Located on 147 acres in west Fort Worth, All Saints’ Episcopal School is a co-educational Age 3 - Grade 12 college-preparatory day school serving approximately 1,100 students who benefit from small class sizes, an outstanding athletic program and an award-winning arts program. Read about what makes our Episcopal learning environment so dynamic by visiting www.aseschool.org.
The Middle School history curriculum focuses on the study of Western Civilization from the ancient world to 1600. The curriculum is supported by the Great Lives series of biographies which was written and is self-published by All Saints’ Episcopal School. Seventh grade Ancient History covers basic geography in addition to the survey of the period from 10,000 B.C. to 8 A.D. which includes Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Near Eastern, Greek and Roman civilizations. The traditional chronological history is enhanced by the additional examination of the geography, literature, and art history of the areas studied.
The foundations of the class utilize the understanding of primary documents, exploring historical evidence, organize and communicate historical information, and analyze and interpret maps and visual organizers. The ideal candidate has working knowledge of authentic or skill-based assessment practices, is committed to professional development and cultural competency, and strives to make real-world connections to historical content.
Plan and deliver lessons focused on Ancient history, utilizing creative and engaging teaching techniques
Support student knowledge through a deep conceptual understanding of important historical events, inventions, and creating a connection from the past to the present
Provide opportunities for students to demonstrate understanding through the use of project-based learning and varied assessment practices
Assess individual student strengths, weaknesses and opportunities, address concerns as needed
Communicate effectively with students and parents course content and classroom expectations
Bachelor's degree in History (Master's degree preferred in either History or Middle Education with a History focus)
3 to 5 years of teaching experience
A deep understanding of Ancient History to support a rigorous middle school history program
Passionate about working with middle school students
Committed to creating a student-centered, engaging classroom experience
Willing to use and experiment with technology through the use of 1:1 student devices
This position has an August 1st start date and will report to the Middle School Division Head and History Department chair.
Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to:
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About All Saints' Episcopal School
All Saints’ Episcopal School is a leading college preparatory day school in Fort Worth, Texas. Grounded in the Episcopal school tradition, All Saints’ offers programming of national distinction in the academic, fine art, athletic and spiritual disciplines, which brings to life our philosophy of promoting each student’s individual genius within.