• Teacher

    Job Location US-MD-Baltimore
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/6/2020 1:34 PM)
    Job ID
    Full-Time / Part-Time
    Regular / Temporary
  • Overview

    Catapult Learning, in partnership with non-public schools in Baltimore City, are seeking Part-Time Certified Teachers at $25+/hour.


    Your talents as an educator will be put to good use when you join our dynamic Baltimore team providing part-time small group instruction in Baltimore non-public elementary schools. Catapult Learning non-public teachers work in private schools as resource room teachers.  Students who are Baltimore City residents but attend a non-public school can receive extra instructional resources in reading and math at their non-public school. 


    With small group teaching environments and high professional standards you, and your students, will grow beyond expectations!


    Teachers receive paid training and full support at all times.  


    • Attend all training sessions and staff meetings (monthly)
    • Teach lessons following the guidelines of our Core Instructional Model (learned in training)
    • Develop and update skill-appropriate lesson plans
    • Create and update all Catapult Learning/district/state student/program records
    • Ensure supervision of students (including escorting students from Catapult Learning teaching space and their classroom)
    • Attend meetings with Catapult Learning Supervisors, classroom teachers, principals, and parents as required
    • Maintains inventory of teaching materials and supplies
    • Other duties may be assigned


    • Current active MSDE teaching certificate required to teach in MD (PK-3, elementary, middle school) 
    • 3 + years of teaching expereince
    • Must have or be willing to obtain all state mandated clearances (Child Abuse, Criminal background checks, Act 126 Certificate, FBI fingerprints, etc.)
    • Rate: $25+/hour

    Resumes can be submitted to maria.dimascia@catapultlearning.com




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