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Licensed Teachers, Math/Special Educ./Technology - Learning forLeadership Charter School

Posted on 8/11/2017 3:25:37 PM

Listing expires 9/8/2017

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Position: Licensed Teachers, Math/Special Educ./Technology


School: Learning for Leadership Charter School


Description: Learning for Leadership Charter School is seeking qualified applicants for High School Math, High School Special Education, and Technology teachers.


Responsibilities include:

Develop instruction and curriculum design that reflects project based educational philosophy, practices, and meets individual student needs and the Minnesota Standards and graduation requirements

Maintain a professional teaching profile that adheres to and reflects the Minnesota Statutes for the Minnesota Standards of Teaching and the Minnesota Teacher’s Code of Ethics.

Develop and maintain an environment conducive to learning

Incorporates positive behavior classroom management

Maintain accurate records of individual student:  work, achievement, test scores, assessments, attendance, credits earned and required to meet graduation requirements

Prepare timely accurate written reports (includes report cards and transcripts) to be mailed and saved electronically on all aspects of student progress for parents/guardians and students for each class and activity, mid-quarter, quarter, and Learner Year attended.

Model the habits of a responsible learner through positive relationships, respectful behavior, and enjoyment of learning

Help students become self-directed, independent learners

Use a wide range of developmentally appropriate instructional strategies to engage students

Integrate and differentiate curriculum  and methodologies across academic disciplines

Use a variety of assessments and data to evaluate students and to drive instruction

Incorporate inclusion of all students into the classroom utilizing ELL objectives and Special Education accommodations into daily lessons

Differentiate instruction and curriculum to meet individual needs of students

Recognize learning difficulties of students and seek assistance as needed

Communicate regularly and timely with all parents/guardians about student academic progress, credits earned and required toward graduation, and social progress through conferences, phone calls, meetings, home visits, etc.

Communicate and advise regularly and timely with all students regarding their academic progress, credits earned and required for graduation, and goal setting

Communicate openly and effectively with all staff

Maintain knowledge of current and emerging trends, procedures, assessment and evaluation processes

Collaborative approach to working with a diverse population of children and families

Develop plans with students as needed to provide support in order for each student be successful

Participation in all aspects of the school program and community; this includes school committees, parent/student conferences, parent meetings, staff development, professional goal setting, staff meetings, and school activities

Comfortable and able to work collaboratively with staff, team teaching, multi-aged and multi-year classrooms   Teach in ways that are directed to utilize interactive, hands on, project based activities, and promote critical thinking skills

Draw on and utilize current research for assessment and evaluation

Use assessment and evaluation to improve learning and instruction, this includes using a variety of student work for base line data

Assume responsibility and actively participate in all required meetings, i.e. PLC, staff, team, committee, etc.

Commit to on-going researched based professional development and participate in professional development, self-assessment, and evaluation

Develop, document, and actively pursue personal professional development  goals

Participate in in-service program planning and staff development


Qualifications: Holds current and valid Minnesota Teaching License (preferred)

Commitment to the philosophy that all students can learn

Has experience with/training in Responsive Classroom or Restorative Justice

Has the capacity to create a classroom environment that emphasizes and supports literacy and critical thinking skills across all content areas

Has experience with multi-aged classes

Has experience with traditional and alternative assessments methods

Demonstrates a clear understanding of instruction and child development

Knowledge of project-based learning, service learning, and inquiry

Flexibility in relating to students and program needs

Ability to be a productive team player with staff, administration, and parents

About the School: The educational focus of Learning for Leadership Charter School (LLCS) is to engage students in their own learning and to improve student academic and social emotional achievement. LLCS intentionally combines student acquisition of academic and SEL skills with project based learning, service learning, and the development of leadership skills opportunities.

LLCS is an exciting charter school serving grades K through 12, located in Northeast Minneapolis. Opened in the fall of 2006, LLCS is a diverse public school serving approximately 260 students from the Minneapolis area. Offering small class size and individualized learning, LLCS is designed to support and nurture each student in a safe and encouraging environment.


How to Apply: To apply for this position please email a resume and cover letter to Nick Beecher at nbeecher@learningforleadership.org.


This position is posted by the Minnesota Association of Charter Schools on behalf of Learning for Leadership Charter School. For more information on this and other job openings available in Minnesota charter schools, go to http://www.mncharterschools.org/networking-exchange/careers.php.