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Artios Academies of Greenville has two remaining part-time teaching positions available for the 2020-21 school year. All of our classes are taught from a Biblical worldview and many are integrated with a specific historical time-period challenging our students to contrast and compare Biblical truth with the philosophies and culture of the studied time-period at an age-appropriate level. We will be examining the Medieval/Renaissance time period for the 2020-21 school year.

At Artios we approach each student as a unique individual and teach to the heart of the student with a whole-child approach. Teachers should have experience in conducting classes in an interactive, hands-on approach that actively involves the students in  activities, exercises, discussions, and project-based learning. They should be experienced teaching successfully to different learning styles. They should also have a good Biblical foundation from which they can naturally integrate Biblical worldview into the subject matter. Teachers should have a deep love and knowledge of the subject and skills being taught and the desire and ability to teach those skills in an age-appropriate format. In addition, teachers should have good classroom management skills, good communication skills to interact effectively with both students and parents, and have the ability to adapt to our online LMS system for training, communication, grading, and assignment purposes.


2020-21 Job Opening Descriptions

Preparatory (Academic) teachers needed (Wednesday)

Biology (Wednesday 9:30-11:00)

Grades: 7th-12th

Biology is one of the most exciting topics of study. In this class students will get to see the detail and magnitude of God's creation. From the microscopic to the macroscopic, all of creation sings His name. Some specific topics covered in this class include: the study of life (including DNA), each kingdom in biological classification, the cell, cellular reproduction, Mendelian Genetics, and ecology. Dissection will also be an important part of this class.

Students will keep a lab notebook.

Textbook: Apologia Exploring Creation with Biology 2nd ed. Textbook and Solutions and Test Booklet

HS Literature (Wednesdays 2:30-3:50)

Grades: 9th-12th

Course Description: Integrating beautifully with the studying the Medieval-Renaissance time period, this course leads students to enjoy reading stories and historical literature.Students learn literary analysis through studying common elements (context, structure, and style) and literary elements (conflict, plot, setting, characters, and theme) as they read and discuss the selected literature for the time period (or influenced by that period). Vocabulary: Development of an extensive vocabulary is important. The required literary works at times contain resplendent word usage for our study and future use. We will revel in the wonderful language that is presented in our literary choices. In addition to reading and discussing, students may be asked to participate in class projects, presentations, and essay writing.