1.Design teaching materials to sustain students’ interest in the subject.
2.Prepare weekly lesson plans on time.
3.Interact with students, parents and faculty.
4.Design appropriate teaching plans and schedules.
5.Design coherent instruction methodology.
6.Implement initiatives and teaching methodologies.
7. Track and report performance data to determine where changes need to be made and which strategies and methods are working.
8. Attend weekly staff meetings to address unique situations or problems with individual students so you can adapt your lesson plans to meet their needs.
10. Develop stable, solid relationships with students with appropriate boundaries so they know you are available to help them when they need it.
11. Promote parent/teacher/student associations and encourage students and their guardians to get involved in the community and in the school.
12. Attend special events held by the school and engage with students and their parents in an appropriate, friendly way.
Job Qualifications and requirement
(a) Bachelor’s degree in English teaching
State certification and licensing to be a qualified English teacher
Ability to meet the physical demands of the job, including sitting and standing for long periods of time
Master’s degree in education
Previous experience teaching English
(b) Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in education or related field
Expertise in the field of mathematics
Experience teaching in a classroom environment
Ability to communicate effectively with all staff and colleagues
Flexibility and high adaptation skills to work successfully in an unpredictable school setting
Organization and communication skills