Brooklyn Public Library's Enhanced Young Adult Learning Program (EYALP), designed especially for 17 to 24 years of age, who would like to complete high school equivalency and move ahead into higher ed, job training and the workplace of their dreams. The mission of EYALP is to partner with young adults to cultivate literacy and numeracy foundations, move towards high school equivalency, and contextualize learning in growth industries – ranging from healthcare to hospitality and computer technology – to propel EYALP achievers towards satisfying and successful careers.
EYALP is seeking dedicated and skilled Math instructors to prepare participants to improve their overall numeracy skills and critical thinking skills. The instructor will help improve students’ analytical skills based on the TABE assessment and prepare them to successfully use those skills on the GED exam. In addition, the instructor will also work to ensure students are equipped to use math in the workforce and to improve their financial literacy. These courses are designed to be flexible to address the needs and expectations of the diverse community and participants we serve. The Math instructor should have the ability to develop lessons using extensive problem solving and analytics within the content areas of mathematics, science, and technology. The instructor should also be able to integrate culturally responsive and trauma-informed instruction using different modalities with interactive small group learning activities, videos, and some non- traditional classroom curriculum. We are seeking someone who is passionate about making a difference in the community by supporting young adults to their fullest potential.
This is a part-time position, up to 15 hours per week, with a pay rate of $40 per hour.
To review the full job description & to apply, click on this link: https://careers-bklynlibrary.icims.com/jobs/2821/part-time-math-instructor/job