Henry Barnard School, in partnership with the Providence Country Day School, is seeking a part-time (academic year) Technology Education Teacher. Our teachers act on the belief that 100% of students can unfold their true human potential, and help cultivate the formation of a positive identity for our students while preparing them to live and work together in a diverse world. This flexible position is responsible for teaching students problem solving, engineering, and computer skills. Possible subjects and activities might include robotics, coding, woodworking, engineering, print-making, etc. The technology teacher will work closely with classroom teachers to discover and implement ways to integrate course activities into the technology curriculum.
Expectations of an HBS Team Member include:
Embraces the diversity of the HBS community by fostering an environment of respect and inclusion, while actively working to build an equitable school community
Is results driven, with excellent planning and organizing skills, and a “do whatever it takes” attitude and work ethic
Engages meaningfully in school and network professional growth opportunities and enhances professional growth by giving and seeking assistance from other team members
Engages families as partners in student success while recognizing and respecting differences in family backgrounds, structures, and cultures
Create an environment of respect and rapport
Candidates of color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. We strive to have a team that reflects the diversity of our students and families. It is important to us that our students can see themselves in the adults that surround them each day. PCD and HBS are affirmative action, equal opportunity employers.
Bilingual candidates preferred, but not required
A bachelor’s degree is required
A passion for teaching children
A commitment to continuous improvement
Please submit your resume and tailored cover letter to Kyle Quadros at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your cover letter should highlight your alignment with our mission.
Providence Country Day School and Henry Barnard School do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, or ancestry.
Beginning in the 2021-2022 school year, Henry Barnard School is starting a fresh chapter in our history. Spearheaded by a coalition of parents, community members and teachers, and in partnership with the Providence Country Day School, the new HBS preserves the strengths of our past as a laboratory school while seizing opportunities for renewal as an independent school committed to nurturing curious young learners.
Located in Providence, Rhode Island, on the tree-lined campus of Rhode Island College, Henry Barnard School is a PK-5 school community that values learning through play and guided exploration. Students at HBS benefit from a personalized, interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to education. As an independent school, HBS will add to its robust curriculum with a larger focus on diversity, inclusion and community engagement.
Providence Country Day School, an independent school serving students in grades 5-12, seeks a dynamic, versatile educator who will serve as a part-time history teacher for two 11th grade U.S. History courses in the Upper School.
PCD’s Upper School history curriculum begins in the 9th grade using the OER Project – World History Project curriculum (https://www.oerproject.com/World-History) and continues through Modern World History and U.S. History in 10th and 11th grades. The senior year history offerings currently include AP Art History and a variety of trimester electives that evolve each year based on faculty and student input and interest. The ideal candidate will have a versatile background in history with specific experience in or ability to teach U.S. History. Our teachers are expected to approach history from diverse perspectives in a creative, differentiated, forward thinking way. Candidates should be collaborative team players with strong interpersonal and communication skills and a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in the classroom and the workplace. Experience with, or background in, project-based learning, inquiry-based learning, and differentiated instruction are desired.
Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree (or higher). PCD students use technology in a variety of ways in every discipline. Use of Google Classroom and the Google Education tools, participating in the advisory program, and committing to on-going education and innovation are required professional standards. In addition to teaching, additional opportunities may exist for this position to impact the lives of students through club leadership, coaching, learning center tutoring or other extracurricular activities.
Candidates of color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. We strive to have a team that reflects the diversity of our students and families. It is important to us that our students can see themselves in the adults that surround them each day. PCD is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to Susan Anderson, Assistant to the Head of School, at email@example.com.