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  • Teaching & Working at Burke

    Lively | Inclusive | Collaborative
    See Our Current Openings

    Burke is a co-educational day school for grades 6-12
    . We emphasize a progressive, student-centered, constructivist approach to education. Along with expertise in their subject matter and skill in their delivery of lessons, we expect teachers to:

    • Run orderly but energetic classes. 
    • Use innovative, developmentally-appropriate classroom activities and assignments designed to engage many types of students. 
    • Include multicultural perspectives in classroom instruction. 
    • Employ appropriate technology in the classroom, especially iPads.
    • Use our web-based Student Information System to write comments, report cards and post assignments. 
    • Enjoy building curriculum through collaboration with colleagues. 
    • Take pleasure in the company of adolescents. 
    • Be open-minded, patient and maintain a respectful, supportive environment. 

    We are committed to building a diverse, multicultural faculty. Many teachers and staff serve as advisors for six to eight students. We are always looking for teachers who can enrich Burke’s community outside the classroom, especially by coaching.

Current Openings at Burke

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  • Part-Time Visual Arts Teacher - Starting in August 2020

    Edmund Burke School, located in Washington, D.C., seeks a creative, organized and energetic Visual Arts teacher, who loves working with young people, to serve as a member of its faculty beginning in the fall of 2020. This part-time position, which includes benefits, will include high school and middle school classes in ceramics, mixed media, and sculpture. In addition, the position will likely include advising in either the high school or middle school. The ideal candidate would have teaching experience, a degree in the field, and be committed to ongoing professional development.
     
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How to Apply


Unless otherwise noted, applications should be sent to:


Nigel Hinshelwood, Academic Dean
nigel.hinshelwood@burkeschool.org
Edmund Burke School
4101 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington DC 20008

More About Burke


Accredited by the Association of Independent Maryland & DC Schools, & Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

A nonprofit educational institution, Edmund Burke School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, physical or mental disability or handicap, veteran status, marital status or any other classification protected by law.
Co-ed, progressive, college prep school in Washington, DC featuring a challenging curriculum in an inclusive environment for grades 6-12.