Middle School Math and STEM/STEAM Teacher
- Middle School
- Licensed Teacher
- 3 years of teaching experience
- STEAM, Mathematics, Education
- Other Certification
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Education or a related field.
- Valid teaching certification in Math and STEM/STEAM.
- A minimum of 3 years of teaching experience in Middle School math and STEM/STEAM.
- Strong knowledge of math concepts and their real-world applications.
- Familiarity with project-based learning and inquiry-based instruction.
- Experience with integrating technology into instruction.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- 1 or 2-year contract (with possible extensions) in a prestigious private school
- Monthly salary
- Accommodation for the first two weeks
- Visa sponsorship
- Airport pickup and transfers to a residence in Bogota
- Country and city orientation and Spanish language support
- Lunch and snacks provided at school
- Bonus upon completion of the contract
- Transportation to and from the school
We are seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic Math and STEM/STEAM Teacher to join our Middle School faculty. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching math and STEM/STEAM to students in Grades 6-8. The position requires a strong background in mathematics and a passion for integrating science, technology, engineering, and arts into the curriculum.
- Develop and implement engaging and challenging lesson plans that align with the school's curriculum and standards.
- Integrate technology into instruction, including the use of educational apps and online resources to enhance student learning.
- Create hands-on, project-based activities that incorporate science, technology, engineering, and art concepts.
- Encourage students to collaborate and problem-solve in teams to complete STEAM challenges.
- Manage and maintain the classroom and all equipment related to STEAM instruction.
- Participate in extracurricular activities related to STEAM and math, such as competitions.
- Create and deliver engaging and interactive lessons that promote student interest and engagement.
- Provide individual and group instruction to students and provide feedback on their progress.
- Use a variety of assessment methods to evaluate student progress and adjust instruction accordingly.
- Communicate regularly with parents and guardians about student progress and provide support for students who need additional help.
From the onset Colegio Hacienda Los Alcaparros had a special mission: to teach and educate through an approach that envisions education as an ethical, scientific, and aesthetic practice. The Alcaparros approach also includes respect for differences and for the individual process of learning that is unique to each person. Students are active participants in this ongoing educational project that is based on promoting personal development while encouraging conflict resolution.
This innovative method is aimed at forming global citizens. Alcaparros students are aware, knowledgeable, and committed to ecology and large-scale global issues. Aside from what is taught in the classroom students gain knowledge through participation at an international level in conferences and enrich their educational experience through interdisciplinary project-based learning and cultural exchanges.
One sole philosophy permeates the educational project; however, the school is made up of four different schools whereby each has been specifically designed to meet the needs of the various age groups.
Each of the four schools is jointly coordinated by the Academic and Human Development Departments. The purpose of this co-work is to balance both perspectives to fulfill our mission of educating children within high standards of academic rigor, emotional stability, autonomy, and responsibility.
True to our principles of inclusion and respect for individual differences, the Human Development Department focuses its work on the individual. To do this, it is integrated into the curricular programs that encourage assuming clear, appreciative, and responsible positions regarding each student’s self-development and that of others. Likewise, the Department carries out programs aimed at developing social skills, conflict resolution strategies, substance abuse prevention, responsible sexuality, ethical growth, and each individual's life project, amongst others.
The Academic Development Department, on the other hand, is in charge of academics and curriculum design. The Department decides what is taught in each subject area, its scope and sequence, and the type of work required by students to reach desired standards and objectives.
Since its origin in 1992, Alcaparros has consolidated itself as bilingual with high academic achievements as reflected in national and international standardized test scores. Furthermore, we are pioneers in our internationally recognized theatrical performances and musical and instrumental programs.
Because we believe in the importance of learning by doing, we have designed an innovative curriculum in which formal pedagogical practices go hand-in-hand with recent educational research.
Our educational program is designed to promote each student’s potential, social responsibility, and appreciation for learning.