Crescenta Valley High School is one of a few high schools in Southern California still offering courses in German. If you know someone or if you are a German teacher, please read the post below.
Glendale Unified School District is looking for a German teacher, who can teach two periods of higher-level German at Crescenta Valley High School.
Glendale Unified offers dual immersion programs in seven languages; six magnet schools focused on technology, world languages, and visual and performing arts; innovative opportunities for dual college enrollment; and a wide variety of Career and Technical Education pathways beginning in middle school. “In Glendale Unified schools we are excelling together to prepare our youth with endless pathways for success!” Learn more at http://www.gusd.net.
The position requires the following credentials:
Applicants must hold a valid California Teaching Credential authorizing service in German. English Learner Authorization: Applicants must also hold a valid English Learner Authorization such as a CLAD, ELA1, ELAM, ELAS, ELAE, or similar authorization for designated English Language Development instruction or integrated instruction to English Learners. Glendale Unified is seeking dynamic educators who exhibit: • Effective skills in working with English Learner (EL) students • Strong pedagogical skills • Breadth of experience in educational technology • Instruction with a 21st Century perspective.
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