicate with students, staff and colleagues around the program’s objectives, goals, and expectations
Bachelor degree in mathematics or related field from an accredited college or university
Workdays / Hours
Teaching days on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Three 2-hour sessions of synchronous instruction per day
Must be able to commit to an assigned daily schedule
Must be able to commit to the 6 week sessions
Flexible teaching blocks available throughout the day
Ed Inquiry is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing a diverse academic environment for its students, teachers, and staff.
If you are interested in applying for employment opportunities at Ed Inquiry, please electronically submit a tailored cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information check out our web page https://edinquiry.com/the-biggest-winner/
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