The Louisiana Classicist

December 7, 2011

Candidate Search at Episcopal High (BTR)

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 5:45 pm
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Received this announcement of a job posting from Nathalie Roy (Episcopal, BTR):

Latin Teacher needed, to start in Fall of 2012.

K-12 college preparatory school in Baton Rouge, LA, seeks an experienced Latin teacher for elementary and high school students in established program. The elementary program (4th and 5th grade) uses Minimus, and the high school program is transitioning from Oxford to Ecce Romani. The program culminates in AP Latin.

Experience preferred:
* Has taught Latin at the lower, middle, and upper school levels.
* Has attended an AP Latin institute and has taught AP Latin.
* Has a degree in Latin or Classics.
* Has earned state or National Board certification in Latin.
* Is active in local classics organizations and ACL.
* Has served as sponsor for JCL chapter and participated in state/national conventions.
* Is comfortable integrating technology into regular classes, such as Smart Notebook, Web 2.0 applications, MS OneNote.
* Is up to date on cutting edge pedagogy – assessment techniques, reading methodology, spoken Latin, etc.
* Has the ability to work with another Latin teacher who supervises the program and the new teacher.
* Has experience working with students with learning differences and using differentiated instruction.
* Has knowledge of child development and classroom management, and enjoys working with these age groups.
* Possesses emotional maturity and works well with colleagues.

Episcopal’s Web page: www.ehsbr.org
Contact information:
Nathalie R. Roy
Latin Teacher
Foreign Languages Department Chair
Episcopal High School
3200 Woodland Ridge Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA 70816
225.753.3180, Extension 1167
royn AT ehsbr DOT org

 

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