Design, write and use lesson plans; teach Physics to high school students through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations; implement appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials and equipment to ensure comprehension of learning styles and student needs; establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate these objectives to students; prepare students for science/physics related competitions and standardized tests; coordinate school science fairs and/or extracurricular activities as assigned; employ technology practices to strengthen the instructional process; help students assess and enhance their study methods and habits; do formal and informal testing to evaluate student success; prepare classroom to enhance learning and to aid in physical, social and emotional development of students; provide input on book, equipment and material selection; establish communication rapport with parents, students, principals and teachers through meetings and conferences; gather, manage, and maintain all reports, records and other documents required; be active in faculty and professional meetings, educational conferences and assist in staff committees as necessary.


Bachelor’s degree in Physics Edu, Physics, or Physics Engineering plus 24 months full-time experience in the offered job at high school environment including writing lesson plans and coordinating extracurricular activities; Ohio State teaching license in Physics required; M-F, 40 hrs/wk; Send resume (by mail only) to Ugur Zengince, Horizon Educational Services of Columbus, Inc., 1070 Morse Road, Columbus, OH 43229




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