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Avy Gonzalez

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[ncsm-members] Job Openings for Algebra Teacher Coaches
Posted: Aug 1, 2012 7:27 PM
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Hello Everyone,

I hope you are all having a great summer.

I wanted to share that currently has some online, work-at-home
opportunities for Algebra Teacher Coaches available. I mentioned this
position some time last year as we were piloting MyLivePD, a
professional development project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates
Foundation for teachers to seek assistance from coaches online. The
pilot went really well and we are continuing to grow the service.

We are looking for at least 5 online math professional development
coaches for middle to high school level math teachers. Coaches will work
one to one with teachers online to support them with content, pedagogy,
resources, and classroom management issues. Coaches will work
approximately 10 hours per week Sunday through Thursday. Coaches must be
trained or highly familiar with the Common Core State Standards for
Mathematics. Preference will be given to applicants who can be
available some hours between 2pm and 7pm Eastern, Sunday through

For more information, please visit

To apply online, please visit

Thank you,

Avy Gonzalez


Avy M. Gonzalez | Director, Recruitment and On-boarding | 9 East 40th Street | New York, NY 10016
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