The World Languages Teacher is responsible for creating and implementing lessons in line with the designed World Languages curriculum and working in collaboration with other World Languages team members. In addition, the World Languages Teacher fulfills all of their responsibilities in accordance to the mission and philosophy of the School.
Essential Requirements, Duties, and Responsibilities:
Communicates fluently (oral and written) in the target language(s)
Knows the curriculum (subject specific, if applicable) of grade level being taught and of those surrounding it
Effectively uses best practices in teaching and learning to design and deliver instruction
Presents well-planned lessons
Maintains accurate and comprehensive records of each child’s performance and progress, including the My Learning digital portfolio
Models appropriate behavior for students
Understands and supports developmental benchmarks academically, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally
Uses technology instructionally with an understanding of Apple products, interactive whiteboards, Google docs, and Microsoft products; understands responsible digital citizenship
Communicates proficiently in oral and written forms to all constituents
Maintains an organized, pleasant, and inviting learning environment
Collaborates with team members for effective planning, communication, and implementation
Collaborates with colleagues and staff to support the school community
Initiates and actively participates in professional development opportunities
Participates in associated duties such as carpool, lunch, and recess
Takes initiative to fulfill typical responsibilities and demonstrates willingness to problem solve atypical situations
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood, Elementary Education, or Spanish (Master’s degree preferred)
Georgia State Teaching Certificate/License (or equivalent from another state)
About Trinity School
Trinity School is an independent co-educational elementary school located in Atlanta, Georgia, serving ages three through Sixth Grade. Founded in 1951, the School is a non-profit, tax-exempt institution governed by an independent Board of Trustees. Since its founding, Trinity's vision has been to provide a nurturing environment in which to challenge students.
Trinity School includes the following:
EED (Early Elementary Division): Threes through First Grade,
UED (Upper Elementary Division): Second Grade through Sixth Grade
During the 2019-20 school year, about 580 students are enrolled. Trinity's 43-acre campus is located in northwest Atlanta.
Trinity students learn to become dynamic leaders in a school that offers a solid academic foundation coupled with programs in the arts, physical education, technology, World Languages, and extracurricular areas. In a society of different cultures, interests, perspectives, and talents, we prepare our students to grow into well-informed young adults who understand their responsibility to others and to the greater community.