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Posted:
2/23/2018
Job Category:
Education
Humanities Supervisor & Assistant Spring Track Coach
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Job Description

Randolph Township Schools
 
High School
 
Humanities Supervisor - 2018-2019 School Year
Tenure-track position Position Start Date: July 1, 2018
 
Requirements
  • Five years of successful teaching experience in either English or social studies
  • New Jersey teacher certificate
  • New Jersey supervisor certificate
  • Ability to develop, support, and promote an interdisciplinary approach to teaching
  • Ability to foster sound relationships with students, parents, teachers, and administrators
  • Excellent communication and technology skills
 
Additional Information
  • Salary is commensurate with experience.
  • Department includes high school English and social studies

 

Assistant Spring Track Coach Boys/Girls

  • Pole vaulting experience preferred

An Equal Opportunity Employer.


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About Randolph Township Schools

Randolph Township Schools is committed to excellence. We believe that all children are entitled to an education that will equip them to become productive citizens of the twenty-first century. We believe that an education grounded in the fundamental principles of science will provide students with the skills and content necessary to become our future leaders. A sound science education is grounded in the principles of inquiry and rigor. Children would be actively engaged in learning as they model real-world scientific behaviors to construct knowledge. They would have ample opportunities to manipulate materials in ways that are developmentally appropriate to their age. They would work in an environment that encourages them to take risks, think critically, make models, note patterns and anomalies in those patterns. Children should be encouraged to ask questions, not just the "how" and the "what" of observed phenomena, but also the "why". A good science curriculum would be both a mirror and a window for students. It would be a mirror so that all students will see themselves. It would serve as a window to view the contributions of all peoples to the body of science. Students of both genders and all ethnicities would be encouraged to actively engage in science. The program must provide teachers with cost-effective science materials that are aligned to state and national standards, incorporate instructional strategies that are research-based, it must provide teachers with a deep understanding of science and the pedagogical underpinnings of science. Finally, it must include all stakeholders, parents, the scientific community, administrators, teachers, and of course, the children themselves.