5th-8th grade Ivrit teacher

Ohr Chadash Academy

Ohr Chadash Academy embraces a progressive, student-centered approach to education that inspires innovation, creativity, and collaboration among teachers and students, alike. As a school community, we employ research-based instructional methods and continually refine and adjust our professional practice in order to maximize student learning. We teach our students and value in our faculty the ability to maintain growth mindset, to reflect on process over product, and value lifelong learning. As an Orthodox Jewish Day School, we believe in the inherent kedusha of all learning. This core value inspires our commitment to excellence in Judaic and general studies, alike. From our 2-year-old class through 8th grade, each student is nurtured both as the individual he or she is and as a contributing member of our caring school community, the greater Jewish community, and the global community. We are seeking passionate, dynamic, professional educators to join our elementary and middle school staff. Qualified candidates should be reflective learners and practitioners able to implement best practices in teaching using flexible and individualized instruction, technology integration, and center-based learning to help every student achieve success.

About the Position

 Native speaker
 Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in education, preferred
 Minimum 3-5 years’ teaching experience
 Passionate about inspiring adolescents to love and strengthen their attachment to Israel through reading, writing, and speaking the Hebrew language
 Able to design creative lessons that support the learning and engagement of every student
 Strong classroom management skills
 Proficient written and oral communication skills in English
 Proficiency with virtual instruction and technology integration
 Knowledge of differentiated instruction or UDL preferred

 Design interactive learning experiences for individual students, small groups, and the class, as a whole
 Differentiate instruction to meet the needs of a range of learners
 Collaborate with shinshinim and colleagues within and across subject areas
 Actively communicate with parents and student support team
 Engage in ongoing professional development
 Participate in and/or assist in planning extracurricular events with our students outside of the classroom (e.g. assemblies, school events, Yom Haatzmaut, Yom Yerushalayim, etc.)
 Fulfill other non-teaching duties as assigned by the Principal

Location: Baltimore, Md, MD
Salary: Based upon Experience

For More Information, please contact Rachel Lasson at 410-999-2200 or rlasson@ohrchadashbaltimore.org