The Homeroom Lead teacher is responsible for the planning of a learner centered learning program meeting the objectives of the school English Immersion curricula. The teacher will deliver the learning program with the aid of one or two English-speaking teaching assistants and(or) daily life teachers.
1. Content Planning and delivery
· Plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities, field trips that facilitate child centered, inquiry based, active learning experiences.
· Develop schemes of work and lesson plans based on and led by the observed needs and interests of the learners.
· Use relevant and varied materials, resources, books and technology to enable exploration and learning.
· Instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials and equipment.
· Keep updated on developments in subject area, teaching resources and methods.
2. Student Well-being
· Create a classroom environment that is safe and stimulating.
· Plan the day and week’s learning plan, with a variety of indoor and outdoor activities.
· Educate learners in age appropriate behaviors in health and safety.
· Assist children during meal times, bed times and, transition times and recess.
· Observe and monitor learner’s emotional and social well-being and development.
3. Classroom Management
· Develop and use appropriate procedures for classroom management, positive guidance and conflict resolution.
· Ensure that appearance, cleanliness and safe environment of classroom are appropriately maintained.
· Ensure that all classroom equipment is in good working condition and used and maintained properly.
4. Record Keeping
· Keep, maintain, complete and accurate records as required by school policy.
· Keep updated and secure any personal records or documents with respect to the visa process.
5. Observing for Learning (Assessment, Evaluation)
· Document the learner’s progress throughout the year by observing, collecting, assessing and collating student's work.
· Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding learner progress and learner needs.
6. Leading Teaching Assistants and daily life teachers
· Empower the assisting teachers to enforce rules and affirm appropriate behavior， and apply logical consequences for inappropriate behavior.
· Coach and mentor teaching assistants and daily life teachers.
7. Parent Communication
· Complete regular written parent communications, such as newsletters and other communications as required by the school policy.
· Foster a relationship with the learner and their parents.
· Keep daily instant active communication with parents in the morning and afternoon.
· Report daily in the parent WeChat group of what we learned today, new words, etc.
· Follow appropriate school procedures with respect to conflict management.
8. School Culture
· Participate in department and school meetings, parent meetings
· Help organize and participate in extracurricular activities such as social activities, sporting activities, clubs and teacher, student or parent organizations.
· Help mentor and support new teachers.
· Help maintain a pleasant work and learning environment
1. Bachelor's degree (Preferably in Early Childhood)
2. Speaks English at an idiomatic level
3. Critical, creative thinking, imaginative and resourceful
4. Self-motivated and inspired with a passion for holistic education
5. Professional, well-spoken and well-presented
6. Persuasive and Problem solver
7. Start: ASAP
1. Minimum 20K-25k RMB/month after tax, negotiable depends on the qualification
2. 4000 RMB Housing allowance/month or free apartment
3. Health Insurance and Visa are provided
4. 1500 RMB Meal allowance/month
5. 1500 RMB transport allowance/month
6. 3000 RMB airfare allowance/month, airport-pickup
7. Chinese public holidays, paid holidays, 2-week summer & winter vacations and sick leave
Training Organization / Language School, Public & Private School, Early Chilhood / Kindergarten
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Visa Support Yes
Only Candidates from this countries can apply:
Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, United States, South Africa
Date Posted: 2019-12-04
Date Modified: 2019-12-04