High Tech High is hiring a

Multimedia/Digital Art

San Diego, United States

Position:   Multimedia/Digital Art Teacher

Multimedia teachers introduce students to the skills and abilities of graphic design, animation, web tools, and various software programs.


Qualifications (Required):
• Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree
• Basic Skills (CBEST; SAT of 550+ Math/500+ English; or ACT 23+ score report)
• California or Out-of-State/Country Credential -- Applicants, without credentials, who demonstrate outstanding achievement and knowledge in their field are strongly encouraged to apply.  If hired, applicants who do not possess applicable teaching credentials, will enroll in the HTH District Intern Program which is a 2 year teacher preparation program authorized by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) in order to work toward satisfaction of applicable credentialing requirements.   
• DOJ Fingerprint Clearance
• TB Clearance

Qualifications (Preferred):
• Advanced degree in your field, preferred
• 1+ year working with students as a teacher, teacher intern, or academic coach, preferred
• English Learner Authorization, or CLAD, preferred

The HTH Teacher:
• Encourages a culture of mutual respect and equitable practice
• Exhibits knowledge of student cognitive development and various learning styles
• Implements the four HTH Design Principles (equity, personalization, authentic work and collaboratve design)
• Communicates effectively with students and families about classroom activities and student progress
• Demonstrates content knowledge, including the California Common Core Standards
• Sets high academic achievement expectations
• Identifies and supports students’ social, emotional, and behavior learning needs
• Implements Project-Based Learning techniques and strategies
• Facilitates and designs effective group work
• Provides timely feedback and collaborates with faculty to offer specialized support  
• Fosters student growth through semi-annual Student-Led Conferences (SLC) and Presentations of Learning (POL)
• Showcases student work within the community
• Scaffolds instructional activities that facilitate engaging and appropriate learning opportunities
• Differentiates instruction based on feedback, needs, and learning levels
• Provides opportunities for student engagement through “Voice and Choice”
• Creates relevant and authentic learning experiences
• Implements backward design to align all lessons, activities, and assessments
• Designs formal and informal assessments that measure student progress