Seacoast Waldorf School is seeking a part-time Woodworking Teacher for the remainder of the 2016-2017 school year. This position will involve teaching four instructional periods (to be scheduled late morning and/or afternoon, one or more days a week) and includes two hours of paid prep time per week. This position is paid hourly with compensation based on years of experience, degree, and/or relevant Waldorf Education training.

The Waldorf woodworking curriculum includes tree identification and understanding of wood uses, the study of concave and convex shapes, the carving of bowls and spoons using hand tools, the creation of more complex projects using joinery techniques, as well as both individual and collective projects that the students design themselves as their skills develop. The Waldorf woodworking teacher helps our students to develop the skillful use of hand tools such as saws, rasps, gouges and mallets. This position requires an overall knowledge of the Waldorf woodworking and practical activities curriculum for 3rd through 8th grade.

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