Website Binghampton Christian Academy
A Substitute Teacher may be called upon to be available on demand/short notice to supervise students in the event that their regular teacher is unable to lead class. Their duties include managing classroom behavior, quickly interpreting lesson plans and creating clear communication to inform the students’ permanent teacher of their success.
In order to create a Christ-like, encouraging learning environment for students while their regular Teacher is absent, the Substitute Teacher will need to effectively manage and instruct the class from roll call- to tidying up the classroom after the students have left. Some of the Substitute Teacher’s duties and responsibilities include:
- Follow lesson plans provided by the regular Teacher to create a cohesive and consistent learning experience for students
- Manage the classroom effectively to encourage student participation, minimize distractions and maintain a positive learning environment
- Adapt teaching methods to fit the needs of each individual student
- Supervise students in and out of the classroom, including in the halls, on the playground and in the cafeteria
- Provide in-class assignments based on the available lesson plan
- For long-term substitutes: develop lesson plans and assignments consistent with the regular teacher’s past lesson plans
Starting at $90 Daily
Submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your interest in the position. Eligible applicants must be 21 years or older and must have a clear background check upon employment. Prior experience or background working with children and youth a plus. BCA is an equal opportunity employer.
Why Work as a Substitute Teacher at BCA?
At BCA, we provide a nurturing family-like environment where students can thrive both academically and spiritually. We pray together daily. We engage students in academic challenges, such as Bible Bowls, Living Museums, Project-Based Learning, Accelerated Reader, and more! We provide a Christian setting in Binghampton with a Day School and Residential Program, where some of our students can live on campus, in order to be given the opportunity for a more successful educational experience.