(Updated November 29, 2022)
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Tunkhannock Area School District – LTS Intermediate School Music Position
Music Teacher Long Term Substitute position available for the second semester of the 2022-2023 school year. Position begins in January 2023. Please send a letter of interest, Standard PA Teaching Application, transcripts, resume, PA certification, Act 34, Act 114 & Act 151 clearances, and three letters of reference to Paul Dougherty, Superintendent, Tunkhannock Area School District, 41 Philadelphia Avenue, Tunkhannock PA 18657. Application deadline 11/7/2022 or until the position is filled. EOE.
Position will include general music and band or chorus, depending on the applicant. Any questions, please contact Kevin Kreinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ken Luckey at email@example.com. Position begins January 12th, 2023.
Shippensburg Area High School Music Instrumental/Band & Orchestra Teacher
• Earned Bachelor’s degree in related field
• Pennsylvania Certificate in related field as required
• Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable
To provide student(s) with an appropriate program that will enable him/her to reach his/her fullest academic, physical, emotional, psychological and behavioral potential.
• Demonstrate adequate knowledge of content and pedagogy.
• Demonstrate adequate knowledge of Pennsylvania’s Academic Standards.
• Demonstrate adequate knowledge of students and how to use this knowledge to direct and guide instruction.
• Demonstrate appropriate instructional goals that reflect content standards and high expectations for students.
• Demonstrate reasonable awareness of resources, materials, and technology available through the school or district or professional organizations.
• Demonstrate appropriate instructional design in which plans for various elements are partially aligned with the instructional goals and have a recognizable sequence with some adaptations for individual student needs.
• Demonstrate appropriate reflection on teaching and learning to enhance instruction.
• Demonstrate appropriate assessments of student learning mostly aligned to the instructional goals and partially adapted as needed for student needs.
• Demonstrate reasonable and clear expectations for student achievement with reasonable value placed on the quality of student work.
• Demonstrate reasonable attention to equitable learning opportunities for students.
• Demonstrate appropriate interactions between teacher and students and among students.
• Demonstrate effective classroom routines and procedures resulting in little or no loss of instructional time.
• Demonstrate clear standards of conduct and highly effective management of student behavior.
• Demonstrate safe and adequate organization of physical space, to the extent it is under the control of the teacher that provides accessibility to learning and to the use of resources, materials and technology.
• Demonstrate adequate communication of procedures and clear explanations of content.
• Demonstrate adequate use of questioning and discussion strategies that encourage many students to participate.
• Demonstrate reasonable engagement of students in learning and adequate pacing of instruction.
• Demonstrate adequate feedback to students on their learning.
• Demonstrate adequate use of informal and formal assessments to meet learning goals and to monitor student learning.
• Demonstrate reasonable flexibility and responsiveness in meeting the learning needs of students.
• Demonstrate adherence to school and district procedures and regulations related to attendance, punctuality, and the like.
• Demonstrate knowledge of Professional Code of Conduct.
• Demonstrate compliance with school and district requirements for maintaining accurate records, communicating with families.
• Demonstrate compliance with participating in school and/or district events and school or district professional growth and development opportunities.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The Bellefonte Area School District is accepting applications for a district-wide Orchestra Teacher. Specific duties to include Elementary Strings (grades 4-5) and High School Orchestra (grades 9-12). Follow the above below for more information.
Teach in PHILADELPHIA! Join our wonderful community of music educators who are committed to excellence in education. Positions include K-5 and K-8 Classroom Music, Itinerant Instrumental Music, HS Choral, Instrumental, and Music Technology.
- Music Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
- Submit a video performance of your major instrument
- Ability to pass music audition
Possession of a valid Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Instructional Certificate in Music.
- Presentation of an original, signed letter from the Certification Officer of an accredited college or university verifying current enrollment in an approved certification program to be eligible for an Emergency Permit.
Salary: Salary is commensurate with experience in education. The process and verification forms you can provide to your previous employer(s) can be found HERE.
Other Teaching jobs in Pennsylvania may be found on the PA School Boards Association Web-Site.