Genesis Innovation Academy for Boys
We seek teachers who are proactive learners and problem solvers, who are committed to excellence from scholars and themselves, and who believe that teaching is a calling and not a job.
All instruction should help young scholars become critical thinkers and innovative problem solvers. Play and movement will be learning tools. K-4 Elementary Teachers will teach all subject areas, but to inspire collaboration and creativity, teachers may plan in a focus area and access team member plans in non-focus areas. Specifically:
Humanities-focused teachers will plan to develop scholars’ understanding of themselves and their world through analysis of age-appropriate books/literature, art, and music. Reading skills will be developed by inspiring a love of books and by using best practice reading strategies. Instruction should help scholars develop into persuasive and compelling thinkers, writers, and speakers.
STEM-focused K-5 teachers will create instructional plans that inspire learning by facilitating investigation and discovery in science and math, and when appropriate, technology and engineering.
GIRLS’ ACADEMY teachers should be committed to creating an environment in which our girls can become the empowered, accomplished young women they were meant to be.
BOYS’ ACADEMY teachers should appreciate the energy of elementary school boys, and be committed to helping develop strong, scholarly young men of character and discipline.
- Bachelor’s degree in field OR Certification in field
- Excellent organizational, planning, and communication skills
The Genesis Commitment to Faculty
We view faculty as professionals, fully capable of effective planning, instruction, and class management. Genesis commits to individualized support and coaching for teachers. We prioritize small-classes, and respectful scholar-peer and scholar-faculty interaction in support of teaching and learning.
How to Apply
Please fill out application at www.genesisinnovationacademy.org
For questions, send e-mail to hr@GIAcademy.org