At Humanities III, teachers benefit from a robust community of educators who collaborate and share best practices, lesson plans, and strategies for improved student learning. Teachers exchange curricular resources, share innovative tools and learning from one another through weekly co-planning meetings, department meetings, inter visitations and network level professional development workshops.
New Visions coaches and instructional specialist partner with teachers and school staff to design and implement Common Core-aligned curricula. Teachers have access to customizable, high quality, curated resources, including formative assessments, instructional tools, and differentiated materials to help them cater to the needs of each student. New Visions offers free, open-source curriculum by and for teachers. Visit our Curriculum and Instruction website for more details.
We believe that all young people, regardless of economic status, can learn and succeed. Our students come from high-need neighborhoods throughout Brooklyn.
We recognize that the number one factor impacting student achievement is teacher quality. We aim to recruit the best teachers, provide them with outstanding job-embedded professional development, and create opportunities that will inspire and support them in their careers. As a teacher at Humanities III, you will receive consistent high-impact coaching and feedback from a school leader in order to continually improve your craft.
For more information on available positions, please visit our careers page.