COMMUNITY OF FAITH
A. Supports and implements the philosophy of Catholic Education.
B. Gives evidence of lived Gospel values.
C. Participates in building faith community.
A. Demonstrates evidence of prior planning and preparation.
B. Uses effective teaching techniques, strategies, and skills during lesson.
C. Demonstrates knowledge of curriculum and subject matter.
D. Uses instructional time efficiently and effectively.
E. Evaluates student progress effectively.
F. Provides for individual differences.
G. Demonstrates ability to motivate students.
H. Maintains an atmosphere conducive to learning.
I. Manages student behavior in a constructive manner.
A. Works cooperatively with administration.
B. Works as a team member with educational staff.
C. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with students.
D. Maintains positive interpersonal relations with parents and other members of the academy community.
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND GROWTH
A. Maintains professional manner in classroom and other academy related settings.
B. Demonstrates a sense of professional responsibility.
C. Actively and cooperatively participates in responding to total academy needs.
D. Keeps abreast of development in curriculum and the learning process.
E. Interacts with colleagues to further professional growth.
F. Takes advantage of opportunities to further professional growth.
G. Attend all faculty meetings and in-service meetings scheduled by the academy or Diocesan Schools Office.
H. Attend special functions requested by the academy.
I. Comply with rules/guidelines of academy and diocese.
Education and Experience
· Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution.
· Must meet the minimum requirements for teaching as set forth by the Diocese and TCCBED.
· A minimum of three years teaching experience; preferred.
If interested, please complete the online diocesan application and send letter of interest and resume to Principal Dianne Brungardt at email@example.com