Oak Meadow in Putney, Vermont provides distance learning to a global community of over 600 students in grades K-12. We are looking for a resourceful, dynamic teacher for grades 5-8 to join our community. This teacher will believe in and practice the ideals of diversity, inclusion, and equity which are so valued by our community. Oak Meadow provides experiential learning for curious and creative learners who benefit from regular guidance from their teachers based on child development and the learning process. If you would like to join our collaborative team please send a letter of interest, resume, and references.
Minimum three years classroom teaching experience in Elementary/Middle School classrooms
Advanced degree in Education
Experience with distance learning and using technology in the distance learning model
Review and assess student work using Oak Meadow's curriculum
Provide support for students and families as they engage with our courses
Be available during specified office hours for instruction
Write two narrative evaluations per student per year
Manage an online gradebook and student information system
Attend monthly faculty meetings and our annual open house
Note any curriculum inaccuracies or editing needs
Excellent written and spoken communication skills
Dedication to the educational field
Knowledge of online, collaborative tools to facilitate student engagement
Experience with the Google platform
2 openings. Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Based on experience and education
About Oak Meadow
Oak Meadow is a homeschooling curriculum publisher and a distance learning school with over 600 students enrolled worldwide in grades K -12. We seek resourceful, dynamic individuals to join our talented, inclusive group of educational professionals in supporting Oak Meadow’s growing community of homeschooling families from around the world.
Our staff and faculty are deeply committed to providing an engaging, personalized education for our students. Staff members work at our headquarters in Putney, Vermont. Faculty members work from home, and they telecommute to Brattleboro once a month for faculty meetings devoted to sharing and cultivation of best practices in distance learning.