About Hill Learning Center:
Founded in 1977, Hill Learning Center is a hub for equitable and differentiated, research-based practices for supporting students with learning differences and attention challenges. Through a range of K-12 student and educator programs, and strategic partnerships with leaders in the field, Hill aspires to ensure students with learning and attention challenges receive the instruction and support they need, regardless of where they attend school or whether they have a formal diagnosis.
Hill Learning Center is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools. Hill Learning Center is also approved by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction as an "alternative" school for children with learning disabilities, and Hill’s Professional Development Training Program is accredited by the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council.
Hill grounds our work in our Core Values and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
We Learn We are lifelong learners. We approach all that we do with a growth mindset and a commitment to continuous learning and improvement. We learn from our students, our colleagues, other educators, and our partners. We seek out and embrace new ideas while remaining true to strategies we know work.
We Empower We empower students to take charge of their own learning and lives. We empower teachers to use their knowledge, skills and creativity to lead students to success. We empower staff to discover new and better ways of doing things.
We Reach We strive to reach an ever-increasing number of students, teachers, and schools to support their growth and success. We partner to extend our reach, expand our expertise, and learn from others. We challenge and support students, teachers, our partners, and our colleagues to reach their full potential.
We Relate We develop personal relationships with students, parents, teachers, colleagues, and partners. We empathize. We listen. We communicate. We collaborate. We connect. We relate.
We Care We care about students and their families. We care about teachers. We care about each other. We care about making a difference in students' lives, in schools and school districts, and in our community.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Statement
Hill believes every student needs success.
We honor and value each individual.
We celebrate differences and diversity.
We are stronger when we are inclusive.
We strive for equity in all we do.
Summer Program Math Faculty
Reports to: Head of School/Summer Director
Accepting Applications until March 29, 2019
Summer faculty is responsible for teaching three classes in a 4:1 student to teacher ratio. Faculty is required to attend a week of training and to deliver instruction for five weeks. All teachers are expected to assess student levels during the beginning of the program and progress monitor skills throughout the program. Formal reporting and conferences with the parents are essential to providing feedback of student progress.
Essential Job Functions:
Teach groups of not more than four students following the individual objectives, methods, and techniques designated; Write progress reports; Participate in in-service training programs; Attend faculty meetings as scheduled; Assess student progress through written comments on progress reports; Participate in and/or chair parent conferences; Attend and/or participate in parent meetings as scheduled; Participate in teacher evaluations with supervisors; Supervise students outside of class as scheduled.
A teaching license is required. Candidates must possess the following attributes: passionate about teaching, compassionate, highly organization, flexible, teacher-leader. Preference will be given to candidates with: 1) a Master's degree in learning disabilities, 2) certification in learning disabilities, and/or 3) certification in mathematics. Experience/training with Hill programs is ideal.
The 6-week, half-day summer commitment is from June 17, 2019 and ends on July 26, 2019.