Hopi Junior/Senior High School is accepting applications for Senior High School Teacher candidates for the 2020-2021 school year who are innovative, enthusiastic and looking for the opportunity to prepare students for a successful future. Hopi Junior/Senior High School is committed to helping all students develop skills in the areas of personal-social growth, educational planning and career and vocational development.
- Designs and facilitates culturally appropriate instruction for Senior High School students (9th -12th grades) consistent with the Vision, Philosophy, and Student Outcomes established by the Hopi Junior Senior High School Governing Board.
- Instructs students and prepares academic lessons to use in class that effectively cover the material through lectures, discussions, visual aids, and other effective teaching methods for student comprehension and accommodating all student learning styles.
- Plans a program of study that meets the individual needs, interests and abilities of students. Focus lesson design requiring active student engagement (cooperative learning/small group/independent).
- Provides opportunities for students to “showcase” their learning (i.e. theatre production, music shows, oratory presentations, speech contests, creative writing, collaborative learning projects, project-based learning exhibits).
- Administers various types of ‘authentic’ assessments and evaluates students’ academic and social growth, keeps ongoing appropriate records, and prepares quarterly progress reports.
- Maintains a safe and supportive learning environment for students upholding high standards of classroom behavior fostering the academic, social, emotional, cultural and creative development of the whole student.
- Regularly attends faculty meetings and professional development sessions.
- Previous successful experience in serving as a Senior High School Teacher with a Grant or other Tribally Controlled School, or other BIE funded school.
- Experience that demonstrates knowledge of and skills in effective learning styles and strategies, performance-based assessment, effective instructional methods, communications, learning methods (cooperative learning; experimental learning; active learning; other), and school climate development.
Within the scope of Indian preference, all candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin or other non-merit factors.