MASSACHUSETTS French teacher job listings
French opening in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS. Boston College High School is seeking a French teacher to teach three sections of French in the middle school and one section of high school French. Our school attracts a significant number of Milton Immersion students and, as such, we offer advanced courses for 7th and 8th grade students that have participated in this program. Interested candidates should have: Fluency in French. A passion for working with middle school students and an understanding of child-development for this age group. Commitment to collaborating with colleagues in curriculum design and teaching practices. The ability to serve as an advisor to 7th and 8th grade students. Experience in teaching 7th and 8th grade students as well as high school students. A strong and sincere commitment to professional development in both pedagogy and content area. High standards and expectations for students. Knowledge and commitment around diversity, equity, and inclusion practices. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, statement of middle school educational philosophy, and three references (via email or post) to: Susan Glover Boston College High School 150 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02125 email@example.com. Posted 4.8.21.
French opening in Natick, MASSACHUSETTS. Walnut Hill School for the Arts seeks a full-time faculty member to join the World Languages department to teach French 1-5 for the 2021-2022 academic year starting in mid-August 2021. This position will be the primary French teacher in the department and will be responsible for reviewing, developing, and implementing the French curriculum for the program. This is a full-time academic year position reporting to the Head of World Languages.
Walnut Hill language programs aim to teach language and encourage cross-cultural exploration in an immersive environment; students are required to use only the target language to engage in class, even at the introductory level. The department places special emphasis on speaking, and students hone their skills through active participation in different activities such as story-telling, songs, routine conversations, presentations, and debates. Courses are comprehensive and sequential, and celebrate language, culture, and personal growth.
Teaching & Department Duties
- Teach the equivalent of a full-time teaching load in the World Languages department; utilize best practices in teaching within this academic discipline;
- Prepare lessons and develop curriculum; teach, lead, and guide students;
- Utilize technology and other educational tools to support student learning; and
- Be prepared to teach both online and in person.
Collaboration & Community Engagement
- Support the Student Life program including serving as a student advisor, club advisor, chaperoning school events, weekend duties, and/or participating in other opportunities for community involvement that arise throughout the school year;
- Work collaboratively with colleagues across all departments to foster a positive working and educational environment that supports the school’s mission, vision, and core values;
- Attend and/or engage in student arts productions, shows, exhibitions, and performances;
- Attend and participate in all department meetings, assembly, Professional Development days, training and orientation programs, benefit meetings, mandatory seminars, team-building exercises, and safety training; and
- Pursue professional development opportunities in and out of school; display willingness and ability to grow, learn, explore new approaches, and practice self-reflection
Skills And Qualifications
- 4+ years of experience in French instruction in a high school setting or equivalent experience recommended;
- Native or near-native fluency in French and fluency in English required;
- Native or near-native fluency in Spanish a plus;
- Bachelor’s degree in French/Francophone Literature or equivalent experience preferred; Master’s degree recommended;
- Ability to skillfully develop and implement multi-level curriculum;
- Wide repertoire of teaching skills including developing in-person and online curriculum;
- Comfort with technology and willingness to adopt new technologies as needed;
- Innovative teaching practices and a focus on skills-centered learning;
- Strong collaboration and team-oriented working and leadership skills;
- Commitment to working in and fostering an inclusive community;
- Share an educational and artistic vision that aligns with the core principles of Walnut Hill;
- Ability to balance a pursuit of academic, artistic, and institutional excellence with compassion and nurture for each individual; and
- Positive attitude, passion for teaching and learning, and a sense of humor!
Walnut Hill School for the Arts, located in Natick, Massachusetts and 20 minutes from Boston, is an independent boarding and day high school offering a transformational educational experience designed for student artists in grades 9–post graduate. Walnut Hill combines a comprehensive college-preparatory academic curriculum with intensive, pre-professional artistic training in theatre, dance, music, visual art, and writing, film & media arts. Walnut Hill is committed to creating and enhancing an inclusive environment, and welcoming and celebrating a wide range of cultural, artistic, and educational backgrounds that compliments and supports our diverse community.
Commitment to the school’s Core Values, of Community, Growth, Excellence, Creativity, and Respect are imperative to the success of all Walnut Hill faculty, staff, and administration members. All Walnut Hill faculty/staff are active and engaged members of the school community who are committed to collaborating and growing in their field, participating in school events, supporting students in their arts, supporting other faculty/staff members, and who have the ability to self-reflect on their own practice.
To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter through the Walnut Hill School for the Arts online Career Center.
Note: All offers of employment are contingent upon enrollment and the successful completion of state and federal background checks. Walnut Hill does not provide visa sponsorship.
French opening in Wenham, MASSACHUSETTS. The Academy at Penguin Hall seeks a full-time modern language teacher (French) beginning in the 2021-2022 school year. The ideal candidate will have experience creating curriculum to make language come alive in a classroom rich with differentiated instruction and immersion. Strong preference will be given to applicants with an advanced, subject-area degree and additional experience in teaching other languages, Latin preferred.Applicants must possess prior independent school teaching experience, an exceptional work ethic, strong communication skills, and a commitment to building positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues. Outside of the classroom full time faculty at The Academy serve as advisors, club facilitators, and/or coaches.About Us:The Academy at Penguin Hall is the only all girls, independent, college preparatory high school North of Boston. Everything at The Academy at Penguin Hall is by design, not by default. Here, “I don’t know” is the catalyst that fuels our learning and growth. We believe in challenging the status quo of traditional education by encouraging freedom within a framework of meaningful rigor. By cultivating an environment which fosters and inspires continual improvement, we challenge young women with a unique opportunity to demand more from their education. At The Academy at Penguin Hall we are devoted to our mission of educating, enlightening and empowering young women to live and to lead exemplary lives. Full-time, in person, Teach grades 9–12, French levels 1–6. The Academy at Penguin Hall, Wenham, MA (website: penguinhall.org). Start date August 2021. Contact Jan Healy, Dean of Academics, firstname.lastname@example.org. Posted 3 /25/21.
French opening in Medford, MASSACHUSETTS. Part time lecturer, French, Tufts University. Posted 3.3.21.
French opening in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS. French Cultural Center, Boston is hiring. Posted 3.3.21.
French opening in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS. International School of Boston, Lycee International de Boston (Cambridge, Etats-Unis) Directeur/trice du Primaire. Posted 3.3.21.
French openings in Belmont, MASSACHUSETTS. A variety of roles (Director, Lead counselor, Counselor, or Assistant) at Les Petits Amis, Inc. a French immersion program. Posted 3.3.21. https://www.linkedin.com/posts/lespetitsamis_hiring-activity-6763871465298296832-LzD0/
French opening in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS. Lecturer, French, Boston University, Department of Romance Studies. Posted 3.3.21.
French opening for 2021-22 in Lynn, Massachusetts. Seeking a High School teacher as the second French teacher in a small WL department. Likely teaching a mixture of levels 1-3 (teacher would plan for no more than 2 different levels). Full-time position starting the 21-22 school year. Small charter school environment, dedicated to anti-racist practices (www.kippma.org). Teaching certificate not required, but must be MTEL compliant. Consider joining our small and powerful team in Lynn, Massachusetts! Posted 2.22.21.
French opening in Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS. Full time French teacher in the Lower School of the Buckingham Browne & Nichols School for 2021-22 school year. Posted 2.20.21.
French opening in Shrewsbury, MASSACHUSETTS. Saint John’s High School, Shrewsbury, MA Part-Time Middle School French Start: Fall 2021. Posted 1.15.21.
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