Is Multi-Classroom Leadership Right for You?

by | March 24, 2016

If you’re interested in:

–Spreading your excellent teaching to many more students

–Leading a team of teaching peers toward the great outcomes you’ve gotten with your students by:

  • collaborating with them
  • co-teaching
  • coaching
  • co-planning
  • giving (and getting) consistent, on-the-job, genuine professional development and support

–Taking responsibility for the learning of all students in the team

–Making significantly higher pay for taking on this leadership and responsibility

…then a Multi-Classroom Leader role is waiting for your application!

Schools across the country have posted their Opportunity Culture® positions, and it’s an advantage to apply now, not later in the spring or summer. See the links on our Jobs page, and find how you can make a difference in many more students’ lives.

And if you know teachers who want to reach more students without leading a team, or work on a multi-classroom leader’s team, share the jobs link with them as well–to find blended-learning roles and other expanded impact and team-teaching positions–all of which offer the strong support and collaboration that make Opportunity Culture® jobs so popular.

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