Friendship Public Charter School

  • 2018 Summer Learning Academy Teacher

  • Overview

    The Friendship Summer Learning Academy Teacher falls under the direction of the Friendship Summer Learning Academy Principal. The Summer Learning Academy Teacher plans and provides for appropriate learning experiences for students as well as an atmosphere and environment conducive to the intellectual, physical, social and emotional development of individuals to ensure success for every student.  He/She must foster the success of all students by facilitating the development, communication, implementation and evaluation of a shared vision of learning that reflects excellence during Friendship Summer Learning Academy.


    Excellent Teaching & Learning

    • Demonstrate continued mastery of content area
    • Lead students to high levels of academic success through rigorous, targeted, and differentiated instruction
    • Design and deliver engaging instruction addressing a full range of student needs and learning styles
    • Utilize literacy strategies across all content areas
    • Develop formal and informal assessments to measure student mastery
    • Use data to drive instruction

    Environment Conducive to Learning

    • Hold students accountable to high academic and behavioral expectations
    • Align practices and routines to an achievement-oriented classroom culture
    • Foster a safe environment that encourages curiosity, academic risk taking, accountability, and collaboration

     Outstanding Leadership

    • Reflect on classroom success and areas of improvement to continuously develop practice
    • Contribute to the campus and Friendship-wide community by collaborating, seeking professional development, and sharing best practices

    Organizational Strength & Viability

    • Promote parent involvement through meaningful and consistent communication
    • Maintain high professional standards in communication with students, teachers, parents and school administrators


    • Commitment to providing a world-class education to students from historically underserved communities
    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university required.  Master’s degree preferred
    • Degree in content area preferred
    • 2+  years urban teaching experience with significant academic gains strongly preferred
    • Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 and above required
    • Successful completion of the ETS PRAXIS I (Reading, Writing, and Math) or Praxis II (Content Knowledge Exam) 
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment
    • Strong oral and written communication skills 


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