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The Opportunity and Job Description
P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School (DRS) is seeking to hire a 6th-12th Grade Mathematics Instructor for the 23-24 school year. Instructor responsibilities include:
- Direct teaching of assigned students.
- Administer and analyze formative assessments to monitor student progress and plan instructional shifts to increase achievement and success for all students.
- Design appropriate curriculum, instructional, and assessment accommodations to support academic success for a diverse group of students including both struggling and advanced learners.
- Incorporate effective and innovative uses of technology to support teaching, learning and collaboration.
- Maintain regular parent communication (electronically, face-to-face and conferences).
- Engage in annual cycles of professional learning.
- Participate in practitioner inquiry (research) to support professional learning and inform continuous program improvement.
- Commit to continuous professional learning and ongoing reflection on effectiveness of teaching practice and implemented curricula for all students.
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About P.K. Yonge
P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School (DRS) is a public school established in 1934 with the mission to design, test, and disseminate innovations in K-12 education through serving a student population representative of Florida’s economic, racial, gender, and academic diversity. P.K. Yonge seeks to attract a faculty that reflects the diversity of our student population. Affiliated with the College of Education at the University of Florida, P.K. Yonge faculty may partner with members of the college to develop, and test teaching solutions grounded in our shared values of inclusivity, accessibility, equity, and student agency while educating approximately 1250 students on campus.
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P.K. Yonge boasts a small community-like atmosphere that fosters deep and impactful relationships with students and families from all walks of life over many years. P.K. Yonge is committed to creating an equitable and inclusive environment for all as we seek to generate new ideas for advancing equity and inclusion at P.K. Yonge and beyond through research, teaching, and/or service. Teachers work closely in a collaborative environment that cultivates diversity of thought, perspectives, and ideas on matters that impact K-12 schools. As practitioner-researchers, P.K. Yonge faculty are constantly working to bridge theory and practice. P.K. Yonge attributes our successes to the contributions of teachers from all backgrounds and nationalities who find teaching, research, and investigation inspiring, who value the opportunity to reach outside the bounds of the classroom, and who are open to sharing on a broader scale.
P.K. Yonge teachers enjoy greater professional autonomy. P.K. Yonge faculty engage in professional learning opportunities each year though webinars, workshops, learning communities, and teacher research aimed at increasing knowledge of diversity and equity in inclusive learning environments. Teachers are fully supported to explore and learn within their subject areas; encouraged to present and attend national conferences; and inspired to refine and improve their current practices.
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