Bricolage Academy

Bricolage exists for two reasons: to advance educational equity and create innovators. Our school is designed to meet the needs of a socio-economically diverse student population; preparing them to fulfill their unique greatness in our ever-changing world.

We are looking for educators who create the kind of classrooms that nobody ever wants to leave – where it’s fun to learn and you can almost see the discovery fireworks bouncing off the walls. A Bricolage teacher delivers inquiry-driven student learning without compromising academic accountability and rigor. We’re looking for teachers who approach their work like craftsman.

Sound like you? Check out our available opportunities and get in touch with us.

Bricolage Academy Salary Guide

06/07/2024
Full time
Bricolage Academy
Bricolage Academy is searching for a Special Education Teacher. BRICOLAGE ACADEMY OVERVIEW Instructional Model At Bricolage Academy, the Special Education Teacher is responsible for providing common-core-aligned instruction based on Individualized Education Plans that is culturally relevant and contains SMART measures of success. Special Education teachers support in Wit and Wisdom, EL, and Illustrative Math curriculums. DUTIES Specifically, the Special Education Teacher is responsible for: schedule and hold IEP meetings according to Due Process procedures write SMART IEP goals and objectives that meet the individual needs students with exceptionalities maintain compliant IEP folders including writing progress reports and filing monitor progress of students with weekly/daily data collection student outcomes. We use multiple measures to assess student learning and preparedness and it is the responsibility of the...
05/24/2024
Full time
Bricolage Academy
Bricolage Academy is searching for an Elementary School Innovator's Maker Space Teacher. Bricolage started in 2013 with a Kindergarten class and is now a Pk-8th grade charter school in New Orlea ns. BRICOLAGE ACADEMY OVERVIEW Instructional Model At Bricolage Academy, students have four co-curricular experiences – visual art, music, physical education, and innovation (a combination of design thinking technology, and engineering basics). These classes are designed to introduce students to the basic concepts and principles of different types of art, music, innovation, and physical education so that they can make better informed decisions about which type to specialize in in high school. School Culture Restorative Practices will be used alongside strategies from both Responsive Classroom and the Institute of Social and Emotional Learning to proactively build a physically and emotionally safe, joyful, inclusive, and supportive school culture.= Bricolage...