Elementary Teacher Jobs in Vermont

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Bellows Free Academy Fairfax - Fairfax, VT
Job ID: 2871560 Application Deadline: Posted until Filled Posted : November 30, 2017 Starting Date: January 15, 2018 Job Description Bellows Free Academy is seeking a long term substitute to teach...
11 days ago
Central Elementary School - Bellows Falls, VT
K-4 public school serving the children of Rockingham, is seeking a skilled and energetic elementary teacher to serve as a long-term substitute for a 3rd grade teacher. The ideal candidate will excel...
14 days ago
Lyndon Town School - Lyndonville, VT
Common Core, PLC collaboration, positive behavior interventions, formative assessments, and Responsive Classroom are a priority. We seek creative, passionate teachers with a sense of humor and genuine love...
30+ days ago

Elementary Teacher Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Mastering Language for the Common Core State Standards: Focus on Mathematics in Elementary Grades

The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics are notable for raising the rigor of student language demands during math instruction. Students are expected to understand complex problems,...


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Skillshare Basics for New Teachers

Skillshare Basics for New Teachers

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Elementary Teacher Related Career Advice Articles

What’s Making or Breaking Your Elementary School Teacher Salary?

Despite working longer-than-average hours (50+ per week), 70% of teachers feel their salaries are unfairly low. The cliché, of course, is that teachers choose their careers “for the kids, not the money,” but the reality is that they need financial security no matter how much they care about their students.