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Job Title: Math Teacher (Yew Wah) (YWIES-YT-2021-SEC003)
Posted Date: 05/11/2019 Expiration Date: -
Location: YWIES - Yantai (YT-Lower Secondary) # of Openings: 1
Effective From: Immediate
Job Description: Overall Description:
To fulfill the responsibilities assigned by the Administrative team headed by the School’s Co-Principals, Regional Director and Executive Board

Major Responsibilities:
1. Planning, Teaching, Assessment and Reporting
1.1 Develop and implement lesson planning and curriculum documentation according to school policy.
1.2 File up-to-date copies of required curriculum documentation and planning, attendance and grade records as required on a regular basis
1.3 Plan and use a variety of teaching strategies to support the engagement and progress of all learners
1.4 Be aware of EAL and individual learning needs and provide learning opportunities for diverse learners
1.5 Respect the values, gender and cultural differences of students and create a classroom culture that develops student intellectual capacity, emotional and personal development
1.6 Develop teacher grade books including home assignments, and set and correct students’ homework in an organised, professional manner ensuring that accurate records of each student are kept
1.7 Update records on the schools’ data management system as required and in a timely manner
1.8 Develop school mid/end-term examinations following the school curriculum and policies
1.9 Conduct tests or exams, marking them and reporting on them in a timely and professional manner
1.10 Assess and address students’ individualised needs; keep regular updates e.g. Progress records/progress reports for students during the semester; complete report cards when necessary.
1.11 Develop special resources and strategies to meet individual /differentiated student needs.
1.12 Organise and prepare learning materials and teaching aids of a professional teaching standard
1.13 Prepare thoroughly for, attend and participate fully in all relevant Parent Teacher Conferences, Parent Nights, Introductory and Marketing Meetings, Subject Selection Presentations etc.
1.14 Register students for every lesson during the lesson and follow up on student absence accordingly
1.15 Contribute to the University admissions process as requested by UGO

2. Others
2.1 Supervise students when they are involved in school activities or trips within and outside school premises including residential trips as required
2.2 Perform invigilation and lesson cover duties in a professional manner as requested
2.3 Perform classroom, hallway or playground supervision duties in a timely and professional manner
2.4 Attend all relevant staff meetings and participate in school committees and activities
2.5 Participate in school extracurricular activities, after school tutoring and out-reach programmes
2.6 Manage, coordinate and develop beyond class activities based on the school curriculum and School philosophy and aims.
2.7 Attend and be involved in the School’s Character Development and Moral Education programmes and attend all assemblies
2.8 Play a full part in the life of the school’s House System
2.9 Participate fully in School Professional Development programmes including personal ICT skills development
2.10 Compile, supplement and assist in ordering resources when necessary.
2.11 Be familiar with the School’s curriculum and educational philosophy, liaising with relevant colleagues and across sections as appropriate
2.12 Keep abreast of current educational theories and practice and seek opportunities to share best practice and to be involved in the Foundation’s learning communities and communities of practice
2.13 Ensure that school equipment is maintained in safe working order and report needs to maintenance or administration as necessary
2.14 Work according to the published School calendar and school leave policies including working Saturdays as relevant. Perform any other reasonable duties as requested by School Administration

3. Form Tutor responsibilities
3.1 General duties
3.1.1 Get to know each student in the Tutor Group, liaising with previous teachers/sections and PLO
3.1.2 Be available, approachable and caring about students’ whole-person development
3.1.3 Implement the School’s Character Development programme and develop students’ positive character qualities
3.1.4 Supplement the school’s pastoral program with a Tutor Room ethos, expectations and buddy system aligned with the Charter for Success.
3.1.5 Monitor behaviour, advise and encourage observance of school policies and regulations
3.1.6 Develop a sense of community in the Tutor Group and Grade Level
3.1.7 Be knowledgeable of the School’s curricular and extracurricular programs and advise students as relevant promoting additional activities and trips
3.1.8 Assist the School Office or other school divisions in disseminating school newsletters, notices, surveys, parent letters etc. and collecting returns
3.1.9 Assist the Parent Liaison Office in working with parents to build a positive and supportive school environment
3.1.10 Work with the school administration to deal with students’ academic, emotional or behavioural issues and with university preparation as required

3.2 Special duties
3.2.1 Records
3.2.1.1 Keep accurate records of student school attendance
3.2.1.2 Take notice of each student’s personal and social skill development and behavioural performance
3.2.1.3 Complete the Tutor Group section in the Progress Report Card in a timely and professional manner with regard to student attendance, behaviour and social skills, school activities etc.
3.2.1.4 Work with the School Office or administration to ensure the accuracy and filing of all records into the appropriate data management systems

3.2.2 Report
3.2.2.1 Report to the relevant Head of Student Life and the School Office any student who is absent for more than two days
3.2.2.2 Report to the Head of Student Life and the School Office any student with a pattern of late arrival or poor attendance
3.2.2.3 Report to the Head of Student Life any student with personal, emotional or behavioural issues
3.2.2.4 Report to the relevant Head of Department or Head of Academics any academic or effort issues

3.2.3 Communicate
3.2.3.1 Bring to notice Bulletin or event preparation matters during each Tutor Group period
3.2.3.2 Advise students on organisation of work/time management, study methods/strategies and whole-person development
3.2.3.3 Mentor students on social skill development, team spirit and how to deal with life situations
3.2.3.4 Collaborate with your Co-Tutor and Co-Teachers regarding Tutor Group and Grade level concerns
3.2.3.5 Provide feedback to the administration on student issues as relevant or requested
3.2.3.6 Initiate dialogue with parents, counsellors or other relevant teachers when any concerns arise
3.2.3.7 Communicate with the School Office with regard to student leave or absence
3.2.3.8 Work with other teachers and communicate to parents regarding student academic and behavioural performance on a weekly basis through Yew Wah Home School Contact, PowerParent and/or through the Parent Liaison Office

3.2.4 Develop community
3.2.4.1 Plan team-building activities, assist in all grade level, department, division or School events
3.2.4.2 Cooperate with the School Office, Student Council or other school divisions on events, elections, and plans
3.2.4.3 Celebrate successes and special occasions in the Tutor Group
3.2.5 Support and care
3.2.5.1 Set a tone of respect, kindness and openness with all students
3.2.5.2 Be available, with set times for individual discussion with students
3.2.5.3 Discuss issues of interest, concern or importance with the members of the Tutor Group

3.2.6 Monitor
3.2.6.1 Check attendance, and encourage respect within the Tutor Group, at assemblies and school events including emergency procedures
3.2.6.2 Monitor language, dress and behaviour code and observance of School or class regulations

3.2.7 Character development
3.2.7.1 Plan and facilitate lessons related to the Character Development and Moral Education programmes
3.2.7.2 Discuss and centralise the Character Trait of the month as stated in the school calendar
3.2.7.3 Work with other teachers to organise Character Development activities and assemblies
3.2.7.4 Encourage and mentor whole-person development

3.2.8 Meetings
3.2.8.1 Participate in Pastoral and Grade Level teacher meetings as required
3.2.8.2 Participate in grade-level or administration meetings discussing students’ academic progress, emotional or behaviour issues as required
Job Requirements: Requirements and Qualifications:
• Minimum BA degree in education or relevant subject area
• Formal school teaching certification
• A minimum of 2 years’ relevant teaching experience, ideally with some international experience
• Commitment to the holistic education of young people
• Care, patience, perseverance and positivity
• Relevant knowledge and understanding of subject/curriculum area and related pedagogy
• Appropriate personal literacy
• Familiarity with computer programs including Microsoft Office and data management systems
• Good people skills and the ability to work as part of a number of teams
• Good communication skills
• Familiarity with the UK National Curriculum and/ or IGCSE and A level programs is desirable
• The ability to teach more than one Primary Grade level or Secondary subject area is desirable
• Experience of working with EAL learners is desirable
• The ability to offer specific extra-curricular skills and willingness to go on internal and overseas trips as requested is desirable
School Introduction
Yew Wah International Education School of Yantai (YWIES-YT)
烟台耀华国际教育学校(烟台耀华国际教育学校)
HR Contact Person: Celia CHEN
Contact E-Mail: ritawang@ywies.com
Website URL: http://www.ywies-yt.com/en
Phone: (86) 535 638 3412
Address: 9 Tianshan Road, Yantai Economic and Technological Development Zone, Shangdong
山东省烟台市经济技术开发区天山路 9 号
Description: Yew Wah International Education Schools (YWIES) are built upon the many decades of experience of Yew Chung International School in offering quality international education in Hong Kong and mainland China. Founded in 1932, Yew Chung for the past 80 plus years has committed to nurturing students’ ability to face the global issues and challenges of the 21st century. Worldwide recognition has been accorded to the unique curriculum that Yew Chung and Yew Wah have taken much time and effort to establish. Dr Betty Chan Po-king and Professor Paul Yip Kwok-wah have founded the Yew Wah series of schools with a passion to bring international education to mainland Chinese students. Yew Wah International Education Centre was first set up in Shanghai in 1998, and the first YWIES was founded in Yantai in 2000, and Yew Wah continues to extend its education services by starting up Yew Wah International Education Kindergartens and Yew Wah Infant and Toddler Education Centres in Chongqing, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Beijing and Rizhao. In 2012, Yew Wah initiated the “BP International Education Park” project in Yizhuang, Beijing where YWIES Beijing is planned to open so on.

YWIES Guangzhou in Huadu and YWIES Shanghai Lingang in Pudong opened in September 2014 and 2015 respectively. The new YWIES campus in Tongxiang is planned to open in 2017.

耀华国际教育学校建基于耀中国际学校多年在香港及内地城市推行优质国际教育的经验之上,成立于1932年的耀中在过去逾80年间致力培育学生掌握面对国际议题及21世纪挑战所需的技能,耀中及耀华所建设的独特课程体系得到了世界的广泛认同。香港耀华国际教育机构行政总裁及校监陈保琼博士及主席叶国华教授,结合开办国际学校并提供全方位教育服务的经验,创办了以招收中国学生为主,兼收外籍学生的耀华国际教育系列;1998年于上海成立耀华国际教育中心,2000年在烟台开办第一所耀华国际教育学校,提供从幼儿教育至高中及大学预科国际课程。2001年,成立上海长宁区耀华专修学校。随后在重庆、深圳、上海、北京、日照及青岛开设耀华国际教育幼儿园及耀华婴幼儿教育中心。2012年耀华在北京亦庄启动了保华国际教育园项目,而落户在此的北京耀华国际教育学校亦于2017年启用。

耀华国际教育学校广州校区及上海浦东新区民办沪港学校(耀华国际教育学校上海临港校区)已分别于2014年及2015年的9月正式开学。位于浙江桐乡的耀华国际教育学校计划于2017年9月开办。
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